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    How to Cure Your Midlife Crisis With a Career Change

    Tweet Many people decide to switch careers mid-life, so here are some ways to do it seamlessly. In the end, you should find peace, and more fulfillment.   Start a Pub Start a pub, or open a brewery, or do both. Turn that hobby into […]

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    Living the Dream: Top Reasons to Quit Your Job and Set Out on Your Own

    Tweet A number of people would probably initially say that being self-employed is not something they would want to do with their career, but a number of them actually end up wishing they had done it sooner, when they take the plunge and quit their […]

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    Your 10 Step Budget To Get Out Of Debt

    Tweet Debt is very common nowadays. Your house, car, furniture and even groceries can be bought with credit. If well managed, credit can be a very useful tool. Unfortunately, most of us will go through hard times during their life trying to reduce or eliminate […]

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    Beginning Investment, Starting From Zero, 3 Ways

    Tweet Investment is necessary to anyone’s long term financial health. It takes the process of earning and spending, earning and spending, and brings a new dimension to it. By feeding into a broad portfolio of well chosen investments, your money will grow a lot faster […]

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    Top Five Apps for Saving You Money

    Tweet Saving money should be a priority for anyone who is financially responsible. Technology has made it easier than ever before to save money. There are a range of apps you can download for your mobile device to save money on the go. 1. Mint […]

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    Summer Bucket List Updated

    Tweet I’m a fan of lists. I do lists on a daily basis. It is not necessarily a means to control, but more to be organized and to know what’s to come. Back in May, I did my Summer Bucket List. Well, sometimes life brings […]

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    Recession: Over 7 Years Have Gone by, but Looks Like Yesterday

    Tweet I just got back from a family trip to Cape Cod. It was a weather perfect week and great times with the kids. This year, we went with my brother-in-law and his wife. This was a new adventure for us and there are chances […]

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    Best 15 Moments of My Life

    Tweet I might not be that old, but I’m the type of person who likes doing some introspection at times. To me, lists are perfect for this because it clearly highlights some traits of your personality or important moments in your life. For some reason, […]

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    Knowledge at Your Fingertips: Online Learning Strategies for Success

    Tweet Online courses have a created a wealth of opportunities for anyone who is working full time and looking to further their qualifications or for students who are unable or unwilling to attend a conventional classroom situation. The flexibility that a modern solution like online […]

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    Couple Finances: What’s Love Got to Do With it?

    Tweet When it comes to couples’ finances, most people will tend to separate love from money. Nowadays, most couples have separate accounts and have an agreement to split bills. Sometimes it’s 50/50, sometimes it’s relative to each partner’s salary. Well, despite what advisors might say, […]

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