Posted byon June 25, 2008
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I’m horrible at organization! I get motivated all the time and clean up all my to-do lists, email boxes and papers… then I fall back into the old trap. Marc came to my rescue with How To Get Things Done in 1 Minute. I’m going to try to completely empty my inbox every day… we’ll see how I do! (And those of you with emails waiting for replies will be able to judge my success.)
Heartbroken Briton sells his ‘entire life’
This guy is selling his house, his stuff, his car, his friends and his job. Wow! Can you imagine?
For Sale To The Highest Bidder: Your Identity
If you don’t want to sell your life or your identity, find out how to protect yourself.
Find The Best Jobs To Ride Out A Recession
Physical therapists and college professors made the list. Find out the other jobs on the list that are good in a tough economy.
Help a Reader: Toxic Job
What if the career you pick is one that maximizes your income even though you don’t like the work? What would you do?
For Sale By Owner – Tips for Selling Your House Without a Realtor
The first of many posts in a series about selling your house on your own.
Test Drive Your Home Ownership Experience
If you are considering buying a home, why not start paying the cost now to see if your budget can handle it?
Early Termination Fees Slashed at T-Mobile
I’m pleased to hear this and I like the direction that the cell phone industry is going. At the beginning of the year I was able to Cancel Sprint Service Without Early Termination Fees, but the offers are rare.
Are Coupons All They’re Cut Out For?
Nicole shares that the coupon strategies end up in a lot of crumbling expired coupons in her purse!
Top 10 Ways to Save Money in University/College
I would add to the list to get an internship. They are very valuable on the resume and usually offer a decent salary.
Less than 200 Saving Days Until Christmas
We have a gift budget that we contribute to all year round, so when Christmas comes up it’s not a big deal. Are you planning ahead?