Month: May 2018

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The Month I Gave Up Discretionary Spending

I have been reading a lot about extreme savers recently.  You know those people that can save 60% or more of their income and give up all discretionary spending usually in an attempt to join the FIRE (Financial Independence, Retire Early) club.  Although joining the FIRE club is not currently a goal of mine, I find its […] Read more…

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Why You Need a Work from Home Routine

The new year always brings a reflection about the things that weren’t working in the old one.  This is supposed to be an uplifting experience. Unfortunately, I tend to get muddled in the “what I should have dones”.  I should have made this many sales, released this new design collection, spent more time with my […] Read more…

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