Monthly Archives: July 2009

Junk Mail Overload

I previously wrote about junk mail, but I am all riled up today because I just picked up my mail after being gone for a week and found the following in my box: 12 pieces of junk mail and 4 … Continue reading

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Making Cleanup Child’s Play

I was encouraged to expand upon a tweet that I left on twitter about making clean-up time seem like playing. I have to admit that I sing the clean-up song (after giving the two-minutewarning, of course). Yesterday, however, I turned … Continue reading

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Own to Rent

You may already be familiar with websites that let you rent textbooks, toys or handbags. They are worth considering if you need to use something for a short time and really don’t need to own it. But did you know … Continue reading

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It’s Just Like Riding a Bike

You’ve probably heard the saying “It’s like riding a bike.” People usually say it when they mean that you can pick something up that you haven’t done in a long time. Last week I was on vacation and I rode … Continue reading

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