Financial Stress Is Pushing More Americans to Move as Pandemic Rages On

The share of people who have moved because of the pandemic continues to rise — but their reasons for doing so have changed in recent months.

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How to Build a Business Without Completely Exhausting Yourself

“I was wondering how a mom of three little ones (mine are ages 5, 3, and 1) can find the time to grow a blog without killing myself? – Sarah on Twitter I often get questions from many of you who are wanting to build a business but feel frustrated by the lack of time… Read More

Why It’s the Year of the Side Hustle

Side hustles have always been a good way to earn more money and better your finances. With so many people in debt while wages have fallen flat, they’ve become especially popular over the past decade. Now, with the coronavirus pandemic, we’ve seen them shoot ahead in popularity even further.  According to a recent survey by […]

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Kitchen Cleanup Checklist: A Daily, Weekly, and Monthly Breakdown of Tasks

Many lines have been written on the importance of cleanliness and household chores (remember that iconic speech by U.S. Admiral McRaven, urging us all to make our beds in the morning?) and the role they play in maintaining our mental and physical health. And since we now see ourselves in a position to spend far more time in our homes (whether we want to or not), we can think of no better time to circle back on this subject, and focus on what’s arguably the first room of the house to get messy: the kitchen. Naturally, with more of our

What is Permanent Life Insurance and How Much do you Need?

Permanent life insurance is defined as a whole-life policy, one that doesn’t expire and may provide a number of benefits during the policyholder’s life and when they pass away. It’s not a specific type of insurance, as such, and is instead an umbrella term used to describe life insurance policies that are not fixed to specific terms. Types […]

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Contingent Beneficiary | Definition and Why You Should Have One

What is a contingent beneficiary for life insurance? How many beneficiaries can you name? Know more about this by checking out this post.

Say Farewell to Shag Carpet—Family Tackles 1970s Time Capsule Makeover>

After purchasing a home that went viral thanks to its well-preserved decor, a family moves back to Indiana and begins to tackle a huge renovation project.

What are the Best and Worst Projects for DIY?

We love DIY, but let’s be honest…some projects should be left to the pros! Check out this list of the best and worst projects for DIY to help you decide which option is best for you.

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