Remember to give back what you received along the way

Story Time! As someone going  to college or pursuing any form of education, there is always a cost to learn for some reason. When I was in my freshman year of undergraduate studies, I had to experience this first-hand myself. It was my ability to jump in the library or search online that led meContinue reading “Remember to give back what you received along the way”

How I achieved success in work-life balance

To start and give some small background about me, I am a minority student that comes from a middle class family. I attended a university upon graduating in 3 and a half years from high school with honors. I had completed a semester of college prior to graduation for high school. I went on toContinue reading “How I achieved success in work-life balance”

What can I invest in to obtain the work life balance I want?

Tons of people always ask what can I do to invest now so that it can help me achieve my goals and objectives in the long-term. The answer is quite simple. Whether your 15 or 16 years old working towards lining up a first job, 17 or 18 and about to head to college orContinue reading “What can I invest in to obtain the work life balance I want?”

High interest checking account a thing?

These days the consumer-to-banking relationship is really a given one way relationship. With the old-school tradition of doing business with a brick and mortar shop, most consumers are led to give into giving up their buying power to traditional style big banks in order to be less concerned with knowing there funds are safe andContinue reading “High interest checking account a thing?”

Welcome!

Thanks for visiting WorkLivePlans. This site is dedicated to an onslaught of items from smart investments in financial products, value of money in terms of specific products and services, cost savings and personal health to whatever achieves work life balance in today’s world which usually leads to financial freedom and vice-versa. Success isn’t always aboutContinue reading “Welcome!”