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Here are Today’s Best Posts:
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I have a guest post this week. It is from one of my blogger buddies in Canada, Chrissy who Take it away Chrissy…… blogs over at Eat Sleep Breathe FI. She will talk about time management tips for parents. I got into the subject on time management late last year after reading Laura Vankerkam’s book, “Off the Clock” (my review here).
This week, I read two articles that I found to be intriguing and sobering. There are implications for how you should plan to manage your career and finances, and for how you should expect your feelings of fulfillment and happiness to shift in your later years. What does this mean for your working years?
When it comes to housing, it can get tricky to determine exactly how much of your income you should spend. Because there are now more of us working remotely than ever before, a larger percentage of the younger population is choosingrent instead of buying.
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