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January 14, 2015

Tools That Will Help You with Your Goals

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We are now in 2018, which means that it is time to get started putting your goals into action or create some new goals for the year if you have not yet done so. I have already set my goals for the year and today I am sharing with you some of the tools that I will be using to help me achieve my goals. 



Your Wela is an Atlanta based company, which is able to help you every step of the way during your financial journey. They provide users with free advice and financial tools that are customized for their needs. With Your Wela, you are able to compare savings, keep track of your goals, and invest wisely. You can even combine all of your accounts so it is easier to keep track of your progress during your financial journey. Signing up is fast, free, and easy, so you have nothing to lose. 

You can think of Your Wela as your personal financial mentor.



Credit Karma is a site that can help you during your debt free journey. Many of you are probably already aware that you can get one free credit report for all three credit bureaus once per year. However, with Credit Karma and their beta Credit Report feature, you can access your credit report any time that you like. In addition to having access to your credit report, they also provide you with your credit score, which is updated every week, and your credit utilization score. I find this to be a great tool for those who have a goal of boosting their credit scores. 



Trello is one of the sites that will allow you to keep your goals organized. With this tool, you can easily put all of your goals in one place and update them in an organized manner as you become close to reaching them. You can put dates and times on Trello cards, which will send you email alerts when a due date is approaching and again when the due date has passed. If you are someone who likes to be organized when it comes to your goals, Trello is the way for you to do just that.


If you are ready to make some changes, and meet some goals in 2018, these tools are worth checking out. The best part is that you can sign up for free so you do not have to invest money for assistance when trying to meet goals.




What is your main goal that you are trying to reach this year?

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15 comments

  1. My main goal for this year is to get back out of debt. We get ourselves out of debt and then right back into debt. Thankfully, I gained more income but now insurance has gone up. Sad Face.

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    1. Getting out of debt is my goal too this year. I don't want to be in debt when I'm not working outside my home anymore next year.

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  2. Oohh, now this is AWESOME tools! Especially for the Credit Karma. I totally didn't even know they have a beta thing going on. WOW! You totally helped me now because I'm on my way to check all of their details out. My goal (on my 2015 list) is yes to better improve certain financial areas and credit is also a must!!

    Thanks again!!

    xo
    Janelle

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    1. I love Credit Karma! It is the only credit report that is free always.

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  3. I want to save, like really SAVE this year. I need to make sacrifices. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. My goal is to save money too but first I got to pay off debts.

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  4. Increased passive income and a shift from my 9 to 5 and making web design full time... or at least working from home.

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    1. Those are great goals Reginia! I know you can do it!

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  5. Thanks for sharing this. I keep saying that I need to check out Credit Karma but never do.

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    1. Girl you need to try Credit Karma, you can always get your credit report anytime for free.

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  6. Great tool I use Trello now. Just discovered it.

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  7. Financial Freedom -vs- Financial Burden is on the top of my list!

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  8. These are all great tools I really need to check them out. TFS!

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    1. Thanks Cookie! Great to see you around!

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