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Category: Rants and Rambles

How We Cut the Cord…But Is It Worth It?

Is it Worth It to Ditch Cable and Cut the Cord? My family and I are HUGE couch potatoes. This means we love to watch TV. You see, we are pretty boring people, so we in order to get any adventure in our lives, we live vicariously though our favorite TV shows.  But as most of you know, quality TV does not come cheap. Cable and Satellite services cost money. And every year the costs increase, with no rhyme or reason. So we decided it was time to cut the cord. But this decision did not come lightly. Not only does…

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Top 15 Common Fears – Does yours make the list?

Top Common Fears – What Scares You the Most? Fear is a basic human emotion that we all experience in our lives. I asked my family and friends to tell me about what scares them the most and discovered that many of them share the same common fears. But what one person might find terrifying, another might find thrilling. Some examples include skydiving, roller coasters, or thunderstorms. So I compiled a list of the Top 15 Common Fears (not in any particular order) and added my own personal commentary just for fun. How do you relate? Top 15 Common Fears (with…

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Why I Will Never Stop Going to Goth Clubs

Why Are Goth Clubs So Cool? I am a responsible adult. I’m 42, married, and have a rambunctious 6 year old little boy. I work at a stressful job 50 hours a week and don’t get much of a chance to relax and unwind. So once a month I like to get dressed up and go out dancing by myself for a few hours. But I don’t go to just any old dance clubs. I love the Goth clubs! In fact I have been going to Goth Clubs for over 20 years and have no intention of stopping anytime soon. And I…

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Can’t Afford Christmas?

Can’t Afford Christmas? If buying presents for friends and family stresses you out every year because you can’t afford Christmas, you are not alone. And if you live in a one income household like me, it can make budgeting for the holidays extremely challenging. You still have your regular December bills you have to pay but now you have to scrounge up even more money to afford Christmas presents. How are you going to do it all? Over the years, the members of our family have gone through some rough times, so we have established some traditions that have helped us have a budget friendly…

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