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Postby RachelBauer » Wed Jan 30, 2019 10:25 pm

make sure you pay off the original debt within the balance transferperiod or, again, high interest rates may be applied – perhaps thecash advance rate, which can be very high. When you compare BalanceTransfer Credit Cards you should check for these interest ratedetails as they may become important for you 6 months down the lineif you haven’t paid off the debt.Sometimes "unbelievable"offers jump out at you. Be careful of these. If something looks toogood to be true it may be just that. A card offering 0% balancetransfer and 0% APR for the first year is trying hard to win yourbusiness, but the question is how will they make their money? Checkthe fine print and make sure you know what the interest rates will beafter the one year period has passed:

Who doesn’t want to live a happy life? Somepeople wake up every morning unfocused, not able to enjoy the things they wantto do, not being able to do all the things they need to do, which leads them tolive their lives to its minimal potential. Then they are overcome with feelingsof depression. Do the opposite, and you will surely find happiness. Just followsteps one through five to create and hold on to balance within your everydaylife!Need additional advice on how to find balance within your life? Visit mywebsite askginelove to ask any questions or find information you mayneed to help you take that next step to find balance. Also, download this chartto help you establish some of the main areas within your life that you need tocreate balance.

a great temptation is about to rear its ugly head.No, it's not the temptation of yet another batch of holiday cookies. It's the impossible-to-resist pull to set unrealistic, Herculean goals for 2015.And yet while the setting of New Year's resolutions isn't a problem in itself, making unrealistic promises to one self or others disrupts balance and ends up making you feel more frazzled than ever.Here are 5 balanced, realistic ways to achieve your goals in 2015:1. Create a Goal Board/CalendarYou want 2015 to be a great year. You have 20, maybe even 100 different things you'd like to achieve. But a goal without a realistic plan is merely wishful thinking.Create a goal board and/or calendar and choose ONE goal per month for the first quarter of 2015.

Examine some different resources, including blogs, books, mastermind groups, and coaches, and see which of these resources can help you achieve your goals.The resources you choose should not only help you reach your goals, but should help you focus on your overall performance and create more equilibrium in your life.4. Evaluate Pro's and Con'sBe honest - what aspects of your life are just not working for you? Which facets do you love and want more of in 2015?Sometimes it can be difficult to know from where your lack of balance originates. Take a good, hard look at what's working and why those aspects of your life make you happy.Take another hard look at what's causing you stress and draining your energy.

Keep in mind that goals can also include ending toxic relationships and spending less time and energy on certain projects and/or people.5. Treat YourselfIt may sound counterintuitive, but one of the most effective ways of reaching your goals is by doing something totally unrelated to your goals.Take a vacation, sign up for an art class, attend a conference, or treat yourself to something seemingly unrelated to your personal and professional life. You'll not only learn about yourself and the world; you'll discover surprising answers and new perspectives that will, in turn, help you achieve your goals that much faster.Bonus: Tighten Your Focus in 2015A wonderful goal-setting treat for 2015 is called Excuse Me, Your Life Is Waiting.

This book, by author Lynn Grabhorn, will help you get laser-focused about what you want to achieve and how you're going to get there in 2015.In Chapter Three, Grabhorn writes, "Focus on what you don't want, and watch it get bigger. If you're giving some passionate attention to something you truly do not want, it will eventually grow up to smack you." Focus instead on what you DO want, and be sure that focus is directed toward one goal at a time.If you had to narrow it down, what is your ONE goal for 2015?This is significant if their new card has a lower interest rate than their previous one.Credit card balance transfer feature can be a great way of consolidating your credit card debt and finding a way to dig yourself out of your debt burden.

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