May 2011

Unfortunately, divorce has grown to staggering numbers over the past few years; in fact, the United States is home to a divorce rate of almost fifty percent. That means, theoretically, that if two couples get married, it is likely that one of the two couples will undergo a divorce. Obviously, for two people to want […]

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The plan to clean out our closets this weekend was a success.  I can’t believe how nice it looks and easier it is to find a particular item. We got to the task first thing Saturday morning.  Mr. Boomer and I tackled it together section by section.  He would unload each area and every item […]

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Normally, I post freebies over at my sister site, Two Savvy Sisters. (Yes, pun intended.) Because these free email subscriptions are directly related to personal finance, I wanted to make sure you knew about them. I’ve been reading this one for a while and it’s a quick read with good information. The LearnVest Daily is […]

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Purging the Closets

by Kay Lynn

When the last child left the nest recently  my soon-to-be guest room still had unwanted furniture, storage items and six large bags full of gently worn (if worn at all) clothing. He did ask if we would donate the clothes so my husband arranged for a pickup on Monday.  I was glad it was a […]

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We’ve all heard the news about baby boomer retirement savings.  In a recent poll, 24% revealed they had no savings outside of home ownership. I’m not in that boat, but there are a lot of reasons Mr. Boomer and I don’t have a larger amount. Parenting Raising kids increases expenses greatly.  There’s the obvious expenses […]

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