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Can You Afford an August Wedding?

By , August 3rd, 2018

The average wedding in the US costs an astonishing $33,391. In some locations, the price tag for getting married can be substantially higher. For example, in Manhattan, the average amount is over $76,000. Whether you can afford an August wedding depends on a variety of factors, including, but not limited to, how much you have […]


The Billion-Dollar Divorce, and What You Can Learn From It

By , June 22nd, 2018

In our reality TV age, there are many billion dollar divorce lessons we can learn, without spending a penny. Many of us are keyed into the lives of our favorite celebrities, and we make note of their offscreen dramas even more closely than we follow the characters they portray. And since the source of all […]


Uh, Oh, Identity Theft by a Friend or Relative — What to Do?

By , May 25th, 2018

According to a 2018 survey, nearly 60 million Americans have dealt with identity theft at some point in their lives. While many people assume that strangers are the only threat, some people have their identities stolen by someone they know. Since friends and family typically have access to intimate details about your life, it’s easier […]


Romancing Your Sweetheart on a Budget

By , February 9th, 2018

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. This day is designed to celebrate love, and being so intensely connected and devoted to someone makes you want to buy them a fancy dinner, a show, and a beautiful set of jewelry. But maybe your budget allows for cheap fast food, Netflix, and fake jewelry from a […]


Why I Enjoy Being Poor

By , April 5th, 2017

If you had asked me a year ago if I would like being poor, I would have called you crazy. Both my husband and I had just lost our jobs and we were just coming to the realization that we were no longer going to be able to live the life of luxury that we […]


Who Should Pay When Eating Out?

By , February 13th, 2017

I just enjoyed a delightful lunch with an old friend. I drove to her office and we walked to a nearby seafood restaurant where we were able to relax and catch up. It was quite a pleasure and I had a completely and thoroughly entertaining meal with her. After we had finished our lunch, the […]


Top 5 Dying Regrets, Why I Won’t Have Them and Neither Should You

By , December 4th, 2016

One of the most important life lessons that we can all learn is to seriously listen to and consider the advice from those who have more experience than we do. When it comes to the end of our life, most of us are going to have some regrets. A nurse, Bronnie Ware, who spent years […]


How Having A Family Member Steal Money From Me Taught Me To Protect My Finances

By , September 28th, 2016

Having a family member steal money from you can be one of the most disappointing and upsetting things to ever happen to you. Family members are supposed to be trustworthy and should aim to help, not hinder, you. Although stealing money from family members is something that should never happen, there are lessons that you […]


Ten Things Money Can’t Buy

By , September 17th, 2016

We talk a lot about money: How to get it, how to spend it, where to spend it, and how to save it. For all the time we devote to talking about, worrying about, and dealing with money, you’d think it was the most important thing in the world. If the time spent obsessing about […]


Phubbing: How Smartphone Behavior Can Impact Your Romantic Relationships

By , October 4th, 2015

Attending to your smartphone while spending time with a romantic partner may have a far greater cost than you imagine. Recently researchers at Texas’s Baylor University have found that use of cellphone can ruin romantic relationships and increase depression. ‘When you think about the results, they are astounding,’ said James Roberts, professor of Marketing at […]

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