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Old Money vs New Money: What’s the Difference?

Posted By Thefrugalexpat on Finance - There are two sides to wealth. There is old money vs new money. Each one has its place in society, but they have been built differently and act in different ways.  As you think about it, we talk about the ... Read More

$18 An Hour Is How Much A Year? Best Tips To Make Money

Posted By theradicalfire on Finance - Are you earning an hourly rate of $18? Have you ever wondered: $18 is how much a year? You may be crunching numbers to assess if your salary is good enough, particularly if it is an hourly wage. We’ll help you determine how to maximize and save more of your income. A company has hired ... Read more

What You Need to Know About Emotional Labor

Posted By investedparents on Creative Lifestyle - The concept of emotional labor is essential to a happy, healthy household ecosystem. When we fail to recognize its importance, we open the door to frustration, exhaustion, conflict, and resentment.

If You Have An Adult Child Living At Home, You Need To Read This List Of House Rules And Boundaries

Posted By webnosis23 on Self Improvement - It’s not just your family. More and more adult children are sharing a roof with their parents. Sometimes it’s a matter of economic logistics because the cost of living has risen exponentially, but wages haven’t increased in decades. Other times it’s a matter of senior-care costs. Families consolidate when elderly parents have reached the “need ...
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Sir Stevo Timothy Has a New Condition

Posted By Thecameronjournal on Politics -

Sir Stevo Timothy has a new condition and in this video he tells us all about it. Wait until the end for the special surprise.
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How to Avoid Getting Laid Off

Posted By wealthtender on Finance - The odds you’ll lose your job are increasing. Learn how to effectively prepare yourself now. My last job ended (many years ago) when my employer laid me off. That was the first job I’d ever lost, as opposed to leaving when it was time. There wasn’t a recession. Unemployment wasn’t especia...