January 2011

I’m going to forgo the Week in Review posts, at least for now, so I can spend less time reading other blogs and more time working on my e-book which hasn’t progressed past the outline yet.  But I still want to have a weekly post with information I think is of value to you.  So, […]

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photo © 2010 Keith Williamson | more info (via: Wylio)Growing up, I used to take a trip every summer to spend a week with my Grandparents in Fayetteville, Arkansas.  I always loved going fishing down by the lake, eating the best BBQ around at B&B, and going with my Grandpa every morning to look up […]

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It was in the news recently that one woman has been bullied for years by other residents in her retirement community. And they weren’t just mean girls (or more correctly, women). Men participated in the ostracizing at the Arizona community. Who knew that retirement could bring back flashes (or nightmares) from high school?  Some think […]

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This is the second article in a four part series on Resolutionizing your Finances. Visit Other Better Living Network sites focusing on other areas of your life.  Part 1 was on budgeting. Before I started putting every dollar to work my savings strategy was very short term.  I only saved money for specific purposes such […]

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Friday I wrote about how to improve your mood.  Saturday morning something happened that all those tips could never help.  Six people at (or near) a meet your congressperson event were killed.  Thirteen other people, including Congresswoman Giffords were shot with many of this group in critical condition. That’s sad enough but then you bring […]

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