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  • Make Small Changes to Improve Your Overall Satisfaction

    Tweet Every now and again, we all feel trapped. It’s common to feel as though you are trapped in your life. Sometimes, I feel trapped in my work, hemmed about by all that I need to do, and unable to enjoy myself. Other times I […]

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  • An Open Letter to Pedestrians of what NOT to do

    Tweet Let me preface this with: I am not those types of drivers who speed up to try and make the orange light. I used to be, but it just wasn’t worth it, and quite frankly what’s another 30 seconds or so? I am also […]

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  • The Pressure to Stay Fit

    Tweet Kindness could be my second name, most of the times! ;- ) I’m the smiley type of person, one that others probably describe as “energetic” or “passionate”. It’s all-in, almost always. But I must admit that I feel a little fed-up today. It might […]

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  • Could You Financially Handle a Divorce?

    Tweet Divorce is not a Fun Subject. However, it’s something that many people have to deal with — and it’s something that can have a big impact on your finances. Understanding your situation, and preparing yourself to deal with the possibility is a requirement if […]

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  • Budgeting the Small Things with Your Phone: 5 Money Managing Apps

    Tweet Managing personal finances can be one of the most difficult skills to improve on. But once money management is mastered it will remain a life-long skill that will help you to stress less about your finances, feel more financially secure, and hopefully stretch your […]

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  • Not the kind of Girl who can wash her face with Olive Oil

    Tweet (Don’t you just want to dip a piece of bread in that and drizzle some balsamic vinegar ALL OVER IT?) NTKOG (Not that kind of girl): who would think olive oil would be something good to put on her combination skin, as a cleanser. […]

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  • Do You Know How to Network?

    Tweet I’m not the world’s best networker. I’m an introvert, so it takes a lot out of me to get out there and try to connect with others. But I make the effort when I attend conferences like the Financial Blogger Conference. I’ve gone every […]

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  • Before You Buy, Decide If You Can Afford the Home Loan

    Tweet Your home is one of the biggest financial commitments you can make. In fact, since a home costs so much, you will likely need a loan in order to buy it. Since you need a home loan to make your purchase, it’s important to […]

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  • Modern Nomadism

    Tweet Just read a rather interesting link: Does moving a lot as a child create adult baggage? “My original interest was in cultural differences and well-being,” said Shigehiro Oishi, the lead author, a psychology professor at the University of Virginia. He was born in Fukuoka, Japan, […]

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  • How to Prepare for a Convention

    Tweet Some of you might own or write for a blog just like I do. If so, you might be aware of the FinCon conference taking place this weekend at St. Louis. As you read these lines, I’m already there with many other financial bloggers! […]

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