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College Planning

Back to school: How to Handle College Culture as an Adult

Knowing how to handle college culture as an adult may be difficult to some students, and can often lead to a poor performance in school as various pressure mount. It takes a lot of courage and determination to brave the college culture a first or second time around when you may feel more vulnerable in a new environment.

Home Tips

How to Get and Stay Organized

After living in one place for several years, you have accumulated more stuff than you ever thought was possible. That is a natural progression for homeowners — you buy new items, but you are not as quick to get rid of what you have already owned.

Reduce Bills

Five Ways Your Windows May Be Bringing Your Utility Bills Up

The extreme winter and spring weather we’ve experienced across the country has resulted in a rather steep increase in utility costs.

Business Management

How to Win Employees to Change

Change. The very word “change” frightens some people, including employees who may wonder where they will fit in as progress is made.

The Game of Life

6 Tips On How To Balance A Your Job, Family And Anxieties

It can be difficult for adults to have to take care managing their hectic jobs, anxieties, and family at the same time. This can cause a lot of pressure for the individual.

Financial Planning

Six Excuses People Use to Avoid Financial Accountability

Financial trouble befalls a large majority of people. But when financial trouble rises it is very often the case that people shirk responsibility and avoid the issue.

Business Management

4 Tips to Help Your Business Be Environmentally Responsible About Waste

With most forms of business, and especially with production businesses, there will be some amount of resultant physical waste. Excess or other problems with waste are not only seen as being environmentally irresponsible, but they are also actually harmful to the bottom line of your business.

Home Tips

How to Save Big Bucks on Home Repair

One broken appliance can set your budget on edge. A pattern of plumbing, electrical or building problems may put you in the modern equivalent of a poor house.

Money Management

Staying In the Black: 5 Precautionary Measures to Avoid Financial Pitfalls

Financial matters affect everyone, and sometimes it can be difficult to find a simple approach to managing your finances. Over 160 million Americans own credit cards, and of the households that do have credit cards each one carries an average of $15,000 in debt.

Small Business

Sold! How to Close a Sale

You are meeting with a client, an individual whose decision-making authority can open doors for your business. If this person accepts your product pitch, you will have your foot in the door. Moreover, even greater business opportunities are possible.