Saving For Your Very First Home

Saving for your very first home is a major goal of many of the women in our community. Getting a foot onto the property ladder is no mean feat. There are various hoops you have to jump through just to be considered for a mortgage, and then you have the massive deposit to think about! Being able to raise such a big chunk of money is something that puts off a lot of potential first-time buyers.

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Wipe The Slate Clean: Repairing A Bad Credit History

Wipe The Slate Clean: Repairing A Bad Credit History

Your credit score is your license to spend money. Bad spending habits such as regularly getting into debt or missing payments can get you a bad credit score. Mortgage lenders, landlords, car loan lenders and even phone contractors may turn you down if your credit score isn’t healthy enough. Fortunately, you don’t have to be stuck with a bad credit score forever. Several of the following methods can repair your score and give you financial freedom again.

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Why Are We So Obsessed With Post-Apocalyptic Dramas?

Post-Apocalyptic Dramas Obsessions

Would you know what to do if zombies started taking over the world? Is it even on your radar of things to worry about? If extraterrestrials came down and took over your state, how exactly would you react? With busy schedules, families to look after and a never-ending list of household chores, it’s probably the last thing on our minds. But in the last few years, there has been a huge resurgence in post-apocalyptic dramas.

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Legal Budgeting: The Forgotten Side Of Every Business Plan

Legal Budgeting

Entrepreneurs are an enthusiastic bunch. They’re doers, and they want to do everything they can in the here and now to get ahead in their industry. But sometimes this earnestness can land them in a lot of trouble. Sure, the economy is moving fast, and entrepreneurs need to keep up. But they also need to remain inside the law if they’re going to avoid getting shut down.

One of the biggest problems that a lot of companies have is not adequately saving for legal expenses.

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10 Female Entrepreneurs Share Advice for New Entrepreneurs

10 Female Entrepreneurs Share Advice for New Entrepreneurs

September 22nd is designated as American Business Women’s Day. It is is a day to bring together businesswomen of diverse occupations and to provide opportunities for the to help themselves and others grow personally and professionally through leadership, education, networking and national recognition.

American Business Women’s Day is a great way to gear up for National Business Women’s Week which has officially been celebrated the third full week of October since 1938.

Celebrating women in business is something that we strive to do regularly here at Divas With A Purpose.

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Tips for Balancing Your Business and Your Babies

Tips for Balancing Your Business and Your Babies

Being a work-at-home-mom (WAHM) can be a wonderful experience. You typically can schedule at least some of your work around your family, you don’t have long drives to and from the office and you usually don’t have to spend exorbitant amounts on child care.

Of course, like many things in life, there is always a flip side — and in the case of most WAHMs, that is trying to juggle the real work and responsibilities that you have every day with the constant needs of your kids,

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Why You Need An Emergency Fund

Why You Need An Emergency Fund

Do you have an emergency fund? It should just sit, squirrelled away, waiting for a rainy day, a leaky roof, or for your car to finally give up one morning. It doesn’t have to be loads, it isn’t your life savings after all, but it should just sit there. It’s your financial comfort blanket. You never need truly panic about money when you’ve got a bit of money whose sole purpose is waiting for everything to go wrong.

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