Category Archives: Practical Advice

What do you buy when you take out a loan?

Yesterday, I took out a debt consolidation loan, and I posted about it on a frugal living website where I also post. The comments that I received were supportive of my getting my act together, but also chastising–why don’t you … Continue reading

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Have you been getting a health insurance subsidy this year?

Some interesting things to know if you are one of the people who, like me, is buying their own insurance from the healthcare exchanges and receiving an advance subsidy from the government to help pay for it: 1. If you … Continue reading

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Money and Mindfulness

Lately, I have been reading about Mindfulness.  I posted two reviews over at Amazon.com, which I would like to share.  But first, some initial thoughts about the relationship between Money and Mindfulness that I hope to be able to expand … Continue reading

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