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looking ahead, kind of

while january is the beginning of the calendar year, i consider labor day weekend an unofficial kick-off to a brand new year.  i’m largely absorbing this year’s “new year” though my family since next week nolan starts his first day of high school, and todd begins a new semester of teaching.   556 more words

Running

Seven Reasons Gen X Parents Rock

My oldest child is about to turn twelve. This freaks me out. I remember being twelve, and that’s why I just don’t think it’s possible for me to actually raise a child of this age. 504 more words

Life

Author Interview: Desiree DeOrto

Here’s a little treat for  my readers.  I have the privilege to be friends with some amazing awesome cool people. Some of which happen to be authors, a few that I’ve hosted  on here in the past and given some interviews.   2,454 more words

Ellie Mack

America's Most Deeply Indebted Generation Will Surprise You


This post is in partnership with Fortune, which offers the latest business and finance news. Read the article below originally published at Fortune.com.

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America's most indebted generation? Gen X

Millennials may owe more in student loans than any American generation, but their Generation X elders are actually the most in debt.

That’s according to a study released Wednesday by Federal Reserve Bank of St. 424 more words

Finance

Points of View & Short Story as Tribute

Read the first interview with Mike Bahl about his short story collection here.

Your story “Carbohydrate Coma” is written in first person point of view, like many of your stories. 1,565 more words

Review