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What have i been thinking?? + Dreaming of charming old men + Breaking Bank

I haven’t been updating for the past few days and i feel terrible about it! I’ve been nursing my eye infection which is turning to be a real pain in the head which means that i have to (well i really should but i tend to play it by eye lol) refrain from using anything close to the eye area like mascara, eye shadow, eye liner which is totally out of the question or even undereye concealer which is crap because my eyes have been so inflamed lately what with all the rubbing and “ 906 more words

Asian

Show Me the Money!

I believe one of the reasons that money management is difficult to discuss is because of the fact that our society is focused on a million ways to spend it and only a select few ways to manage, save, and increase it. 762 more words

Motherhood

One Month Budget Denied

On Tuesday the Senate Democrats passed a one-month, $2.2 billion dollar budget. On Wednesday, the General Assembly discussed the bill and fell 4 votes short of passing the short-term budget. 258 more words

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weekly budget check

This is my 4th week on a detailed budget.

My budget week ends on Thursdays; yet this week I am gonna write it a day before. 264 more words

Conscious Spending

Puerto Rico debt crisis will impact U.S. investors

Pay attention to this article from Investors Business Daily if you have investments.

It says:

With the financial world transfixed by Greece’s debt-driven meltdown, Puerto Rico announces it can’t pay its $73 billion in debt.

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US DEBT HEADED TOWARD GREEK LEVELS NOW

W Examiner: “United States’ projected debt over the next 25 years looks a lot like Greece’s over the past 25. With all the chaos unravelling in Greece, Congress would be wise to do what it takes to avoid reaching Greek debt levels. 133 more words

Politics

Nearly half of Canadians expect to blow their budgets on summer fun: poll

WATCH: Financial expert Preet Banerjee explains where most of our cash goes, and offers money saving tips.

TORONTO – A new poll from CIBC says nearly half of Canadians will need to dip into their savings or take on debt in the coming months as they look to make the most of the warm summer weather. 158 more words

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