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10 Advantages of Keeping All of Your Accounts at One Financial Institution

Last week I wrote a piece about the advantages of keeping accounts at multiple financial institutions. The benefits range from having fall back money if one account is compromised to taking advantage of the strengths of certain types of banks. … Continue reading

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Recapturing Small Bits of Wasted Time

The old saying, “Time is money,” is true in a lot of ways. This is literally true at work. You put in time, you get paid. In some cases the more time you put in, the more you get paid … Continue reading

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Increase Productivity: Break Your Day Into Periods

A couple of weeks ago I wrote about the benefits of a timer for increasing productivity. When you use a timer, you can break tough or dreaded tasks down into small increments of time. Doing this can keep you from … Continue reading

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Recapturing Wasted Time

My local gas station usually puts up motivational or religious thoughts on their marquee, right below the prices. (I think it’s because when you see the price you need a pick me up after the sticker shock.) This week’s offering … Continue reading

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Frugality Buys You Time

We all know that time is our most finite resource. We all have a set number of days on this planet and we’re not getting any more. We can’t make or buy more time. Since we can’t make more time, … Continue reading

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Are You Wasting Time In Bed?

I don’t need a lot of sleep. That does not surprise me because my father does not need a lot of sleep either. Usually about 5.5 hours is enough for me. If I go to sleep at midnight or 1am, … Continue reading

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15 Excuses That Are Wrecking Your Finances

We all tend to make excuses from time to time. It’s just human nature. But I’ve seen people rely too heavily on excuses when it comes to finance. When they have too much debt or can’t seem to make ends … Continue reading

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