By Age 35, You Should Know Comparison Is The Thief Of Joy

Hanging around personal finance blogs, forums, and websites, you may get the impression that everyone is doing financially better than you are. Recent backlash around a Fidelity report that you should have twice your income saved by 35 got me thinking about how to evaluate financial advice you read online, productive and unproductive responses to advice you don’t like hearing, and what a path forward might look like.

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Will AI Destroy Your Job? Yes, but No

I’ave been seeing a lot in the news lately about how artificial intelligence will destroy the job market as we know it. This is true, but I don’t think our kids need to worry. The job landscape of today would be totally unrecognizable to someone transported from the 70’s or 80’s, and we’ve adapted. I’m confident our kids will adapt too.

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Breadwinning, Six Figure Moms – Stephanie Assi

I’m excited to bring you another entry in my famous Breadwinning, Six Figure moms series – the story of Stephanie Assi. She’s a breadwinning six figure mom in tech who loves to cook and read – much like me! She’s a Lead Software Developer at a Fortune 500 company, and mother of an energetic 11 year old boy. She was born and raised in Ivory Coast, and permanently moved to the United States for her Higher Education studies in Computer Science.

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Replacing An Automatic Car Door Key – For Cheap #moneysavinghack

My car dealer told me years ago that it would cost over two hundred bucks to replace my broken automatic key, so I’ve been living with my spare key for years. Check out today’s story about how my husband saved over a hundred and fifty bucks by replacing my key the cheaper way – and learn some financial lessons in the process.

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The Regrets Of the Old, Ill, and Dying – And How To Avoid Them

Much has been written about the regrets of the sick, elderly, and dying. When we’re young and healthy, this isn’t something we often think about – but we should. Find out the top regrets people have at the end of their lives, and figure out how you can avoid them before it’s too late.

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