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    Tech Businesses that Changed it all

    Tweet Not long ago, we didn’t know what a “blog” was. Let’s admit it; we all associated this concept with some weird geeks in an unlighted basement. Some businesses changed it all. Without us having time to really understand it, the whole world faced some […]

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    How Much Do You Value Your Time?

    Tweet For a long time, I’ve felt that time is more valuable than money. Jim Rohn’s famous quote (h/t: InvestorJunkie) only reinforces this idea: Time is more valuable than money. You can get more money, but you cannot get more time. I’ve though about that […]

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    Musical Instruments: The Benefits and Cost

    Tweet When I was younger I was a real music geek. Add on top of that the following: my love for reading manga watching anime before it became “cool” and mainstream reading in general (the library was my second home) eating chocolate bars in secret […]

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    Staycation: Enjoying Your Own Backyard

    Tweet While I love to travel, there are times when it just doesn’t make a lot of sense for me to pack up and go somewhere far, far away. I’ve got a family. I’ve got other responsibilities. And, even though I can take my work […]

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    What are considered one-off expenses?

    Tweet I have a horrible habit of doing this. “Oh that’s a one-off.” “So is this expense.” “And this one too.” But quite frankly, if it isn’t a daily occurrence, I consider it a one off expense. Even if it’s a YEARLY occurrence like renewing […]

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    Are there Downsides to Comparison Shopping?

    Tweet One of the biggest pieces of advice offered to savvy shoppers is to do a little comparison shopping. You need to do this to get the best bang for your buck, right? But what if there are downsides to comparison shopping? Before you decide […]

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    What to buy for your first apartment

    Tweet Thinking back to my very first adult apartment after getting out of college, I thought I’d do a post on what I think would be handy for a first-timer. I remember moving out and thinking: Wait a minute. What do I need? I don’t […]

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    Small Family? A Warehouse Club Membership Can Still Work for You

    Tweet When I was growing up, my parents shopped at Sam’s Club. This made a lot of sense for our family, since there were five kids. That’s a lot of mouths to feed. My parents could pay a monthly membership fee to the warehouse club […]

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    Green Deep-Conditioning Techniques

    Tweet Method #1: Straight up plain ol’ Coconut oil Coconut oil Melt it in your hands (it melts VERY quickly, and turns into a consistency similar to mineral oil), and rub it through your hair. Tie your hair up and leave it for at least […]

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    What’s Your Career Gameplan?

    Tweet I’ve been thinking a lot about my career lately. When I say that, people who know me look at me funny. “But, Miranda, don’t you already have the career you want?” Besides, where else can you go when you are a freelance ladder. I’ve […]

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