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Chocolate Lover? Ban Words Like Indulge and Treat

Michelle May, M.D. | Posted 04.20.2014 | Healthy Living
Michelle May, M.D.

Even though some expert gave you "permission" to eat a limited amount of a favorite food like chocolate, these subtle messages feed unconscious feelings of judgment and deprivation that may lead to paradoxical overeating.

Jewelry Designs to Watch Out for This Holiday Season

Emily Elyse Miller | Posted 01.25.2014 | Style
Emily Elyse Miller

Here are two designers that will surely make you stop a girl on the street to find out: "Where'd you get that amazing bling?"

5 Ways To Save BIG On Your Wedding Day Look

Women & Co | Posted 05.04.2013 | Weddings
Women & Co

Going for that gorgeous look on your big day doesn't have to cost big bucks. You just need to know when to tighten (and loosen) those bridal purse strings.

The Average Woman: How Does Your Spending Compare?

LearnVest | Posted 12.24.2012 | Women
LearnVest

Do you ever feel a pang of guilt when you hand over $4 for a fancy coffee? Do you have an internal rule for how much is too much to spend on shoes?

17 Luxurious Gifts For That REALLY Special Person

The Huffington Post | Christina Anderson | Posted 10.11.2012 | Style

Other than that iced coffee in the morning, I've been pretty frugal these days. Gone are the days of blowing way too much on a pair of impractic...

Fulfill Your Urge To Splurge -- But Be Smart About It

Real Simple | Posted 08.24.2011 | Women

There's something about the word "splurge" that just feels indulgent—it rolls slowly off your tongue in a decadent drawl, and evokes imported truffl...

'Good Bad' Economy Inspires Consumers As Slump Eases

Bloomberg News | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business

May 13 (Bloomberg) -- Brooke and Doug Sterenberg booked a seven-day, $2,800 cruise to the Bahamas on Carnival Corp.'s ship the Conquest, with its thre...

Reduce Stress: Buy What You Want

The Wealth Report | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business

Buying overpriced indulgences may feel good in the short term, but you pay the price later. Or at least that's the conventional wisdom. But a study b...