How to Avoid Being a Workaholic as a Busy Professional

April 21, 2015

When we find a career that we love, it can be difficult finding that perfect balance between your home life and your work life. You want to keep on top of things with work, because your success brings you joy and makes you feel accomplished. But you also want to keep some sort of separation […]

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3 Ways Broadway Gives Back to the Community

March 6, 2015

What comes to your mind when you think of Broadway? Shows, musicals, New York City, drama, excitement? Bright lights and showstoppers are commonly associated with Broadway shows, but what you may not think of is the impact Broadway has on the community. Purchasing Broadway tickets and experiencing the performing arts are also philanthropic initiatives. Check […]

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How Better Laundry Habits Can Cut Your Power Bill

February 26, 2015
Laundry Habits

Finding small ways to save energy is vital to conservation — in the process of changing a few habits, you will not only benefit the environment but also save money on your energy bills. Want proof? Consider the laundry room. For most homeowners, the laundry is a perfect place to start in terms of energy […]

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How to Buy the Right Life Insurance Policy

January 26, 2015
How to Buy The Right Life Insurance

Buying insurance is a very serious matter. You hope that you will never need it. However, if an emergency arises that requires you to use your insurance, you need to be certain that you are properly covered. Buying the right insurance for your car by comparing auto insurance quotes can save you a lot of […]

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Should You Pay Your Child for Getting Good Grades?

January 23, 2015

Life is all about incentives. We work hard in order to get a paycheck to live our lives. We stay fit in order to maintain our health and live longer. We recreate in order to enjoy ourselves and have something to look forward to. So many people feel that offering a monetary reward to their […]

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2015: The Year You’ll Finally (Save Enough to) Buy a New Car

January 6, 2015
New Car

Want to know a secret? Actually, it’s not a secret. It’s something I tell (almost) everyone I meet—at least those who are interested in talking about saving, budgeting and debt-free living. My husband and I bought our first car in cash without draining our savings account. This goes to show that you can afford to […]

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Tips for a First-Time DIY Home Flipper

December 23, 2014
Tips for a first time DIY Home Flipper

  Real estate investing has always been a popular method for making your money work for you. Land development and holding, long-term investing, REIT’s and rental properties have attracted people far and wide as ways to invest money in order to create multiple streams of income that lead to wealth and liberty. But one of […]

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