What Price Would You Pay to Have it All?

The car, the house, the wardrobe. The exotic vacations, the gorgeous jewelry, the memberships to exclusive clubs. These are just

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Life Lessons from Paying off $14K in Credit Card Debt in Less than a Year

I’ve talked a lot about my efforts to live a more fiscally responsible life, from the bad habits I’ve kicked

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Do You Always Have an Excuse for Why You Can’t Meet Your Goals?

On most Fridays, I reserve this space for my Friday Link Love posts, where I give credit to the wonderful

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I Freak Out When My Inbox is Empty: The Trials & Tribulations of Freelancing

It’s been about two months since I quit my full-time job in order to pursue my dream of being my

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Financial Freedom Doesn’t Just Happen; It’s Earned

Have you ever wanted something so bad that you can taste it? That’s how I’ve felt for the past few

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Realistic Ways to Recover from a Financial Setback

It can happen to any of us: One month you’re plugging along with your various financial goals and the next

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Increased Productivity = More Money in My Pocket

This Thursday marks my 3 week anniversary of quitting my full-time job. While I’m still somewhat adjusting to the new

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When You Assume, You Make an Ass Out of…..

Chances are you’ve heard the adage, “When you assume, you make an “ass” out of “u” and “me.” While this

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Personal Finance and Lance Armstrong: What You Can Learn from Lance’s Fall from Grace

A few months ago, mentioning the name ‘Lance Armstrong’ invoked the following thoughts: strong, courageous, survivor; role model. These days?

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