How to Host a Biggest Loser Competition at Work

Looking for some a fun group and work activity? How about hosting a weight loss competition at work (a la Biggest Loser). Let me show you how it’s done. Back in 2009, a friend of mine had this fantastic idea to host a Biggest Loser Weight…
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Reading these 5 Money Books is Like Getting Your Personal Finance GED

We're not born with money knowledge. Sure, some of us might have a natural fascination with numbers. But at some point we had to actually pick up the personal finance knowledge we use on a daily basis to get ahead. At MoneyProdigy.com,…

4 Best Apps to Help You Manage Your Money

Amanda's Note: This was provided by an online contact. Taking control of your finances is easier than ever in the digital era. Getting the help you need to maximize your spending power is as simple as grabbing your cellphone. Countless apps…

Get Yourself Rodeo Ready, Houston!

When I was 11 years old, my Uncle Andy and Pop-pop took me, my sister, and my brother on a road trip across the country to go see our Uncle Glenn. He lives in Arizona, and the rest of us were stationed on the East Coast. It was a memorable…

Start From Where You are, With What You Have

Think you're bad with money? Here's a simple, but profoundly life-changing money mindset shift that you need to make. Master this, and "Oh, the Places You'll Go." I had this big, red carpet dream (as Erika Lyremark likes to say). About a…

Pivotal “Yes” Moments in Our Lives

Saying “no” feels safe. "No" closes off the unknown, gets us out of {more} work, and staves off relationships we just don’t want to be part of. But it also shuts the door to opportunity. We may be able to “no” our way into our comfort…