These days, it’s all about saving money — and still enjoying your life. No one is better at figuring out how to do that than consumer warrior Clark Howard. He gives tips for some of life’s biggest bills, including retirement and healthcare.
Marilyn Kentz has one of the sharpest, brightest and funniest minds around. She is a comedian, writer, sitcom star, storyteller and a fearless warrior for women. She talks about her outrageous new one-woman show “WIll I Ever Wear a Bikini Again?”
Like many people, Dominique Browning found herself the victim of the economy. Suddenly, the highly successful magazine editor-in-chief was out of a job and panicking. Find out what she learned about slowing down and enjoying the little things in life
How can you not only survive these difficult economic times but also learn to take advantage of unprecedented opportunities? We’ve got the man who can teach you how.
Perhaps more than any other group, the recession continues to have a painful effect on the Americans over 50. With her Over 50 and Out of Work project, Susan Sipprelle hopes to change the public perception of these talented workers.
What if you could live with a lot less stuff and a lot less money, yet be happier than you’ve ever been? It’s not a trick. It can happen. Peter Walsh will help you learn how to lighten up your life.
The recession has led to difficult times for a lot of people, including 48-year-old Don Cupo. A year ago, he had lost his job and his optimism. But then he decided to take action and a leap of faith.
The job market news continues to bleak, but Dick Bolles, author of the job-hunters’ Bible “What Color is Your Parachute,” says there are millions of jobs out there. He’s here to help you find them.
Sometimes the simplest ideas are the hardest to accept. Catherine McCarthy’s Energy Project is helping people embrace a simple idea — taking care of yourself dramatically improves your quality of life.
Could the recession actually be a good thing? The woman leading the simple living movement thinks our current economy will actually encourage Americans to hit a reset on their finances and start living the smart way. Find out how.