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    Are You Making Excuses About Your Financial Situation?

    Tweet When my husband and I first married, we were struggling college students, living off student loans and the money gifts received at our wedding. We were sure that we were living prudently with our money, proclaiming that we couldn’t cut anything from our budget, […]

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    An Online Business Accounting System That Makes Things Simple For You

    Tweet This is a guest post. For many business owners, the thought of taxes, accounting, and numbers can be overwhelming, boring, and difficult to comprehend. Most business owners have a big picture mentally as they are innovative, decision makers who want to change the world […]

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    How to Spend Money or Gifts Cards Received?

    Tweet If you’re a lucky one like me, you received some money or gift cards for Christmas. Not that I really need them, but might as well take some time to really think about the best ways to use them. When I was younger, I’d […]

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    Ringing in a New Year with Goals to Improve Myself

    Tweet At the end of last week, Vero posted her goals for 2014. Like her, I like to keep my resolutions few in number, relatively simple, and aimed at improving my life. In the past, it was common for me to create a whole list […]

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    The Insatiable Lust for Logos not Luxury

    Tweet We can all agree, that the true sense of the word “luxury” is not the same today, as it was in the past. In the end, if anyone and everyone can just walk in with enough money and buy whatever they want, is it […]

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    New Year’s Resolutions… to Win!

    Tweet Every time a year is ending, I think about what I could do better for the year coming. I’m surely not the only one! About 45% of Americans usually make resolutions. I’m quite sure statistics are similar for Canadians. According to a researchers group […]

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    What is Your Favorite Christmas Tradition?

    Tweet If you celebrate Christmas, chances are that you have some sort of tradition. The holiday season comes with a number of things that many of us have enjoyed since we were kids. I enjoy the tradition of sending Christmas cards. I think it offers […]

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    Weird MBA Questions that are fun to answer

    Tweet These are some of the strange MBA Admissions questions thrown to applicants, and I thought it’d be fun to answer a couple (without the whole pressure of wanting to become an MBA student, of course). If you were a tree, what kind of tree […]

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    5 Free (Yet Romantic) Gifts for Your Lover + What to Avoid

    Tweet With the Holidays coming, we often wonder how to please the loved one. Over the years, I discovered that the best “gifts” given or received were always the ones that cost nothing. The actual gift was: quality time spent together. This is why we […]

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    Traveling for the Holidays? It’ll Cost You Extra

    Tweet Many people choose to travel for the holidays. It’s a time to be with family, and if you don’t live close to family, it’s only natural that you want to find a way to bridge the distance. My small family doesn’t travel in time […]

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