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Hey Taylor: I’m trying to cut back on online shopping and invest more money in my local economy. I’m having a little trouble kicking the habit and I’m wondering if you have any tips … more
The psychotherapist and author Dr. David Richo once wrote, “a healthy person is not perfect but perfectible, not a done deal but a work in progress.” Turns out, that’s true even for … more
The subject of footwear has hit me dead center in recent days. Following are details of unlikely happenings last week. Remembrances are hand-on-the-Bible truths to which I am sticking. Said topic … more
Dave Barry once said: “Your hand and your mouth agreed many years ago that, as far as chocolate is concerned, there is no need to involve your brain.” While that may be witty, we’re … more
The front page headline on August 26, 1949 of the Ashland Times-Gazette (Ashland, Ohio) read, “Bowmans, Married for 70 Years, Attend Brethren Conference.” The article began by talking … more
Morning, Toni: I read your Medicare column regularly and have never seen you address the issue of paying for an Alzheimer facility care. I am concerned that I may wipeout my 401K or savings if need … more
In 1971, the writer Clifford Irving sold “The Autobiography of Howard Hughes” to McGraw Hill publishers. The problem was Irving never talked with Hughes. Irving spent 17 months in prison … more
When I got the elbow from the big dude, I didn’t go down, but ‘out on my feet.’ The rest of the game was played by instinct only. Those close to me said I kept shaking my head from … more
This is the greatest season of the year. A time for cheer and merriment why don’t we give ourselves the most wonderful gift we have ever received-“Peace Of Mind”. Normally after … more
Dear Readers: An old vitamin is getting rave reviews lately. Most of you have heard of vitamin K, but did you know it is found in the diet in two forms? Vitamin K1, the most common form, was … more
Hey Taylor: I just bought a house and I’m really focused on making sure it retains its value. Aside from maintenance and such, what are some ways to hold (and hopefully increase) its overall … more
Uncle Mort’s “throwaway” lines grow mountainous in trash heaps on his place back in the thicket. Some, though, are “keepers,” worthy of repeated consideration. When … more
A man in Canada recently set his third mark recognized by the Guinness World Records for speed eating his way through 246 grams of ghost peppers, which are ranked as the world’s hottest chili … more
Greetings in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, We are now officially in the Christmas season. We have gone through a year where so much has been turned upside down. Now we come to this blessed time … more
December is a wonderful month. I love Jesus and I love Christmas. I celebrate all month long and this will be my 77th one. The Christmas songs in the air bring back all kinds of memories. The … more
On a scale of one to ten, how would you score yourself on how much “wonder” you have in your life? Do you live a life of wonder? When is the last time you truly had wonder in your life? … more
Toni: Last week you wrote about how the MOON (Medicare Outpatient Observation Notice) rule affects “Original Medicare”. My husband has enrolled in a Medicare Advantage HMO and I am … more
As we begin the holiday season, a time of thanksgiving for many, even in the midst of trepidation and gloom, thoughtful people will look ahead. Choices regarding college attendance in the spring are … more
As I drive through the city streets and communities of Pampa (Gray County) Texas to behold the seasonal decor with strategically strewn lights all about, I cannot help but reflect on a sacred … more
Hey Taylor - How does anyone survive Christmas without taking on debt? I’m trying to find bargain gifts and cheap travel and still see money just flying out the window. - Nick Hey Nick - If you … more
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