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Downsizing Tips: Keep It Real and Toss It Away

Posted on Mar 29, 2017 by   24 Comments | Posted in The Naked Truth

Until beginning the process of downsizing in preparation for the sale of our home and an out-of-state move, I had no idea just how much stuff the hubster and I had collected. But nearly twenty years in this one spot means . . . well, a lot of stuff, buttercup. We’ve gone through everything once [Read more…]

Are You Paying Interest On Something You Never Bought?

Posted on Nov 2, 2016 by   18 Comments | Posted in The Naked Truth

Nothing happens until it happens. Nothing. How many times have you worried, perhaps to the point of making yourself ill, over something that has yet to occur? Speaking for myself, I can say that at least half of my gray hairs have come from premature freaking out over things which not only had yet to [Read more…]

A Little Hair of the Dog – From Around the World!

Posted on Nov 20, 2015 by   12 Comments | Posted in Observations From the Tub

With the holidays upon us, the promise of spiked egg nog, mulled wine, and “that punchy stuff that Bubba brought” is in the offing. It isn’t a stretch to believe that some amongst us might over-imbibe, so today’s Observations from the Tub brings you ten hangover cures from around the world. These include Sparrow Droppings [Read more…]

What Goes On Behind Closed Doors?

Posted on Aug 7, 2015 by   22 Comments | Posted in Observations From the Tub

By now you’ve probably seen the video of the Checkers’ employee wiping a bun on the floor and then picking it up and preparing it for consumption. As nasty as this is, it isn’t the first time we’ve heard about food servers deliberately contaminating food—who among us hasn’t been hesitant to make a complaint in a [Read more…]

Queries & Submissions Part 1: Just You Wait!

Posted on Jul 2, 2014 by   No Comments Yet | Posted in Uncategorized

If you’re a working writer—and by working I mean you sit at the keyboard and pound stuff out on a regular basis whether you’re being paid to do it or not—then you are either gearing up to query/submit or you’ve been down that road and know the joys and heartaches associated with it. I’m not [Read more…]

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