Monthly Archives: December 2009

Don’t Make Resolutions this Year

With a new year coming, it’s time to take a look at where you are now. If you want to make some changes in your life, try something different this year: Don’t make a resolution. Most people don’t keep their … Continue reading

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Are You Ready for Bad Weather?

When I lived in Los Angeles, everyone talked about “the big one,” referring to a disastrous earthquake. Now that I live on the east coast, earthquakes are not part of my reality, but the occasional bad snowstorm is. A good … Continue reading

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How To…Just About Anything

Have you discovered ehow? You can learn about any number of things on the website, including travel, cooking, business, health, finance and gardening. “Certified experts” and “everyday people” with subject knowledge have contributed more than 1 million articles and 170,000 … Continue reading

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Books about Shopping

At this time of year, with so much emphasis on shopping, you may not consider how retailers bring you into their stores and get you to part with your money, often buying things you hadn’t intended to. We may have … Continue reading

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