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Wed, Aug 20, 2014 2:43 AM
About 1/3 of us have little or no money set aside for retirement. You can minimize your impact (and help your financial bottom line) by moving into a smaller home.
Bringing nature into the workplace can give you a bit more energy and reduce stress.
Here are eight inspiring examples of women who have made great strides in the workplace.
80 percent of U.S. workers have at least one complaint about their job, which is lower than it was last year.
Legal cannabis markets are bringing a powerful ally to the fight against marijuana prohibition — the business community. Read about the fascinating nexus of Wall Street and Haight-Ashbury.
Print these free coupons and then use our recipe ideas to create healthy meals.
From fruit peels and coffee grounds to pantyhose and pill bottles, here's how to save money and treat your trash like treasure.
Charitable giving increased in many countries as people seemed more willing to help strangers and donate to charities than ever before.
Regardless of your position, you'll often need to be creative. Here are some tips on getting the juices flowing.
You may have a credit in your Kindle account from a legal settlement that you probably didn't realize you were a part of. It’s time to go on a book shopping spree.
Jobs with good wages and the opportunity for advancement increases employees' happiness levels.
If you've started paying by app, do e-payments guilt you into tipping when you don’t think you need to?
New report finds that women start dropping out of the sciences as soon as they graduate from high school.
A seasoned traveler says you just need to know which kind of credit card best suits your goals and spending habits. That's how you maximize travel rewards.
When writing your resume, be sure to use action words that define specific experience, skills and accomplishments — and avoid cliches at all costs.
How digital cash for the Internet works and the story behind the anonymous person who started it.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.