June 2010

eBay Sales Woes

by Kay Lynn

Transactions on eBay have always gone smoothly for me.  I even wrote about the process. (Like I’m an expert, hah!)  My most recent foray into selling on this venue has not gone well. Does this happen to everyone eventually? A portable DVD player sold right at the end of the listing period for the minimum amount.  The […]

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Can you believe it?  This blog won its first award.  Buck$ome Boomer’s Journey to Retirement has recently been honored with eCollegeFinder’s Financial Mentor Award. The Financial Mentor Award recognizes the top 50 financial resources on the Internet that allow students to maintain their financial health while in school.  Finding an affordable education is just one […]

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Congratulations to the Los Angeles Lakers for their championship win this past week.  I would feel sad for the Boston Celtics but that team has a great history of championships and great players so they don’t need my pity. Also, happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there.  My husband and I will spend […]

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Lessons from My Dad

by Kay Lynn

This weekend most North American households will be celebrating Father’s Day in some way.  We’ll have brunch with my father-in-law and extended family honoring him. I’ve shared with you the loss of my dad so I can’t celebrate Father’s Day with him.  When reading ideas on other blogs about gifts I realized  that I can […]

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This is a guest post by Thomas Warren who is a content writer for Go College, one of the oldest and most trusted resources to guide students on how to finance and succeed in college. Nobody wants to tackle the dreaded budget, but with our country facing the worst financial crisis in decades, you have to […]

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