Plutus Awards Weekly Showcase: November 15, 2019

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Donating On A Personal Level [Hair, Blood, Living Donations, Etc.]

“From donating hair to helping children with cancer to organ donations to save a life, these selfless acts have lasting impact in your community and beyond.” – Women Who Money

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From Pineapple to Paris: Divorce Mediation and Spending Priorities

“A divorce mediator’s simple lifestyle question raised deeper issues about spending priorities, budgeting, and trading money for time.” – Otterwize

The Tortoise and the Hare

“I always notice the difference based off of what type of employment someone has. Hares tend to pounce from job to job, getting nice fat raises in between stints of employment. Tortoise employees tend to walk off into the sunset hand in hand with their employers. Two very different tracks emerge when you start to notice and appreciate the difference between these Hare jobs and the Tortoise jobs. Both ways can get you to the same place – Financial Security. ” – OthalaFehu

Classic “Money Rules” Applied to TIME Management

“Obeying money rules leads to financial success. But which TIME rules can we follow that lead to a productive and well spent life?” – 5am Joel

How Much Is Enough For You

“What’s your ideal and realistic money goal? It would be nice to live like the rich and famous or simply be rich. But what we all need to look at financially is how much is enough for you.” – Chronicles Of A Father With Cents

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