Family

My 1-year-old grandson has been taking infant swimming classes like the kids of Steve @Brip Blap. He thought maybe some Americans don’t know how to swim because they live in city. I don’t think that’s the reason.  It is more likely because of their socioeconomic background. Just like my grandson, my siblings and I took […]

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San Diego is a great place to visit and we are happy to host family and friends when they head out our way. Being Frugal shared how to be a good house guest when visiting relatives which got me thinking about what does it take to be a good host. Lodging For now I don’t have […]

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A blog post I read last week was lavishing praise on frugal habits during the depression with the point being that we could save money doing some of the same things today.  A nice sentiment and I don’t disagree entirely.  But we’re overlooking the elephant in the room. People were not being frugal by choice. They […]

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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 Sarah Harris from Massage Therapy.  Find massage therapy salary information on her site. When did going to the movies get so expensive?  Between buying tickets for your family, paying for parking, and purchasing popcorn, candy, and drinks, you feel like you just put a down payment on a house.  You swear you […]

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