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  • newLifeTopix 7.0 and My.Agenda 2.0 Guided Tour

    LifeTopix 7.0 and My.Agenda 2.0 Guided Tour

    Team LightArrow is very excited about our new updates of LifeTopix and My.Agenda. Our new updates include several new features to maximize your productivity at home, at work, and while you’re on the go. Keep reading to learn how you can take advant…
    - 15 hours ago, 29 Jul 13, 5:05pm -
  • Best Practices for Getting Things Done — Master Organizing

    Best Practices for Getting Things Done — Master Organizing

    LifeTopix and My.Agenda are personal organization apps for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. Both apps are especially useful for those who utilize David Allen’s Getting Things Done® (GTD) method. The GTD method is an excellent method for organizing y…
    - 20 days ago, 10 Jul 13, 3:51pm -
  • Best Practices for Getting Things Done — Processing

    Best Practices for Getting Things Done — Processing

    LifeTopix and My.Agenda are personal organization apps for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. Both apps are especially useful for those who utilize David Allen’s Getting Things Done® (GTD) method. We’re constantly incorporating features that are use…
    - 45 days ago, 14 Jun 13, 10:08pm -
  • LightArrow Reveals Vision for the Company’s Future — iOS, Windows 8, Android
    LightArrow CEO Interviewed on Vision — Shares Priorities for iOS, Windows 8, and Android in the Enterprise LightArrow, Inc. co-founder and CEO Adi Mishra talks to *second screen INSIDER about LifeTopix, and shares the vision for the future of their…
    - 62 days ago, 29 May 13, 3:12pm -
  • Best Practices for Getting Things Done — Capture and Collect

    Best Practices for Getting Things Done — Capture and Collect

    LifeTopix and My.Agenda are personal organization apps for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. Both apps are especially useful for those who utilize David Allen’s Getting Things Done® (GTD) method. We’re constantly incorporating features that are…
    - 66 days ago, 24 May 13, 8:57pm -
  • Your Family Calendar, All in One Place
    Organizing your calendar and schedule is a big challenge when you have a lot going on — and most of us do. And if you’re a mom who’s organizing the whole family, it’s even more challenging. Learn how LifeTopix and our starter app, My.Agenda,…
    - 71 days ago, 20 May 13, 4:33pm -
  • Productivity Secrets from a Seasoned Mom

    Productivity Secrets from a Seasoned Mom

    With Mother’s Day right around the corner, this special holiday reminded me of how overwhelming motherhood can be. Whether you’re a stay-at-home mom taking care of children, a mom running a home business, or a mom who’s working outside of the h…
    - 82 days ago, 9 May 13, 7:39pm -
  • Learn How to Work With the Near Me View in My.Agenda

    Learn How to Work With the Near Me View in My.Agenda

    If you haven’t had a chance to check out our new app, My.Agenda, we encourage you to do so. It’s the starter edition of our complete organizer app, LifeTopix, for those of you who want to start simple, but find that the crowd of overly simplisti…
    - 88 days ago, 3 May 13, 4:23pm -
  • Manage Your To-dos and Checklists Like a Pro in My.Agenda

    Manage Your To-dos and Checklists Like a Pro in My.Agenda

    If you haven’t had a chance to check out our new app, My.Agenda, we encourage you to do so. It’s the starter edition of our complete organizer app, LifeTopix, for those of you who want to start simple, but find that the crowd of overly simplistic…
    - 89 days ago, 2 May 13, 7:55pm -
  • Introducing My.Agenda, and What’s Next for LightArrow
    Dear Friends and Followers of Team LightArrow: Today is an exciting day for us. Today we have expanded our app portfolio with My.Agenda — for users who desire an easy-to-use app for managing their busy lives, but want more than just a simple to-do…
    - 95 days ago, 26 Apr 13, 6:07am -

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  • Frugal Grocery Shopping Tips

    Frugal Grocery Shopping Tips

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  • 7 Ways to Barter for a Bargain

    7 Ways to Barter for a Bargain

    Strapped for cash? Trade for what you want.
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  • Ditch Credit Card Debt for Good

    Ditch Credit Card Debt for Good

    The average American household now carries $15,422 worth of credit card debt, according to personal finance site nerdwallet.com. Trying to pay off a balance of that amount can take one heck of a chunk out of a monthly budget. It can be done, however,…
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  • 10 Most Useful Money Apps

    10 Most Useful Money Apps

    Want to save a pile of money this year? Try these innovative apps.
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  • 10 Ways to Use Your Smartphone to Save $1,000+

    10 Ways to Use Your Smartphone to Save $1,000+

    These easy-to-use apps can help you save a ton of money in the coming year.
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  • Cut Your Grocery Bill In Half

    Cut Your Grocery Bill In Half

    Your food bill is a variable expense; you can cut your grocery expenses in half and continue to eat well. A change in grocery-shopping habits reforms your eating habits. Healthy foods are often cheaper than unhealthy foods. If you are the family shop…
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  • 5 Steps to Paying Off Debt Fast

    5 Steps to Paying Off Debt Fast

    Pay off debts fast with some good planning and financial discipline. The following steps will help you get out of debt without stressing your finances too much.
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  • Most Lucrative Work-From-Home Jobs

    Most Lucrative Work-From-Home Jobs

    Tired of your commute, coworkers or cubicle? Try these home-based careers.
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  • Careers For Every Personality Type

    Careers For Every Personality Type

    Finding the right career is never easy and usually involves trial-and-error and frustration before the perfect fit materializes. Although many people seek jobs that suit their skill set, there is a strong case that suggests your personality is just a…
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  • The Best Places in America for Jobs

    The Best Places in America for Jobs

    Even in periods of economic downturn, new jobs are still being created and there are many places across the country experiencing high job growth and low unemployment. There are also certain sectors within the economy where a lot of work is available.…
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  • Things You Need to Know Before Buying a House

    Things You Need to Know Before Buying a House

    Use this guide to help you buy the right home and get the best deal you can on it.
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  • Biggest Barriers to Buying a Home

    Biggest Barriers to Buying a Home

    Buying a house can be a daunting task for a first-time buyer. You may worry about your ability to afford a home or whether your credit score is high enough to secure a mortgage. Before shopping for a residence, build up your savings for a down paymen…
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  • Top 5 Reasons Homes Don't Sell

    Top 5 Reasons Homes Don't Sell

    It's a tough decision to sell your house, and frustration can set in easily when your home sits on the market a long time. Several common problems are at the root of most home sale problems. Learn to recognize them and do your best to work around the…
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  • 7 Most Common 401(k) Blunders

    7 Most Common 401(k) Blunders

    These retirement mistakes can cost you thousands of dollars and delay your retirement.
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  • Retirement Rules: How to Save More

    Retirement Rules: How to Save More

    Saving for retirement is an important endeavor that you should plan carefully. According the United States Department of Labor, more than 50 percent of Americans fail to calculate the amount needed for retirement. Several rules of thumb exist for ret…
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  • 7 Tips for Retiring Early

    7 Tips for Retiring Early

    Although the idea of retiring early may be appealing, ensure that early retirement makes financial sense before going through with it. Risks involved with early retirement include tax penalties, loss of health benefits and debt collections. Save as e…
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  • Going 007 On Your Teen Car Driver

    Going 007 On Your Teen Car Driver

    The day of reckoning is at hand. Your teenager has been begging for years to be able to use the family car. They’ve taken a driver’s class at their high school. You’ve spent a couple of Sunday mornings at the … Continue reading →The post Go…
    - 84 days ago, 7 May 13, 12:51pm -
  • Do You Need Party Insurance?

    Do You Need Party Insurance?

    Cinco de Mayo is just a few days away. The invitations have all been RSVP’ed. Looks like you’re about to have a blow-out this weekend. Sixty folks have said they’re coming. That means spiked punch. A keg or two. A … Continue reading →The po…
    - 89 days ago, 2 May 13, 3:10pm -
  • Important RV Owners Insurance Facts

    Important RV Owners Insurance Facts

    We’re selling the house. We’ve worked all our lives. Our retirement fund will keep us going if we live to be 200-years old and gas prices rise to 40-bucks a gallon. It’s time to get out of the rodent race … Continue reading →The post Import…
    - 91 days ago, 30 Apr 13, 1:00pm -
  • Fire Drill – Teach the Kids How to Get Out of a House on Fire

    Fire Drill – Teach the Kids How to Get Out of a House on Fire

    Turn on the local news. Practically every night there’s a report about someone’s house catching fire. Hopefully no one got injured, but the fact is there are well over 3-thousand home blazes that take a life or two every year. … Continue readin…
    - 96 days ago, 25 Apr 13, 2:33pm -
  • Need to Know – Before Buying a Life Insurance Policy

    Need to Know – Before Buying a Life Insurance Policy

    It’s not like you’re just dropping a roll of quarters in some ridiculous machine at the airport. You’re hoping the jet doesn’t crash, but if it does at least your family will be rich. Not so fast. Save your coins. … Continue reading →The…
    - 98 days ago, 23 Apr 13, 1:11pm -
  • Go Paperless With Escobar and Allstate – Earth Day

    Go Paperless With Escobar and Allstate – Earth Day

    Little scraps of paper. Napkins with undecipherable notes written on them. A basket by the front door where all mail sits. So many trees that will never enjoy the light of the sun again. Then there’s the doctor’s office. Sneak … Continue readin…
    - 18 Apr 13, 1:21pm -
  • Is Insurance Tax Deductable?

    Is Insurance Tax Deductable?

    - 16 Apr 13, 1:54pm -
  • Renters – What’s the Difference Between Replacement Cost Value and Actual?

    Renters – What’s the Difference Between Replacement Cost Value and Actual?

    Age has its privileges. Look back to when you were just starting-out. You probably rented an apartment for a couple of years before you decided to take a dip into the pool of home-ownership. Times were tough. College loans to … Continue reading →…
    - 11 Apr 13, 2:03pm -
  • Sinkholes and Homeowners Insurance

    Sinkholes and Homeowners Insurance

    A few weeks back, there was  this terrible news story. Remember this article that was reported around the beginning of March, 2013? Here’s how CNN reported it: A Florida man fell into a sinkhole that opened suddenly Thursday night beneath … Cont…
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  • Stupid Motorcycle Insurance Claims

    Stupid Motorcycle Insurance Claims

    Kids try to get away with some really dumb excuses when the teacher asks, “Where’s your homework?” Probably the best is an old joke: “Larry, where’s your homework?” the teacher asks. “My dog ate it,” he replies. “Larry, I’ve been…
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