Category Archive: Advice

36 Thoughts As I Turn 36

36 Things I Have Learned in 36 Years of Existence “The more sand that has escaped from the hourglass of our life, the clearer we should see through it.” -Jean-Paul Satre (This post may contain affiliate links – they help pay to keep the site running) It was my birthday last week. It was just like …

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I’ve Made $25,000 Posting on Steemit.com – So Can You!

I have Steemit cryptocurrency worth $25,000 and I spent NO money obtaining it. Sounds too good to be true? It’s not. In fact, you can start accumulating this cryptocurrency by doing what you are already doing – posting interesting things on sites like Reddit, Facebook, Imgur, Instagram, or your own blog. If it is good …

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10 Excuses About Money And What To Do Instead

Excuses, Excuses, Excuses We have all used excuses for not doing what we should be. We do this to avoid being blamed or to avoid doing something we don’t want to. It is no different when it comes to saving and investing as the majority of people have plenty of excuses as to why they …

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How to Think Critically: Strengthen Your Mind For Success In Life

  I want you to develop your mind to think critically. I want you to learn critical thinking so that you are more able to analyze and solve complex problems in the best possible way. Critical Thinking It can help you in your career by finding new ways to do business and improve teamwork. It can help …

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Are Money Problems Ruining Your Marriage? Here Is How You Can Stop Financial Arguments.

Traditional wedding vows usually contain the phrase “for richer or poorer.” Meaning that you love each other and the amount of money you have will not affect that love, for better or worse. I am pretty sure that our ancestors added that in because they knew that money problems are one of the most common …

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