GARDEN DESIGN ON A DIME via @moneywisdoms

I’m always looking for great ways for my house to look good without breaking the bank and I’m loving the tips from Samirian Hill’s newsletter and knew I needed to share with you!

June 2012
Greetings s! 

We are at the halfway point for 2012!  How are you coming with your financial goals?  I hope that you are on track. If not, pull out the list from January and keep pressing forward.  Start over, if you must.  It is an ongoing process.   If you are on track, congratulations!  To everyone:  this is your year!  Stay committed and stay focused!
This month’s Women of Wisdom Circle Chat will feature Gabriella Barthlow, Senior Counselor at Alpha Advisory Group.  We will discuss The Truth about Bankruptcy!  I call Gabriella, The REAL DEAL.  She tells it like it is – straight, no chaser!
The Money Wisdom Book Club will resume in September, as I spend the summer months penning my own book to be released later this year.  Knowledge is Power and Wisdom Lingers!
As always, thank you for your support as we continue on this mission to elevate the collective money wisdom of all, so that we all can live lives of freedom and purpose!
To your prosperity!


Summer is in full bloom!  Have you completed your summer garden yet?  I’m guilty, I have not.  Below are a few tips on how to exercise your green thumb, while keeping more green in your pocket.

1. Set a spending limit. No one plans to spend a lot of money on flowers and plants, but it sure is easy to do. Decide how much you plan to spend, set your spending limit and stick to it.

2.  Start plants from seed. Growing perennials from seed may come with some trial and error, and it can take several years before the plants become the brilliant array of color you’re going for. The payoff is, though, you can grow lots of flowers for a fraction of what you’d pay for a flat at the store. Then, you can spend that money on buying something else for your garden.

3.  Start with smaller plants. It’s great to have a wonderful looking garden the first day you plant, but if saving money is your goal, you can cut your bill by 60-70 percent just by buying smaller plants.


For more tips, check out my article, Garden Design on a Dime, on B.L.A.C. Detroit Magazine Blog.

B.L.A.C. Magazine is a premier publication on black arts, lifestyle, culture, and events in Detroit.


Fr$ee Teleconference


 The Truth About Bankruptcy!!!


Thursday, June 28, 2012

8:00pm – 9:00pm

Gabriella Barthlow, CFC, CITRMS, CCRR
“Credit Specialist, Educator, Advocate

Gabriella has helped scores of people restore their credit and help them achieve their financial goals. She is a Consumer Law Advocate with over 20 years of experience in mortgage banking, sales, human resources, and financial and consumer law. Gabriella has taught consumer rights classes throughout the United States for organizations ranging from local civic groups to the United Auto Workers. She has provided credit consultations nationally and internationally, as well as appeared on various radio stations and on public television. Gabriella is passionate about helping people restore and maintain good credit throughout their lifetime.

Gabriella is an AFCPE Certified Financial Counselor, an ICFE Certified Identity Theft Risk Management Specialist, ICFE Certified Credit Report Reviewer, and ICFE Certified Medical Billing Advocate.

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Money Wisdom Book Club
The Money Wisdom Book Club will resume in September.


This summer, I’ll be working on my first book, due out this fall:  “Money Wisdom for the Soul”.  Stay tuned for more details.

What book is on your summer reading list?   

I’m checking out:

Thou Shall Prosper (Ten Commandments and for Making Money) by Daniel Lapin 


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What you focus on expands! Knowledge is power!

Money Wisdom for the Month

  “I have everything I need in this moment.”

 I know that I have everything I truly need at this moment. I allow myself to relish the satisfaction of my current achievements.

Prosperously Yours!
Samirian Hill
BudgetWise Financial Solutions

BudgetWise Financial Solutions, LLC is a premier financial education and consulting firm, where we teach people to manage money wisely.
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Samirian is Founder and President of BudgetWise Financial Solutions, LLC, a financial education and consulting firm.
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AUTHOR, MOTHER, SPEAKER, JOURNALIST, CONSULTANT & MORE! Divorced Mother of three, Detroiter, Sylvia Hubbard, is not only an award winning best selling author of over 28 books, but also founder of one of Michigan's largest interactive literary community, The Motown Writers Network/The Michigan Literary Network.

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