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It's Mother’s Day. Forget breakfast in bed. Instead, take some things off of mom’s ever-growing, never-ending to-do list.
Today we found some awesome articles on controling your money and mind, splitting costs with your partner, and life truths you should live by.
Taking a vacation is getting more expensive each year. But staying at a hotel doesn't have to break the bank. If you know your way around a desk clerk, you can find or negotiate
Stop wasting your money on stuff you don't need or can find cheaper alternatives for, okay? This list will help you do just that.
If you're worried about how much you're spending, keep your wallet in check with this simple daily task that has profound long-term effects.
These timeless qualities can make you an indispensable part of any company or business, or can help you strike out on your own: Flexibility and Resourcefulness.
Today we found some of the best articles around the web on everything related to your home!
Brevity is the soul of wit — and the soul of clear, easily understood communication. Learn how to say less and communicate more.
Although it's targeted at divorced women, this book is a valuable read for women of any relationship status who want to take control of their finances.
Today we found some awesome articles on saving on designer wear, cleaning without cleaning, and re-evaluating financial priorities.
Today, we share tips to help you be the most interesting you can be, a tutorial for adding an adjustable waist to pants, and an eco-friendly, budget-wise idea for gift wrapping.
How do you collect on delinquent accounts without damaging the customer relationship? How do you manage the balance between keeping a steady stream of new clients coming through
Moving is stressful and expensive, but there are ways to cut costs. Trust me: I've worked for a moving company.
Look around your home. Do you possess many of these talismans of the self-confident?
Here are the fine points of negotiating for rental space, including a few opportunities a newer business owner might miss.
Who the IRS considers an employee and who it considers a contractor doesn't always match what a business owner might expect.
Today we found some amazing articles on ways for families to save in September, financial steps to a rich life, and turning financial disaster into financial independence.
The value of social media lies mostly in the daily process of helping every employee do their job more efficiently and effectively.
If you think about the time and effort that went into these truly offensive costumes, it makes your headspin, gruesomely, like in The Exorcist.
From that small start, Tsilli Pines has built a business on creating modern ketubot.
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