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4 simple ways to spend less and enjoy more this holiday season.

Nothing Succeeds Like Excess The end of the year can be a time when our financial plans go out the window. We end up spending like a drunken sailor, only to wake up in the new year feeling hungover when we look at our credit card balance. I used to experience this every year. IContinue Reading

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Don’t let this sneaky habit drain you this holiday season – 3 simple steps to refuel.

For many of us the holiday season is about giving. I absolutely love giving gifts. In fact, my gift expense category is often one of the highest line items when I do my end of the year finances. A few years ago, though, my mom, my sister Ann and I decided not to do giftsContinue Reading

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Going in.

I don’t know about you but for the past week and a half or so I’ve felt harried. Rushed. Frazzled. Spazzy. And a little fried. It’s felt like I’m on a speeding train hurtling towards the end of 2012 and not only am I not in control of it, no one is! Ever felt thatContinue Reading

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I wanna hold your hand.

The first time I remember thinking I was fat I was seven years old. Can you relate? How old were you? It’s twenty years later now, and it still makes me sad to recall the long and emotional journey I’ve had with food, my body, and my weight. I spent tons of time and energyContinue Reading

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