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Four Easy Ways Of Making Money From Home

Have you made the New Years resolution of making more money this year than ever before? Even if you haven’t then why not go for it anyway. But if you have a busy schedule with work or family life then it’s hard to find ways of making extra cash on the side. Here’s a couple of ideas to get you going. You could be making your first million before the year is out.

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New Year, New Frugal You

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When we enter into a new year, it’s only natural for us to want to do something new. Whether you’re setting yourself resolutions or not, you do often want to go through the next twelve months with a better outlook on things, or with a healthier attitude. While for some people this will be all about their health, for others it’s going to be more about money. And if you’re someone that really wants to go into the new year with a better approach to money, then this post is for you. Because we’re going to take a look at exactly how you can be a much more frugal you this year. Read the rest of this entry »

New Year: The Path To Grow A Better You

There’s a common misconception about the New Year’s resolution which is that they always fail or are impossible to take. In reality, these are doomed to failure due to the relaxed attitude in which they tend to be taken. You know the kind: Wishing to achieve a better figure in the new year but not activating any solution to actually reach your objective. In short, the main reason why most resolutions never happen is that people tend to treat them like a wishlist for the year to come. Not that people don’t mean for these things to happen. As a matter of fact, they do and very much indeed. They just don’t prepare an action plan to go with their resolutions / self-improvement wishlist. So it seems like a good idea to consider the end of 2017 as the perfect launch platform for a fresh and positive start in 2018 – or if you are reading this article in a year’s time, the argument is still valid, all you need to do is to replace the years!

Start by reviewing the good and the bad from the dying year. Don’t focus only on the negative points, but make sure to note them down as they provide a direction for improvements and changes. The positive points are things that you wish to maintain, remember, or continue, and they are therefore equally important. The secret to a fantastic year is to create a path of self-improvement: You want to give yourself the best changes to be happy, and that means that you need to address weaknesses or problems rapidly and effectively  – that’s exactly what resolutions are about – and to discover new ways to make life sweet and beautiful. Where to start? It’s a big task, and as everyone is different, here are a few ideas to inspire you to grow a better you.

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