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Quiz: Use Your Noggin to Pay Down Debt

People argue about the best way to pay down debt. Your best strategy might boil down to brain chemistry, according to new research from the growing field of neuroeconomics. One key issue seems to be whether you’re a “delay of gratification”...

How I Cope With Working-Mom Guilt

I’ve been working since my son was born; I’m also the primary earner in my marriage. My son, now five, is thriving. I’m not. I still filter everything through the lens of my shortcomings, the tally of meals missed and other failures. But he’s...

The Secret to Success

Three days into 2012—how are you doing with those resolutions? Far from perfect, right?S’all right. In his new book 18 Minutes: Find Your Focus, Master Distraction, and Get the Right Things Done, Peter Bregman knocks down the notion of “perfect”...

A Quick Game for a Richer 2012

Ahhhhhhhhh. It’s do-over time. What’s the best way to put a fresh spin on 2012? Try the water method, a surprisingly powerful exercise to help you get a grip on your priorities—in five minutes.You need: 5 cups or glasses + 4 strips of paperSet...

Hang On to Your Cash in 2012

You’re on a quest to become a smarter spender—and we’re right beside you, fighting the battle between wants versus needs, cheap versus frugal, good versus … you know. In the name of victory (or at least sanity) we’ve rounded up our top five...

Take a Volunteer Vacation

Yearning for a getaway, but craving something more compelling than sipping Mai Tais in Maui? A "volunteer vacation" could do you a world of good—while enabling you to do some good in the world. So-called voluntourism is a rapidly-growing segment...

10 Things We Haaaate About the Holidays

Yes, the holidays can be a jolly time. They’re also expensive, exhausting, full of weird relatives and pressure-cooker traditions. Here, the ten things that fry our tinsel this time of year: Three days of cooking—30 minutes of eating. Digging...

Releasing Shame Around Limitation

Last week I was in Whole Foods. On the rare occasion I'm feeling flush, it's the first place I want to go. Thanks to my bankcard budget, I knew I had a firm cap of $70 to spend on groceries. When I got to the register—with my cart full of organic...

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