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Almost everybody makes New Year's resolutions, and almost nobody keeps them for more than a few weeks. But resolutions can work — here's how.
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Competence is comfortable — but maybe it shouldn't be. Doing things you're bad at has some serious mental, physical, and emotional benefits.
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Yeah, it sounds harsh. But accepting responsibility for your bad behavior might be the first step to improving your relationship with your finances.
Throwing away food is like throwing away money. These recipes will help you stop wasting both — and make your leftover food taste totally new.
Being frugal doesn't mean being stuck at home alone reading library books and watching free TV. Discover how to save money — and get out of your house.
Many people dream of being rich, but few of us are willing to take the steps to get there — or we take the wrong ones. Here's a better plan.
Working from home has its perks, but it's definitely not for everyone. Learn the truth, and then decide if you REALLY want to work from home.
One writer was taught when she was very young — it's a commitment to the little things that makes the big things work.
With the Internet and other resources, it can be easy to solve problems without actual problem solving. Learn why you should do things the hard way.
Winnie the Pooh has remained one of the most endearing characters in children's literature — but there's a lot he can teach us adults about money, too.
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If getting things done is so important, why does doing nothing feel so good? Discover how to do less — and become happier and more productive.
If a top hedge fund manager takes out his garbage, you could say that it cost him more than $100,000. What is your time worth?
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