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It's Saturday Night and I am All Alone at Home

I remember a time when I was a teen and in the early years after my divorce, that Friday and Saturday nights seemed like a big slap in the face if I was not out on a date with someone or doing something with a group of people. 304 more words

The Importance of Life Insurance

We choose insurance to financially protect the things that matter the most to us. Cars, houses, jewelry, and businesses are often the focal point of our insurance needs. 200 more words

Understanding Life Protection

When iPhones Ring, the Economy Listens by JEFF SOMMER


Beyond serving as Apple’s biggest profit center, the iPhone is also a bedrock of consumer spending and the stock market.

Published: October 25, 2014 at 08:00PM… 11 more words

Day 213: Fear and loathing in the heartland

In a fit of insecurity, I blurted out some fears I’d been hauling around with me…and didn’t really realize.  To Mr. Universe’s credit, he handled my outburst with grace….surprising grace because he’s not always been the graceful type. 551 more words


Hauling Water

I often get questions about how to haul water when an RV site doesn’t have running water handy. How exactly do you get enough water to fill the tank and how exactly do you store the storage container when you are done hauling? 704 more words

Tips to Lower Your Budget

I mentioned in my last post that your credit card debt is probably the most important debt to work on lowering first.  You may have an emergency or two in your retirement life where you may need to use that credit card and you don’t want to pile more debt on top of what you have and then end up trying to figure out how you are going to manage a $400 or so payment every month on your fixed income.   1,868 more words


Bill Ackman and His Hedge Fund, Betting Big by ALEXANDRA STEVENSON and JULIE CRESWELL


Whether fighting a corporate takeover war or buying a top-of-the-world apartment, the chief of Pershing Square Capital Management doesn’t hold back. 14 more words