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This Is How To Actually Work Smarter, Not Harder

We’ve found eight unexpected (and counterintuitive) ways to squeeze more out of your workday.

Possibly no piece of productivity advice is more well-worn than the adage, “Work smarter, not harder.” Of course, the directive points to the fact that it’s not how many hours you put in at your desk that matters—it’s how you spend your time there. In other words, get results faster and you won’t be spending so many late nights at the office.

But what does it really mean to work smarter?

“It means figuring out better, faster ways to work,” says personal productivity expert and trainer Peggy Duncan. But before you enroll in a time management course or start playing “beat the clock” with your project list, consider these counterintuitive ways to get more done.  Read the article (5 minute timing).

 

 

 

 

 

Can You Buy a House Without Your Spouse? The Pros and Cons

 | Jul 24, 2017
Can you buy a house without your spouse? That might seem like a weird and highly unromantic question, but there are plenty of reasons to ponder this possibility. Basically, this means that although you two might live in the home together, only you would technically “take title” to the property—a fancy way to say that you own it and have your name on the deed. It’s legal—and more common than you might think. Read the article…

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5 Ways the Government Can Save You Big Bucks on Your First Home

| May 31, 2016

Itching for the key to unlock your dream of a new house? Here’s yet another reason to love your country: The U.S. has plenty of programs and incentives that could make that goal a reality. If you’re a first-time buyer—and even if you’re not, in some cases—there are some government benefits that can help you afford those new digs.

Before we dive deep into the ways the government can help fund your new home, there’s a little matter to clear up: your eligibility.

The Department of Housing and Urban Development—the U.S. agency that oversees all housing matters—is fond of bolstering the success of first-time buyers. But that doesn’t mean you’re locked out of options if you’ve already owned a home. Here’s what HUD considers a “first-time home buyer”…read the article