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When the Lights Go Out

When the Lights Go Out

Yesterday, just as I hit “publish” on my article about financial literacy, all the lights went out. I thought it was a power outage until I saw a man getting into his truck from the electric company. My first reaction was to call my husband. He just responded with a heavy sigh but was at … Continue reading

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Cutting the Cable Has Saved Us More Than Money

Cutting the Cable Has Saved Us More Than Money

I remember last year when I went through something that I considered and financial setback but ended being a financial step forward. My children and were sitting at a stoplight eating fresh apples from the farmer’s market. In a split second, we felt a sudden jolt and our apples flew out of our hands and … Continue reading

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The Art of Seduction – Suicide or Homicide?

The Art of Seduction – Suicide or Homicide?

Have you ever had one of those bug zappers that attracts bugs but as soon as they fly in, ZAP! They’re toast. As a child, I always cringed whenever heard that zap. I remember telling my brother in law when I was fourteen that I felt sorry for all of the bugs.  He replied, “It’s … Continue reading

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What the Super Bowl Means For Our City

What the Super Bowl Means For Our City

When Indianapolis natives received the word that they won the bid for Super Bowl XLVI, they were ecstatic. Not only were their beloved Indianapolis Colts the previous year’s Super Bowl champions but after many years of unwavering support whereby local businesses, and schools proudly sported blue every Friday before the game, they would finally be … Continue reading

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