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Unless you have recently had a baby you may not know some major details that I plan to share over this 3-part series. So buckle your car seat and let’s take a
Something that is interesting in life is, as we get older, the longer each phase of life tends to last. Childhood is 15 to 20 years at best. Young adulthood
Things that are valuable often are kept in a safe deposit box at a bank or credit union. However, the definition of value is different for different people.
High-emotion, low-probability topics dominate news headlines and your emotions. And this means it is top of mind and difficult to dismiss.
In the world of
Conventional “wisdom” has always said that young adults should buy a starter home as soon as they graduate college and get a job, and then move to a larger one
Remember the game show, “Press Your Luck”? A contestant would earn spins and the number one goal of the spin was to not get a whammy. A whammy meant that your
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