Living Paycheck to Paycheck? 7 Strategies for Breaking the Cycle

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Understanding Living Paycheck to Paycheck and Its Consequences Living paycheck to paycheck is a financial cycle that many people experience. It is a situation where individuals rely on their income to cover their basic living expenses such as rent, food, and utilities. With little or no savings, any unexpected expenses …

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From Surviving to Thriving: Financial Habits for Building Wealth

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Mastering the Financial Habits for Wealth: A Guide to Building a Secure Financial Future We explore the key financial habits that are essential for building wealth and achieving financial success. From budgeting and saving to investing and planning, we’ll take a deep dive into the strategies that can help you …

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What Motivates Impulse Buying and How to Overcome It

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In this article, we’ll take a closer look at the topic of impulse buying and specifically explore what motivates this behavior. From triggers to psychological factors, we’ll delve into the underlying causes of impulse buying, and most importantly, we will provide you with practical tips and strategies to help you …

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How To Become Debt Free As Quickly As Possible

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Achieving Financial Freedom: A Step-by-Step Guide on How to Become Debt Free Whether you’re struggling with credit card debt, student loans, or other forms of debt, this article has something for you. By understanding and implementing these how to become debt free strategies discussed here, you’ll be well on your …

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Overstuffed Closet: Stop Buying Clothes You Never Wear

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Ugh. It’s so easy to fall into the trap of buying stuff we don’t need…especially when it comes to clothes. A closet full of clothes that I rarely wear and I’m sure you do too. I really, really needed to stop buying clothes i rarely wear. Have you done it …

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3 Things I Learned from Failed Job Interviews

Job interviews are like a box of chocolates. Usually you get mostly mediocre ones, the occasional dark chocolate sea salt truffle, and a handful of ones that threaten to crack your teeth. Before I landed my first full-time job, those teeth-cracking interviews happened on an almost weekly basis. I am …

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5 Essential Steps to Market Yourself to Employers

If you’re a millennial you most likely don’t have a lot of experience. In anything. And unfortunately, the job market today is geared towards people that have at least 5 years of experience and probably a graduate degree. You’ve probably heard it or seen 1000 times when applying for jobs …

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