The 8 Truths of Happiness

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The 8 Truths of Happiness

Gretchin Rubin is the person behind The Happiness Project.

She discovered the eight truths of happiness.


Are you living your best life?

Take this 60 second quiz to find out.


Money Myths

A “financial guru” I’ve been following shared some “interesting” tips in his newsletter.

Some were typical tips, some were rehashed and incorrect advice.

Some of the myths I see everywhere:

Myth: Don’t use credit cards

Reality: I LOVE using credit cards for paying for things, BUT I never carry an outstanding balance. 

The reality is using credit cards is not bad, it’s when you can’t pay off your credit card balances each month, that’s when it causes problems.

I like credit cards because I can either collect points or even get cashback on purchases. It also helps with cash flow.

That’s just one of the myths. I’ll share more in upcoming issues.

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How to Handle the Winter Blues

When I lived in Asia, I was closer to the equator so I didn’t have to worry about daylight savings or a massive reduction in sunlight during the day.

Now that I’m back in Canada, the winter blues tend to hit harder when it’s dark when you wake up and dark by 4:30pm.

Here’s how to handle the winter blues if you live in such areas.


How to Show Your Friends Your Appreciation

Investing in your close friendships is just as important as any romantic relationship.

Here’s 9 ways to show you appreciate your friends.


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