Monthly Archives: October 2009

The Recession is Over – Where's My Job?

According to an email I received yesterday from Vanguard “The longest recession since the Great Depression is likely over based on the first rise in real gross domestic product (GDP) in more than a year.”  Great!  So where do I … Continue reading

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What We've Lost… and Gained

We are an acquisitive culture.  The American Dream is all about what you can get and that’s certainly been obvious in the past few decades with the McMansion neighborhoods that have sprouted throughout the suburbs and all the Hummers and other … Continue reading

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Family Homelessness

I mentioned we are part of history- granted it would be nice to be on the winning side of this historical snapshot- maybe one of those bankers who, even post-bailout, get enormous bonuses- instead of the losing side, but regardless … Continue reading

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