January 2011

Did you know that the U.S. used to have a designated National Thrift Week?  It lasted 50 years ending in the 1960’s.  There’s an organization that wants to  bring back thrift week. What is Thrift Week During the years it was observed, National Thrift Week started each year on January 17th which is Benjamin Franklin’s […]

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The Weekend Scoop

by Kay Lynn

After a quick trip to New Jersey last week for work, I’m heading out again this week to attend the Blissdom Conference in Nashville.  I’ll write more about it later this week but if I’m slower (than normal) to respond to comments you’ll know why. Around the Web This week’s article at Couple Money explores […]

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A few months ago I shared my ten pantry essentials that I keep on hand at all times.  It’s time to move our gaze to the freezer and see what must-have items are stored there. 1. Chopped Onions. You won’t catch me chopping onions.  If I couldn’t buy fresh frozen chopped onions, I would use […]

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December 2010 Wrap-Up

by Kay Lynn

Next month I’m going to try to get this information out earlier, but figure it’s better later than never.  This is the first week I’m feeling on top of things after the busy holidays and start of the new year. Money, Money, Money I wasn’t happy with the looseness of my wallet last month so […]

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Insurance is an expense most of us dislike but consider a necessary evil.  Why?  We pay it hoping that we never get a return on our money. It would mean that something bad happened! It seems at times there is a policy for everything including identify theft insurance.  Most of us have the same few […]

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