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How Planning Your Spending Can Bring More Joy Into Your Life (Really!)

I know, it’s hard to believe, but try my trick and you’ll actually look forward to the task

5 Ways Being Optimistic Keeps You Healthy

Looking on the bright side of life is not always easy. From daily annoyances to critical social issues, there are plenty of things that can drag down our moods. But the power of positive thinking isn't just a saying — it's a reality. Recalling a...

Divorce Mediation: How Does it Work?

For many couples, divorce can end up being a long and drawn out process. It’s possible to skip all of that by opting for divorce mediation.

10 Fast Facts on Malala Yousafzai, the World’s Youngest Nobel Peace Prize Winner

Malala Yousafzai, the young Pakistani girl who first gained international attention for being shot in the head and nearly killed by the Taliban, has won the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize. As the global spokesperson for girls’ education, Malala has...

The Secret to Living a More Confident Life

Find out what confidence really is and how to achieve it

4 Times It’s OK to Lie to Your Kids About Money

It’s an indisputable truth: Many parents lie to their kids about money. In theory, we know for the most part that’s a no-no, but there are some instances where it’s acceptable to be less-than-truthful to your children about money, experts say....

Shrink Your To-Do List

Quick poll: Raise your hand if you’re always looking for extra hours in a day. Yeah, us too. Luckily, we have access to gadgets, apps and resources that can help us manage our days and work even smarter. Having a mobile device and Wi-Fi connection...

Divorce Your Student Loan Debt, Not Your Partner

Instead of letting your student loan debt get in the middle of your marriage, use these 5 steps to move forward rather than backward.

Dividing Assets, Dividing Debts: What Happens To Student Loans In Divorce?

Divorce, good or bad, comes down to a division of assets and debts. Find out what will happen to your student loan debt if you find yourself going through a divorce.

Why Saying No is Critical to Your Success

We’re all enlightened and intelligent enough to understand what we have a right to and what we shouldn’t settle for. We feel comfortable declaring things like: No, I will not be treated as a second-class citizen. No, I will not accept unequal...

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