Friday, September 30, 2011

5 Steps to Save More Money

Many of us do not realize how our financial behavior patterns and habits actually drive us further away from our personal goals and deeper into debt. A part of this apparent illusion comes from the insignificance of small amounts of wasteful expenditure that these habits involve. In the backdrop of our overall budget, addressing these habits seems to have a relatively low payoff. However, when we put all these habits together and look at their impact over time, they make up a significant chunk of money that could have contributed to savings or debt repayment insteadAs part of my current mission to leave behind all that I believe is worth leaving behind, here are some small ways that you can stop borrowing from the future.

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Friday, September 2, 2011

How to Start Blogging For a Cause

The tool I have chosen to make a difference to my future and the future of civilization is writing - writing about what I believe, about what is right with the world, and what is not, writing to create a network of like-minded people, writing using the tools of technology, of blogging, and of social media on the internet. When I set out ten years back, there was no Facebook, no twitter, no status updates, and no blogger. Neither was there a sense that user generated online content could be used for reasons other than commerce.

Blogs have come a long way from the early days of online journals and internet communities. As blogs have evolved to their modern form, more and more people are wanting to join this movement, using the internet to reach a wide audience with their thoughts and opinions. Platforms and technologies, too, have kept pace, offering the new blogger user friendly and intuitive interfaces. If you have just set out on your journey to become an ace blogger, you will benefit from this collection of expert tips on the basics of blogging.
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