February 2011

If you think about what you love to do with your money, what comes to mind?  Perhaps a guilty pleasure in the form of a Starbucks cup, a new piece of designer clothing, or perhaps it’s a weird hobby, like old electric trains.  The one thing most people never say they love to with money […]

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My sister and I went shopping this past weekend.  I enjoy shopping with others so we can compare bargains and get feedback on potential purchases. We both picked up several items and still our total was only $61 with a savings of $145 over the original retail price!  There are three parts to our strategy […]

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Travel Nerves

by Kay Lynn

Today I’m flying to the Midwest to visit my mom, siblings and other family members. I’m nervous about the trip even though it’s one I’ve made many times over the years. The difference is this time I have a travel companion. My grandson, Alex, is accompanying me. I’m thrilled and scared at the same time. […]

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We all know the saying “misery loves company”.  That’s why I was glad to read it’s not just middle class homeowners that have lost a lot of value in their homes. The most famous home in the U.S.  has lost 25% of it’s value since the height of the market which is about $80 million.  […]

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Hallmark is one of the companies most of us have known all our lives with products ranging from greeting cards to ornaments.  You might recall that this company had included a recordable storybook in a pre-conference package for Blissdom registrants. The recordable storybooks from Hallmark feature unique voice-capture technology that allows a person to record […]

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