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This Week 5’s (12.11 – 12.18) Affirmation: Rest: I will get 6-hours of Sleep each Night!
 
Date – 12.13.17
B-Book 40: Thoughts Without a Thinker by Mark Epstein
The key message in this book:  Both Buddhism and psychoanalysis can …

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The huge cost new parents may be overlooking

Submitted by on April 16, 2017 – 5:20 pm No Comment

Some expecting parents may forget to prepare for what will likely be their biggest expense when the baby arrives: child care.

When asked how much they think it costs to raise a baby, 54 percent of people planning to have children in the next three years said they expect to spend less than $5,000 a year, according to a recent survey by the personal finance site NerdWallet.

Source: WAPO

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