Posts Tagged ‘adults’

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 […]

With New Power Comes New Responsibility: How Do You Use That Power?

Posted on October 6th, 2010 by by Jesse Michelsen

As soon as we brought our new van home, I realized we now had new responsibilities to go along with it. I’m not just talking about maintenance and care of the new vehicle, but now we have the ability and in many ways the obligation to be public servants to our friends and family that […]

Linkworthy: Funds, Frugality and Satisfaction

Posted on February 26th, 2010 by by Jesse Michelsen

Lately I have been pretty dormant here. One of the main reasons at least for the recent dormancy is that our 9 month old daughter was in the hospital for almost a week. She is back at home now and life is returning to something that closely resembles the normal swing of things. The hospital […]

Fannie Mae Got a Sense of Humor

Posted on September 18th, 2009 by by Jesse Michelsen

Ok this really has nothing to do with Fannie Mae, or anything else financial aside from the fact that this ..Fanny is actually a bank! This is super tasteless and I don’t usually post anything like this but I found it hilarious, especially the description provided by Dillyeo’s marketing team.. Have a read: Drop some […]

 
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