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New Year’s Goals: A Journey of Accountability pt. 2

Back in January I wrote a blog post about my New Year’s Goals and stated I would enlist all the readers of this blog to help me reach my goals. I talked about one strategy that I read over and

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New Year’s Goals: A Journey of Accountability pt. 1

Do you set New Year’s Resolutions? I have done away with the practice myself. Instead I set New Year’s Goals. Semantics, you say? Perhaps, but I believe the distinction goes beyond semantics. Resolutions VS Goals A resolution is a strong

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Financially Fit: Tips for Getting in Shape on a Budget

Every January large numbers of people resolve to change their physical well-being. Getting in shape often feels like it comes attached with some hefty price tags. Gym memberships, workout attire, diet foods, or equipment can lighten your wallet. It is

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Realistic Resolutions You Can Achieve

Sticking with the financial resolution theme, we’re flashing back to Ashley’s post about creating and sticking to realistic goals. Right after vowing to “save more and spend less” you will see “get in shape” on many New Year’s Resolution lists.

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Set and Achieve Your Financial Goal in 2018

Financial Goal

ICYMI, financial New Year’s resolutions are a thing now. At Sense & Centsibility we’ve been posting about it every year…probably for the last 5 years. So why do we keep writing about financial resolutions? It’s one more way for people

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