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What is Happiness to you?

Welcome to Thought Experiment #7. At the beginning of each second month, a thought experiment question will be tweeted under the hashtag #ThoughtExperiment and everyone…

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How to get a Free Degree!

University has been the ticket into the white collar world since the inception of capitalism. Of course – there are other, normally more difficult, ways…

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How to Clear Your Mind

This is entry #1 into the new ‘How to Find Happiness‘ post series. Do you have anything to contribute to this series? If so, please…

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Don’t Borrow Worry From Tomorrow

“Why are you surprised that traveling does you no good, when you travel in your own company? The thing that weighs on your mind is…

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A Big Decision to Make

Every once in awhile you find yourself at a crossroads. Each road leading to an entirely new destination, each with their own crossroads leading to…

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How to be Successful

Being successful is subjective. What success is, varies from one group of people to another, but in each of these groups, common traits can be…

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How Should You Distribute Your Wealth?

“The more dollars adult children receive, the fewer dollars they accumulate, while those who are given fewer dollars accumulate more.” – The Millionaire Next Door…

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Minimalism Part 2 – Clothes, clothes, everywhere!

A couple of months ago I proposed in Minimalism Part 1 that I was going to attempt to bring new life to my home by…

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Minimalism Part 1 – My Never Ending Journey Toward Decluttering My Life

Do you ever get that general feeling of unease and not know where it’s coming from? You begin to feel agitated, or for a more…

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Why You Should Split Your Expenses 50/50

A lot of couples that I meet do not pay their expenses equally; they split them according to how much they earn. For example –…

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