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Updated 07-29-2008 at 08:59 PM by [email protected]
Weíre heading toward the time of year when thoughts turn to New Yearís resolutions. Maybe youíre making some specific financial resolutions: To get out of debt, save for a home, increase your retirement savings, or cut your grocery spending. Those are great ideas, but even if your resolutions arenít specifically financial, your hard work to improve other areas of your life can have some financial benefits you might not expect. Here are some popular resolutions and their financial benefits.
Recently I went through a very stressful period in my life. I usually handle stress pretty well, but for some reason this time was different. The stress was making me ill. I had gastric problems related to the stress, I got migraines for the first time, and I started grinding my teeth at night, ruining some dental work. I had to find a way to deal with my stress, but I didnít want to spend a lot of money on spas, massages, retail therapy, vacations, or psychotherapy. I needed to find some inexpensive
We've been enjoying barbecue pulled pork (courtesy of my successful experiment with the pressure cooker) and cole slaw sandwiches all week. I was on such a roll that night that I also made some oatmeal chocolate chip cookies, and I'm pretty sure the hubby thought he'd died and gone to heaven! Although he wasn't quite sure what to make of the sweet tea...that was a new experience for him.
I'm really starting to get into cooking at home instead of eating