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We made Korean Bibimbap for dinner last night as we sat down to watch more episodes of Let’s Eat but I’m just now going through the pictures, a day later. Although, technically, it was slightly less than authentic because our local supermarket didn’t have any bean sprouts!? (How is that even possible?) The produce guy knew […]
Are you in the mood for a case study resource for your own investment policy manual? If so, brace yourself because this one is heartbreaking. You can learn a lot from it, and save your own family a great deal of tragedy, but it’s going to involve surveying the ruins of the lives of others […]
Imagine you have a policy with an insurance company. This insurance company is mutually run, which means there are no stockholders. Instead, the policyholders own the business and the enterprise is managed to give policyholders the best service, at the lowest possible price, as a cooperative undertaking. Now, imagine that one day, the policyholders’ representatives […]
You already know from the tri-annual Federal Reserve report released last month that median household debt in the United States has declined by an incredible 20% over the past three years. Some Americans might be struggling but they are taking their spare cash and paying off their liabilities in record amounts. That reality is starting to show up in […]
Being a cold, rainy, October Sunday, we stayed at home, wrapped up in a sweater and blanket, working on our respective projects. Aaron wanted to give Maangchi’s Spicy Stir-Fry Pork, or Dwaejigogi-bokkeum 돼지고기볶음, a try, and I’m always up for a new Korean recipe, especially one from her since the Dakgangjeong we made for my […]
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