Sometimes, in order to get on the right financial track, you have to ask the right questions, and honestly answer them — no matter how difficult that is. From being honest about your accomplishments, to recognizing problems with your financial self-image, a little introspection goes a long way.
Here are some great blog posts from around the Internet. They will help look into your own situation, and hopefully find the answers that help you chart a course to financial freedom.
Making a Great Resume, Writing Powerful Accomplishments at Free Money Finance: Having a solid resume is essential whether you’re in the job market or a freelancer.
7 Tips for Stress-Free Retirement Investing at Wise Bread: There’s no denying that investing for your retirement can be stressful but finally there are some tips to help you.
The Fault Lines in Our Financial Self Image at Five Cent Nickel: This is an interesting way to look at our financial problems.
Saving Money: Frequently Asked Questions at The Digerati Life: This article is packed with great advice on how to save effectively.
Are You Really Reducing Your Debt? at Canadian Finance Blog: Many people think they’re tackling their debt but are you actually making a dent or just paying off interest?
5 Things You Need to Start a Small Business at Money Crashers: This is a bit ‘back to basics’ but it’s important to know what needs to be in place before you launch your business.
How Do Credit Cards Tie In With Freelancing? at Studenomics: If you are a freelancer, this is always a question you need to tackle when it comes to managing finances.
How a Stay-At-Home Mom Went From Struggling to Pay the Bills to Making an Extra $3,000 a Month at Passive Panda: This is an inspirational story for all freelance writers!