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You know the old mantra, “work hard, play hard.” But unfortunately, many American workers are forgoing the “play” part.According to 2018 data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, roughly one-third of U.S. workers put in more than 45 hours a week, with nearly 10 million employees working more than 60 hours weekly. That’s almost 8 percent more hours worked than employees reported in 1979.In fact, Project: Time Off’s 2018 report, “The State of American Vacation” states that more than half of American employees fail to use the vacation days they earn every year.New Era Debt Solutions offers reasons why you should take a vacation, both for your sanity and the economy:

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“Self-care” is a popular buzzword among those seeking to change their mental well-being or physical health for the better. Self-care can manifest in a variety of ways; it can be achieved through daily affirmations, exercise, a balanced diet, stress management, and so forth.So if you already put stock into your physical and mental health, why shouldn’t you take the same approach to your finances?New Era Debt Solutions offers 5 ways you can take care of your money matters and yourself at the same time:

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It’s a popular myth that living an environmentally friendly lifestyle is expensive. But in fact, reusing, reducing, and recycling practically goes hand in hand with saving money; both stem from the goal of consuming less.Historically, people have consumed and wasted less in times of economic hardship. But even during these fast-paced times, one-time use products are the norm. While it’s not easy to be environmentally conscious on a budget, it is possible. And if done right, you will save money in the long haul.New Era Debt Solutions presents the following ways you can save money while being more environmentally conscious:

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It’s fairly common for people to have “Improve Finances” and “Eat Healthier” on their list of long-term goals. It’s also common for people to mistakenly believe that it’s impossible to eat healthy while being budget-conscious; that you have to choose one over the other. We however don’t believe in choosing physical health over financial health and vice versa. Here are 5 easy strategies you can take with you to the grocery store to get the most bang for your buck:

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