Monthly Archives: October 2010

MaryAnne’s Days 3 & 4: $200 Food Budget Challenge

On Sunday, 10/3 I baked a country spare rib from Podesto’s, the cost of the rib was $2.01. I made a fresh spinach salad using a bunch of spinach [I clean it myself], add tomatoes, thinly sliced red onion, chopped fresh parsley, yellow … Continue reading

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Rainy Day Reading: New Retirement and Aging Statistics

I’m enjoying the rain today and wanted to share some informative reading on aging, retirement, and related statistics. (1) Did you know the week of October 17th is “National Save for Retirement Week”? I’ve never heard of this special week, … Continue reading

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Are your paper dolls languishing in the closet? Frame them!

MaryAnne found an article about Carol Turner, a woman in Florida whose business includes selling vintage paper dolls artfully displayed in a frame, and at the same time I read about Carol in Romantic Homes! It’s fate or really good … Continue reading

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