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Finance

Homelessness Prevention Programs (and Dec. 2020 Budget)

We review homelessness prevention programs for our donation, detail record high dividends in our December budget, and award a grant to Direct Relief!

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Finance

A Timely Letter to My Teenage Self (The True Cost of College)

A message from the future warning me of the true cost of college may have changed the course of my financial life.

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Psychology

How the Benefits of Working Part-Time Are Life-Changing

Gain insight into the benefits of working part-time and how it can impact your life. You will have more time to focus on what matters most: your own priorities.

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Psychology

3 Steps to Conquer Your Fears of DIY Mistakes (And More!)

After 7 years of holding back, I conquered my fears and finished my DIY project. Start now with my 3 steps to get past your fear of making mistakes!

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Children’s Education Charities and Our August 2020 Budget

We review children’s education charities for our October donation, report our August budget, and award a charitable grant to a university!

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Psychology

Personal Fulfillment: Why Success at Work Isn’t Enough

There’s more to feeling fulfilled than promotions & awards. My pharmacy career is a success story but wasn’t enough to create personal fulfillment in me.

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Psychology

This Is How to Take Control of Your Email Work-Life Balance

When you realize work email is creeping into your home life—taking downtime and disrupting relationships—make this simple change to take back your life.

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Playing with FIRE: Documentary on Retire Early

Personal finance and retirement are pretty dry topics, but can they be made exciting when on the big screen? Watch as a couple put FIRE to a test.

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Finance

How to Automate Your Finances & Savings in 5 Steps

How to automate your finances: learn to put savings on auto, pay debts & credit cards without overdrawing accounts. Make a wealth-building routine!

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Finance

How to Analyze Early Retirement Health Insurance Options

We’ve made the jump from full-time to part-time work as a couple of 35-year-olds, here’s how we analyzed our early retirement health insurance options.