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What do you think of the graphic above?  It’s from Mirror.me and is a reflection of my twitter audience.  I think it’s interesting to see the interests of those I interact with in this social media venue. Try yours. Today’s my grandson’s 2nd birthday and we’re taking him to Chuck E. Cheese for the first […]

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I recently finished reading Financial Recovery: Developing a Healthy Relationship with Money by Karen McCall and think it’s a good addition to anyone’s personal finance library. Remember, I am a graduate of Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University so that’s my reference point for comparison.  I found Financial Recovery to have some similar ideas but with […]

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This is the 500th post to be published at Bucksome Boomer!  I remember once reading another blog where the author mentioned the number of posts published and stressed how they were serious posts unlike the post of some other bloggers. I can’t claim all my posts were serious, but I felt they were relevant.   Next […]

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Happy weekend! I flew to Miami Thursday to attend the Sheblogs Conference.  My sister and I are here as the co-owners of Two Savvy Sisters and we’ve enjoyed the great content to this point. The conference kicked off with Guy Kawasaki and a free copy of his latest book.  I’ll share more about his presentation […]

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I spent a few days in the prairies of Canada this week.  Besides the temperature being drastically different than San Diego (duh, right?), it was a good trip.  However, I have one unanswered question.  Why are Canadians so darn nice? Is it in the water or air?  Because if I lived in that cold, I […]

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