Archive for February, 2013


Realistic Reasons why Luxury Cars can Kill a Dream

If you are like most people, being able to purchase and enjoy a luxury car, is right at the top of your bucket list. With interest rates at an all-time low, you may even be contemplating the thought even stronger. Before heading to that dealership where suits and refreshments are an ordinary sight, think about [...]

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Be Aware of Selective Spending

We all do it to some extent or other, spend without being truly aware of the little impulsive items we buy thinking ‘It’s only a dollar.’ The idea of writing down all of the money we spend, from the change our jeans pocket to the latte we grab as we dash thru Dutch Bros. for [...]

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Learn From Your Mistakes

Human beings are an excellent example of the sum of all parts. Everything that has happened to us, good or bad, since birth, has played a role in who we are today. The “Nature vs. Nurture” debate is ongoing, but I believe that both play a part in our lives. Not only do your successes [...]

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Hang your Financial Stress Upside Down before it Drives you Batty

Money, no money, savings, no savings, work, no work, are all symbols that you have a major worry. It seems that no matter what we have, or what we do, the creeping insecurity of being financial stable, never leaves us alone. Letting the subject fester and build to extreme proportions, can turn you into a [...]

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Overcoming Writer’s Block

Easy reading is damn hard writing. ~Nathaniel Hawthorne As any writer can tell you, writer’s block is a serious problem when you have a deadline. Any author who is honest with himself will also tell you that writer’s block is sometimes just a lack of focus. It’s not always easy to write, especially if you [...]

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Would You Like To Learn How to Earn By Teaching Others Online?

New opportunities open up for those wishing to make money each time technology takes a step forward. That includes the distance learning that takes place for many college students as they take online courses. There is another side to this as well. Not only degreed professors have the opportunity to work from anywhere they like [...]

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Positive Impact Activities that affect our Lives for the Better

There are all kinds of consequences for the things that we do and one of the most important is the impact they have on our lives. Ensuring that activities will provide a positive impact is dependent on several things. One is the activity itself and another is our attitude when it comes to these activities. [...]

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Talking About Spousal Overspending Requires Tact

There’s a plethora of suggestion on the internet about how to handle the situation of spousal overspending. With the economy and jobs spiraling downwards each year for the past six years or so, it may be something you haven’t noticed before. There is no way one person can put money aside for a rainy day [...]

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Take Control of Your Spending

Needless spending is a very easy habit to fall into, and it usually happens so gradually that you don’t really notice until you stop and think about it. When you get a raise in pay, it’s very hard not to treat yourself to something that you normally wouldn’t buy, but if you don’t stop and [...]

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