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A 3 Step Way to Guilt-Free Vacation Spending

We have been trained as a culture to feel guilty when we do things for ourselves. Let’s face it, if we are going into deep levels of debt to pay for, we should feel guilty. But if we can afford it, we deserve a guilt-free way to spend it. As Americans, we are...

Real Men Use a Reel Mower

If you ask a lady whether she wants a man who is either conscientious or strong, chances are she will say both. Trust me, I've seen the studies. So what if I told you that there's a way you can mow your lawn that would make you look both strong and smart? Stick with...

Cashless Society: Helpful or Harmful?

I’ve been reading a lot lately about the notion of a cashless society. This is not a discussion of the fact that nobody has any money (it’s true, they don’t), but rather a trend towards big changes in the physical currency of a nation. Canada has made plastic money...

Minimalism Addiction

If you are tuned in to pop culture, you’ve probably noticed a lifestyle design trend over the past few years towards minimalism. This movement is essentially an autoimmune response to the global financial (read: morality) crisis. People who lost a great deal of money,...

Wage Slavery and Money Myths

What is wage slavery? For some, it is an everyday reality, a feeling of being trapped in one’s job or trapped at a certain level of income.  Why they feel trapped can vary. Lack of skills. Lack of opportunity. Dependence on health insurance. Living paycheck to...

Thought Leader: What Makes One?

If you do a lot of reading on lifestyle design and personal development, you may have come across the term “thought leader.” So what and who is a thought leader? In the broadest definition, a thought leader is someone who seeks to help people by changing the way they...