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Want to save money? Stop spending it! At first, this might sound like ludicrous advice; it seems so obvious. However, how many of us spend time thinking about defining our needs versus our desires, when it comes to our expenditures? How many of us are aware, on a day to day basis, of what we truly want as opposed to ideas that are put in our head by savvy marketers? How many of us make purchases only because we need something or truly believe it will bring us happiness? How many of us buy things so that we “look good” in someone else’s eyes?
I am not here to tell you what you need. I am not here to tell you what should or should not make you happy. However, when it comes to saving money and building personal wealth, I do suggest that all of us might want to ask ourselves the aforementioned questions, so that we can get a better grip on what our needs and desires truly are.
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Cold of winter, sun at dawn, praying for all that keeps us warm. A way to go, still not there. Life is tough. Life’s not fair. A call,
Beauty and the Brain: Amen Clinics Research and Weight Loss Director, the Dynamic and Insightful Kristen Willeumier, Ph.D., Back With the Low Down on Improving Our Brains While Benefiting Our Looks!
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Me hubiera gustado llamar esta columna “La Completa Eliminación de Tiempo Perdido”, pero eso hubiese sido una pérdida de tiempo. ¿Por qué? La respuesta se encuentra en la
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