I’ve gotten some amazing feedback from you guys after some recent personality disorder posts I’ve written. As a result, I’ve put together an email course with more information about personality disorders!
I’ve written and assembled this course to provide information for educational purposes only. This information is not designed to diagnose, treat, or cure any mental illness. This course’s purpose is to provide you with information about personality disorders and encourage you to seek a professional in your area if you believe you or someone you care about may have a personality disorder.
I’ve included some common terms and definitions, different ways personality disorders are grouped, and bonus material! In addition, I’ve written 10 posts worth of information about different personality disorders that I’ve included in this course. You’ll also receive awesome extras with more information about all the current DSM personality disorders!
Recently, I’ve been creating free extras to go with my recent posts. Instead of making you chase them all down to download them, I’ve rounded them all up in my free resource library: The Furry Finches Freesource Library!
To go along with my recent series, I’ve created a workbook to help you through the entire process of creating a successful debt repayment plan. This workbook is one of the most recent items included in the library, along with the free Debt Repayment Plan checklist.
If you’d like to read through the series after you get your workbook, you can read through the series here:
- What it is and why it’s important
- How to calculate your debt pay-off date
- Common budgeting techniques
- The best way to apply extra payments
- Tips for controlling spending
- Making better financial choices
- Creating strong financial goals
- Putting it all together
If you’d like access to these freebies, and MORE, sign up now!
Today, we’re going to be wrapping up the Debt Repayment Plan Series! We’ll be putting it all together to create our successful debt repayment plans!
If you have been following along with the Debt Repayment Series, you’ll notice a lot of today’s final post is a review of previous posts. If you would like more detailed information on a specific topic, simply click on the heading to be taken to the original post.
I just finished listening to The One Thing by Gary W. Keller and Jay Papasan, and I enjoyed it so much I’ve decided to make it my Friday Favorite! This is not a sponsored post and all opinions are 100% my own. I have included an affiliate link to the book on Amazon, so if you buy it through that link I might get compensated.
The One Thing by Gary W. Keller and Jay Papasan has been very inspiring, particularly related to my journey with blogging. The book inspired me to create a strong plan of action, focusing on my ultimate goal and working backwards to what I should be doing now. I am a new blogger and have struggled with feeling overwhelmed by the many, MANY things that go in to running a blog. Listening to this book helped me to calm down and whittle down to my ONE thing, focusing on my priority and working towards my ultimate goal with focus and purpose.
I’ve been on a font-kick recently. I love fonts. I’m typically rather picky about how something looks, so I prefer to type things instead of handwriting them. Not to mention I don’t like my handwriting so I enjoy the ability to make documents look handwritten without actually writing them.
I have probably close to 250+ fonts on my computer and I love having the flexibility to combine a variety of different styles together to create beautiful schedules, to-do lists, and more! Without further adieu…
Here’s a list of 22 free & fun fonts!
Attract More Women
Baxter and Layla
Beautiful Every Time
Champagne & Limousines
Cul De Sac
Digs My Hart
Doodle Pen Limited
dirty little secrets
What is your favorite font?