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Sep 17th

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(Style on a Dime) Putting family first during tough times

(Style on a Dime) Putting family first during tough timesOnce upon a time there was a happy family of four who lived in their dream home, and drove their dream cars to their dream jobs.  All seemed perfect, that is until a stranger came to town. What the family didn’t know about the stranger is that he was a thief.  One night, while the entire family slept, the thief came and began stealing from this family...
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(Style on a Dime) Spring is the perfect season to celebrate creation’s renewal process

(Style on a Dime) Spring is the perfect season to celebrate creation’s renewal processPsst!  Psst!  The word on the street is that spring has actually come, but keep it quiet.   If winter hears about it, she may come back.  Since the weather does appear to be breaking, it’s time for…  You guessed it-Spring Cleaning!  So you know what to do; take five minutes to grab three boxes to assist in the purging process and let’s get to work!
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(Style on a Dime) I really don’t need another expense of buying pills

(Style on a Dime) I really don’t need another expense of buying pills"My doctor told me that if my Cholesterol remains high, she is going to have to put me on medication.  Do you have any easy tips for helping me to bring this problem under control?  With my money stretched tight already, I really don’t need another expense of buying pills, or the hassle of taking them!"
Sincerely, Wannabe Pill-Free

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From man caves to mudrooms: Making every square foot count

Upsizing to a bigger home might be out of reach for a majority of homeowners in this depressed housing market, so many are opting to stay put and maximize their existing spaces through remodels, according to the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI).
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Job losses require family adjustments

When a job loss occurs, families face new issues, such as spending habits. However, it is also a crucial time to rethink family priorities and goals. People often create goals unconsciously, but at times of income loss it is important to discuss them as a family.
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Please and thank you still go a long way

Please and thank you still go a long wayAbout four Sundays ago, my husband and I decided that we would take our three children to the downtown Minneapolis public library after church. After circling the block a couple times we finally found a free parking space --my husband will drive around forever to avoid paying for parking! Because it was such a blustery day, we broke into a light jog to get into the building as quickly as possible. I was the first to approach one of the four glass doors and was about to open it. Just inside of the next door, stood a man-apparently struggling just a bit-trying to get the door open for me.
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(Instant Inspiration) Don’t Worry, Be Happy!

“Don’t worry, Be Happy” isn’t just a classic song by the great Bobby McFerrin; they are words to live by. I understand that nowadays those may be some hard lyrics to swallow. With the stock market hitting an all-time low and unemployment rates hitting an all-time high, I know that it is hard not to worry; about your future, your children’s future, and the future of the economy. However, instead of focusing on not worrying, I encourage you to focus on being happy.

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