Divorce can take a toll on more than just your personal well-being, it can affect your money as well. How can you get back on track financially?
Financial freedom is the foundation of a prosperous and fulfilling life. Here are four steps to financial freedom after divorce.
Often, women allow our careers to take a back seat while dealing with an emotional crisis. Here are five ways to keep divorce from ruining your career.
Your financial status following divorce will force you to consider some smart ways to save and succeed on a post-divorce budget.
Did you receive the inspiration you needed to be what you wanted to be? Or has NOT receiving that inspiration been the inspiration you needed?
Are you ready to return to work or pursue the career you always dreamed of following a life change such as divorce? Here are nine tips to get you started.
What do you do when your job divorces you? When you're facing the unknown? You'll need attitude and optimism to get you through in one piece.
Will 2016 be the year you own your own business? Business ownership is the perfect way to earn an income after divorce. Here's what you need to know.
Getting back on my feet financially wasn't easy after my divorce and being a single mom. Here are 6 tips that will make the process easier for you.
You survived the wreckage of your divorce. When it's time to move forward, these are some financial options you can consider to take care of your family.
It's not about the money, money, money... but of course it often is. How do we make conversations about money problems easier as a couple?
Why do some divorced women struggle for years while others get back on their financial feet relatively quickly? Learn the 10 habits that matter.
The divorce papers are signed, assets divided; now is a good time to check your finances, make adjustments and finally gain financial independence.
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Live so you don't have regrets later in life. That's a harder to put into practice when the reality of life gets you down. It isn't impossible, though!
Post-divorce is the perfect time to start learning new things about yourself and using those things in a positive manner.
I had many doubts and fears when I initially left my husband. Over one year later, I now celebrate four valuable lessons that I learned from leaving.