In much of America, a car is necessary if you want to get anywhere. And so, while I’ve seen various figures, it appears that roughly 9 in 10 American households own cars. Since they are necessary, and expensive, I imagined that transportation would consume a larger share of the budgets of lower-income families than upper-income families.
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Please join me for a live chat at The Motherhood on Tuesday, Oct 12 at 1pm eastern. We’ll be discussing where the time goes, and how to gain more control of it. Plus, The Motherhood’s live chats always feature a lot of great bloggers, so it will be quite the roundtable. Hope you can make it!… read more »
What is your personal brand? And how are you letting the world know about it?
Those are the questions that Dan Schawbel (who I interviewed for my recent Reuters piece on returns on social media marketing) started asking a few years ago. In 2007, he wrote a book called Me 2.0 to bring the concept of personal branding to a broader audience. The revised version of th… read more »
As promised, today is List of 100 Dreams Day here at My168Hours.com. I’m posting the first 100 dreams that I came up with, and I hope you will join me! You can post a few (5-10? or more if you want) in the comments section, or post on your own blog. (2013 UPDATE: Comments are closed on this post, but you can post comments on my recent post on Revisiting the Bucke… read more »
It has been a dreary week here on the East Coast – raining just about every one of the past 168 hours. Yet somehow, I forgot to pack my umbrella when I took the train to Washington DC yesterday. I walked to my hotel from Union Station during a lull in the rain, but after getting situated and finishing up some work, I saw that it was really starting to come down.
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