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5 Money Making Ideas You Can Do in Your Pajamas

What if you could make a little extra money each day, without getting dressed? Who doesn’t love the idea of making money in their pajamas? If you are looking for some money making ideas that can be done easily, no matter what you are wearing, here are 5 activities to explore: 1. Freelancing If you haveRead More

Are You Teaching Your Child About Money?

One of the most important things you can do for your child is to teach him or her about money. A good financial foundation now can lead to better success with money later. Recently, Citi publicized the results of a survey of U.S. adults and the way they teach their kids about money. The resultsRead More

Get Ready to Enjoy the Coming Lunar Eclipses

When I was younger, my dream was to be an astronomer or an astrophysicist. This dream followed after the reality set in that my chances of becoming an astronaut were relatively slim. Even now, I still love looking at the sky. I have been known to lay outside on the grass for hours, watching theRead More

Are You Keeping Up With the Joneses – Or With Their Debt?

The latest information from the Federal Reserve indicates that credit card debt is on the rise again. In the years directly following the financial crisis, many consumers reduced their debt load. Household debt – including credit card debt – fell. However, that is not the case anymore. As the economy slowly recovers, it is clearRead More

How to Reduce the Impact of Jet Lag

When you travel across time zones, jet lag can be a very real concern. However, it doesn’t always have to cause you serious problems. If you are interested in reducing the impact of jet lag, here are some strategies that can help: Drink Plenty of Water One of the best things you can do forRead More

Tips for Getting Work Done While You Travel

A few times a year, I pack up and head off for new adventures. Okay, at this stage, the new adventures usually involve a trip with my son over spring break, and a trip to wherever FinCon is being held, with a sprinkling of camping weekends throughout the summer. Even though I’d like to thinkRead More