Holidays

How To Start Your Financial Year Right

Financial Plan
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Tweet Happy New Year!   Are you worried about your finances already?  Here’s how to put it all into perspective and start your financial year the right way! Reflect Yes, it has to be done.  If you haven’t already, take some time and think about what happened (or didn’t happen) with your finances and investments last [...]

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Twelve Best Christmas Gifts

Giving
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Tweet What’s under your Christmas tree this year?  If you are still frantically shopping, here are some ideas to help make your Christmas season bright: Twelve Best Christmas Gifts Gifts you can afford – you set your Christmas budget, and you are sticking to it. Gifts that don’t make you feel guilty or regretful after [...]

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A Woman’s Guide to Labor Day

For Women Only
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Tweet I love Labor Day weekend.  There is something about the extra day (YAY), cooler fall weather, and school beginning that feels like a fresh start. I am writing this post today to encourage all women to invest in themselves on Labor Day (or all weekend) by doing something you love instead of doing work [...]

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How to Green Up Every Celebration

Green
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Tweet Yes, I know it’s the Red Holiday coming up this weekend.  Thought the green and purple hearts were pretty cool though . . . This guest post is by Lynn Colwell and Corey Colwell-Lipson, mother and daughter and co-authors of Celebrate Green! Creating Eco-Savvy Holidays, Celebrations and Traditions for the Whole Family, which is [...]

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