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I think it's fair to say that most of us long to reach that place where the money resides, especially in the present times when life is so uncertain and people are likely to lose their jobs at any given moment. On the other hand, perhaps thanks to the plethora of entrepreneurs that document their journeys on social media, there's the sense that abundant financial wealth seems more accessible now than it ever has before. With that said, despite all the step-by-step guides to becoming rich available on the market, we can still hear the same question echoing in our heads: How do I get to the bag, though?

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Oftentimes, when we hear about six-figure jobs, they're either C-suite positions that require years of experience or if they're feasible between the ages of 25 and 35, they're all in the tech industry.

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So you've got a job, and it pays the bills. You're not so concerned about being the best or getting promoted. You're just biding your time, giving the position just enough energy and attention to get by and keep it. Well, sis, this is a form of quiet quitting. The term has made its rounds across the Internet, from TikTok to YouTube, to Reddit, to Lipstick Alley. But what exactly is it? How do you quit "quietly," and why is this something people are talking about?

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There have been talks that the nation is set for a recession soon, with experts warning consumers to brace, especially in today's environment of heightened interest rates and rising inflation. But what does this mean for the everyday person, and how can you prepare?

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Father's Day may have come and gone, but any time is the perfect time to celebrate the men in our lives who have helped us in a multitude of ways. And for some of us, fathers have played a major role in how we view wealth, manage our finances, and hustle for the best out of life. According to recent research, more than 80% of American adults believe that parents are "the most responsible" for educating their children about money,

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Black women have been redefining what wellness looks like since the beginning of time. (I even have a real-life, sassy, still-walking-signifying-driving-gardening example of this via my own 92-year-old Granny, who is the epitome of manifestation and self-preservation, as she has always defined wellness on her own terms.) We continue to shift the narrative, especially when it comes to what "wellness" actually means as a Black woman in a world where it can be so hard to simply exist in fullness.

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