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If you’ve got moves like Martha, you can turn your hobby into a profitable side gig. Read on for tips on getting started. How Can I Sell My Homemade Stuff? - Lifehacker
Tackle desk clutter—and attract positive energy to your workspace—with these Zen organization ideas. The Ultimate Guide to Feng Shui for Your Desk – Greatist
If you’re willing to live on the edge in order to save big on your next trip, this novel “blind bookings” travel site may be right for you. Get Major Savings With This New Discount Travel Site – POPSUGAR Smart Living
Giving your teen his first credit card when he goes off to college can help him build a strong credit history. But how can you tell what plastic is best? Which Credit Card Should You Get for Your College Student? - DailyFinance
Now that the weather’s changing, it’s time for your home maintenance routine to change, too. Autumn Is Here! 9 Perfect Tasks for Crisp Weather – BrightNest
The U.S. continues to be plagued by slow job growth—and these 10 careers are particularly hard hit. These Are America’s Disappearing Jobs – MarketWatch
From bicycle helmets to cribs, there are certain things that you just shouldn’t get second-hand. 5 Things You Should Always Buy New - Smart Asset
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Could solving your money woes be as simple as tapping your forehead? Welcome to the practice of the Emotional Freedom Technique. Are You Ready to “Tap” Your Way Out of Debt?
And if you’d rather talk through your money worries than tap through them, you may want to check our this novel branch of therapy. 10 Questions For … a Financial Therapist
Sometimes snagging that plum gig is all about being in the right place at the right time. “Accidental Networking”: How to Use Luck to Land Yourself a New Gig
When you’ve got a new place, it’s easy to fall into the trap of filling that house with nothing but new things. New-Home Syndrome: How Renovating Dreams Can Dig You Into a Hole
Are you saving for retirement, but nervous that you’re not “doing it right”? Check out these common pitfalls–sourced directly from the experts. The 7 Biggest Retirement Mistakes Financial Planners See
This writer always dreamt of having the classic private-college experience—but she took a different path. And she has absolutely no regrets. 3 Degrees, No Student Loans: How Skipping My Dream School Paid Off
Check out the first installment of former Cosmopolitan editor in chief Kate White’s new LearnVest column! Kate White’s Corner: 4 “Aha” Moments From My Career