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    Save $35K: Build Your House with Those Simple Tricks

    Tweet My husband and I met about 6 years ago. We spent the first year together building our future house. We built it ourselves and subcontracted what we couldn’t do. The choices we made were ours. Still, we were young and we surely did make […]

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    How to Shop For Annuities

    Tweet Making the decision to invest can be scary for a first-timer. With so many options and possible wrong turns, a lot of people don’t even want to try. A great place to start is with an annuity. There are a lot of advantages to […]

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    4 Tips for Avoiding a Holiday Shopping Meltdown

    Tweet One of the most common difficulties associated with holiday shopping is the meltdown. At some point during the holiday season, you reach a point at which you can take no more of the insanity. The lines. The crowds. The endless displays fighting for your […]

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    Using Sun Tzu – The Art of War to Fight Office Battles

    Tweet I consider Sun Tzu’s The Art of War to be my Career Bible of sorts. I received the book as a gift for my 19th birthday from a mentor. I’ve never let it go since. So yes, you heard it here first: I apply […]

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    5 Things I’ve Learned from my Husband’s Ironman

    Tweet I consider my husband and I active people. However, my husband is much more than active. He’s actually an athlete – he wouldn’t admit it as humble as he is. He started running about three years ago, but I remember how I laughed at […]

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    How To Take a Tax Deductible Trip

    Tweet This time of year is an exciting one for me. It’s a time of year when I do a lot of travel that is work related. I attend the Financial Blogger Conference, and I usually go to NMX at the beginning of the year. […]

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    Don’t forget to wash your reusable bags!

    Tweet Just a friendly reminder to everyone who uses reusable shopping bags (thank you!) to please hot wash them on a regular basis. This seems to only apply if you buy raw meats. Tests on shoppers’ bags revealed half contained traces of E.coli, a lethal […]

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    The Mary Kay Black and Pink World: Would I recommend it?

    Tweet After reviewing The Approach, How it Operates in 15 Points and My Own Experience, time to conclude on this series has come! Will I recommend it to you dear readers? Did I make money as an Independent Consultant? –>How to resume the Mary Kay […]

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    Would You Give Up What You Like to Pinch Pennies?

    Tweet One of the tenets of the frugality movement is that little expenses can add up. Over time, the pennies you pinch could make you rich. While I don’t have a problem with penny-pinching and frugality if that’s your thing, I do struggle with the […]

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    What did you receive for your college graduation?

    Tweet When I graduated, I received major pressure from my mother to attend my graduation (I skipped it, as I find ceremonies horribly boring). In contrast, everyone else in my family was in favour of me SKIPPING my graduation, getting pictures taken on the near-empty […]

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