I have to admit something; I never wanted a house. I’d lived in apartments or townhome like structures most of my life, and I was content with that type of living. True, I never had a garage, and often I’d lose my parking spot, but if anything broke all I had to do was call […]

I remember when I started working for myself many years ago that I went into it thinking I was going to need the same office supplies that I had in my office at the job. I purchased, in volume, things such as pens and pencils, staples, notepads, and paper clips, along with a lot of […]

Some years ago I wrote a post talking about grocery shopper’s cards and the great savings you can get from them. Even though I’m not someone with a pattern of going to lots of different stores for groceries, since I literally share a backyard with one, I have found not only great deals here and […]

Our government officials, both state and federal, are bashing each other on the heads while trying to change health care, dealing with debt limit increases or reductions, looking at unemployment that doesn’t seem to be going down, few new jobs being created, gas prices rising again, lowering taxes for the rich and increasing them for […]

We’re in the process of evaluating whether or not we should sell my mother’s home since she’ll no longer be living there. I’ve only ever owned one home and it’s the one I live in now; the same goes for my wife. It’s a daunting venture trying to figure out what to sell one’s house […]

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