Money For Lunch – Lifestyle

Bert Martinez catches up with pro fitness competitor Ashley Horner

August 17, 2016 8:14 PM0 comments

Bert Martinez catches up with pro fitness competitor Ashley Horner. Ashley Horner is dedicated to her children and living a fit life. She is a mother of three, cross-over athlete, pro fitness competitor, ultra-runner, and triathlete. She and her team are monthly contributors for Train for Her fitness magazine, writing […]

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3 Ways Smart People Waste Money

August 11, 2016 11:31 AM0 comments

Intelligence, education, and experience are great things to have if you are trying to make money. But those three things won’t guarantee that you make money, or that you’ll make the most of it if you happen to acquire some. Money management is as important, or more, than high earning […]

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The Advantages of Online Study

August 8, 2016 8:40 AM0 comments

One of the more interesting innovations that the internet had brought with it, online college degrees is one of the most interesting. It has many perks, but is it right for everyone? If you’re thinking about whether to take an online course as opposed to attending physical lectures at physical […]

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Beneficial Ways to Cure Boredom

July 21, 2016 9:54 AM0 comments
Beneficial Ways to Cure Boredom

Humans get bored easily, which probably explains why we have such a bloody history. War gave people something to focus on. Seeing as war isn’t exactly fashionable nowadays you’ll need to find new ways to keep yourself entertained. What if I told you that there were in fact ways you […]

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How to Clarify Your Uniqueness & Live a Life that Matters

July 19, 2016 10:39 AMComments Off on How to Clarify Your Uniqueness & Live a Life that Matters

In this fierce, funny, inspiring talk, Julie Moret provides three keys to clarify and activate your indwelling uniqueness. Life can feel overwhelming — whether inundated by media, uninvited advances from another, or the simple, earnest desire to raise a thriving child in a world peddling normalcy and mediocrity at every turn […]

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Healthy Snacks That Beat Travel Temptation

July 8, 2016 11:37 AM0 comments

While you may be faithful to your healthy eating routine at home, it is an undeniable fact that travel is a major challenge to diets. Being away from your refrigerator stocked with tofu, fruits and vegetables creates one problem. The plethora of high-fat, high sodium, and high-sugar offerings at food […]

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How to Develop Personal Accountability

June 30, 2016 8:11 AM0 comments
How to Develop Personal Accountability

It’s easy to chuckle when kids pass the blame without the slightest hint of personal awareness ― “The dog jumped onto the counter and ate all the cookies from the jar!” ― but it is excruciatingly tough to admit that you did something wrong. Most people would prefer to avoid […]

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Traveling to Europe on Business: Top Tips for Weary Travelers Who Need to Wow a Crowd

June 23, 2016 9:44 AM0 comments

If you’re travelling to Europe for an important business meeting or you’re heading there to be interviewed for your dream job, you’re going to want the entire experience to run smoothly. To start with, you’re going to need to dress smartly as most European countries will expect this, and you’ll […]

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Debt Discipline – How a Family Should Deal with Money Budgets & Debt

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Unfortunately, a large proportion of families find themselves in debt and unable to cover any emergency or unexpected bills that come their way. While the reasons for these situations may be due to unemployment or large medical expenses and the like, this is not always the case. Many families find […]

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Few Savers Prepared for an Emergency Bill

June 17, 2016 9:11 AM0 comments

Recent research has shown that the majority of Americans are financially unprepared to take care of an emergency bill between $500 and $1000. 63% of Americans claimed that they would not be able to handle such a bill for car, house repairs or any other type of emergency without borrowing […]

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