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Fleeting Content

Content in the social space is continuously evolving. Among the most increasingly popular evolutions is ephemeral content—accessible for a short duration. (Think Snapchat or Instagram Stories, for example.) Ephemeral content

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Lunch Tart

Spring is here and once again it’s time for one of my favorite vegetables—asparagus! As a side dish, asparagus is delicious simply sautéed in extra virgin olive oil and butter,

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Spring Cleaning

From baseball cards and sports equipment to postcards and photographs, is that “junk” in your attic or basement dusty treasure or just dusty? We’ve all heard of families getting rich

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Weekend Projects

While many home renovation projects are best tackled during the warmer months, there are specific minor repairs and tasks that

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Hazard Prevention

As the holidays approach, you might be hosting guests, shopping for gifts and decorating your home. While all these activities

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Timing is Everything

(StatePoint) While the roll-out of the COVID-19 vaccine has left a lot of question marks about the future of the U.S. economy at-large, analysts expect the housing market to remain

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Mortgage Relief

As the pandemic continues to affect Americans across the country, many are facing financial hardship. For homeowners with a Freddie Mac loan, COVID-19 mortgage assistance is available in the form

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Building Wealth

Here are some ideas for you in building wealth the smart way. Pay yourself first. Start small. Save at least 10 percent of all income earned. Even if you are

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A Tall Ship

While the oyster industry was at its peak in the late 1920s, with plentiful spat indicating good harvests to come, the coming of the Great Depression in 1929 meant financial

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Candy Alternatives

While candies shaped like bunnies and eggs are always crowd-pleasing favorites for the Easter holiday, you can make the day extra special for kids with some less sugary treats that

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Art and Nature in Harmony

Like many North Americans, I had my sights set on looking skyward on April 8. My initial motivation was triggered by learning that the total eclipse would follow an arc

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Fleeting Content

Content in the social space is continuously evolving. Among the most increasingly popular evolutions is ephemeral content—accessible for a short duration. (Think Snapchat or Instagram Stories, for example.) Ephemeral content

Read More »

Lunch Tart

Spring is here and once again it’s time for one of my favorite vegetables—asparagus! As a side dish, asparagus is delicious simply sautéed in extra virgin olive oil and butter,

Read More »