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Saturday night special

Burt’s daughter always stopped by on Saturday afternoons to check up on him. Did he have everything he needed? Was he feeling okay? And she always brought some leftovers that he could pop into the microwave and heat up for his Saturday night dinner. 990 more words


Don't Lay an Egg When Selecting a Multifamily Property!

Just for the sake of argument, let’s assume you’ve decided that commercial real estate is for you.  You’ve decided that investing in commercial real estate, and particularly multifamily property is the way to go to secure your retirement (and I would agree!).   553 more words

Commercial Real Estate

Pizza! Pizza!

Doesn’t this pizza look so good! Its round and gooey and cheezy and has a little tickness to the crust. This is a picture of a pizza I made myself. 1,250 more words


What is your calling?

Sue Monk Kidd, author of numerous books including the New York Times best seller (for two years) The Secret Life of Bees, was a recent guest on Oprah Winfrey’s show, … 710 more words

21st Century Living

Early Retirement: My Mid-year Review

Well, I’ve been doing this Early Retirement Thing for almost eight months now, so it seems as good a time as any to step back and evaluate how it’s going. 1,331 more words

Much Ado About ... Much

After a considerable absence, I have decided to return to the blogosphere. Much has happened since the last entry some 10+ months ago and there has been cause to pause and reflect. 518 more words


Talking About Money

I recently read Rob Carrick’s piece in the Globe and Mail on April 14, 2014 entitled how to talk to your children about money.  Having brought up 4 children, I can relate to his 7 opening lines.   900 more words