Archive for December, 2010

New Year Resolutions

Justin Wolff (Guest Writer) @ Lucid Living Long-distance Sprinters Remember those guys at school that ran the 1500 meters race like it was a sprint?  They were never the winners – I’m talking about the guys who took off at full pace and looked fantastic until the first bend.  Then the rest of the field […]

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New Year’s Eve On A Shoestring

Helen Grange (Guest Writer) @ Lucid Living So money is tight, but it’s also New Year’s Eve! And if you celebrate only one night this year, it must surely be December 31, if only to greet January 1 with a joyful spirit to set the tone for 2011.The one thing you don’t want, though, is […]

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Conscious Dining

Janet Telian (Guest Writer) @ Lucid Living The 18th century poet called it “Elegant Sufficiency”, our mothers and grandmothers declared “enough is as good as a feast”. These sayings express my certainty that in the kitchen and dining room, a well-planned menu is like a lucid argument. Related Posts:Gifts That Won’t Get You Into A […]

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Gifts That Won’t Get You Into A Hole

Neal McKenna (Guest Writer) @ Lucid Living Is the Christmas season destroying your budget? We look at some fun ideas to bring the costs of Christmas giving down. Related Posts:Money Issues In A RelationshipDebt-Free WeddingsTalking About DebtLucid Formula To Financial SuccessTeaching Children To Be Money Wise

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Control The Spend-Aholic This Christmas

Helen Grange (Guest Writer) @ Lucid Living Christmas is upon us and with it, the impulse to spend. But remember that the economic crunch is still with us, and the fact is that by Christmas, around 200,000 South Africans are expected to be under debt review. So even if it is Christmas, you’ll have to […]

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Banking Fees That Suite You

Mary Oxford (Guest Writer) @ Lucid Living Nobody likes bank fees but, like death and taxes, they’re inevitable. Each month we whinge and moan about the amount that gets deducted, but it’s easier to complain about bank fees than to do something about it. So what should you know, and what could you do? Related […]

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