Organization

I recently got a sneak peek into Manilla, a new household account organization site. It’s like the creators read my mind and knew to create one site where I can keep track of all account information whether it was for frequent flyer miles or the local utility company. This is perfect for me since regular […]

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Clipping coupons has been a classic way to save a little (or a lot) of cash when shopping for generations. I remember growing up I had a friend who was one of nine siblings, four of them two sets of twins. They were a large family and they required a lot of supplies on a […]

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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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That’s right, if tax time is a dreaded occasion for you – largely because you equate the entire process with drowning in a shallow swimming pool – then you might benefit from some handy tips on how to stay on top of the tax process. It’s no harder to handle your taxes than it is […]

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