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You Don’t Need to Stop Spending, but You Do Need to Pay Yourself First

I’ve been getting a lot of flack for how much I spend lately. I’ve been told I spend too much on a cause I’m involved with. I’ve been told I spend too much on going to the spa. I’ve been told I spend too much on travel. It’s true that I like spending money, but […]
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