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<I read the article as saying that understanding your own values and priorities and applying that to your own budget/expenses will help you to trim the things that bring no value and add that money to your long-term savings. That, I think, is a good message. >

Agreed, short read to the point good article. Many could benefit from this advice early in life, I sent it to my kids. The power of compounding! awesome!
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