Continuing from Part 1, you may also want to take a look on our four-part series about goals and planning :
The greater burden in win this situation is psychological and emotional. You have responsibilities: keeping a roof over your head, feeding and clothing yourself and your family. Then you have obligations: loans and bills that need to be paid. The pressure from all sides can be overwhelming.
The counter-intuitive thing to do here, aside from collapsing into a frazzled heap, is to be, well, cold-blooded about it. Reason should lead over emotion. You want less stress over money, you want more money coming in, you need to be cool and calculating (literally) going about things.
Another recommendation at this point is the 2 part series, Building Buffers 1 and 2. Continue reading How to Plan for Multiple Revenue Sources 2