Eat This, Not That: 5 Healthy Cookie Recipes Even Your Kids Will Love

Most American children consume about 32 teaspoons of sugar a day. That’s over 3 times the recommended limit! Many of us adults aren’t faring much better. Trouble is, it’s hard to cut down your children’s sugar intake without seeming like a party pooper. The good news is, you can still spoil them with healthy cookie recipes that leave out the bad stuff while maxing out on the...

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Here’s Why You Should Eat Less Fast Food to Save Money

Over 3% of Americans, about 10 million people, eat fast food about once a week. Most Americans spend at least $1,200 every year on fast food and restaurant dining. That is the equivalent of about $12 per meal. Think about what you can do with an extra $1,200 a year. What is notable is that over 76% of Americans know that fast food is unhealthy. Yet, we knowingly continue to spend lots of money on...

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Tiny Houses – Fun, Financially Beneficial, But Practical?

Owning a home is an American dream for many people. However, most people should wake up to the fact that owning a home is a serious financial and maintenance-intensive investment. The average cost of a new house can be as high as $400,000. Most homes offer about an average of 2,000 to 2,400 square footage. The average monthly mortgage payment is about $1,000. However, that does not take into account...

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The young investor: 4 tips for beginners

A couple of decades ago, and there wasn’t really a thing as a beginner investor. Well, there might have been, but they certainly wouldn’t have lasted very long in the business. Now, things are changing. This is partly due to technology, and one only has to look at the MT4 demo trading account to see this in full detail. Even though tech is undoubtedly playing its part in the number of people...

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