Everyone wants to save money
Yesterday in the grocery store, the woman in front of me had purchased something with one of those coupons stuck to the front of the package. Often the checker will see the coupons and pull them off for scanning, but on this day for whatever reason, she missed it. At the end of the transaction the customer asked if she had grabbed the coupons off the packages. Because she hadn’t, it took another minute or two before she could start on my order, and the customer apologized to me for taking so long.Read More
Ever since I received this book from the publisher (and I read it cover-to-cover within 24 hours of receipt) I’ve wanted to share it with you guys.
A great kid came by the house yesterday, to sell me these fantastic books that will help put my kids at an advantage when they are doing homework, or just interested in learning something new.
These are really a great bargain when you think of the cost of College texts these days (they were ridiculous twenty years ago. I can only imagine today’s prices). But see, I don’t think about my books in comparison to College texts. I think of Borders going out of Business and stocking up. I think of yard sales and library sales. Some of the best books we’ve foundRead More
With his debut novel, Blood Club, local New Hampshire author Walt Schnabel captures not only the internal struggle of a man at a crossroads, but the unique experience that is life in small-town New Hampshire.
The reader is brought along on a tale of good-versus-evil and a personal journey for Brian, our troubled protagonist. His journey will have a lasting impact not only for himself, but his son, wife and their collective existence in their newly adopted home-town.
That’s because more bubbles beneath the surface in Barlow than meets the eye. Brian doesn’t just see it, he feels it.Read More
College Bound and Gagged: How to Help Your Kid Get into a Great College Without Losing Your Savings, Your Relationship, or Your Mind by Nancy Berk, PhD, is the perfect handbook for realistic parents who want to keep the whole college selection process in perspective. Yes, it’s an incredibly important time for your child, and it also marks an important passage in your own life as a parent, but the stress of this stuff? Humor is just the ticket.Read More