The Super-Charged Guide to Financial Freedom

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Jeff Nickles, a contributor here at Life Your Way and the blogger behind My Super-Charged Life, just released his brand new ebook, The Super-Charged Guide to Financial Freedom. I had the opportunity to preview this ebook a couple of weeks ago, and it's a great little handbook! Whether you're in debt and trying to climb…

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8 Ways To Convey a Professional Image When You Work from Home

The following guest post is from Blessing at Working Mom Journal: Many people who work at home do not establish ground rules or work habits that could help develop  their careers. The truth is -- whether you are working away from home or at home -- professionalism matters. As an entrepreneur, you don’t want to…

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9 Frugal Hacks to Save Money in the Kitchen

My grandmother, like many people from her generation, was notoriously frugal. She would stand guard to make sure no one actually threw away any disposable utensils at family get-togethers, she'd save the crumbs from cereal and cookies in a bag in the freezer to use as ice cream topping, and she had clotheslines in her…

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How Does the National Debt Actually Affect Us?

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As I mentioned a couple of weeks ago, I am honored to be participating in a campaign with MomThink.org to raise awareness about the growing national debt. Things won't change in Congress until our representatives are convinced that their constituents are ready for a change, and the goal of this campaign is to raise public…

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Question of the Day: Self-Employment and the Holidays

Being self-employed -- whether you're a blogger, a shop owner or a freelancer -- can be especially difficult during the holidays, especially if you're a one-man show! Although working for yourself should ideally allow you to set your schedule and priorities, it can also mean that there's no one to cover your business so you…

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How to Save Money on Holiday Shopping

The following post is from Madison of My Dollar Plan and Kids and Money at about.com: The holiday season is upon us once again. And before we know it, it'll be flying past in a blur. Save money on your holiday shopping by using the following holiday shopping tips this season: Holiday Shopping Tips to…

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Cute Piggy Banks for All Ages

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I know piggy banks are traditionally for kids, but when I was growing up, my grandparents had an old 5-gallon water jug that was their official "retiring to Florida" fund. We'd all add coins whenever we had them and eventually they did retire to Florida (although I'm thinking it took a bit more than what…

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