Monthly Archives: August 2008

My Life: Take 2

Written By Chris Loprete It’s true what they say. Once you become a father, you start to live your life all over again. My son is 2 ½ and I’m finally getting it through my thick skull that while I … Continue reading

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Before Our Milk Money

I was a working parent, and struggling with one of the most difficult years of my life. As much as I dreamed of winning the lottery and being able to spend time with my beautiful new baby boy, only 5 … Continue reading

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Give

By Guest Blogger, Lisa Lange It’s not as hard as it sounds. Just reach out your hand. I know that may sound absurd, but I know that many people understand this concept. I know, as many of you do, that … Continue reading

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Why I Love and Hate Whole Foods Market

Written by Chris Mancini It’s always a treat to go to Whole Foods. It’s good food, it’s fresh, and everything tastes pretty good. Yes, it’s a great experience until you get to the cashier and you always think they made … Continue reading

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