If you want to become a better learner (which I think is important for everyone), I have news for you: my blogging friend Scott H Young just released Learn More, Study Less: The Video Course. It’s an expansion of his popular e-book Learn More, Study Less which has sold thousands of copies. I enjoy the original e-book (here is my review) and that’s why I was glad to know that Scott created an expansion of it. In addition to the e-book (228 pages), the course contains:
It’s an important question to answer. Tracking your spending may seem simple, but it can make a big difference in your personal finance. The sad truth is that many people don’t realize they are having financial problems until it’s too late. The simple habit of tracking your spending can help you avoid such a situation. Make no mistake: even if you earn much, not tracking your spending could easily lead you into financial trouble. One example is Michael Jackson. He was a great artist and left a great music legacy. We can all learn from his passion and dedication. But, just as with me and other people, there are also things from his life that we should learn not to do. One of them is in personal finance. Here is what The New York Times wrote about it:
Note: This is a guest post from Daniel M. Wood of Looking To Business Ever wish the day was 2 hours longer? In today’s society we are expected to do more and more, and no one is giving us any extra time to do it. But what if someone could give you some extra time? These 7 tips have all saved me hours each and every week. They are easy to implement and will help you put all your energy into the right tasks.
Note: This is a guest post from Tory McBroom of Low-CalorieDiet.com The greatest wealth is health – Virgil The benefits of a healthy diet are undeniable. Unfortunately, following such a diet can be costly. But for us frugal folk who seek a healthy lifestyle there is hope. With a few tips we can effectively stock our pantries with high quality, healthy foods without breaking the bank. Before we get started, however, let’s take a look at what eating healthy consists of: