Hi all! My waving image has popped up quite a few times over the last month and a half, and it’s back one more time – to wave farewell! That’s right, The Little Intern That Could Series has come to an end. But I’m happy to report that I’ll be continuing to post on Fridays with the upcoming series, Claire’s Corner – a weekly round-up featuring inspiring, informative and all around awesome reads.
So before I ride away in my cable car, let’s get a bit nostalgic and take another look at the posts that were covered throughout the series:
How To Hone In On Your Hobbies
Hobbies don’t have to cost you an arm and a leg! Unless your hobby is trading action figure parts. I talk how to make the most of your hobbies – without taking too much from your paycheck.
Financing Your Friendships
A full social life doesn’t always mean an empty bank account. Find ways to sustain healthy friendships on a healthy budget! I make a pretty convincing pull for picnics here…
Economize With Ecofriendly
Little switches can mean big savings – for your wallet and the planet. Go ahead, call yourself a super-hero super saver.
Finding Contentment In Your Community
Some of the best free options available can be found right in your backyard (or a few streets away). Communities offer great options for you to explore fulfilling opportunities!
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Paring Down Your Pear Tree
Before you invite the entire song into you life, maybe you should consider if you can support the cast. A few tips on how to trim down your possessions, and save (or make) some money in the process.
Thanks so much for reading! It has been more than a pleasure to contribute to ReadyForZero and I’ve sure learned a lot along the way. For example, I’ve learned how hard each and every person at ReadyForZero works to help people get out of debt. I’ve learned the late hours that are put into bringing you accessible tools to help you along the way. And importantly, I’ve learned that cookies can be considered breakfast food.
I’m still on my way to repaying my debt, but feeling great about my progress. It may still be a few years off, but I’ve set my sights on the bigger picture. I’ll be following all my own advice, and hope you found something helpful too.
Until next time!