Make Money During Your Lunch Break

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We can all use a little more money in our pockets at the end of the day. And it’s no wonder that’s the case. According to a Payscale study, “real wages,” or wages factored for inflation, are down 9% since 2006. No wonder it’s getting harder to keep up with all your bills! For many, keeping their financial heads...

Want to Get Paid to Take Surveys?

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For most of us, extra cash is always welcome. With 49% of Americans living paycheck-to-paycheck, it’s no wonder a little bit extra can be very valuable. Whether your income isn’t enough to pay your bills, or you’re saving for something important, or even if you just like to have a little extra money for luxuries—there’s bound to be something...

Controlling the Thoughts That Keep You up at Night

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Controlling the Thoughts That Keep You up at Night
Anxiety can contribute to sleep problems, and poor sleep can make anxiety worse. For people who suffer from anxiety and insomnia, day-to-day life can feel like an endless loop of physical and mental exhaustion. Does the act of crawling into bed at night seem to trigger a landfall of worries? Does it feel like your anxiety is out of control?...

2 Things Every Employer Looks For

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When you’re in the market for a new job, it seems like advice comes at you fast. As you apply for job after job and send out your resume over and over, you can begin to question just why you aren’t getting the response you’d hoped. Or maybe you are getting initial interviews but never seem to progress to...

First Steps to an Online Degree

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Have you decided it’s time to earn your degree online? You’re in good company, at least 33% of college students take an online class. Pursuing an online degree is particularly smart if you find yourself unemployed and want to start working on your education now but need the flexibility to take another job if you find one. And there...

Improve Your Memory With These 5 Simple Hacks

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Small things slip people’s memory all of the time- appointments, due dates, errands, shopping lists, and countless other minute details. It’s no wonder that learned information such as class content or newly obtained work skills are similarly difficult to grasp before they are committed to memory. But how can you store this high-priority information into long-term, sustainable memory? There are...

3 Tips to Convince Your Boss You’re Productive When Working Remotely

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Did you know that about 8 million Americans work from home? Working from home seems like the holy grail of working arrangements. You hear a lot of great stories like people having time to keep up with laundry during the day, or people working in yoga pants and a t-shirt. Some of those stories are true, and there are...

The Secret to Paying Off Your Debt

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Studies show that the average American household is $137,063 in debt. This kind of debt places an immense burden on how you spend your income. It can also affect your credit score, wreaking havoc on your credit utilization ratio. So how do you prevent debt from taking over your finances? Radio host, author, and businessman Dave Ramsey suggests using a...

Is it Time to Finish Your Degree Online?

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Being a college dropout is basically a cliche. Kanye West’s album ‘The College Dropout’ resonated with so many Americans for a reason—it’s a classic story. How much is dropping out part of the American experience? Well, one in three college students will drop out. Let that sink in for a moment. It’s a pretty big percentage. Considering the advantages...

5 Mantras for Days That Never Seem to End

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5 Mantras for Days That Never Seem to End
Most of us have had those days, right? Some of them fly by before you know it, while others may seem to drag on forever and leave you feeling like there’s no escape. But chances are, you’ll come out on the other side as you have in the past. Maybe you just need a little encouragement. Believe it or not,...