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Whether you are transitioning careers by choice or circumstance, or just pursuing a side gig, being flexible in your approach to jobs can have major financial benefits. It's up to you to recognize transferable skills in yourself, seek out-of-the-box opportunities where such skills are valuable, and articulate them to those with decision-making power.
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Parenting is challenging enough, let alone teaching your children to be frugal. Strategies to help teach frugality to children, despite different personalities, are important.