Question Of The Day
Do you pay attention to the markets every day?
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No-Cut November is a challenge to either forgo getting a haircut during the month of November and donating the money to a worthy cause, or having your hair cut as normal and donating anyway.
Here are Today’s “Top 5” Posts:
I learned of the broken windows theory in grad school and found it intriguing. I’ve been thinking about the theory lately as it relates to personal finance.
It’s easy to get stuck in a bubble and think you’re not rich compared to your neighbors. But are you thinking relatively and not absolutely?
I attended the first ever Cents Positive retreat in Denver. Find out what I’m taking away from the experience and if you should attend the next one.
I’m often asked about the money advice that has helped shape the life I live today. While I still have a lot to learn, I have grown a lot in just the past few years, and part of that comes from following the things I’m sharing with you today.
“If you have to work at it, it isn’t meant to be” – Is that true about money? Can you save up enough even if you are not naturally good at saving money?
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