How to make your home the home of your dreams

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Although interior design isn’t high up on everyone’s priority list, it’s important that you create a space that puts you at ease, lowers your stress levels and makes you feel relaxed. If you work from home, this is crucial. However, for all of us, our home is our base. It sets the tone for how our days begin and how they end.

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A Guide to Relocating After Losing a Life Partner

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Sometimes when there is a drastic change in a person’s life, it can be difficult to stay in the same place. Your current home or even city is full of memories of your life together. While you don’t want to lose your memories, constantly being reminded of them can be more haunting than comforting. That’s why many people decide to move after losing their partner.

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Breaking my Writer’s Block with The Artist’s Way

I’m two weeks in and already seeing the benefits of the baby steps, introspection, and patience that this course is requiring of me. I’m beginning to understand the root causes of my block so that I can nip it in the bud.

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How Establishing Non-Negotiables Sets You Up For Success

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We all have goals and dreams that we want to accomplish, so why do we sabotage our own success? It’s not always a conscious decision. It can stem from a place of fear or insecurity or disinterest. Still, no matter what the reason, we spend a lot of time making things harder for ourselves.

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5 Free Investment & Savings Apps You Should Be Using

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Over the past couple of months, I’ve been learning about financial health because as much as we use money on a daily basis, it’s something that’s still very taboo (especially for women) to talk about. One of the biggest takeaways I’ve learned so far is that you need to be investing, not just saving, especially if you’re a broke millennial.

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