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Billionaires aren’t cool anymore in the eyes of the public and the planet

Consumerism and capitalism have been driving forces for the growth of wealth and the expansion of world economies. However, a study led by psychologists at the University of Bath has shown the pitfalls of these systems and that they have had dire consequences for the health of the planet and its Read More...

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More than money is needed to take down global poverty

According to the World Bank, around 9.2 percent of the global population live in extreme poverty, meaning they survive on less than $1.90 a day. Youths make up two-thirds of this statistic, with women representing the majority in most regions. Solutions to this problem may seem straightforward: Read More...

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4 signs you need to say NO from time to time

Saying “no” to a request is understandably difficult. Professionally or personally, we either want to help, accommodate a friend, or fear we may upset someone we care about. That’s why we can be inclined to say yes to those we're close to. If your schedule is already filled with work, Read More...

Donating affordably

5 affordable ways to donate your money

You don’t need to be a billionaire philanthropist to make donations that matter. Even if you’re on a budget, there are some clever ways you can give to good causes—even if it’s a small amount of money. Here are five affordable ways to be a philanthropist. Rethink your rewards These days Read More...

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How to spend your money on happiness

No matter how many times you click ‘buy’ online, spending money online to buy things isn’t necessarily going to make you a happier person. That, however, doesn’t mean that spending money, in general, can’t help make your life a bit happier. With a little conscious spending, you can Read More...

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Warren Buffett’s secret to success? Optimism

We’re all probably familiar with Warren Buffett for his financial success, but money doesn’t necessarily buy happiness. So what does one of America’s richest businessmen credit as the key to happiness? Optimism. Buffett is well known for his optimism, but data science consultant Michael Read More...

How to reassess your spending

How to reassess your spending as we return to social activities

Whether you experienced job loss, moved, or used the time to save up for an important purchase, the pandemic influenced personal finances considerably. Now that we’re starting to move back towards a new normal, it’s important to reassess our spending habits to ensure our new way of life is in Read More...

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This global experiment with ‘lost’ wallets will restore your faith in humanity

Let’s say you lost your wallet on the street and a random stranger picked it up. Do you believe you have any chance of getting your wallet back with its contents still inside it, or would you think your wallet is a goner? According to a new global study, you have reason to have faith in humanity Read More...

These 3 simple habits will hel

These 3 simple habits will help you stress less about money

We know decision fatigue is an issue: Essentially it's what happens when we are faced with too many choices, either over a period of time or all at once. And as studies have shown, when we are overwhelmed, we are unable to think through our decisions, and often act irrationally or Read More...

How to save money when you’r

How to save money when you’re trying to lose weight

If you’ve ever tried to lose weight, you’ve probably come to realize that it can be a pricey endeavor for your wallet. From gym memberships to nutrition plans and expensive superfoods, the path to weight loss can cost a fortune. But it doesn’t have to be this way. With some careful planning Read More...