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    Have You Ever Had a Mock Interview?

        I’m competitive by nature.   What I like about sport is the discipline, effort and the challenge. In fact, I like these 3 components so much that I try to shift my whole life in a sense where I can feel that I’m...

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    It’s Easy for You to Say

    There are countless reasons to spend money you don’t have. You’re overly optimistic about your future earning potential. You don’t want to work hard for the money. You feed off instant gratification. You can’t pass up a good deal. You’re immature. You deserve it. Stop...

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    Everything has its limitations: Maxmize the gap between your earning and spending!

    You can only cut back on so much and You can only make so much money! I know everyone talks about both independently as if one is better than the other, and it’s true. If you save a lot of your money, you’re in good...

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    What is the Last Time You Did Something for the First Time?

      ~Experience is not a skill. It is an attitude~ Ralph Marston   The way I manage my life is a little bit weird. I tend to handle the chaos of my life and put everything back in its place. It can be at work,...

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    How to Face Your Future…Literally

    You’ve heard it before. Cancel your magazine subscriptions. Eat meatless meals once a week. Pickle your own beets. Do this, and you could save – I dunno – $50 a month. Invest the extra cash in the stock market, and in forty years, you could...

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    Traveling on the Cheap and on a Budget

    Plan the list of attractions ahead of time I make a list of all the attractions I want to visit, and then I list the prices of each attraction. Then I look for bundled packages so that I can save money on a bunch of...

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    Early Retirement Extreme Idea or Reality?

        As my first “official” post on FB, I thought of sharing one of my financial goals obsessions. As a father of three at the age of 30, I realized early in life that there are a lot more important things in life than...

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    What’s a Stay-at-Home Mom Worth These Days?

    Every year releases a study detailing what a stay-at-home mom (SAHM) would earn if her duties were outsourced. In 2011, a SAHM was worth about $115K a year. To many a working woman, that figure is abso-fricking-lutely ridiculous. Before I get into why a...

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    The world is full of people making a good living, but living poor lives

    When I first started out in personal finance, I didn’t understand why everyone kept emphasizing to cut back on daily expenses as the #1 rule to building wealth. I mean, isn’t having a large salary and making pots of money being wealthy? Look at all...

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    Cost-Co Kirkland Makeup Wipes meant an 80% savings for me!

    I wear makeup mostly only to work, big events, or when I go out, and I let my skin breathe without it on the weekends. As a result, I need to remove it nightly. I used to buy those little liquid bottles of makeup remover...

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