With all the information we're faced with every day, it can be hard to know what's what. These seven steps will help you get closer to the truth.
by: Tara Struyk | channel: Personal Development
Humans are emotional, forgetful, and easily overwhelmed: In short, we're not great decision makers. Learn why settling for "good" is the best decision.
by: Tom Harnish | channel: Entrepreneurship, Personal Development, Small Business Resource Center
You know, I hear a lot of people say that frugal people would do anything for dime. Personally, I think that applies more to greedy people, but it got me thinking of a question tha
by: Paul Michael | channel: Frugal Living, Consumer Affairs
I view frugal living as essentially hedonistic: I don't deny myself things. Rather, I spend less on the things I don't care about in order to be able to spend more on the things
by: Philip Brewer | channel: Lifestyle
I've been a closet fan of game shows for years; most likely because I love the idea of getting something for nothing (hey, this is a frugal writer after all). I recently stumbl
by: Paul Michael | channel: Life Hacks, Consumer Affairs
For anything you might buy there are almost limitless choices. For purposes of argument, I'd like to group them into three categories: You can buy the best; you can buy some
by: Philip Brewer | channel: Frugal Living
These postings will pertain to the economy of life, which is all about personal alternatives that shape our financial world.
by: Jabulani Leffall | channel: Frugal Living, Financial News
I'm stealing the title for this post from the cover of a magazine that I saw back in the early 1980s. It caught my eye especially, because at the time I had just gotten a rais
by: Philip Brewer | channel: Frugal Living, Family
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