A stapler. An impulsive student. A Prussian military strategist. How can I possibly tie all these together?
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Can I find a graduation gift that celebrates, connects, educates, and changes a life trajectory? I think I did it!
Thinking in Bets by Annie Duke will help you make better decisions. 15 quotes that apply to the search for financial independence.
We went from deciding to downsize our home to accepting an above-asking-price offer in less than 4 weeks. Here is the crazy house selling process we used.
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My dad left. My mom raised three kids while working full time and putting herself through nursing school. You better believe I’m going to write about her for a Mother’s Day post.
16 personal finance writers honor important financial teachers in ther lives. Learn what approaches worked for each and the lessons they learned.