You might be able to create enough side hustles to the point where one stream of income is solely for saving, another for investing, and another for spending. Or perhaps you’re thinking of multiple streams of income so that one stream goes straight to your student loans. Or simply to have enough emergency savings for six months to a year at the least. The different streams of income and what you’re using that income for varies by person. As for the former, we’re not simply talking working multiple jobs here. The goal is to create a stream (or multiple streams) of income that work while you’re not. This way, you’re not waiting on a raise or bonus that may never come or may be delayed at a time when you need more finances flowing your way. This way, business continues throughout the day, making you money even when you’re away.
Having a credit card is also convenient while traveling, especially when credit card only perks across the world are in the mix. These perks come into play when you choose a credit card. This is why it is so important to read the contracts that you sign. There are often so many perks that are involved with rewards credit cards that a company may not outwardly show you, so that they do not have to deliver on their end, since they rely on people not reading the fine print. Read the fine print and ask questions. Go to your bank and come with a list of questions for the credit card that you are interested in applying for. If you are unable to go into your bank, call your bank. Do not let anything stop you from asking the questions that you need to ask in order to make the most of your credit card decision.
If you remember, a few days back I blogged about starting a beauty inventory at home. However, an inventory needs investment, more so if you want to purchase things available in stores. Now, the question is, how to accommodate makeup and beauty products purchase within budget? I think it is doable if we stick to a few basic principles. Moreover, there are other things to consider apart from money. Let’s find out: