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10 Quick & Easy Ways to Improve Your Mental Health

Monday, June 30th, 2014

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We all know the importance of maintaining good physical health — we’re bombarded daily with ads for exercise programs, diet plans, and blog posts on what to eat and drink and what vitamin supplements to take or avoid. What’s not as frequently addressed, however, is mental health — but it’s just as important.

Household budgets are strained all across America, but even if times are tight there are plenty of ways to improve your mental outlook — and they don’t have to take a lot of time or effort.

The Money Talk: 3 Reasons to Have It With Your Partner Right Now

Thursday, December 6th, 2012

The Money Talk: 3 Reasons to Have It With Your Partner Right NowThe pursuit of love and money may be universal, but it can be rare to find both, and rarer still for the two to coexist in harmony. After all, losing money for love and vice versa is the stuff of great stories because almost all of us can relate.

One of the most common of these stories is the sometimes-tragedy of divorce, in which a happy union is marred and ultimately ruined by the couple’s inability to communicate and jointly manage money matters.

As with most things in life, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. To prevent misunderstandings over money or its mismanagement from ruining your marriage, having “the money talk” is essential.

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