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Among the required skills that we have in life, I am convinced that one of those needs to be the ability to manage money – budgeting, saving, spending, and hopefully one day investing. And I believe that the earlier we … Continue reading
As soon as department stores become a safety hazard and I can feel Jack Frost nipping at my nose, I know we have entered the most magical time of the year. It’s as if the Holiday Spirit awoke from its … Continue reading
Wasn’t it in Jack & the Beanstalk where the giant sat at a magic table that kept replenishing the food, even as he ate? As we enter this season of guests, parties, feasts, and gatherings (not to mention the voracious… Continue reading
If this holiday season has your head spinning faster than the Sugar Plum Fairy can pirouette, you’re not alone. Between the iPad 2, Kindle Fire and Wii Fit, toys seem more high-tech–and high-priced–than ever and many families are still reeling… Continue reading
I’m on a mission. A health mission. Now that I’m a member of the 40-40 club (as I like to call it), I’m more focused on my health. I want to prevent and/or delay the illnesses that have unfortunately made… Continue reading
If there’s a time of year when more becomes less, it’s now. Many of us add more and more to our busy schedules, on top of our regular day-to-day juggling acts. December often means piling on holiday cooking, decorating and… Continue reading
When I married my husband, we formed a blended family and the “OURS” column in my life grew. It continues to grow. As an experiment, I googled “What is a blended family?” and 1,780,000 results popped up in .13 seconds…. Continue reading