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Can Money Buy Happiness? 5 Arguments for (and Against)
Mon, 01/19/09 | 49 Comments
Can Money Buy Happiness? 5 Arguments for (and Against)

Can Money Buy Happiness?
Can money buy happiness? It’s one of the most heavily disputed and researched questions of all time. Countless studies have been done, with each seemingly confirming the inconclusiveness of the last. I’ve …

7 Lessons Learned After One Week of Unemployment
Sun, 01/18/09 | 14 Comments
7 Lessons Learned After One Week of Unemployment

It’s been an interesting week. My wife (a Landscape Architect), and a number of her co-workers, experienced day one of unemployment. I had never encountered this situation before, but the ‘what-ifs’ always crossed my mind …

How to Use Wattzon.com to Cut Energy Use & Expenses
Thu, 01/15/09 | 7 Comments
How to Use Wattzon.com to Cut Energy Use & Expenses

Followers of this site know that I’m a pretty big supporter of energy efficient cost savings. I’ve written a series of posts under the name ‘green matters‘ on the topic. That being said, I was …

Day One of Unemployment
Mon, 01/12/09 | 10 Comments
Day One of Unemployment

Well, folks. Real life circumstances are going to have a heavy hand in some of the topics I cover over the next few months. My wife lost her job today (she’s a Landscape Architect). All …

A GTD Summary & Review of Allen’s Getting Things Done
Fri, 01/2/09 | 6 Comments
A GTD Summary & Review of Allen’s Getting Things Done

A Review of Getting Things Done by David Allen
I just finished Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity. The book has sold hundreds of thousands of copies and is preached as the go-to manual …

8 Financial Mistakes that Lead to the Post-Grad Blues
Mon, 12/29/08 | 9 Comments
8 Financial Mistakes that Lead to the Post-Grad Blues

Student Finances: A Modern Day Tragedy
My apologies for those of you I sucked in by invigorating memories of dried noodles and chicken-like scents – this post will not encourage Ramen noodle eating (but it certainly …


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