Recent Articles from Christine
Honoring the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., an iconic civil rights activist, for all people.
As you reflect on 2021, remember your experiences as precious life lessons that have made you stronger, wiser, and better. May 2022 be everything that you desire and more.
Set financial boundaries this Christmas season. Some feel the pressure to buy gifts out of obligation, whether it be in the workplace, with friends, or with family. I encourage you to relieve yourself of that stress. When you have given your best, that’s enough. Remember that Jesus Christ is the real reason for the season.
Black Friday specials on all LMLDF online courses start November 19th through November 30th. So, Mark your calendars and grab HUGE savings!
Happy Veterans Day to all servicemen and women who have sacrificed and continue to sacrifice so much for our country’s freedom.
Make “A” move, any move. You’ll never know if things will change until you do. Your personal finances can approve with your help. If you do nothing, your results will reflect your actions.
Living beneath your means is simply that your bottom line is a surplus which means that you manage your finances well. It means that you are spending within the perimeters of your earnings.
Reflecting on your past financial mistakes can be instrumental in finding your way forward. Don’t despise your past experiences. If you look closely, your past life experiences produced astronomical growth.
Finding a good balance of a credit mix plays an intricate part in having a high credit score. But, the mix or kind of credit is not the only component. Trying to have the right amount of credit utilization, length of credit history, good payment history, and other important factors to maintain a good to excellent credit score can be perplexing.