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Reasons You Really Should Quit Facebook for 99 Days of Freedom

We all know that we spend more time than we should on Facebook. After Facebook conducted a controversial experiment to see if they were able to manipulated people’s emotions (which they were), more people began to question whether being on … 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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Use Time Wisely When Saving Money

We all have a limited amount of energy to get things done each day. By the time we go to work, take care of the family, attend to basic needs like eating and hygiene, and deal with all of life’s … 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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Five Important Questions

This year I’m making more of an effort to make my actions meaningful. This comes after a couple of years where I’ve found myself wondering, “Where did the time go?” I find myself getting distracted by the Internet or some … Continue reading

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