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Day 24: 5 Ways to Make Your Money Work For You

You don’t have to be a Wall Street wiz kid – all it takes is being mindful of when you spend your money, why you’re spending it, and what your true goals really are. r

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Day 32: Would You Do This For 10 Minutes A Day To Retire 10 Years Early?

Do you long to be able to take off a few years while you are still young and healthy and travel, spend time on your hobbies or doing something else you love? Do you want to feel the confidence that comes when you’re not sweating the balance in your account? r

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Skipping the Latte Could Cost You: Why Cutting Back Can Sometimes Cost You More

I’ve been dropping into my favorite coffee shop for years. Then, amid the buzz over the economy and what a waste of money my lattes were, I stopped. Afterward, I found that while passing that coffee shop I missed the smell, the people, the “me time.” r

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Financially Conscious – an Oxymoron?

Because we think anything financial is contradictory to being conscious. But, I don’t use these two words for special effect; I believe being financially conscious is the only way to put our money problems and worries to rest once and for all. r

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Distinguishing Between Price and Value

Yes, it’s always going to be a subjective judgment, and sometimes you’ll get it wrong. But by recognizing that there’s a difference between the fixed price and the value that you’ll derive, you give yourself a much higher chance of getting it right. r

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3 Ways to Curb Your Impulse Shopping Online

Over the past few years, most of us have got used to shopping online. It doesn’t seem odd to us that some stores – Amazon most famously – exist only online, with no high street presence. And many of us buy everything from our groceries to our music on the net. r