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As we live out our lives, those memorable times become etched in our minds, and it’s always enjoyable to reflect on them. This story is about definitely memorable reflections of a different … more
Hey Taylor - I’ve been tracking this Bitcoin surge and plummet and it’s got me dizzy. Any thoughts on what it means for cryptocurrency and the overall markets? Hey Monica - Two great … more
Clay Center, Kansas – Jesus was like a celebrity-type figure to many of His day. Crowds gathered in the thousands to hear Him speak and do miracles. This attracted a wide array of people to … more
Third in a series on Intercollegiate Athletics. The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) is big (720 full-time employees and $1.06 billion in annual revenue). For decades the weight of … more
This week’s Toni Says Medicare column has a different twist and consists of frequently asked Medicare questions from Toni Says® readers around the United States. Thank you from Toni … more
It was a highly emotional experience. My wife and I cried and cried. It was one of the toughest things I had ever had to choose to do in my life. We were having to say goodbye to a friend. No, he … more
WASHINGTON — Today, Representative Ronny Jackson (TX-13) introduced the No User Fees for Gun Owners Act. This legislation would amend Title 18 of the United States Code and the National … more
Hey Taylor: My husband and I are gearing up for a summer vacation, and we want to go somewhere new and exotic. I feel like we won’t be able to afford the kind of trip I’m envisioning, but … more
Toni: I am over 73 and began taking my RMDs (required minimum distributions) from my 401K when I turned 72. Could this have had an impact on my Medicare Part B premium increase? This year my … more
Second in a series on Intercollegiate Athletics. The significant changes being thrust upon college athletics in recent months have markedly reshaped the concept of student-athletes. Or have … more
If you have children, you are raising someone else’s spouse. You are raising someone else’s parent. How does that make you feel? The responsibility of parenting can be considered the … more
It is called “the LORD’s prayer” by most people, but it is actually THE DISCIPLE’S PRAYER; it is the prayer that Jesus TOLD His disciples to pray. Everything in it is clear, … more
Hi Taylor - I saw the term “superbubble” the other day in reference to the stock market and it seemed to have a pretty bad connotation. Can you explain? Hey Ginessa - Happy to break … more
Dear Dietitian, My father had heart disease, so I am careful about my diet. I eat right and exercise. I understand how important omega-3 fatty acids are for the heart, but I don’t like … more
It was the summer before I got married in 1970. I was living in Franklin, Louisiana, working for Southern Natural Gas Company and coaching the Forest Motel Little League Baseball team. I was 20 yrs … more
No one has ever attained greatness in a job they hate. There, I said it. Let me take this a step further. No one has ever been good at parenting who has hated being a parent. So much of what we do in … more
It’s a reach, of course, to recall a melody popular with the free world in 1942. Somehow, I do, and “Googling” the title revealed lyrics tucked away in a five-year-old’s … more
No, bu shi, nej. From the U.S. to China and Sweden, when a diagnosis is negative, “no” is understood to mean you’re in the clear. But when it comes to an at-home diagnostic test for … more
Hi Toni: I am turning 65 in June and am not working full-time with employer benefits. I was surprised when I called Social Security and the Social Security rep told me to go online to SSA.gov to … more
I am still here. So are you. This is temporary for both of us. Don’t you forget this! I remember this each day. Because each day is precious. It seems like there have been a lot of … more
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