Monthly Archives: March 2014

Apparently I’m a “Dependent Creature” and a “Parasite”

Gloria Steinem’s birthday was last week. I’m afraid that I missed it. How about you? In case you don’t know who Gloria Steinem is, she’s a liberal feminist who was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom last year (the highest … Continue reading

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Lord, I Need You

The last couple of weeks have been a tad bit challenging for me, for various reasons. On one particularly difficult day, I found myself stressed and overwhelmed because of a task that I was trying to complete but the pieces … Continue reading

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The Sad State of our Nation

As I was in the shower last night (where I think best), I had a sense of heaviness about the state of our nation. I’ve been praying specifically about the Supreme Court hearing of Hobby Lobby’s case regarding the Obamacare contraception … Continue reading

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How the Debt Snowball Method Works

If you’ve ever been in much debt, you can understand the pressure that it places on you. It’s a heavy burden to owe people money, and it can cause all sorts of feelings—from anxiety to fear to sadness to anger … Continue reading

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Kroger Mega Sale and Two New Saving Opportunities

I stopped by Kroger tonight to catch some of the new Mega Sale deals. Kroger’s Mega Sales typically run for two weeks, and this one started Wednesday, March 19, so you still have plenty of time to shop. Here’s what … Continue reading

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My Top Couponing Mistakes

I tried couponing around 10 years ago, but I gave it up because I just couldn’t get the hang of it, and it seemed to be taking too much time relative to the amount of money I was saving. When … Continue reading

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Storing a Couponing Stockpile

In the months after I started couponing, I began to build up a stockpile of products. One of the goals of couponing is to build up some inventory of toiletries, household goods, and non-perishable food items. The idea is to purchase … Continue reading

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