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I'll be sharing some things that I hope visitors will find interesting and helpful. Enjoy!

  1. Whatís Wrong With Staying Home?

    by , 02-11-2010 at 04:40 PM ([email protected]'s Blog)
    This week we had a snowstorm. To many areas of the country this is no big deal. However, where I live we donít ďdoĒ snow. We donít have bi snow removal operations, most of us natives donít know how or care to drive in it, and everything pretty much shuts down until the melting happens. I like it that way. To me, a snowstorm is a chance to take a break from the hectic pace of life, to slow down, and just enjoy the view. But to hear many people around here cry about it, especially those from areas ...
  2. February - The Best Time To Buy...

    by , 02-03-2010 at 07:01 PM ([email protected]'s Blog)

    Chocolate (post Valentineís Day)
    Steak (post Valentineís Day)
    Seafood (post Valentineís Day)

    Big screen TVs (before the Super Bowl)
    Air conditioners
  3. What's Your Opinion? - Move Your Money

    by , 01-07-2010 at 11:12 AM ([email protected]'s Blog)
    Move Your

    [ame=""]YouTube- MOVE YOUR MONEY[/ame]

    People all over the country are choosing to move their money out of bigger banks and into smaller, community-oriented financial institutions that generally avoided the reckless investments and schemes that helped cause the financial crisis.

    Fueled by the personal initiatives of thousands, itís a grassroots effort that ...
  4. Rent College Textbooks and Save

    by , 01-06-2010 at 03:24 PM ([email protected]'s Blog)
    Tired of forking over hundreds of dollars on college textbooks each semester? Then, stop buying your books, and start renting them instead. Several websites now allow you to rent the textbooks that you need, and to return them when you're done.
  5. 10 Things Not to Buy in 2010

    by , 01-05-2010 at 04:14 PM ([email protected]'s Blog)
    Ten years ago, most homes relied on dial-up connections to access the Internet and iPods, flat-screen TVs and the Nintendo Wii didn't exist.

    In 2010, consumer should expect to see more revolutionary products supplanting old mainstays. In media, DVDs, books, newspapers and magazines will continue to lose ground to services like in-home movie rentals and gadgets like the Amazon (AMZN) Kindle. In big-ticket items, the push for energy efficiency will continue to influence consumer decisions ...
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