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There’s nothing fun about a layoff, particularly these days when the amount of time it takes to find the next job is still way above historical averages. But if it has to happen, you’re best off if – like Carolyn … Continue reading
It’s a very common wish: To age at home, rather than in a nursing home or other facility for seniors. I know it’s what my mother hopes for herself (we’ve talked about it) and when I think decades down the … Continue reading
We have three kids in college right now. Fortunately, we have saved diligently for this and two of three were fortunate enough to get scholarships that help bring down the price tag a bit. College is a big investment and … Continue reading
Any parents reading this blog know that there are many “extras” that come with your bundles of joy. Those extras include a bond you will never experience anywhere else, in addition to higher bills from diapers to healthcare to school… Continue reading
Almost every summer when I was a child, we threw a backyard carnival to raise money for Muscular Dystrophy. We did this because a) Jerry Lewis asked us to and b) Ronald McDonald not only provided a kit with… Continue reading
The Wall Street Journal recently reported a decline – fairly steep by historical standards – in number of women having babies in the US. From 2007 to 2010 (the figures for 2011 aren’t quite cooked yet) the number of births… Continue reading
Storage Wars is a suspenseful reality TV show in which people blindly bid on the contents abandoned (or seized) in self-storage lockers in the hope of finding items of value inside. When the locker doors are finally cut open–the… Continue reading
Some years ago I divorced and moved into a smaller house. At the time I remember feeling a sense of relief at the lack of stuff in the place. Oh, I certainly had plenty. But because I was starting, at… Continue reading
I spent the Fourth with my husband, three of his hometown buddies and their wives/girlfriends. Whenever you get together with people who’ve known each other, quite literally, forever (some of these guys were playpen pals) there is no topic that’s… Continue reading