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Jonathan Burton is the money and investing editor for MarketWatch, overseeing coverage of investment news and strategies. His Life Savings column focuses on money and personal finance matters. Since the stock markets are off to such an enthusiastic start for the year, we may well see good performance in 2013. Higher dividend paying stocks will remain in vogue, as will larger cap stocks that are better able to navigate an uncertain future for the world economy. He's hesistant to make comments about the political situation, but sees ample reason for concern on that front. But for now things look pretty good. 

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Dr. Rosalene Glickman coined the term Optimal Thinking. While positive thinking is nice, it won't necessarily get you what you want, or where you want to be. Instead, her theory is to get you to live the best life you possibly can as much as you can. This means changing self-limiting thoughts and being totally honest with yourself. We can be our own best friend or our worst enemy. The choice is always ours to make. The consequences are obvious. And always remember that success in one area of your life, does not mean you'll have a successful life. That requires Optimal Living.

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When it comes to making every minute count, you should look into joining a time bank. Members exchange hours for credit and receive services from other members in repayment. Best of all it's non-taxable and even fun. Delia thinks it's all part of the collaborative economy coming to the forefront. She believes that the Senate's new cross the aisle attitude is all a part of it. While your host wouldn't quite go that far, there's certainly some merit to people joining and looking for non-governmental solutionsl Most of the problems that society suffers today are the direct result of excessive over-reaching government. 

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People are rising up against Drones surveilling their activities and reporting back to the police. Seattle just banned the Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV's) from their skies and Florida has a bill pending in the legislature that would also severely restrict local governments' ability to watch you from the sky. Many other states are considering similar actions as well. However, the user/abuser of Drones is the federal government. Remember about a year ago, I was flying down the East Coast and personally witnessed on patrolling the skies. Every state bill passed will need to have an acception for Homeland Security, when they purportedly going after terrorists. Although what exactly constitutes a terrorist in this day and age is an open question. But you're seeing the beginning of a revolt by the people to limit their government's power. 

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