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Which Should I Do First — Pay Off Debt or Save?

When I was up to my earlobes in debt in my early twenties, I knew I needed to change my money reality. I started reading personal finance books by David Bach, Suze Orman, Robert Kiyosaki and more and was well aware that living below your means and having a healthy savings cushion were smart, but I wasn’t following any of the expert advice. At the time, I felt my income didn’t support both paying off my debt and socking away some cash in savings. The following question plagued me and I’ve come...

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How to Prevent Relationship Ruin

In 2007, I set out to build my first business as a health coach. I was putting myself through school, working a full-time job and a second part-time job, all while taking the steps to lay the foundation for my business. I was busy. I was also married, and all that work-work-work was a major drain on my relationship. The more I worked, the more we struggled, and the more we struggled, the more I worked to distract myself from the turmoil in my marriage. It was a downward spiral. Even after my...

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Live | Love & Money

How Social Media Helps — and Hurts — Your Divorce

Over the years, social media has grown from online whimsy to, for many of us, virtual necessity. We want our updated professional information on LinkedIn, in case anyone is considering our qualifications for a dream job. We want our Facebook and Twitter accounts to have as many friends and followers as possible. It’s good for our businesses for obvious reasons, and it’s good for our personal lives to foster connectedness with friends near and far. Sometimes, though, all that connectedness can...

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