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25 Tips to Live Rich Without Breaking the Bank



Most people would love to be able to live rich but don’t have the funds to be able to do so. When hearing stories about travel adventures, seeing pictures of luxurious homes, reading reviews of the latest 5 star restaurants, seeing social media updates about a newly announced concert, or even checking out the newest gadget at the electronic store, sometimes living frugally can make you feel like you are being held back from fully enjoying all life has to offer. The good news? It is possible to live rich without breaking the bank!

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10 Reasons Why Experiences Trump Having More Stuff


Achieving financial independence and being smart with your money is all about making sacrifices.  Most of us aren’t millionaires so we know that we have to prioritize certain needs and wants.  What one person prioritizes though might be completely different than another person.  Living life to its fullest can get expensive pretty fast so it’s important to know how to spend your money wisely. Keep reading

Money & Love

Money Can’t Buy Love


Guest post by Chris Dlugozima.

Everywhere you look, love is in the air. The popularity of dating sites seems to grow by the minute. It’s hard for some to imagine life before speed dating. But once all the butterflies flutter away and the harsh reality sets in, the challenge of figuring out how to reach financial goals together will eventually smack you in the face harder than one of the Real Housewives.
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Making a Life Instead of a Living


This is a guest post by Lou Carlozo

Certain things in life you can’t control, and other things you can. This lesson hit me harder than a line drive foul ball Monday as I sat at the Wrigley Field home opener, watching the Cubs botch another game. When your starting pitcher walks in a run to a .143 hitter in the first inning, you know you’re in for a long day.

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Wait… I actually have to make a plan?

Wait… I actually have to make a plan?


Navigating through our financial life is a lot like navigating across country by car. First, you have to determine your destination. Next you have to determine where you will stop in between. Then you evaluate the different routes that will get you to those stops, and eventually, you reach your final destination. The alternative is to simply hop in the car and head out on a road trip and see where we end up. Keep reading

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