There’s a new post up on my site! This is a must read! These habits have helped me SO MUCH financially! If you’re serious about getting rid of your debt, and living life without worrying about money, then click the link below and read my new post!
New post guys!!
I’m really excited and can’t wait for you all to read more of my articles with them! As you can see many of the articles I write for Elite will appear on my blog prior to them publishing. Some will be exclusively on Elite.
So subscribe to my website accidentallyadulting.com, and follow my Elite Daily profile! Or if you just want to be notified as soon as something like his goes down follow me on Instagram @accidentally_adulting !!
Go read and share the article by clicking here !
Click below to find out which WOC instagram accounts you should be following!
As you all know (because I mention it at the beginning of every post 🙂 haha sorry) I am in the midst of studying for the bar exam. Studying this time around is far more difficult than the last time particularly when it comes to setting aside the necessary time to study while working a full time job. These additional responsibilities make it necessary for me to reevaluate my study habits, and incorporate all of the habits that made me a successful student.
This post is for all the students out there: full time, part time, students with kids, students who are married, all of you. Click HERE to keep reading!
Today is all about school related/induced anxiety, and how to deal. I feel that this is something that I want to discuss now, because I have been stressed out about studying for the bar exam AGAIN. This time I feel it is more stressful because I’m balancing a full time, adult person CAREER. And I’ve been noticing this old, familiar, feeling of anxiety coming back, and I’m not a fan.
Keep reading for my story of anxiety, and how I deal with it in 3 easy steps.
Click HERE to continue reading!!
Hey Everyone!! Happy New Year!
I apologize for not posting anything in the past few days. I have been busy spending time with family and friends for the holidays. I have also been busy adjusting to my new job, AND studying for the bar exam! Phew! SO. MANY. THINGS.
I don’t know about you guys, but this year is the year that I make a lot of positive changes in my life, career, and finances! I really believe that we can all make HUGE advances in our lives by making little changes.
So let’s start with our career!
Click HERE to keep reading!!