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The Money Talk: A Practical, Step-by-Step Guide According to the 2019 Newlywed Report from WeddingWire, 54% of couples have discussed finances to some degree by the time they get engaged. Hopefully, if you and your partner have decided on some form of “happily ever after,” you fall within that statistic. If not, it’s time to…

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I was headed to the store earlier this week, wanting to get some last-minute grocery shopping in before we were quarantined due to the Coronavirus. It should have been a simple trip – we had most of what we needed, I just wanted some fresh fruit and vegetables. Halfway to the store, though, I remembered…

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How are you feeling now that the holiday season is behind us, with fleeting memories of all the preparation, shopping and dare I say, spending? Chances are, you’re feeling a little tired and maybe some let down. Many of us suffer from “Holiday Hangover,” which typically begins on the first day back to work, or…

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Budget. Are you already having thoughts about giving things up or restricting yourself? If so, you’re not alone. The word budget has budge in it, so it’s no surprise that our emotional brain immediately thinks we’re constricting ourselves when we’re on a budget because we can’t budge.  Budget and Diet The word budget is much…

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Being a business owner can be one of the most wonderful, frustrating, exhilarating, scary, and overall emotional things you do in life. If you’ve raised teenagers, you know the feeling! One of the hardest aspects of owning a business can be the financial piece. Typically, you go into business because of your love of an…

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