Tag Archives: Savings

These Boots Are Made For Walking

I used to think frugality was the same as being cheap. My mother shopped at garage sales and did not spend money on herself beyond necessities. She wasn’t into clothes, jewelry, or girly pampering. My dad, in stark contrast, was … Continue reading

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How to Make the World Your Oyster

I haven’t posted in two weeks due to my new and growing obsession. I’m in the midst of a financial rebirth. Which I believe is due to a mid-life crisis. Not only did I recently turn 50 (May 2013), but … Continue reading

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Don’t look back.

I took my engagement ring to a jeweler today to sell it. It’s an absolutely gorgeous ring. Two and a half years ago, I got engaged to an unemployed loser. One of those guys who says he’s an artist (a … Continue reading

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