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Between unpaid holidays and high cost months, this time of year can mark the start of a difficult and expensive few months. Now is the time to get prepared, so that you can reduce the financial burden and the stress that can come with it. If you are interested in learning more about how to
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I have a confession to make: before I found infinity calendars, I messed up birthdays on a regular and consistent basis. I would get so frustrated when I found out that I had the wrong day by just a day or two. Or my personal favorite, I would miss the birthday altogether. These were the
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I DESPISE VALENTINE’S DAY! In my opinion, it is one of the most ridiculous made up holidays for commercial profits out there. The Valentine’s Day hype has gone from a day to stop and appreciate, recognize, and spoil the person that you love with words and acts of kindness, to a day to compare how