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Embracing Home Renovations When You’re Resistant to Change


Next Avenue, January 2020

Renovations don't excite everyone: Some balk at the expense or the disruption. But in other cases, it’s at least partly about a resistance to change. If you’re a reno resister, there may be good reasons to push through the opposition.
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Fastest-growing Jobs From The Last 10 Years


Stacker August 2019

Stacker compiled a list of 50 jobs that grew the most in the last 10 years based on occupational data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. I explained what these workers have been doing for the past decade.
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Pruning Your Trees Can Save You Cash—Here's How, August 2019

Gorgeous trees can help you fall in love with a house, but the sticker shock of caring for those beauties may test your affection. Still, pruning trees is a necessary expense that will help beautify your yard and has financial benefits.

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Secure Your Future


Diversity Woman, April 2018

Will you have enough money to achieve the financial goals that are important to you? It can be an overwhelming question, but writing out a financial plan can make it less daunting and set you on a path for success.

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Is Your Retirement On Track? 9 Tips For Long-Term Investing


Diversity Woman, April 2016

What does the Labor Department say is likely to be the most expensive thing you’ll ever buy in your lifetime? Your retirement. It’s a reminder that you can take steps today to grow your money for a distant, or not too distant, tomorrow.

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