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Tech Support with Mom: Microsoft Won’t Help You.

January 30, 2010
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Tech Support With Mom: She discovers her daughter’s a lot more helpful than Bill Gates.

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Be nice to the %$^&%$s anyway…

February 14, 2009
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What’s in it for you to ignore the %$^&%$s anyway? Peace, my friends. It goes beyond “living well being the best revenge,” because living well is the best way to live!

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Helping with Grocery Costs: Angel Food Ministries

February 11, 2009
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A lot of people are concerned about finances lately. Duh, huh? People are dealing a lot right now, and everything we can do pull together in challenging times makes it easier. For those looking to stetch their food budget, a  resource I ran accross recently could help: Angel Food Ministries. They provide boxes of approximately $65 worth of food […]

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Swapping Your Books

February 7, 2009
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Another form of recycling: PaperBack Swap. Free to join. You list your unwanted books and request wanted ones. The only cost is for postage out when one of your books is requested, and you get two free books for listing your first ten into the SwapStore. (They also have hardbacks, CDs, DVD’s, etc.)  What a great […]

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Facebook Pay it Forward Karma Experiment

February 5, 2009
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This is what I’m talking about, man! The Karma Experiment Group on Facebook is described this way: What if everyone, for one minute, was made aware, to take a moment to reflect on how they could make a conscious effort to make a difference in someone else’s life……a family member, a friend in need, or better […]

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True Cost of Junk Mail: Opt-out of Unwanted Direct Mail

February 4, 2009
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Driving the the grocery store yesterday, I caught a bit of an NPR program where an environmentalist from ForestEthics was taking about efforts to save rain forests and wilderness areas. I didn’t catch all of the details (and haven’t been able to locate the audio file), but one fact clearly penetrated my consciousness: paper for catalogs and […]

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