Spring Cleaning for Normal People: introducing my first ebook

My computer’s desktop is cluttered with documents, and my fridge needs to be cleaned out. I’ve pulled far too many late nights the past few weeks, and I’m looking forward to some much-needed quality time with my family this weekend. All this is rather ironic, to be honest. It’s ironic because today I’m releasing my (read more…)

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Are you really saving money on that?

The following is a guest post from Miranda Marquit. She edits information on debt consolidation for DestroyDebt.com and writes for YieldingWealth.com. Every where we turn, there are “special offers” and “bargains” that save us money. But sometimes, these are just gimmicks designed to help us spend more. Here are some ways that you may actually (read more…)

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The gift basket giveaway winner

Photo by Thomas Hawk Wow, you all know a fabulous giveaway when you see one! There were a total of 1,571 entries. That is such a compliment to these vendors! They really are great and produce quality stuff. I know you all are on the edge of your seat, so without further adieu, the winner (read more…)

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What’s more beneficial – single-tasking or multi-tasking?

Photo by liikenevalo I‘m a big believer in multi-tasking. I like folding laundry while I’m talking with my husband, letting dinner simmer on the stove while I empty the dishwasher, and straightening up the bathroom while my preschooler takes her bath. I’ve also witnessed the power of single-tasking, and in this era when we worship (read more…)

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Weekly link round-up: the read, relax, & enjoy (for me) edition

Photo by MorBCN I won’t bore you with what I’ve been working on this week, but let’s just say I’m hopelessly behind reading my favorite blogs. But I have enjoyed a few highlights from my reader. I hope you fish some good stuff out of them, too: Three Things You Wish You’d Known at 20 (read more…)

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