5 Ways to Invest in Yourself

Do you know of an investment that will surely pay off big in the future? No financial investment is ever guaranteed to bring back huge returns except investing in yourself. Investing in yourself will upgrade your potential and help you to transform your future for the better. The best time to start is now.

While you work to enhance the growth of your career, company or business, you should not forget your personal growth so you can live a well-balanced life. Here are 5 ways that you can start investing in yourself.

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10 Tips for Healthier Hair

Having a bad hair day also means we feel less attractive and less confident than we usually do. This could greatly affect our whole day as these little concerns can influence our mood, even our productivity and how we interact with other people.

On the other hand, a good-looking mane can make our day. Whether it’s our hair or our mood because of our great-looking hair, people will notice and the whole day has a higher chance of being a pleasant experience just because of people’s compliments.

Having healthy hair is not as high maintenance as you think. To get healthier, good-looking hair, here are some tips that you can incorporate into your personal care routine to ensure that you have your scalp and locks pampered too.

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5 Steps to Properly Wash Your Hair

Hair is our crowning glory and how we wash our hair can affect how glorious, or how limp and tired, our hair looks. There are many ways to care for our hair but let’s start with proper hygiene. How we wash our hair can promote its health or cause damage to our scalp and strands.

“Oiliness is next to ugliness” is a good reminder to take note of when it comes to our hair. If we don’t properly wash our hair, our scalp will produce more oil to ward off dryness which can cause our hair to look limp instead of soft and light. To avoid having hair that looks dull and uncared for, here are some basic steps you can follow to properly wash your hair.

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Personal Finance Lessons You Wish You Had Learned in School – Part I

Did you know that the number one cause of stress is money? According to several studies, more people worry about money compared to health, family, work or relationships. This is true regardless of age, citizenship, gender or educational attainment. Although financial stress is expected among low income families, it is puzzling to note that even high income households and highly-skilled professionals still do worry about money. A diploma on a prestigious university is never a guarantee of wealth.

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How to Cope with Inflation

You cannot stop inflation from happening. Prices of goods and services will go up. It is all part of the economic cycle. For as long as you are a consumer, you need to start caring about inflation because it will affect you whether you like it or not. No one is exempted from the pain of having to go through the rising prices of goods and services, wherever you are in the world. The good news is that there are some things that you can do to protect yourself from inflation

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Lessons from My Maid Invests in the Stock Market and Why You Should, Too!

All of us who are stuck in the rat race know the daily stress of work and the anxieties we have for our future even as we worry about the present issues that our families are struggling with. The chart of expenses below compares the expenses of the regular employee to their house helpers. The comparison may seem funny but the situation also tugs at reality in a major way.

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Why You Should Invest in the Stock Market

Putting your money on a low interest savings account is not such a good idea especially if you have big financial goals such as buying a house, sending your kids to college or saving for retirement.  The only way to get more money is to make your money work for you by investing it.  Investments will generate more money for you in the future through interests and price appreciation.  In other words, you invest to create wealth.Read More »

Advice from The Richest Man in Babylon

You have been working very hard all your life. Yet, you found yourself in the same financial situation over and over again. Your income is barely enough to cover your basic needs. You are trapped in the rat race. You often wonder, what is it that you have been doing wrong? How come there are some people who are getting richer and richer by the day while you who had been working very hard is getting nowhere?

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Bonds vs Stocks vs Funds

Parking your money in a regular savings account is never a good idea. Warren Buffet, one of the world’s most successful investor of our time has this to say about investing in cash:

The one thing I will tell you is the worst investment you can have is cash. Everybody is talking about cash being king and all that sort of thing. Cash is going to become worth less over time… Cash is a bad investment over time.”

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