June is Homeownership Preservation month. That’s why earlier this week experts from the U.S. Department of Treasury Homeownership Preservation Office, HUD, and NeighborWorks America went on Twitter to answer questions about homeownership retention, mortgage relief and foreclosures. [Read more…]
This is a Level 2 Post: The product or service mentioned was provided to Miss Lori free of charge and Miss Lori was compensated to post about the product or service for a #CollectiveBias #FamilyMobile #Shop. All opinions are expressly Miss Lori’s and were in no way influenced by compensation.
With Mother’s Day on the horizon gifts are on my mind, and hopefully on the minds if my kids, (if they know what’s good for them.) But sometimes to get the best gift you have to give it to yourself. That’s why I have been researching the cheapest wireless plans for the last several weeks. However, the more I’ve learned the more frustrated I’ve become. I feel like a slave to my wireless plans, tethered to it not by choice, but by necessity. Yes, my world is fueled by social media, but our collective world is increasingly dependent on cell phones, and wireless accessibility. That’s why when Collective Bias invited me to participate in a Walmart #FamilyMobile shop I jumped at the chance to try the unlimited talk text and data/web service and hopefully find the best Mother’s Day gift for, well, ME! Ok, me and my family. [Read more…]
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The calendar says that it’s Spring, but as I look out my window I am thinking Mother Nature didn’t get the memo. OR maybe she is on strike. OR maybe she is frozen somewhere in a snow bank and can’t get free. Wherever she is I miss her, desperately, as I know so many of you living in this prolonged Winter do as well. [Read more…]