Financial Fast in February

It’s the Shortest Month, So I Won’t Be Spending

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There are lots of resolutions and changes that begin in January, and that’s perfectly fine. But sometimes, starting off new in the New Year is tough, especially when focusing on financial goals. Post-holiday sales are hard to resist, and shopping for those things that were on your list but didn’t show up under the tree is so satisfying.

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Susan is a runner, a mom of 3 grown children, and an avid traveler. She writes about humans, and wrote a book about false accusations of sexual assault.

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Susan Kelley

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Susan is a runner, a mom of 3 grown children, and an avid traveler. She writes about humans, and wrote a book about false accusations of sexual assault.

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