We’ve all done it – set a goal, then failed to reach it. If it’s important, why don’t we follow through? One reason might be our attitude. In this post, I ask you to ponder the power of positivity.
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A look at five interesting personal finance posts from other bloggers around the Web. This week: Working from home is often a scam, home repair can be easy, how to feed a family for $100 a week, how to pay for college in three years, and a personal story about two dads.
If you’re one of the 50 million Americans without health insurance, you may think your only healthcare option is the emergency room. Not true. If you’re going without insurance, or know someone who is, this post is just what the doctor ordered.
I received an email from a reader irritated that we do things like have contests and such to get people to “like us” on Facebook or follow us on Twitter. Here’s a brief explanation of why we do these seemingly random – and apparently irritating – things.
If you’re not concerned about the Greek debt crisis, you should be. The Acropolis isn’t the only thing crumbling in Greece, and if things unravel in Europe, we’re going to feel it here.
Ever set a goal, then fail to follow through? You’re not alone. If you find it hard to stay focused on the future, you have temporal myopia. Not to worry – here’s the fix.
Saving money isn’t as hard as it seems. Step 1? Stop needlessly blowing it. Take a look at the following checklist and see if you’re guilty of wasting cash.