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More and more money for the shore?

READ ALERT. As Coasts Rebuild and U.S. Pays, Repeatedly, the Critics Ask Why (New York Times) A great read today from the Times. The article essentially relays the criticisms against the flow of federal aid to areas that are repeatedly struck by natural disasters, questioning whether the government should continue to subsidize rebuilding efforts in vulnerable … Continue reading

My Plan: Avoiding a Guilt-Wrenched Holidays
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My Plan: Avoiding a Guilt-Wrenched Holidays

I have to admit, I’m feeling confident in my willpower entering the holiday season – where treats becomes dinner, and indulgence becomes the norm. Or where holiday warmth fills your body, right along with pie, cake, stuffing, candy, cookies, casserole, chocolate, peppermint, gingerbread,  and eggnog, adding pounds, pounds, pounds, and pounds. Or where loneliness creeps … Continue reading