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Get Rich Slowly

By J.D. Roth


Why You Should Turn Your Back On What Others Want You to Do

Ask 100 people for a definition of success, and chances are, you’ll get 100 different answers. Many will be variations on similar themes. Wealth and its trappings define success for some.

Zen Habits Update (with a Best of April 2008)

Hi guys … as you’ve noticed, I haven’t been posting as much in the last couple weeks.

Born to Buy: Empowered or Seduced?

This is the sixeenth discussion in a “book club” series on Born to Buy by Juliet Schor, which fo

Happiness interview with ProBlogger’s Darren Rowse.

I’m starting something new: from time to time, I’ll post short interviews with interesting people about their insights on happiness.

need some style in the dining room? wallpaper your table!

alice saves her table from water spills and adds a bit of style to the plain vika.

Personal Finance 101: The Basics of Estate Planning

A few days ago, I made an offhand mention of my will, which drew a lot of questions from readers about their own wills and other things they need to be taking care of in terms of being sure that th

Wedding Registries: A Love-Hate Relationship

This is a guest post from Betsy Teutsch, who writes about socially responsible investing, savvy consuming, and sustainable living at M

The Fast Track To Being A Winner Is By Becoming A Public Figure

Written on 5/06/2008 by Alex Shalman, creator of the Practical Personal Development blog.

Daily Links: Fulfillment and Inflation Edition

I often ponder which direction I should take Get Rich Slowly. Build the site? Write a book?

True happiness fact: challenge brings happiness (after it brings frustration and anxiety).

One of the least pleasant conclusions I’ve reached is that, darn it, the experts are right when they say that novelty and challenge lead to happiness.