Monthly Archives: May 2011

The True Value of Money

It seems to me that some people have no concept as to the real value of money. They use it in much the same way that one consumes a fancy dessert after a dining. The money is there; it promises … Continue reading

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What is Old

As an octogenarian, I feel I can comment about age. What is old? These days old is not what it used to be. When I was 27, I felt that a person who was 50 years old has reached old … Continue reading

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Weight Control

I believe the control of weight is highly important in our quest to live a long, healthful life. In this endeavor, I have been on so many diets that I lost count. All the diets were successful but I regained … Continue reading

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Early Days of Stock Investing

After I had learned that the stock market does not have to be associated with the word crash, I began purchasing stock in earnest feeling that this was the road to financial independence. I opened an account with Spencer Trask … Continue reading

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Remaining Contemporary

Retiring from your job is expensive. You may feel that it is important that you remain on the job for, at least, a little longer. It behooves you to retain a contemporary appearance. You don’t want to be known as … Continue reading

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