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    All the Things You Buy When You Move

    Tweet As part of our move across the country, we downsized quite a bit. Now that we are settling in to our new apartment home, we are realizing that, even though we have most of what we need (arriving today), the reality is that there […]

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    Multipoint, Meeting Recording, and Content Sharing

    Tweet As a form of communication and visual collaboration between people located in different areas, advancements in video conferencing have made the service invaluable in the business world. Long inaccessible to the public due to high costs of infrastructure and the technology required, it is […]

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    10 Pieces of Career and Life Advice

    Tweet I received some advice when I graduated, and here’s the amalgamation of it: (I’m pretty sure these wise sages are just passing on advice read on the internet ;P) Life is short. Don’t waste it working like a dog for a corporation who won’t […]

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    My Cooler of Food for the Road

    Tweet I’m in the midst of a cross-country adventure. After almost a decade in Utah, my family is moving to Pennsylvania. It promises to be an interesting experience all around. But right now, I’m more worried about actually getting to Pennsylvania, since it involves a […]

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    When to buy clothes when they are most likely to be discounted

    Tweet The best sales for wardrobe items are usually in the following months: January = Coats, outerwear and anything winter-y like scarves, gloves and hats February = Boots, High-end jewellery, Cashmere sweaters March = Handbags and Spring raincoats April = Spring Raincoats, All kinds of […]

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    How to Choose Between Two Good Jobs

    Tweet One of the nicest conundrums to have is the requirement to choose between two good job opportunities. My husband began looking for a job in earnest a couple months ago. The job search paid off when he received to good job offers. Both were […]

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    Why giving a gift is not as economically efficient as giving cold, hard cash

    Tweet Personally, I’ve said before that I prefer gifts I can eat, or money. I don’t really enjoy it when people gift me clothing, shoes, or anything that is a personal purchase. External hard drives, or an e-book reader by all means! My address is….. […]

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    How to Handle Life’s Curveballs

    Tweet It’s been an interesting few months for me. I keep running into Life Events that throw me for a loop. From being sick, to providing end-of-life care to a relative, to suddenly getting ready to up and move across the country, the “fun” just […]

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    Calculate how long it’ll take to save double (Rule of 72)

    Tweet A lot of you die-hard PF’ers will have already known this, but The Rule of 72 bears mentioning. Whatever number you are looking at, and divide the number ’72’ by the interest rate. The number you get at the end, will be how long […]

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    Tips for Reducing Health Costs

    Tweet Over time, health costs tend to rise. While there isn’t much you can do about inflation on a macro level, the reality is that there are a few things you can do to reduce your own personal expenses. Here are a few tips for […]

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