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When Is It Time to Stop Being Cheap?

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Today on the podcast, we talk about when it is time to stop being so cheap and when to loosen the purse strings. For those of us that spend the many years of residency and early attending years being extremely frugal, it can be hard to know when and how to change that. We cover several questions that you can ask yourself to know if it is time to start having some fun with your money. We also tackle some reader questions regarding tax-loss harvesting with Bitcoin, asset protection for cars, and when you should change your investment strategy if...

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5 Best Exercise Bikes for a Short Person and How to Choose One (Summer 2022)

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If you’re a short person, finding a decent exercise bike can be daunting. The problem with them is that they’re usually designed with the average person in mind, so every person who does not fit into that category is left to fend for themselves. Meanwhile, exercising on a bike that is not suited for your body can not only be ineffective but also dangerous. That’s why we’ve put together this list of the best exercise bikes for a short person. We’ve looked at a variety of factors to ensure that these bikes are comfortable and safe for someone of shorter...

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Summit teen Kyle Day secures first place finish in debut bodybuilding competition

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Some adolescent boys dream of becoming a body builder one day, but very few make it a reality. Most fail to deal with the routine of working out hard for the majority of the week while maintaining a strict diet. Summit High School senior Kyle Day was able to overcome these challenges and accept the necessary sacrifices. Day recently competed in his first bodybuilding competition of his career and walked off with a first place finish at the Organization of Competition Bodies’ Arizona Scorcher bodybuilding competition in Phoenix on Saturday, June 18. Day, who has lived in Summit County for...

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Hitting the Trails With Your Pup? These Adventure Pet Products Will Keep Them Happy and Safe in the Great Outdoors

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There’s no leaving the doggo home this summer. Whether it’s running over trails, paddling on the lake, or sleeping under the stars, there’s more adventure pet products on the market than ever before. Retailers have realized our furry friends want to hit the trails, too, launching a litany of dog hiking gear (and paddling/camping gear) to keep them happy and safe. We’re not complaining—and neither is Fido. So pack the “good boy” or “good girl” treats for happy tails and happy trails. No matter where your next adventure takes you and your companion, here’s the best pet adventure gear to...

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Smarter: Should Your Window Fan Face In or Out?

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By Pang-Chieh Ho This week I’m settling the debate on whether a window fan should face inside or outside and offering other tips on how to stay cool this summer. Also in this issue: the surprising amount of food we throw out. And I’ll answer a question from one of you: “What happens when sunscreen expires?” THE BIG STORY‘Big Fan of Yours’ For the first eight years I lived in New York City, I managed to do the near impossible: I hardly turned my AC on in the summer. Part of it was practicality. I was barely making enough money...

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