Author Archives: Harriet Vaughan

The Organized Caregiver

At some point in your life you are likely to be a caregiver for someone or on the receiving end of caregiving. At the present time, when you are not allowed to accompany the person into the hospital to help … Continue reading

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Christmas Trees Available at Louie & Cathey Sell’s

The Christmas season is upon us and Cathey and I would like to let you know that many lovely Christmas trees are available and looking for a home at our place in Whitefield. Most are balsam fir with a smaller … Continue reading

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Making a Little Go a Long Way

Having had a life-long practice of thrift, I haven’t found living on a fixed income as a senior citizen difficult at all. Perhaps this is the time to share some of these practices. What you can do with a bag … Continue reading

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Be Careful

Yesterday my husband and I were doing some stocking up at Sam’s Club in Augusta. I saw a young woman employee at a food sample table cough into her plastic -gloved hand then continue setting out free food samples. I … Continue reading

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How to Prepare for Corona Virus Epidemic

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5 Financial Ideas to Help Aging Women End the Year with Dignity and Gratitude

Couldn’t we all use some helpful advice about dealing with our finances? Now, at the end of the year, it is especially helpful to look both backward and ahead realistically, without beating ourselves up. This article helps us to do … Continue reading

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Free Download – Guide to Downsizing

Have you ever thought that you have more stuff than you could possibly deal with and wouldn’t know how to begin? Fear not. Help is on the way! Download this 16 page booklet full of tips for tackling this seemingly … Continue reading

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