Monthly Archives: February 2016

“You must invest in yourself if you hope to earn any interest.”

I don’t know if that’s corny or profound, but I’m pretty sure it’s something my Father said, so I’ll go with profound. A determined, if small-scale, investor, Dad never bought a stock he hadn’t thoroughly investigated. And though he started long … Continue reading

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I can’t believe I agreed to write a memoir…

I’ve heard this said often enough, along with similar sentiments: “This is crazy; I can’t write my life story.” Or: “I can’t even keep up with FaceBook, and you expect me to write a memoir?” Or: “There’s no way I … Continue reading

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Gettin’ Organized — Part 2

I suppose I should rename this part:  “Fun With Files!” But then, nah. I get it. Dealing with computer files isn’t something any of us really want to do. On the scale of good times, file maintenance ranks somewhere between flossing and … Continue reading

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Gettin’ Organized — Part 1

The act of creation tends to be messy. It’s a rare thing when someone sits down to create something and actually does so without leaving scraps, shavings, and leftover parts strewn everywhere. Mark Twain’s desk is a great example. I wish … Continue reading

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