Cassandra earned her Bachelor’s degree with a double major in accounting and finance from Eastern Washington University. She is certified as a QuickBooks ProAdvisor and is currently working towards her CPA designation. In her free time, Cassandra enjoys traveling, playing sports, and spending time with her friends and family.
Even if you are not a New Year’s resolution maker, it’s likely that at some point in your life you’ll want to adopt healthier or more productive habits. When you do want to make a change for the better, consider trying the following tips from lifehack.org to increase your chances of making your new good habits stick:
The start of a new year is like a universal pressing of the reset button where we assess what changes/resolutions we’d like to make to improve our lives and careers. Short on ideas? We offer 5 easy resolutions that you can implement today to help make you more creative, productive, and generally more content personally and professionally.
At the start of a new year many people analyze how the previous year went. Since many people try not to dwell on the past too much, this thinking quickly shifts to what changes can be made in the new year to make it better than the last year. Well, here are 5 of my ideas that I think can help make your next year better and possibly save you money at the same time.