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After well over 25 years at the non-profit Women’s Institute for Financial Education (WIFE.org) we find that we’ve learned a lot. Here are some of the things that experience has taught us about investing.

Saving a little can mean a lot . If you save $5 a day for your entire working life, you can retire a millionaire. Just as in the race between the tortoise and the hare, when it comes to saving and investing, endurance rules.

Bear markets, like unwanted relatives, show up whether you want them to or not . The average length of a bear market is 18 months.  But the bear market seems twice as long when you are in the middle of it. Don’t panic! Holding quality investments for the long term is what creates profits.

After well over 25 years at the non-profit Women’s Institute for Financial Education (WIFE.org) we find that we’ve learned a lot. Here are some of the things that experience has taught us about investing.

Saving a little can mean a lot . If you save $5 a day for your entire working life, you can retire a millionaire. Just as in the race between the tortoise and the hare, when it comes to saving and investing, endurance rules.

Bear markets, like unwanted relatives, show up whether you want them to or not . The average length of a bear market is 18 months.  But the bear market seems twice as long when you are in the middle of it. Don’t panic! Holding quality investments for the long term is what creates profits.

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• Gordon Brown made six mysterious lengthy phone calls from his Scottish constituency home to Canterbury , including one on Christmas Eve 2008 that lasted one hour 50 minutes. He also appears to have claimed to have Sky TV extended to his bedroom and regularly paid as much as £700 every three months for cleaning . In total in 2008-09 he was claiming around £10,000 to cover his utilities, council tax and service charges. He also claimed for grass cutting and service washes.

• David Cameron claimed £1,198.57 for oil for the stove at his Witney home in Oxfordshire on top of monthly utility bills averaging £180 a month. The Tory leader claimed £867.57 for burning oil in October 2008, with a further claim in February 2009 for £331 for his second home, for which he claimed for a mortgage of £1,081 a month . He also secured a 10% reduction in council tax on the property from his local council, though the value of the property meant he was still claiming back £196 a month for the band G tax.

• The Liberal Democrat leader, Nick Clegg , claimed £160 each month to cover "garden maintenance" , including keeping his hedges and front bushes trimmed. He has since agreed to repay some gardening expenses after Sir Thomas Legg set the retrospective level of acceptable claims for gardening at £1,000 a year. Legg wrote letters to MPs requesting repayments after auditing the last five years of expenses. He also claimed £70.50 for "drain clearage" in July 2008.

Here at Wistia, we've been having a lot of fun producing 360 video content. While we wouldn't call ourselves experts, we've already learned a handful of new production tactics for this immersive, unforgiving medium.

Spoiler alert! With 360 video, everything is in the shot. It's the very thing that makes the medium so powerful, but it's also the reason I've had to rethink everything I know about how to make a video. In this post, I'll walk through what we've learned so far.

360 video essentially limits you to a wide angle shot. This has some implications for camera placement that I've learned the hard way. Mainly, you'll want to keep the camera closer to key action than you'd think.

After well over 25 years at the non-profit Women’s Institute for Financial Education (WIFE.org) we find that we’ve learned a lot. Here are some of the things that experience has taught us about investing.

Saving a little can mean a lot . If you save $5 a day for your entire working life, you can retire a millionaire. Just as in the race between the tortoise and the hare, when it comes to saving and investing, endurance rules.

Bear markets, like unwanted relatives, show up whether you want them to or not . The average length of a bear market is 18 months.  But the bear market seems twice as long when you are in the middle of it. Don’t panic! Holding quality investments for the long term is what creates profits.

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• Gordon Brown made six mysterious lengthy phone calls from his Scottish constituency home to Canterbury , including one on Christmas Eve 2008 that lasted one hour 50 minutes. He also appears to have claimed to have Sky TV extended to his bedroom and regularly paid as much as £700 every three months for cleaning . In total in 2008-09 he was claiming around £10,000 to cover his utilities, council tax and service charges. He also claimed for grass cutting and service washes.

• David Cameron claimed £1,198.57 for oil for the stove at his Witney home in Oxfordshire on top of monthly utility bills averaging £180 a month. The Tory leader claimed £867.57 for burning oil in October 2008, with a further claim in February 2009 for £331 for his second home, for which he claimed for a mortgage of £1,081 a month . He also secured a 10% reduction in council tax on the property from his local council, though the value of the property meant he was still claiming back £196 a month for the band G tax.

• The Liberal Democrat leader, Nick Clegg , claimed £160 each month to cover "garden maintenance" , including keeping his hedges and front bushes trimmed. He has since agreed to repay some gardening expenses after Sir Thomas Legg set the retrospective level of acceptable claims for gardening at £1,000 a year. Legg wrote letters to MPs requesting repayments after auditing the last five years of expenses. He also claimed £70.50 for "drain clearage" in July 2008.

After well over 25 years at the non-profit Women’s Institute for Financial Education (WIFE.org) we find that we’ve learned a lot. Here are some of the things that experience has taught us about investing.

Saving a little can mean a lot . If you save $5 a day for your entire working life, you can retire a millionaire. Just as in the race between the tortoise and the hare, when it comes to saving and investing, endurance rules.

Bear markets, like unwanted relatives, show up whether you want them to or not . The average length of a bear market is 18 months.  But the bear market seems twice as long when you are in the middle of it. Don’t panic! Holding quality investments for the long term is what creates profits.

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