How To Use Evernote: 21 Creative Uses

21 creative uses for #Evernote

Evernote is free desktop download that works like a large reference file. I like to call it my “external brain.” What is great about this application is that you can store documents, photos, and webpages all in the same place. Everything is keyword searchable. What is really cool is that any text that appears in your photos is also keyword searchable inside Evernote. If you are new to Evernote, here is a list of 21 ways how you can use Evernote to get you better organized this year:

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4 Ways to Handle Money God’s Way

4 Ways to Handle Money God's Way

Ever feel like your life is stuck in fast-forward? From the moment our feet hit the floor in the morning, it seems like we never let up on life’s gas pedal . . . .

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5 Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Even Begin to Budget

Your budget has to make sense to you or you are never going to use it. Just because you found some cool spreadsheet online does not mean that you are now good to go. If you do not make it your own, it won’t go anywhere.

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4 Budgeting Tips for the Self-Employed (or Those with Irregular Income)

4 budgeting tips for those with irregular income

Working for yourself can be one of the most rewarding things you could ever do, but it can also be the scariest. It is exciting to wake up and know that you are writing your own W-2 for the year. No boss to answer to (unless you are married). Life is great. If things go as planned, you start to see money coming in the door. Then you quickly discover something very important: managing your money is even more critical.

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A Closer Look at Making Money with the Gigwalk App

Gigwalk app

The Gigwalk app is making an attempt to simplify the process for normal everyday people to complete tasks that companies are willing to pay for. My goal today is to show you how to use Gigwalk and my overall impression of the app.

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YNAB Personal Finance Software: Why I Love it!

I just wanted to share with you some of the success that I am having using YNAB (You Need a Budget) Personal Finance Software. It has really got me motivated to manage my money in a new way.

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5 Ways to Save Time

“Time is money.” I am sure you have heard that said before. You most often hear this said from self-employed individuals. After working 8 years on 100% commission I would agree to the statement. If you are self employed or desire to start your own business then you need to understand how to manage yourself better.

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10 Ways To Make Money Writing Online

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If you have read many articles on the internet in the last few years, then you may have heard this phrase: “Content is king.” Because of this craze companies and entrepreneurs everywhere are craving for content on their sites. Many of which are willing to pay others to do the writing for them…

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The Art of Stewardship for the Self Employed

self employed

The word stewardship is a very Biblical word, but in essence it means to manage well what you have been given. Many times we only attribute this to money, but I believe it applies in many areas. Most corporate employees would readily admit that during “primetime” hours at work, they were not always engaged 100%. Now, let’s translate that into the self-employment world…

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Handling Occasional Expenses: What Works For Me

Seven years ago, I launched out into the self-employment world and discovered quickly the highs and the lows. Budgeting became an absolute essential. One area that has plagued me for a long time is handling the occasional expenses that I did not plan for ahead of time…

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3 Keys To Finding A Job You Love

If you haven’t noticed, the internet is changing our reality and the way we work. Working from home or doing what you love used to be viewed as a fairy tale. I believe in some cases people do not have a money management crisis they have an income crisis. They have settled for far too long…

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5 Legitimate Work From Home Jobs & Opportunities (2017)

Legit work from home jobs

We live in tough times. Those who are not unemployed are under-employed. Many people agonize between taking a second job and family time. My goal is to share with you some resources that allow you to earn extra income for your family from the comfort of your own home on your schedule. Many of these examples I have personally used to add extra income to my household when needed. I am not going to focus on starting an online business in this post (although, for the diligent there is money to be made in blogging, Adsense, creating your own products, selling on ebay, and affiliate sales.) Instead, I want to introduce to you a few reputable work-from-home companies that will pay you for your work…

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A Lesson from the Recession: Getting back to the basics

My sincere hope is that we will not forget the lessons we have learned over the last two years from this recession. Things will eventually pick back up (they always seem to do), but this recession will leave us with two important questions:

-Will we be any different?
-Will it be business as usual?

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