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Great post. I completely agree, and relate to most of what’s written:

Work, life, and money are intertwined intimately, and yet they’re rarely addressed together. As the traditional boundaries that used to define “work” and “life” disappear, the conventional beliefs related to money must also evolve.

Last May James ranked 10th on our Celebrity with earnings of $48 million. His Liverpool investment will only make him richer. Of course, his best move may have been working with Henry, who as I pointed out in my story of Wall Street sports owners, has been hugely successful.

The average American family of four throws out an estimated $130-175 per month in spoiled and discarded food. That’s real money going straight into the garbage or compost bin instead of paying off your credit card bills.