Thank a veteran tomorrow
Tomorrow is Veterans Day, a day to honor our nation’s men and women who have served their country.
The official budgeteer salute to our veterans
My dad served in the Army for 20 years. I was lucky enough to have him retire before 9/11. My dad served in the 3rd Infantry Division on Ft. Stewart, so when everything started happening in the Middle East, they were among the first to go. While the war affected the entire country, kids like me back in Hinesville were hit especially hard.
Solar power’s slow but steady progress
In the past year, we’ve seen several large solar power projects installed around the world.
Construction on the rise
Look at any economic report from the last decade and you'll find one constant: as construction goes, so goes the nation.
Brittany's Budget Diary: Celebrating Thanksgiving is for shopping amateurs
One more hour of sleep today
Hopefully everyone remembered to turn their clocks back this morning at 2 a.m.
Women in Business
While there’s still a ways to go, there’s no denying that the last decade and a half has seen a rise in women in business.
You’re only as good as the candy you hand out
Last week, I told you skimp your spending on a Halloween costume without skimping the amount of material involved to cover your body.
If you’ve done much traveling across Georgia in the last few years, you may have noticed a rise in agri-tourism.
What happened to Thanksgiving?
It’s hard to believe that Halloween is almost here, in just a couple of weeks.
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