I’m Miriam and I want to give you a warm welcome here to The Tenth Part website!
This is a personal finance blog for people who want to learn how to save money to invest in their personal improvement.
Investing in oneself is the best investment that one can make. And the best way to invest in oneself is by saving money so that one can provide for themselves better in the future.
Who Am I, And Why Should You Follow Me?
After reading lots of books for years, and attending several courses, I’ve learned a lot about money management.
Over time I realized that traditional work in today’s world, increasingly technological and advanced, cannot be enough to make me happy, so this allowed me to work and pay for my studies at the same time. I realized that what I love to do is help others turn into the best version of themselves, so I graduated in occupational psychology and my dream is to become a great career coach.
I firmly believe that the online world can make us rich, happy, and financially free, but as with “traditional” jobs, you have to study, learn and train.
Why I Am Here To Help You
I found that very often (too often) what holds people back from achieving their dreams and goals is a lack of money.
Of course, very often it is our limiting thoughts and beliefs that block us, but when these are combined with a shortage of money, our life can only bring us frustration and limitations. And I don’t want this to keep happening to you.
I want you to be able to learn to set aside a tenth part of your earnings to devote that money to study, to improve yourself, and consequently improve your life, perhaps to create a second online business and change your finances and your life forever.
The Tenth Part is For You…
If you want to save more money to reach your dream goals, but are not sure where to start, The Tenth Part will teach you how to improve your finances.
If you want to start a side hustle on the internet and don’t know where to start, here at The Tenth Part I will give plenty of advice and help on that.
The best way to save money is by tithe-ing. This is the tenth part of our income that is set aside for savings, giving, or emergencies. This means that you must make a budget with at least ten percent of your income going towards saving every month. If you feel like this would be too difficult, try starting out by saving five percent and work your way up from there.
If you ever need a hand or have any questions, feel free to leave them below and I will be more than happy to help you out.
All the best,
Miriam Mechelli – Career Coach and Personal Finance Enthusiast