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11-28-14 - Friday - Black Friday and the Holiday Season


I made it through Thanksgiving and woke this morning to a good glucose reading. I did eat things that I haven’t eaten in months like apple pie and ice cream. 293 more words

Type II Diabetes

Beware of December madness

December is here! And that’s means over-spending, over-eating and boozing throughout the country.
Retail stores have started with their mission to lure the unsuspecting/gullible consumers into debt. 233 more words

Decide What You Want: 4 Action Steps to Help Achieve Financial Success

“The first step to getting the things you want out of life is this: decide what you want.”

– Ben Stein

Many people today don’t have an accurate picture of their overall financial situation. 709 more words

Leadership

Starving, disabled children are symbol of a cuts agenda with no conscience

Lorna Jamison is selling things from her home in Haverhill, Suffolk to buy her two sons winter coats. Family photo frames, ornaments and toys; whatever she can get her hands on and will get some money quickly. 221 more words

Disability

Here’s how much that Black Friday ‘deal’ could cost you in the end

Canadians are planning on turning out to Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales in droves, with some lining up in the cold overnight to grab a deal — but if you struggle with paying off your credit card in full every month, take caution. 404 more words

Canada

Remember these two holiday shopping budget-busters

Happy Thanksgiving!  In my last post, I encouraged you to do three easy things to make sure you aren’t one of the millions of Americans who over-spend and then have a credit card bill hangover.   452 more words

Personal Finance