Get the jump on your New Year's debt resolution. Refinance these four loans by December 31st!
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If you've got the post-holiday blues, don't worry — here are 20 inexpensive ways to make January feel a little bit less blah.
If you find yourself procrastinating until the last minute and running out of time, get your act together with this month-by-month schedule.
Make 2013 your year to help the environment...and your wallet. Here a five simple ways to turn over a new leaf and save a little money, too.
It seems like New Year's resolutions were made to be broken. This year, let's change that by looking old resolutions and getting them back on track.
There are a lot of parallels between losing weight and saving money — in fact, some of the best financial advice comes from dieting.
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You don't have to wait for the ball to drop to start improving your life. Instead, pick one (or more!) of these resolutions to begin right now.
Make a New Year's resolution to be more environmentally friendly with these 10 steps to green your life.
If you resolved to take better care of your finances in 2011, learn what to fix first — and how — with this checkup list.
Want to succeed in your New Year's resolutions? Follow these three steps to keep yourself on target.
Make those New Year's resolutions last all year with these techniques to help new habits stick.
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I just finished reading Leo Babauta's productivity book Zen To Done, and it's inspiring me to tackle my overflowing email inbox. Leo has spent the last year honing his own
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