You Can Live in Barbados for a Year Right Now – Here’s How

Sometimes, the only way to make sense of, or escape, the suffering in one’s life is to become a spectator to it. What does that mean? Well, sometimes you need to focus on the cause of the suffering as much as the suffering to find a solution. For example, the coronavirus pandemic of early 2020 caused a forced unemployment crisis not seen since the Great Depression. We know live in a world with,...

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How Adopting a Zero Waste Lifestyle Can Save You Money

Want to know an easy way to save $1,000 every 3 to 5 years? Stop buying paper towels and just buy reusable and financially empowering bamboo paper towels. It’s an easy way to adapt to a zero waste lifestyle and save more money. Does that sound too New Age-y for you? Well, it shouldn’t. The world is running out of resources and we waste too much money on resources that can be often reused. It’s...

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Never, Ever Buy These Items From the Dollar Store

A bargain is something you don’t really need, and probably don’t even really want, but desire because of irresistible pricing. And dollar stores perfected the proprietary art of making low-quality and cheap items look like bargains. A lot of dollar store products are items of inferior quality. Many are sold in deceptively repackaged, smaller-sized quantities to fool you into paying more than you...

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Why Fear of Missing Out Could Be Dangerous for Your Retirement?

You know, I never yelled, “YOLO,” once when it was a popular phrase. “You only live once,” was a phrase the kids used to say to before verbally inspiring themselves to perform ambitious stunts. It’s a dated phrase and I am struck by how the term spread like wildfire. It reminds today of how middle-aged people use terms like, “lit,” to perhaps feel young or culturally in-the-know. Or...

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