What NOT to Do: Fail to Diversify

February 23, 2011

I know that many financial gurus will talk of not investing all your money into one particular type of fund. They will talk of diversification. I am not one of those financial gurus. I’m a girl who has learned that even the tiniest bit of money should be “diversified.” What I mean by this...

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Did you get THE memo?

February 19, 2011

If you are reading this post you did in fact get THE memo. This being the only memo I’ve sent out. I just wanted to update you all on the goings on at this princess’s castle. Health News: Prince Ean has had quite the battle with his health. It’s by NO MEANS major compared...

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“got you jumpin’ and pumpin’ and movin’ all around”*

February 18, 2011
“got you jumpin’ and pumpin’ and movin’ all around”*

Nearly 11 years ago, my father suffered a massive heart attack that took his life at the age of 50. He suffered from symptoms during the two days just prior to the Monday of his death. Had there been a known antidote or cure, my father could very easily have been saved. Shortly after...

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Let’s Do Lunch

February 14, 2011

A few weeks back, I posted a review for one of my newly favorite products, Easy Lunchboxes. The boys and I love to use them and we are hoping to each have our own cooler very soon. One way I’m going to do that is through this post. Kelly, the owner and creator of Easy...

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Announcing the Winner of the Isle of Eden Giveaway

February 7, 2011

The winner of the $20 Gift Card to Isle of Eden is:   Random.org selected 11 out of 25 possible options. The 11th comment on the Giveaway post was Jennifer! Congratulations! I will be in touch with you shortly!   Thank you to everyone who entered. Stick around, another giveaway is coming up soon!...

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Reflecting on the Past Eight Years

January 31, 2011

Eight years ago today, I embarked on the most difficult journey I would ever undertake. It is more difficult than graduating from college with ADHD. More difficult than my first year of teaching Special Education. More difficult than being married to my ex. And much more difficult than paying off this debt. I became...

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