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5 Financial Habits That Will Make You Happy

I, for one, wasn’t surprised with the new happiness finding from the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University. It basically confirmed what I found in a Roper study conducted five years ago, for my book The Ten Commandments of Financial Happiness. The study reports that happiness rises as household income does up to about $75,000 […]

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Savoring the Joys of Summer Eating

Bestselling author Mireille Guiliano offers up a delectable recipe concocted from her favorite seasonal fruits.

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Liza Donnelly’s Cartoon of the Week: The Best Thing About Summer?

Liza Donnelly, noted cartoonist for The New Yorker, is also the editor, with her husband, Michael Maslin, of the book Cartoon Marriage: Adventures in Love and Matrimony by The New Yorker’s

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Hillary Clinton Through the Ages – Part 2

The second installment in a two-part series of first encounters and initial impressions spanning five decades from Gennifer Flowers, Tom Brokaw, Erica Jong, Vaclav Havel and others. (Compiled by Dana Cook) Not bluestocking severe Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr., historian and author May 23 [1993] …to the White House for a dinner in [socialite Pamela Harriman’s] honor. […]

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Hillary Clinton Through the Ages – Part 1

A two-part series of first encounters and initial impressions spanning five decades from Gennifer Flowers, Tom Brokaw, Erica Jong, Vaclav Havel and others. (Compiled by Dana Cook) Instant rapport Vernon Jordan, civil rights leader and presidential adviser …I…met [Bill] Clinton’s wife, Hillary Rodham, in 1969 at a League of Women Voters event at Colorado State University […]

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‘Relentless force’ behind Ronnie: Nancy Reagan remembered

(Compiled by Dana Cook) Mike Wallace  – broadcast journalist Prim and proper …I’m certain I was the only working journalist who could boast that I had known Nancy Reagan longer than her husband had. …[When] I met her, Nancy Davis was a student at Smith College, and I remember her as a prim and proper […]

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The Price of a Million-Dollar Smile

Much to her own chagrin, Sheila Nevins will stop at nothing to preserve her teeth

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Beating the Winter Blues – Seasonal Affective Disorder

Shining the light on winter gloom. The winter blues are real and known as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)  where individuals suffer from depression in part due to shorter days and decreased sunlight.   Individuals may also decrease their outdoor activities and therefore exposure to fresh air and exercise during these months compounding the problem. Some […]

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Jean Chatzky: Your Job Is Your Most Important Investment (VIDEO)

What’s the biggest investment in your portfolio? No, not your house. Not your retirement accounts, either. If we learned anything from the Great Recession, it’s Money Rule No. 1: Your job is your most important investment.

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Dear Margo: When Not To Sleuth Around

Margo Howard’s advice

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