Monthly Archives: January 2012

Truck driver concerns valid, but story also illustrates the dangers of assuming the worst

When I first heard that a truck driver had asked a 9-year-old boy outside of Washington Elementary School if he wanted to see something inside his truck, I was pretty shocked. Of course, as the mother of twin 9-year-old boys … Continue reading

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Why not have breakfast with a wolf?

My kids are too old now, but the Lake Superior Zoo’s upcoming “Breakfast with the animals” opportunity sounds too good to miss for those with little ones ages 3-6. Sign up and you can join a little one for a … Continue reading

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Ladies, resolve to do some financial planning for your future

This column “Women and personal finances” by Jason Alderman is a quick read, easy to understand and provides some useful links for those who decide to take the bull by the horns and do a better job of planning for … Continue reading

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Weight loss group advises people make realistic lifestyle changes rather than grand resolutions

TOPS Says, Forget Resolutions and Mind Your “Ps” and “Qs” MILWAUKEE, WI – New Year’s resolutions are often made with good intentions, but they can be difficult to maintain. Instead of making vague promises this year, set tangible goals and … Continue reading

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