Faithful readers may recall the story of a woman in Philadelphia who decided to go over her parents’ phone bill
More than half of Americans, reportedly, make New Year’s resolutions. And 88 percent of those resolutions end in failure, according
Whether you want to look good or just to feel better, reaching your goal traditionally comes at a significant cost.
As you can imagine, every week I get a lot of mail from my readers containing hundreds of questions. While I can’t
What would you do this holiday season if you had absolutely no money to spend and no available credit, either?
Just as I was knee-deep in researching, testing and learning all I could about electric space heaters, this letter washed up
Are your storage areas overflowing? Do your children outgrow their clothes at the speed of light? Have you “outgrown” (or
Encouragement. For me it is a basic need or perhaps a character flaw, I’m not quite sure. All I know
Whether you have five or 50 teachers, students, neighbors, co-workers, family friends, kids’ friends, classmates, cousins, uncles, aunts, employees or
It is the late humorist and master of salesmanship, Charlie “Tremendous” Jones, who said one of my favorite quotes of
For years, I’d endured a love-hate relationship with baking bread. It’s a domestic skill I could never master, and that bothered
Long-time readers of this column may remember the reader who wanted to know where she could donate her fabric scraps.
The way a company deals with its customers after the sale is as important as what happens to get that
Take a look at the calendar. Do you see what I see? Very busy days just ahead. There will be
A recent message from one of my dear readers reminded me of a similar dilemma I have encountered. Her problem
Somedays I can’t believe how lucky I am. Not only do I get to communicate with this growing audience of