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sleep, sheep, mattress, baa Budget Savvy 

Once upon a mattress – and a movie to help you sleep

A good night’s sleep is never a waste of time – or money. According to a 2014 study conducted by the Better Sleep Council, many consumers just don’t know how to choose a mattress. But a good mattress is an important part of having a restful night. Oklahoma State University researchers found that study participants slept better and had fewer aches and pains when they slept on new mattresses, regardless of age, weight, or body mass index. Mattresses are expensive, and many of us are hesitant to purchase a new…

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Money Management 

6 questions to ask yourself about saving money

Journalists often interview sources or experts by using the six traditional questions – who? what? when? where? how? and why? – as probes to more information. The questions can open up more discussion, uncover new information, or clarify vague or confusing statements. Ask yourself these questions to find a path to wealth: Who? When outlining your wealth path, you must consider who is involved. Do you have a partner you want to share with or support? Or do you have dependents, or elderly parents who might play a part in…

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wealth, wisdom, willpower, rich, debt, save, spend, earn, money Manifesting Money Money Management Money Mindsets 

The 2 most important ways to create wealth

    You have the ability to gain wealth through willpower and wisdom, without spending money on education. Don’t misunderstand me – I am a believer in educating yourself through reading, learning from others and taking risks.  But you can usually group everything you will learn into two categories – earn more and spend less. EARN MORE You must make more than you spend – it is as simple as that. This is where I lost my way for a while, using my credit cards to buy things I needed…

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wealth, wisdom, willpower, cash crone, debt, credit cards Credit Cards Money Management 

5 great benefits of having a credit card.

  I have shared my journey with credit card debt – and my debt is very small compared to the amounts that others share on financial blogs. My natural inclination is to be frugal with my money. But I became oblivious and allowed my money to manage me for a little while. Thankfully, I have become a stronger wealth manifestor as a result! Although credit cards can run amok if you don’t watch them (don’t you love the word amok?), they have a lot of good going for them: They are convenient. You don’t…

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