There comes a time in the life of every detective series when the spark, the liveliness seems to fade as the years roll by and new stories hit the shelves. The reader still eagerly awaits each new tale of their favorite character, but something is missing. Unfortunately, I sadly must announce this fate has come […]
In recent articles I’ve discussed how to assess your personal finances and how to reduce your expenses in order to improve cash flow. Now that you have disposable income, what do you do with it? In this article I’m going to give you a number of options for investing in a proper instrument to meet […]
In 1918 an American doughboy wandering the desolate landscape of WWI France explored an abandoned German encampment. Amidst much carnage, the soldier found a frightened German Shepherd with a litter of puppies. The soldier, having always been closer to animals than people, rescued the dogs and eventually brought one home to America. So begins the […]
Rarely does Stuart Woods disappoint andis another terrific read. As we all know Stone Barrington has the greatest life of any man real or fictitious. It has been strongly insinuated in past novels that he has fathered a son by former love interest Arrington Calder. In this novel we learn the truth behind the young […]
Okay, so you make it home every night for dinner. If you have kids, you go to their recitals and sports events. If you aren’t married or live with your significant other, you frequently designate date nights and spend a good bit of your free time together. I know that you do a lot for […]
In last month’s article “Manage Your Money, Don’t Let Your Money Manage You” we discussed the need for each of us to have a strong understanding of our expenditures and discussed some of the tools that can be used to track our expenses. Many, if not most, readers undoubtedly determined that their expenses are in […]
Don’t miss game one of the World Series tonight as St. Louis hosts Texas at 8:05 pm.
Common Financial or Money Problems The most common financial or money problem in the average household is organization; many people simply do not effectively manage their cash flow. It is nearly impossible to control your finances without a working knowledge of your expenditures. We all have financial goals and aspirations and the first step to […]
Great article that contrasts the differences between perception and reality as it relates to economic stability. There’s a great mismatch between the way people feel about the economy and many of the underlying trends. The sentiment says recession, but much of the underlying data suggest growth.
“What’s wrong?” “Nothing.” “Is everything okay?” “I’m fine.” Chances are you’ve had some version of this conversation with your wife. And she probably follows it with several loud sighs, a few dirty looks, and very few answers. Rather than writing off her problem as a ‘female moment’, I’m going to tell you the solution: