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I like setting New Years resolutions as a way to focus on achieving things that are important to me. Last year I set a new years goal to lose five pounds by the end of the year. I failed but will try again this year. I seem to do better when it comes to setting financial goals. Last year I dropped my $50 per month health club membership in favor of walking and a new exercise routine that my doctor gave me that costs nothing. That is $600 a year I did not need to spend. Let me know if you want the details and I will post the routine.


Lauren Chapman
Lauren Chapman
Dec 23, 2009

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With the holiday frenzy finally off your back, you find that the New Year is right around the corner. If you are planning to host a New Year’s party this year be sure to keep a budget in mind. Here are some quick and easy tips that will enable you to throw a great New Year’s party without emptying your wallet.

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