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Sponsored by Skype — Use Skype Credit to call mobiles and landlines home and abroad at low rates. When I began dabbling in online media in 2007, it never occurred to me that I was “building a business.” I understood people who started companies as high-profile risk takers, trust-fund babies, and those with an invention the world just couldn’t live without. Little did I realize that there was a market for the distinctive skills and abilities I would bring to the table as a freelance writer and social media enthusiast. Work ethic, the willingness to research, and the love of sharing best practices were eventually a trademark for the development of my solo endeavor into a full-fledged business. Through these years, I have seen many others with the same traits develop a brand of their own, despite an uncertain economy. Here is why I think they have succeeded, and why it’s the right time for you to step out and start a business of your own, as well.
For decades, in study after study, people who take vitamin supplements have been shown to be healthier than people who don't.
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some stellar articles on retiring early, saving on wedding reception food, and simple ways to cut household expenses.
Learning a new language used to mean taking years of classes in high school. When you graduated, you knew enough Spanish, French, or German to buy a sandwich, find a bathroom, or ask if anyone speaks English — should you travel to another country.
It's usually not conducive to a person's productivity if he or she is placed in front of a computer for eight hours a day.
When it comes to finance, most people like stability. Having the certainty of when and how much cash you will receive for a set period of time provides you peace of mind that allows you to focus on more important things.
Every time you make a choice, there's a cost. By choosing to buy one item, you pass on the opportunity to purchase other items.
Sponsored by Skype — Use Skype Credit to call mobiles and landlines home and abroad at low rates. In these days of per-bag airline fees, we all want to travel light.
Sometimes I work too much. There, I said it. It shames me a bit, to be honest. But what really bothers me about that scenario, when it happens, is that I don't accomplish wonderful and amazing things.
Your 20s is a time for living life and discovering your path. It's also an incredibly important time to create a lasting effect on your finances.
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on cheap and easy DIY home improvement projects, jobs to satisfy your wander lust, and putting your tax refund to work.
Skype has been a daily part of my life and the life of my family for over four years. I depend on Skype every day for my professional life, and my family counts on it to keep in touch with relatives in Canada, Europe, and the Philippines.
How many times have you passed a fountain and thought about throwing a penny in there, just on the off chance that a dream could come true?
Craving a gooey, delicious dessert? Yeah. Me too. Though I try my best to keep my inner sugar-fiend under control, I certainly like to indulge, I'll admit, daily.
Whether you are stressed or tired, bored, or blah, or just looking to make your life better than it already is, having fun makes you happy.
Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some amazing articles on financial commandments for your 30s, saving on summer travel, and improving your home.
"They" say that nothing in life is free, but maybe they're just not looking in the right places. Check out these 20 places to score lots of stuff without spending a dime.
The idea of negotiation may send you into a tailspin, but recent research indicates you may want to overcome your fear.
Sponsored by Skype — Use Skype Credit to call mobiles and landlines home and abroad at low rates. My parents immigrated to the US, separately, in 1980 and ’81.