Archive for December, 2008

A Weight loss tip to help you

Wednesday, December 10th, 2008

The reason people give up too soon on the losing weight and workout regimen is that they are not enough patient. Most of the time, they stick to eating right and moving around for a week or two and they do drop fat. Then, they get discouraged to see that they only drop off let’s say 5 fat and feel like they ideal weight goal is too far to reach so they give into the latest diet fad.
A great Weight loss trick is not to see the pounds lost per say but rather count in  percentage of your destination. Hence a person with a goal of losing 40 pounds might be discouraged to realize that after a month of sticking to her healthy habits, she only lost 10 pounds. If she looks at it from a percentage view, she most probably will feel pleased to find out she has already attained 25% of her weight loss goal!

Credit repair can be done

Wednesday, December 3rd, 2008

Fifth, start operating on a budget. You may want to look at what you spend monthly and daily, and start living only within this financial budget. You have to fix your credit, so sustain your repairs by keeping your purchases prudent. For instance, you can cut down on your groceries by buying things in bulk: talk to neighbors who might want to buy toiletries along with you, and you can save some money on items such as toilet paper, paper towels, or soap bought in bulk.

Credit repair can be done by planning a budget. over a one year course, your credit rating  can improve tremendously.

 

Payday loans to help with bad credit on the short run

Monday, December 1st, 2008

If you live in a tough and dangerous neighborhood and a credit card is the only way that you can buy anything at all, then make sure that you have only one credit card; you can have two at the most, with the other one acting as your backup. The more credit rating cards you have, the harder it will be for you to monitor your finances, and the more difficult it will be for you to keep track of your payments by the time defrayment time rolls along. If you limit yourself to one or two credit cards, you can have an easier time monitoring and limiting your buying. This should put a hold on your potential shopping sprees, and it should allow you to exercise prudence and discipline when making your purchases.