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An Attitude Of Gratitude

And my practice is, when something happens, good or bad, I need to share it. When it’s a bad day for my son, that affects me, and I reach out to my mom and friends to discuss it, which is how I cope.

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Lessons from the Lighthouse

The Groundhog Gale of 1976 is apocryphal among those who worked on water, and for good reason. With winds of 116 mph and swells up to 33 ft, it was like nothing anyone who saw it ever had experienced before,

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Knowing When You Need Help

Like every business owner, I’ve navigated both good times and lean times. Covid has been a challenge, although we’re fortunate, coming through only mildly scathed, revenues intact. But there was a time we weren’t so lucky. For our first nine

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Budgeting

The things money won’t buy

As humans, we all crave energetic connections, whether romantic or platonic. And money, which is just another form of energy, affects relationships in interesting ways.

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Starting Out With $5

Money need never be an albatross around your neck. Money is just a vehicle: a thing that helps you live your life the way you want to live it, and if you can separate emotion from it, you will be better able to see where money goes and where it needs to go.

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Set your business up for success

The new year is upon us. It’s always a great time to assess where you are and where you want to be. Glance around the internet and you’ll see all kinds of challenges, vision board events, and people facilitating the

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5 Habits of the Financially Savvy

1. Budget Every Week. Being on top of what you’re earning and what you’re spending is key. You probably have a good feel of what income is coming in throughout the month. You’re also probably aware of the fixed expenses

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