I just brought my tomato starts inside for the night because of a frost warning. Spring in Portland has been rather moody. We have had a rapid rotation between heavier
It seems like every year health insurance gets more expensive, and more complicated. During the last 10 years, many employers have shifted to offering health plans that put more onus
School has started and summer is pretty much over. And I haven’t written anything about the garden since April! Basically, we didn’t spend nearly as much time out there this
Wow, 2013 has flown by! Here are the top-viewed posts on this blog in 2013: The Difference between Marginal and Average Tax Rates Interview: Passing the Co-op Board Interview Guest
Spring has finally sprung! Hard to believe, but the time has come to get back in the garden, even though it’s been cold and we’ve even had a little snow
It’s a little funny to specify the top five posts of 2012, since I only started the blog this year. I’m just getting warmed up! But here are the top-viewed
Financial planning can be kind of a drag. Save for retirement. Buy more insurance. Save for college. Pay off debt. Planning for death or disability is not exactly uplifting. Wouldn’t
I was thrilled to recently be a part of “The Karen Walrond Show,” a web TV show with episodes at CafeMom.com. The topic of our discussion was “building financial confidence”.