Showing posts with label Business. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Business. Show all posts

Sunday, May 19, 2013

The Secret That Eyewear Companies Don't Want You to Know About (The Secret YEROC Email that I am Sharing with you)



This is confidential e-mail sent only to you.

The Secret That Eyewear Companies Don't Want You to Know About

With help from the Wall Street Journal We Have Discovered This:


1. Most sunglasses are made by the same company. Do you prefer the "quality" of Ray-Ban to Oakley? Do you think Bulgari is better than Dolce & Gabbana, or Salvatore Ferragamo is better than Prada? Wake up. They're all made by one company, Italian manufacturer –one of the biggest consumer companies that consumers have never heard of. Luxottica also makes sunglasses branded Burberry, Chanel, Polo Ralph Lauren, Paul Smith, Stella McCartney, Tiffany, Versace, Vogue, Persol, Miu Miu, Tory Burch and Donna Karan.

"We manufacture about 70% of those brands in our factories in Italy, and the balance in America and China," says Luxottica spokesman Luca Biondolillo. "We do the design, the manufacturing, and the marketing," he adds. The company makes most of those brands under license, working closely with designers at the relevant fashion houses. But it owns several brands itself, including Ray-Ban, Oakley, Oliver Peoples and REVO.

YEROC however is manufactured in its own private factory in Paris. This is why our glasses look and feel different.

2. In many cases, the same company is also selling you the glasses.Luxottica also owns LensCrafters, Pearle Vision and Sunglass Hut. This is extreme vertical integration. The eye doctor telling you that you need a new pair of glasses, the sales people helping you choose them and the people who design and make the glasses all work for the same company.

YEROC is the choice for you :


Please find your digital $200.00 gift card code below. This code is linked with your e-mail address and unique IP code; only you will be able to use it.

How to Redeem Your Gift Card:
1. Go to  and select your exclusive YEROC by Corey Woods Product from any of our collections including our current Equatorial luxury collection *
2. Enter Your Code : ILOVEYEROC in the designated coupon area.
3. Check out. (Gift card is good for the entire Month of May, after may card is worth $100.00)
*Please note that your gift card can be used toward future YEROC purchases of and including the upcoming Fall/Winter 2013 YEROC line.
The code automatically waives all sorting, handling, shipping fees, AND ALL TAXES. These  are extra FREE upgrades that Corey has implanted for you.
Yerockingly yours,

Delmont du Pont Broussard
Global Assistant to Corey Woods,
Senior Merchandising Manager, Paris Division.
orders@corey-woods.com
youyeroc@gmail.com
 (International Site)
 

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You are receiving this luxe email because you opted in at our website. You are now part of an elite and exclusive set of people.

Our mailing address is:
YEROC by Corey Woods
110 Wall Street, New York, NY
Suite 111
New York, NY 10005

     

Monday, May 6, 2013

My new YEROC Equatorial Collection has now launched WORLDWIDE!






Luxury Eyewear Company YEROC Undrapes Their 2013 “Equatorial” Collection


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Stephanie Carnegie
Phone: 718.954.2697 
Email: Carnegiepr@gmail.com

 
(May 6, 2013- New York, NY) Luxury eyewear company YEROC undrapes their 2013 Equatorial Collection. This luxuriant and elite collection showcases YEROC’s international reign around the globe, taking the crème de la crème of fashion on a world tour around the equator. The Equatorial collection expresses an entrancing and glamorous life through the lenses of opulent, exquisite sunglasses.

YEROC eyewear is quickly becoming the eminent industry leader in the fashion optical world due to their consistent commitment to fine quality, exotic designs, mass celebrity appeal and unprecedented price points.

The Equatorial Collection – “Worldwide”



About YEROC:

Under the direction of Founder and Celebrity Designer Corey Woods, YEROC is known to create exciting fresh new eyeglass and sunglass styles and colors. YEROC eyewear has graced the faces of such celebrities as Kim Kardashian, Kimora Lee Simmons, Amber Rose, Loren Ridinger, P.Diddy, Lori Greiner, Kanye West, Pitbull, Jamie Foxx, Christina Milian, Soulja Boy, Beyoncé and much more.

For more information about YEROC 
To view the Equatorial collection

Carnegie PR is a full service public relations and consulting firm. We pride ourselves in providing our clients with the highest quality of visibility through innovative, niche driven, target specific public relations and marketing campaigns. Carnegie PR is a full service public relations agency that maintains practice areas in consumer, technology, corporate communications, health and wellness, lifestyle, fashion, social media, and entertainment.

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Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Happy 3rd Birthday YEROC

I am absolutely humbled to announce that today is 's 3rd birthday. I am astounded by the groundbreaking success that my luxury eyewear company has achieved in such a slice of time. To celebrate, I am giving away 300 pieces out of the entire YEROC fashion house to all of my lovely supporters, there is also a special opportunity for !




Sunday, March 17, 2013

VONBOOZIER your life with my sensuos and sexy giveaway with the fabulous @vonbooziertwins

Thank you to all of my lovely readers who continue to support all my brands. This is exactly why I like to give back to you whenever I can hail the available chance. I am elated to present to you with a giveaway from the fabulous and 2 pairs of my luxury YEROC eyewear.

Here is a little bit about these exceptional twins:



The - are New York City’s newest sensation! Antoine’ and Andre’ are multi-talented bursting with style and charisma and have a great passion for the entertainment industry. The twins’ professional career began with their sultry voice singing on platforms with A-list Gospel and R&B recording artists. The Von Boozier Twins’ resume credits stem from television, film, and print modeling in which they achieved national success.

The Von Boozier Twins have appeared on numerous television shows, and movies such as “Law & Order”, “Without A Trace”, “CSI NY”, “Ugly Betty” “Lip Stick Jungle”, “SALT”, “Life On Mars” “Castle”, “Kings”, “Rebound”, “HBO’s Royal Pains” “The Good Wife” and “Cupid”. The Von Boozier Twins’ successful career led them to perform with recording artists such as, Cissy Houston, Lil Mo, EnVouge, Kelly Price, Hezekiah Walker, Vickie Winans, Smokie Norful, Kenton Rogers and more…

Lead by the “dual” The Von Boozier Twins have worked with notable celebrities such as Ice T & Coco, recording artist Faith Evans, Celebrity Vocal Guru Ankh Ra of MTVs Making The Band, and Fashion Designer Epperson Rod of Lifetime's Project Runway. The firm also represented actors Bern Nadette Stanis of Good Times and Gary Sturgis of Tyler Perry's Daddy's Little Girls and Diary of a Mad Black Women as well as recording artists Lil Mo, Lil Mama, and more...

In 2010, The Von Boozier Twins, launched their image as fashion and entertainment celebrity publicists, which added shine to NYC’s Public Relations Industry. The dynamic identical twins, specialize in marketing and public relations support services including media relations, image management, media kit development, and private and corporate events planning.

In 2012, The Von Boozier Twins reached another milestone - as entrepreneurs. They introduced their {LIMITED EDITION} Premium Signature Lux Candle Collection worldwide. The collection has gained an inconceivable reputation among A-list celebrities.

The are always in search of a collaboration to introduce their successful flavor and style. The Von Boozier Twins motto is: Whatever you do, be unique, put your personality into it...and make it work!



 Win all four of these fabulous items now and if you don't, don't FRET, the VonBoozier Twins are hosting a March Madness sale on their website, stock up on your candles today:

And now without further ado, you have over 50 chances to win:

Sunday, March 10, 2013

Win My DOUGHPE Giveaway!

My loyal readers know that I LOVE giving away things. I am pleased to bring you a trendy and fashionably utilitarian item that you can wear during any season. To match this theme, I have selected my seasonless to include in this luxe giveaway with company. You have 50 chances to win!

Love Always,

Corey









Monday, March 4, 2013

How to Quickly Build a $1,000 Emergency Fund

Starting an emergency fund is one of the most recommended tips given by financial advisers and personal finance bloggers. It's easy to see the benefit of having such a stash of cash set aside - after all, you never know what might happen. Appliances break down, cars need repairs, and unexpected medical emergencies could occur. My wife and I have had our fund in place for the last 4 years and it has given us a great amount of peace!
Do you know how insignificant things become if you have $1,000, $2,000, or $5,000 sitting in the bank?
While the amount held in rainy day funds can vary widely between individuals, a common recommendation is $1000. That's enough to replace a broken dishwasher, pay for minor dental work or get your car checked out. It even might be enough for a month of rent or a few bills. But how do you get that first $1000?
Here are some ideas for quickly building up an emergency fund:
  • Take on a side gig: If you don't have enough money to build an emergency fund, why not make more money? It doesn't have to be a permanent second job and it need not be glamorous or terribly exciting either. Some ideas include working a temporary or seasonal retail job, doing mystery shops, or picking up odd jobs such as babysitting or yard work. Just remember to put all that money into your emergency fund and not into your pocket!

  • Use a windfall: Perhaps you expect to receive a tax return this year or an annual bonus from your workplace. This is a great opportunity to build your emergency fund. Using money from a windfall means you can instantly have money stashed away, with no extra effort or budgeting.

  • Sell your stuff: Unless you've always been a minimalist, most people have stuff lying around the house that they rarely, if ever, use. Why not make a bit of money, clear out some clutter and beef up your emergency fund in one fell swoop? Take a look inside your garage and closets and try to identify items that could be sold on eBay, Craigslist or garage sales. Then, take that money and add it to your emergency fund.

  • Budget for it: When all else fails, you can stash away a little bit of money every month into a savings account. Even $50 a month would get you $600 after one year. It'll take you longer and you'll probably hit some bumps along the way, but eventually, you'll have a healthy emergency fund saved up.

Friday, January 25, 2013

My eye-opening $2000 YEROC Luxury Sunglasses Giveaway

I absolutely enjoy giving things away to my supporters and customers. I am pleased to give away (1) $1000 Loren sunglasses and (1) $1000 R.E.B.B.L.S Sunglasses. I have given you all ample chances to win!
Let's go:




Tuesday, January 15, 2013

5 Ways To Say No Without Feeling Guilty




YOU ARE ALLOWED TO SAY NO... but you may need some help getting started if this is difficult for you. It all boils down to the concept of self-worth and believing that your time is of value to YOU. When you are constantly saying yes to everyone else and putting yourself at the bottom of your own priority list, you will be the loser in your own life.
Here are some tips to get started.

TIP 1

Rather than thinking about saying NO to others... re-frame it to think about saying YES to yourself. This simple switch will reduce the guilt trip. The moment you take yourself more seriously and value your own priorities and goals to achieve each day, others will start taking you more seriously as well. You teach others how to treat you, so if you want a different result to always feeling like the doormat-take different action

TIP 2

SIMPLY - get over yourself! Harsh but true. Stop thinking that you need to be all things to all people. Whilst this seems wonderfully generous, you will come off second best and land up having nothing to offer. This will lead directly to the idea that you do not value yourself in the equation, and every time you say yes to others when you really ought to be saying no, you will land up feeling resentful, angry, used and taken advantage of. So give up this need to feel bad about yourself and to make you feel needed and important through being everything to everyone and nothing to yourself.

TIP 3

Use a buffer line as a standard response from now on when still learning the art of saying no. Try this out for practice... when someone asks you to do something, you can say; "I would love to help you out but I need to check my diary and I will get back to you tomorrow". That way you do not say YES as your standard answer, and create a pause for you to assess if you want to do it or not. Be aware you normally say YES out of habit.

TIP 4

Never say an outright NO as this can feel horribly foreign to you and rude to the other person. So always start your answer with "I would love to but am unable to right now". And remember that you do not ever need to give reasons or excuses as to why you cannot do something for someone else... give up the need to justify your life.

TIP 5

Have patience with yourself. Just because you want to say no doesn't make it easy!. Remember you are learning a new skill that's foreign to you. It can help to acknowledge the following - "even though it is really difficult for me to say no without feeling guilty, I am going to value myself enough to say no anyway" This can help you remember you are chartering new territory and the moment you do NOT expect it to be easy every time, it will help you keep moving forward. In no time at all it will become second nature for you to discern when to say yes and when to say no from your inner guidance as opposed to guilt and habit.

So go out and practice, practice, practice, and let me know how you do with this new skill!!

Monday, January 7, 2013

I am pleased to announce my new company


This is a new year and I am so pleased to kick it off with my new company YERISE by Yeroc & Co. I can't wait to unveil this massive project that I have been secretly working on for over a year. Your mind and eyes are going to be blown when you SEE precisely what I have in store. This is one of the largest things I have ever done. Comment below with your e-mail address to be the FIRST to hear about the launch.

Love you all,

Corey

Friday, January 4, 2013

10 Simple Money Management Tips




Effective planning and controlled spending enables you to manage your money easily. The most common barrier to proper money management is overspending or buying what you can't afford. Good money management tips will help you save because you will only buy what you actually need. Below are simple money management tips that will help you to manage your money wisely.
Record All Your Expenses
Keep track of everything you have bought and bills you have paid. Categorize the different items you have bought so that you will have a clear picture of how much you have paid for everything you bought. This will allow you to know how much you are spending on each category and where you can cut back.
Keep Track of Your Net-worth
Your net worth is everything you own after you have subtracted all your debts. Unknown to most people, your net worth is closely determined by your expenses. If your net worth decreases, you should watch how you spend your money. If you cut your expenses, your net worth will increase; you therefore get motivated to spend more wisely.
Start Investing Today
If you have extra cash, invest it and watch as your investments grow. In addition to that, your investments will earn interest and you will get to reap the benefits in time. The main advantage of investing is that you will have peace of mind because you know that you have invested in your future.
Save Your Money
Financial experts advise people to save at least 10 percent of their net monthly income. Saving helps you to spend your money wisely as you get to spend only what you have.
Purchase What You Need
You should adopt the habit of buying only what you need and not what you want. This will prevent you from buying what you do not require.
Avoid Using Credit Cards
Credit cards will make you spend more so you should use it when you really need to. Use a credit card that has low interest rate just in case you are unable to settle your monthly debt on time.
Check Your Bank and Credit Statements
Credit card companies and banks may make mistakes which could cost you a lot of money. If you doubt the figures in your statement, contact your bank and your credit card company and clear any doubts you might have regarding what you owe.
Diversify Your Income

Look for alternative methods of increasing your income as this will ensure that you are financially stable. Blogging is one of the easiest ways to make extra cash, furthermore, you will be blogging about what you like doing.
Buy Your Home as Opposed To Renting
Buying your own home is an investment which you will get to enjoy for years to come. Renting is more expensive in the long run and the worst part is that you will be contributing to someone else's investment.


Thursday, November 22, 2012

My Black Friday and Cyber Monday Flyer!


Tuesday, November 20, 2012

I am excited to offer My Outstanding Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals to you



I love giving you guys outstanding values and deals. My exclusive Black Friday and Cyber Monday events on all of my sites will offer this:

Black Friday

-Selected pairs of YEROC by Corey Woods eyewear will be 50% off .
-ALL YEROC by Corey Woods eyewear (including the new collection) will be 50% off during the last 5 minutes of Black Friday.
-ALL YER by YEROC eyewear will be buy two, get two free during Black Friday.
-Free Shipping
-No Taxes

Cyber Monday
-Selected pairs of YEROC by Corey Woods eyewear will be 50% off .
-A free piece of YEROC by Corey Woods Jewelry Co. will be included in all YEROC orders.
- A free piece of YER by YEROC Jewelry Co. will be included in all YER by YEROC orders
-Free Shipping
-No Taxes

Monday, November 5, 2012

Enter to win my $2500 YEROC Giveaway with Clothing Designer GUAPSKE: Meet Mr. & Mrs. GUAPSKE YEROC


As you all know, I love offering FREE fabulous things to my readers and supporters. I am pleased to offer you my riveting $2500 giveaway with one of my favorites: Mike aka Mr. Culture of GUAPSKE Clothing Co.

You have 20 chances to win 1 of 6 fabulous prizes. Enter below: 






















Monday, October 29, 2012

My new YEROC "Corey Corey Collection" has launched!






Luxury Eyewear Company Yeroc Unveils Their Spring 2013 “Corey Corey” Collection


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Anje Collins
Phone: 786.566.2870
Email: acollins@theluxeprgroup.com
 

(October 29, 2012- New York, NY) Luxury eyewear company Yeroc unveils their 2013 Corey Corey Collection.  This  finely crafted exclusive collection puts emphasis on intricate temple details unusual color combinations, confirming the creativity and boldness of the Yeroc brand.

The Corey Corey collection breathes life into its smart, dynamic sunglasses collection by its authentic luxury.

Yeroc eyewear is quickly becoming an industry leader in the fashion optical world due to their consistent commitment to high quality, on-trend designs and unprecedented price points.

The Corey Corey collection is a synergy of fashion and creates a solid foundation for Yeroc’s success.

About Yeroc:

Under the direction of Founder Corey Woods, Yeroc is known to create exciting fresh new eyeglass and sunglass styles and colors. Yeroc eyewear has graced the faces of such celebrities as Kim Kardashian, Amber Rose, Christina Milian, Soulja Boy,  Beyoncé and more.

For more information about Yeroc 

The Luxe PR Group is a boutique fashion, beauty and lifestyle PR agency specializing in strategic PR solutions that guarantee increased visibility about a brand, product, event or person. Because every imitative has a exclusive goal, we work closely with our clients to create signified packages that ensure fantastic results.







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Friday, October 19, 2012

10 Easy Ways to Get Money Fast


Everyone wants to get money fast, but there are a lot of scams out there that take advantage of that fact. Obviously, you should investigate any "get rich quick claims" about any plan. However, there are several safe ways that you can get money fast.

1. Rent out a room in your home. People are always looking for affordable accommodations, and you don't need to invest much more money than you already have in your house. This option can be especially lucrative if there is a college nearby, as students always needs housing.

2. Clean out your house. You may be able to get money fast by selling items you never use. Sell stuff on EBay or Craigslist and/or sell items for your neighbors who don't have the knowledge or time to sell online. For example, you could find a neighbor who is looking to get rid of their car and offer to list this car for sale on websites, for a fee. Many people don't know how to do this.

3. Consider taking up dog-walking and/or babysitting. These are simple services, and it's easy to find someone who needs them simply by talking to your circle of friends. A lot of people are working longer hours now and have less time to take care of their dogs or need someone to watch their kids until they get off work. If you like children or pets, this is the perfect way for you to get money fast.

4. Offer handyman help for neighbors, especially elderly ones. Many people have small fix-it jobs and would rather deal with a neighbor than go through the effort of finding a reliable contractor. Elderly neighbors often have tasks that it is hard for them to do themselves, such as mowing the lawn, or, in colder climates, shoveling the driveway.

5. Check if someone in your neighborhood has sold their house and is moving. Offer to help pack or move boxes. Ask for a moving day and be home; if they don't think they need help initially, but change their mind, they can ask you on the day.

6. To make money - save money. Start using coupons and shopping online before you go to the store. Online coupons can save you hundreds of dollars and get you free shipping on items that are cheaper online than in the store. It won't matter if you get money if you don't spend it wisely afterward.

7. Open a credit card with real cash back rewards. Some credit cards offer 5% cash back for gasoline. Don't forget to check the rewards on your current card. And, of course, be careful how you use the card.

8. Be a tutor. There are many ways to do it, including Skype. If you don't have skills in a particular subject, see if somebody wants to learn your language and needs conversation to practice. With many businesses operating internationally, it is increasingly important to know multiple languages, and there's no better way of practicing than conversation with a native speaker.

9. Check job websites for summer jobs. Many types of businesses need additional help over the summer months. There are also employment agencies that specialize in a type of arrangement where you can get paid at the end of the workday, so you can really get money fast rather than waiting weeks for a paycheck.

10. Post your profile on an online employment platform. There are platforms out there for any type of employment skills you have, and it can often be easier than submitting your portfolio to many businesses individually. If you are discerning in the platform you pick and highlight your best qualities, you often have a better chance of being hired than you would only submitting to local companies. Many jobs now can be done via telecommuting, so by using an online employment platform, you are able to apply to jobs that would be too far away to commute to.




Thursday, October 18, 2012

How to Set Up an Envelope Budget



The envelope budget, sometimes called the envelope method or system is the practice of managing household expenses through the use of cash envelopes. Dubbed "Grandma's way to handle money" by Dave Ramsey, this depression era method of budgeting is still as effective as ever.

Yes, the modern versions of the envelope budget are readily available online in programs like Mvelopes but they cost money. The focus of this post is on the traditional envelope method which is FREE!

How to set up an envelope budget

Step 1: Tally up actual spending from the previous month

Gather up all your credit card, bank statements, invoices and receipts from the previous month. If you can get two or three months worth of information that is better but one month will do for now. From your statements, invoices and receipts take note of everything you spent money on (i.e. variable expenses only) during that period then add them up into four or five broad categories.

For example, you might add up all the times you bought gas for the month and put it into a category called "Transportation". Any money spent on anything related to transportation goes into that category (this would include things like gas, motor oil, tune ups etc.) You might have another category for "Groceries", every time you spend money at the grocery store it would be added to this category and so on.

This will be the basis of your envelope budget categories.

* Do NOT include fixed payments or expenses in this calculation. Expenses like your mortgage, car payments, utility bills etc should be left out of the budget.

Step 2: Draft and finalize your list of categories

Your envelope categories can be as broad or as narrow as you want, its up to you. If you want many categories you can use the broad categories from step 1 and expand them until you're satisfied you have the right number of categories for your envelopes; on the other hand you might be happy sticking with four or five broad categories for now, you can always add more categories later if you need to. This is not an exact science, just do what feels right.

* It's better to keep it down to just a few categories, your budget will be far easier and less time consuming to manage than if you use a lot of categories (ten or more).

Step 3: Label and fund the envelopes


Now comes the fun part! Label your envelopes and fill them with the cash amounts you calculated in step 1. How often you get paid will dictate how much to put into the envelopes. For example, if you get paid bi-weekly then you will be funding your envelopes every two weeks. The cash in each envelope will have to last until your next pay period.

Step 4: work the envelope system

With your envelope budget now complete, its time for the real test - putting it into practice. You should not expect the perfect budget on the first pass or even the second try. It will take a a lot of trial and error before you finally find the right mix and develop the perfect envelope budget.

Here is one last point to remember as you work the envelope system:

Give it some time - As I mentioned previously, the envelope budgeting system is not perfect or exact but it will work if you give it a chance. It may take you several tries before you finally perfect your budget. the key is to just keep tweaking and changing it until you do get it right.

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

8 Tempty Things That Are Killing Your Budget


























If you want your budget to succeed over the long term there are eight things that might have an affect on your effectiveness to hold fast your budget. Identifying and conquering these things is essential to stay on the right track and achieving your budgeting objectives.

1. Neglecting to set an objective - A budget with no a goal will quickly fizzle out. You cannot truthfully expect to stick a budget for any period of time if you have not set a goal for it. Budgets are just like weight loss programs, they are simple to get started on but tricky to follow through to the end. You have to have constant inspiration - the objective you determine for your budget is your main source of encouragement.

2. Inability to make room for stimulation - Let's be truthful, daily life on a budget is not very exciting. Take away the pleasure and you'll dislike it a whole lot more. Main point here, save room in the budget for all the things you love and sit up for. You are much more apt to stick to your budget over the long haul if you can still enjoy yourself. Though it inevitably brings about living on a budget for a longer period than you had initially planned for, leave room for all the things you love inside your budget.

3. Over budgeting - Over budgeting is where you scale back too much from your budget, more or less depriving yourself of necessities in an effort to achieve your ultimate goal faster. This results in something I call "budget burnout", when that happens the budget goes right out the window. Bottom line, it's fine to scale back some but not so much that you're literally depriving yourself of what you require.

4. Sizeable sudden expense - Of course you aren't able to foresee when emergencies or unplanned obligations will come about; what you can do however is prepare yourself in case that one actually does happen. This is why it pays to get an emergency fund in place. An emergency fund should cover the unanticipated extra expense, your budget should be untouched and also you will not have to add additional debt unnecessarily.

5. Outgrowing the budget - You have obtained your goal and have finished everything you set out to accomplish with your budget. Congratulations! Budgeting has gotten you this far, so why not carry on? It's time for you to expand your horizons, think of a bigger, broader goal for yourself.

6. Unattainable goals/expectations - It's hopeless to keep to a budget that you set unreachable objectives or expectations for. You are usually just setting yourself up for frustration. You have to make a purpose for your budget that's measurable and most of all, plausible.

7. Neglecting to keep tabs on expenditures - Not monitoring your spending is the equivalent of shooting yourself in the foot. Tracking your expenses could appear challenging but it's not really. Understanding exactly where the money is going keeps you in control and makes it far easier to continue inside the limitations of your budget.

8. Giving in to impulse - This is often sort of a hard one to get under control, you just never know when you are going to be enticed. If you sense the need to shop or expend money impulsively try to use the need vs want rule (ask yourself "do I need it or do I just want it?"). If that fails you could also use the 2 day rule in which you wait a couple of days, if you sill feel that you NEED it following two days - go on and buy it.

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