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10 Tips to Develop Both Sides of Your Brain

Each side of the brain performs certain functions. The right side focuses on the visuals and the “big picture” of something. It’s the side from which creative thought springs. The left brain, on the other hand, is the linear, detail-oriented, and logical part. Many people tend to have a left or right brain dominance which ...

5 Tips to Convince Your Overprotective Parents to Let You Travel Alone

A lot of parents aren’t comfortable with the idea of their children traveling abroad, particularly if they plan on going alone. They think it is unsafe and simply a waste of time and money. It may potentially take away their focus on what’s really important in life, like education and career. However, you and I ...

Medicare – What’s New in 2019?

You can expect Medicare to change each year. Premiums, deductibles, and copays are just some of the changes that have recently occurred when January 1st rolled around. Other changes dealing with plans and their benefits could happen from year to year. This year, Medicare, of course, updated prices. They also did other things, like allowed ...

Wedding Tips for Introverts Planning Their Wedding

Your wedding day and the preparations before it are obviously going to be extremely taxing and troublesome. Not only do you have to channel your thoughts and try to get them on paper, but you also have to be responsible for handling several tasks at once. With many guests coming over to your marriage, it ...

What is CFD and Why You Should Trade Them

You may or may not have heard of CFD in regards to trading. However, they can be a valuable resource in the financial world. If you’ve never heard of them, this is for you. What is CFD? We’re going to cover the answer to this. Additionally, we’ll talk about how trading works, costs, and benefits. ...

How to Stick to your Financial New Year’s Resolution

At the start of a bright and shiny new year, the first few days of January are the easiest to get through. You’re full of motivation to make a big leap and get started on your resolution to save more money. But as the weeks go by, you start to lose momentum, falling for the ...