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Last year, I was talking about the following around this time:

The STAR Trader Workshop was Stupid Investment of the Week. It’s another one of those seminars where participants pay to listen to a sales pitch.

Here are three suggestions for a life without regret, that is, regret pertaining to finances. I can’t help you about that one night stand.

Here’s how I “spent” my vacation in Williamsburg, Virginia. Wow, I can’t believe that was a year ago all ready.

Two years ago, I talked about trading savings for enjoyment of life. I’m doing some of that this summer, as well.

Three years ago, I mentioned that I enrolled in an MBA program (which, after taking a break for a year, I am now finishing), while pointing out that those with six-figure salaries can get laid off, too.

Published or updated August 16, 2006. If you enjoyed this article, subscribe to the RSS feed or receive daily emails. Follow @ConsumerismComm on Twitter and visit our Facebook page for more updates.

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