budget self care rituals

Budget-Friendly Self-Care Tips for Men + Women

American psychologist Herbert Freudenberger first coined the term “burnout” in the 1974, aiming to describe the extreme levels of stress and exhaustion commonly felt by those in service-based roles (e.g. nurses, social workers).1 Now in a time plagued by demanding work schedules and insane expectation of perfection in our personal […]

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US memorials and monuments

US Memorials and Monuments That Could Have Been

A well-conceived and executed monument delivers a stirring historical take and a moral imperative in one. But from Mount Rushmore to the Statue of Liberty, the intentions of those who commission and build these monuments are often compromised by expense and practicalities. Not to mention the controversy involved in choosing […]

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What Child Care Options Do I Have?

How to Find Affordable Child Care While You Work

According to a recent survey from Care.com, child care is unaffordable for seven in 10 American families.1 Many frustrated parents feel like their salary is nullified by the cost of a nanny or day care. In fact, 63% of parents said that the cost of child care influenced their career […]

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dental financing

4 Tips for Dental Financing

While 95% of U.S. adults agree or strongly agree that regular visits to the dentist will help maintain overall health, only 58% have visited their dentist in the last year.1,2 There are many excuses to avoid the dentist — the time, the potential discomfort, the cost — but that doesn’t mean […]

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easy ways to save

5 Ways to Trick Yourself Into Saving More

Everybody knows that saving is a good habit — it’s obviously better to have more money in the bank than less — but actually getting yourself to put money away rather than spend it on things you like can feel close to impossible. If you’re having trouble making yourself save your money, […]

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