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I’m writing again from my stenograph.  Since I was spending a lot of time last week packing away things and moving to a new home, I also had my computer reinstalled and didn’t get a chance to connect my stenograph to my computer so I had to resort to using my QWERTY keyboard to type.   899 more words

New Experiences

Weekly Meal Plans: the Pros and Cons

This is the first time for me to post a weekly meal plan. I have been thinking about trying out meal planning for awhile because it seems to be a technique frugal bloggers/authors often employ. 372 more words

Frugal

GREAT SCOTT: A Month Forward and I'm A Lonestar

So here we are, just over a month from my previous post. When I wrote the last time there were A LOT of things up in the air: we were in the middle of a move for both our home and office, trying to figure out finances/plans for Gen Con, and working to get things together for the big move ahead of us. 659 more words

Video Games

DragonCon or The Geekiest Thing I Ever Did

I’m looking through my Twitter and Facebook feeds and all I’m seeing right now is non stop talk about DragonCon which starts today in Atlanta. I know most of you have heard about the San Diego Comic Con, even if you just have some vague interest in entertainment. 1,007 more words

Geekness

To Buy or to Rent an RV?

Are you looking to buy an RV and you’re wondering if renting one might be just as good?  Well, as with anything else out there you will find that there are pro’s and cons to each side of the coin. 513 more words

Buying

Paizo Posts Another Successful Year At Gen Con 2014 [Gen Con 2014]

One of the biggest booths this year at Gen Con was that of Paizo, the publisher of the wildly popular Pathfinder RPG. Pathfinder is enjoyed in gaming circles all around the world, and it’s picking up speed that doesn’t seem to be dying out any time soon. 561 more words

Raine

The Ups-And-Downs Of Reverse Mortgages

Recently it made sense for me to talk to a mortgage broker about a refinance. As soon as we sat down, the first thing he asked me was whether or not I was interested in a reverse mortgage. 509 more words

Judith Heft