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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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  • Career Gameplan

    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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    Could you, would you want to be a stay at home parent?

    Tweet Background into my own immediate family My dad was the stay at home father for the most part. Granted, he worked part time and my mother didn’t work at all, but she was a struggling, more-than-full-time adult student who had a lot of learning […]

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