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How Realism and Creativity Can Help You Get Out of Debt

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How To Sprint Successfully Towards Your Financial Goals

When I complain about my spending habits to people, I often hear that if I had some big financial goals, long-term saving plans and far-reaching dreams, I would stop spending. Instead, I would work towards achieving these great goals and grand ideas. I was even asked if I know what my long-term financial goals are in this life. Hmmm… I… Read more »

What I am Changing in 2012

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Usually I don’t make any New Year’s resolutions. I never felt that I had to do it. I liked the feeling of freedom of a resolution-less year. I felt free to chose, adjust, and move forward without constantly looking back over my shoulder and questioning myself if my actions are in line or on track with my pre-set, pre-determined declarations…. Read more »