That is the hypothesis I can reach from a very interesting study published in the Harvard Business Review “Anticipating Pain is Worse Than Feeling It” ¹.
About two and a half years ago, my fiancé and I took a vacation to Oregon. We loved it so much that we moved here after being home for less than a month. When we made that move, we had no idea how mu
Budgeting does not have to be boring! You can still find ways to create a fun budget without clipping coupons.
Through a variety of events, I delayed my earning and saving ability. That lost time can hurt, but the important thing is to focus on the future.
If you’re trying to avoid fighting about money with your significant other, there are some things you can try. Leo Willcocks, stress consultant and author of the upcoming book DeStress to Success, of
Are you a solopreneur looking to improve your home business in 2014? Even though the year is already underway, there’s still plenty of time to get better. If you want to improve your home business fo
Now that April 15 is fast approaching, you probably have a lot on your mind. One of the things probably not on your mind during tax time is identity theft. This makes sense in a lot of ways; after al
Risk appetite is returning to the markets after risk aversion was the story yesterday. As risk appetite returns, the US dollar index is heading lower.
This post was inspired by my blogging buddy Alicia from Financial Diffraction and her insightful observation in my End of February 2014 Debt Repayment Update where she comments
Peer to peer lending has emerged in recent years as a viable alternative in lending institutions. I share with you reasons why you should turn to it.