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Five Things You Must Do To Grow Your Digital Brand {Giveaway}

by Joanne Tombrakos August 31, 2015

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When my primary care doctor gave me a referral for a specialist, the first thing I did once I was assured she accepted my health insurance was Google her name. I read her bio and took note of where she went to school and when she graduated. I checked out the links to the articles […]

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How To Create the Ultimate Home Office

by Sarah Chang August 28, 2015

Have you joined one of the over 30 million workers who now work from home? Whether you’re telecommuting or starting your own business you’ve probably realized you need a great space to actually get things done. You may not have a dedicated home office, but little tweaks in your work space can make a big […]

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The Seven Habits of Financially Successful People

by Kali Hawlk August 24, 2015

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There are a few ideas that serve as the foundation of good money management habits. Spend less than you earn. Try your best to save more than you spend. Develop these routines and you’ll be on your way to building wealth. If this is true, though, why do so many people fail to achieve financial […]

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Join Our #TechSideHustle Twitter Chat!

by Jessica Jones August 20, 2015

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Thinking about starting a side hustle to make a little extra money? Wish you had the tech skills to start a tech side hustle? Thinking about learning to code? If you answered yes to any of these questions join us 8:30pmET Thursday August 27 for our #TechSideHustle Twitter Chat with Skillcrush. Skillcrush is an interactive […]

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Five Networking Fails and How To Avoid Them

by Katharine Paljug August 19, 2015

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No matter where you are in your career, there’s no way to avoid networking. And if you’re on the hunt for a new job, it becomes even more important. More than 50% of new jobs are found through networking — some statistics even say as many as 80% of employees find work via networking rather […]

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A Month-By-Month Guide to Making More Money This Fall

by Melanie Lockert August 18, 2015

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For many of us, September marks the end of summer relaxation and a return to the hustle and bustle of the fall season. There are back-to-school festivities and the holidays are quickly approaching. All of that, coupled with summer expenses you may still be paying for (like vacation and travel) can leave you feeling a […]

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Five Female TV Characters and How They Budget

by Meredith Lepore August 14, 2015

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We know television isn’t usually realistic, particularly when it comes to clothes and real estate. On the small screen, a Soho loft means boho and cheap, when in truth this type of space could go for upwards of $30,000 a month. Dressing trendy and urban (in Madewell or Anthropologie) makes you poetic and thrifty on […]

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Seven Tips For Saving on Summer Sales

by Meredith Lepore August 10, 2015

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This is really it. We’re almost at the end of summer. No more summer Fridays, no more long lazy evenings, no more drinking iced coffee in the middle of the day. We’re sure you have your own list of warm weather indulgences you’ll miss once we hit September. Of course, on the plus side, there […]

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Seven Budget-Friendly Fall Fashion Trends (Get Excited!)

by Meredith Lepore August 6, 2015

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Yes, summer is still going strong — and we’re sure you don’t really want to think about throwing on a jacket in a few months (unless it’s a really cute jacket!). That being said, the stores are already starting to lay out their fall fashion, which means it’s time for you to consider planning your […]

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Going Back to School? Five Tips That Will Help You Save

by Melanie Lockert August 5, 2015

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After working full-time for a few years, I started to get the urge to go back to school. I wanted to take my career to the next level and expand my horizons. Getting a master’s degree was always something I wanted to do, but it was still a big, scary decision. One of my biggest […]

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Seven Things You Should Know About Tipping When You Travel

by Katharine Paljug August 3, 2015

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When you travel, few things can make a fun situation turn stressful faster than trying to figure out how to tip the people who serve you. From bellhops to waiters to tour guides, you interact with a lot of people on a single trip. Should you tip them all? How much? And how can you […]

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Five Habits Causing You Stress — and How to Break Them

by Ashley Feinstein July 30, 2015

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Raise your hand if by the end of the day you feel spent. Between work, home, and life, the reality is most of us end up running for most of the day. Add in the fact that as women we often have a tough time saying “no” — it’s a recipe for chaos. As Carl […]

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Win a Diamond Necklace, Financial Planning, and Help Girls Worldwide

by Sarah Chang July 29, 2015

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Have you ever wondered what it would be like to actually experience the things you read about in your favorite magazines? This is your chance to buy never-before-offered experiences, specially curated for you! MORE magazine and Meredith Corporation are conducting an exciting program called “Experience MORE!” that offers unique experiences to our readers, such as lunch in NYC […]

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Eight Ways to Save Money While Eating Out

by Sarah Chang July 16, 2015

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In the last month, how many times would you say you have you gone out to eat, even though you have a refrigerator full of food at home? Once? Twice? Too many to count? Despite the best of intentions (and well thought out meal planning), there are nights when you probably feel too tired, swamped […]

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How to Financially Prepare for an Unexpected Pregnancy

by Catherine Alford July 14, 2015

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If you or anyone you know has ever had an unexpected pregnancy, you know all of the emotions and shock that come with it. It may take a few weeks to get used to the idea of being pregnant. Then you have to tell your family and assess how you will handle this huge change […]

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How I Increased My Income by Becoming My Own Boss

by Melanie Lockert July 13, 2015

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Last year, I took a leap of faith and left my secure job for the uncertain waters of freelancing. Surprisingly, I wasn’t worried. Why? Because I was working at a nonprofit, making roughly $30,000. I had been in that field for practically my entire working life, never making more than $38,000. When I started getting […]

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Nine (Under $20!) Wine Accessories You Need This Summer

by Sarah Chang July 10, 2015

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Wine and summer go hand in hand — there’s nothing better than a cool glass of rosé or white on a hot day. With all those summer parties you’re planning, it’s important to be prepared. We’ve got the accessories that will help you get through the wine — ahem warm — months. So get out […]

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Nine Summer Budget Beauty Finds for Under $15

by Meredith Lepore July 9, 2015

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Summer is all about looking chic. Right? You probably just rolled your eyes. It’s pretty tough to look good when you have to deal with high temperatures, sudden rainstorms, and horrible humidity. Products can help — but you probably don’t want to spend a fortune on items you’ll only use for a few months. We’ll, […]

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