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From Wallet to Wellness: How Women’s Financial Health Impacts Their Physical Well-Being

By guest expert Rebekah Berndt, BSN, RN When most women think about money and health, the costs of things like medical care, fitness classes, and good nutrition come to mind. What we often don’t realize is that financial well-being can have a huge impact on our bodies beyond these basic self-care needs. Research is increasingly

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Should you read ‘The Financial Diet’?

I recently finished reading The Financial Diet: A Total Beginner’s Guide to Getting Good with Money.  Not every money book will be helpful for you depending on where you are at in your journey to financial freedom.  Keep reading to find out my thoughts on this book and whether it is right for you and

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6 Lessons I Learned While I Was Poor That I Revisited On My Debt-Free Journey

There are a lot of things that I learned during my debt-free journey, however a many of those lessons were seeds planted years ago before I even took my own personal finance seriously. Here are all the lessons I learned from my life that I revisited during my debt-free journey. Growing up we were almost

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