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Month: October 2014

MoneyMiniRoundup: The Best in Money and Productivity for October, 2014

​October has been a huge month for MoneyMiniBlog.

I’m sure hoping you’ve noticed the fresh new look.

The re-designing process was a lot of work, but it was worth it.

I’ve been doing more than just working on this new design.

I’ve been writing a new book, creating even more great content on money and productivity and, most importantly for this article, I’ve been reading articles from all over the web.

Allow me to wrap up October’s best articles on money and productivity and put them together for you in a nice little package…

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How to Effectively Use Caffeine to Boost Your Productivity

​Do you drink coffee everyday?

If you’re over 18, you probably do. Statistically.

Over 50% over Americans (over the age of 18) consume coffee on a daily basis.

You may be the kind of person who gets cranky when you don’t have your coffee, or you may be able to go without it.

Either way, if you drink it everyday, you are sabotaging yourself from the benefits you could be getting from that age-old energy booster known as caffeine.

Here’s how you should be doing it…

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The Quick Guide to Education Accounts: 3.2 Tax-Free Ways to Invest for College

Should you save for your children’s education?

A better question is “should you invest for your children’s education?”

There is a simple cut and dry answer here…it depends…it’s really up to you.

Did I say cut and dry? Forgive me.

You are not obligated to pay for their college. It’s not your responsibility as a parent.

However, it is nice to be able to help them out. Here are the best ways to do it…

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Plan Your Finances Like a Game of Chess and Win the Retirement Game

Some people are planners and some aren’t.

Which are you?

Chess players are counted among the world’s greatest planners as they not only have to think many moves ahead, but have to come up with alternative plans if their opponent doesn’t move as anticipated.

This advance planning is similar to the strategic thinking needed in order to stay ahead when the financial markets don’t behave the way you hope they would.

Even if you’re not a chess player, chess can teach valuable financial lessons and help you become the grandmaster of your money…

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How to Create Good Habits (And Stick With Them)

​​We all have our habits. Positive and negative.

Habits are like compound interest. They can be our best friend or our worst enemy.

So, how do you create positive habits?

How do you get them to actually stick?

​Here is the most effective way to create and stick with new habits…

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