It’s important to discover your own personal happiness style so you can fill your life with activities that make you, as an individual, happy.
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If you’re looking for an entertainment hub for your home so you can cut the cord, I’d definitely suggest checking out the 2nd generation Amazon Fire TV.
While counseling may be expensive, with some research and perseverance you can find affordable counseling and get the help you or your family members need.
While building our house we’ve learned a lot about how to save money while going through the building process. Here are a few ways that you can save money when building the home of your dreams.
For those lucky few athletes who win the gold at the Olympics, there are lucrative endorsement deals waiting. But what does it cost to raise an Olympian?
How do you stay motivated to reach those goals that are a long way down the road? Here are some things that our family has done in order to stay focused.
Investing in individual stocks can be exciting when the share price is going up, but investing in single stocks can be risky. Here’s my experience.
Simple offers a nice banking alternative to the offerings from the big banks.Here’s a quick look at what they offer.
Everything we have is given by God. When we recently opened our hearts to this fact and increased our giving, we were blessed because of it.
Republic Wireless just announced that they are releasing 7 new phones, a new network partner and new calling plans. Here is what you can expect these things to be live.
PlayStation Vue is a new streaming service that offers an affordable alternative to cable and Satellite TV, including DVR functionality. Here’s our review.
How do you handle financial setbacks and make sure they don’t complete derail your financial plan? Here’s what we did after a recent unexpected expense.
It can be hard to get motivated to start saving for your financial future. Here are 4 ways to make saving and investing automatic and easy.
We found that our children’s Monopoly playing style matches their current spending style. Do you think Monopoly can reflect your real-life money style?