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Written by 9rules on August 2, 2012
It’s August. And just like that half of 2012 is gone. Hopefully the first half of 2012 has been a very productive one for you – one that you can build on as we hurtle through the second half of the year. But since you also need to relax, check out the best content we’ve had in the 9Rules network.
Whether you’re planning a summer tailgate party or simply want a refreshing hot-weather beverage to serve at your next dinner party, whipping up homemade lemonade is a great way to get in the summer groove.
The summer sun is beating down in certain parts of the world. Quench that thirst with some really innovative takes on lemonade. You’ll swear off the plain kind after you’ve tasted these treats.
Welcome to Wise Bread’s Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on building a fabulous career wardrobe for less, choosing a community college, and retiring early.
Sometimes the best content is not just one article but a collection of really helpful ones. This collection of really cool articles are an interesting read and quite helpful too. That’s a winning combination there.
When a friend of mine got laid off, she told me she was resorting to retail therapy to make herself feel better. Turns out that shopping when you’re down can make you feel better. A recent study by Northwestern University found that retail therapy actually works, and if you do it before a stressful event, it can even help to insulate you from the negative effects.
We’ve all gone through our rough patches. We’d usually go through a really stressful day – one we wish would just end so we can call it a day. You can make yourself feel better without having to spend a lot with these wise tips on how to perk yourself up while still being frugal.
It is so tempting to project our own story into the silence. Isn’t it interesting that we often project the most painful scenario? The one that hurts us and diminishes us the most?
Sometimes you just need to step back and detach from what is happening so you can think more clearly and realize you may just be projecting all of the negativity into a situation that is not really negative at all.