Archive for the ‘Seasonal’ Category

Three Ways To Bring The Magic Of Christmas Back

Posted on December 24th, 2010 by by Jesse Michelsen

As kids get older, and even as adults, the magic that once filled the Christmas holiday fades into disbelief and the memory that was once something special. Some people are able to hold onto that magic far longer than others but the rest of us could use a little hand. These three tips can also […]

I Owe Many Thanks in 2010

Posted on November 25th, 2010 by by Jesse Michelsen

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, I am going to do some, well, thanks giving today. I have a lot of things to be thankful for and I really don’t express my thanks often enough so when the Calendar tells me to, I have no excuse. This year, my life has changed in so many ways. […]

My Present Thoughts on Risk and Life

Posted on October 28th, 2010 by by Jesse Michelsen

We’re closing in on Halloween and I’m pretty excited about it. Last year I posted about Halloween and Missed Opportunities and with that fresh in my mind, I started planning my Halloween costume really early, like nine months early and while I did change ideas a couple times, I’m really happy about what I settled […]

More Ways to Save During the Holidays

Posted on December 15th, 2009 by by Jesse Michelsen

Last week I wrote about re-gifting as a cost saving measure as well as a way to help our environment by reducing waste. Today I will discuss some other ways to help keep costs down over the holiday season. One of my pet peeves is buying things over and over. I am a new home […]

How to Re-Gift With Grace

Posted on December 10th, 2009 by by Jesse Michelsen

I’m sure re-gifting has been around before the phrase was popularized by Seinfeld but Seinfeld put a bit of a negative spin on the concept. I would like to address the topic on a more objective level. The concept is basically giving a gift that was given to you, but for me that extends to […]

 
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