When is Education Most Valuable?

Editor’s Note: This is a guest post from Anna Miller. Please Enjoy! In today’s world of cutthroat competition, it’s impossible to survive without a decent education. It’s the key that opens the doors to a good job and a stable life. And with a strong academic foundation, it’s easy to change the direction of your […]

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Personal Finance Challenge #21: Look To The Future First

I am not sure if he first came up with it, but leadership author and speaker Stephen Covey popularized the phrase, “Begin With the End in Mind”. It basically means that if you have any leadership goal or objective you want to achieve you start thinking about your end result, then work backward from there […]

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How To Change a Bad Mood – 5 Tips To Help You Feel Better Quickly

Editor’s Note: This is a guest post written by Mark Tyrrell that gives us some practical advice about how to control our mood and emotional level. Enjoy! The good news is that moods are much more controllable than most people realize. Most of us have at one time been struck by a gloomy or irritable […]

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10 Ways to Spread Holiday Cheer

Well, Christmas is upon us here in the US and in many other parts of the world. The decorations are up. The tree looks great. The Christmas cards are sent out. And we are almost done counting down our 12 days and getting ready to feast and share presents. I am super excited to be […]

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Interesting News From the Blogosphere

I have just run across two interesting articles that are must reads for anyone interested in blogs. The first comes from Darren Rowse at Problogger. This weekend he allowed bloggers to give an “elevator pitch” of their blog on his website. It is definitely an interesting social experiment to check out. On his recent update […]

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How to Choose Between Two Good Things

This has to be the question of the century… I think most or all of us can safety say that we can choose between a bad thing and a good thing. For instance, faced with certain death or certain life we will choose life. Unless we are a martyr or suicidal… We choose the good […]

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Hi All, I want to say Happy Thanksgiving to all of you and your families. I am very grateful to have you as my readers, and I appreciate you taking the time out of your day to read this. 😉 Have you started thinking about what you are thankful for this holiday season? This is […]

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The Personal Finance Challenge Series

As I was driving in my car today I was thinking about what “personal finance” means to me, and how I can help other people improve their own personal finances. At the beginning of this year I had high hopes of writing a ton of personal finance content to supplement a future book that combines […]

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Best Weight Lifting Routine

Whether you want to gain muscle mass, lose weight, look better, or feel better, it is wise to consider adding weight lifting to any workout you are currently doing. Or begin the foundation of any long term exercise routine with a few months spent in a gym getting stronger overall. The benefits to weight lifting […]

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How much is your overall health worth?

Here is an interesting question for you… How much is your overall health worth? This question came up over a discussion about the value of a multivitamin. Yet, I think this could apply to any mix of supplements including vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, protein, fiber, or any other supplement you can think of. How much is […]

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