After a 4,484 Day Wait, I Finally Bought the Theodore Alexander Althorp Grand Staircase Secretary Desk

When we were originally furnishing our Missouri house, I came across a desk that I wanted to buy. However, I decided to invest the money, instead. Twelve years later, I discovered it, again, and, being older, determined this time around I was going to buy it. I will almost assuredly start, and finish, each day reading at this desk.

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Cooking, Pineapple Bookcases, Government Regulations, Antique Furniture, Saving Money, Double Rainbows, and Final Fantasy VII … Oh My

First quarter 2024 was one of the best of our lives and careers. We are making progress everywhere, companies across multiple sectors in corporate America are doing great, we’re starting to really cook some amazing food, again, I have begun taking advantage of the collapse in furniture prices, and, yes, the second installment of Final Fantasy VII’s remake was released.

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We Have Been Quietly Buying Real Estate in the New Albany, Ohio Area To Serve as Our Personal and Business Headquarters

After a long search, we have selected New Albany, Ohio as our personal and business headquarters with all operations shifting in 2024. If you haven’t heard of New Albany, yet, you will. Sooner rather than later. Over the coming years, it will be home to one of the largest microchip manufacturing facilities on the planet.

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Thinking About What the Next 40 or 50 Years Look Like

In recent weeks, Aaron and I have come to realize our life is in the middle of another major transition; one so large and transformative that we have come to call it the “Second Founding” as a shorthand to describe the complete overall that is in the midst of unfolding. It’s quick. It’s efficient. We both know what we mean when we say it. In a sense, it feels very much not like we are starting another chapter, but, rather, another book.

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Ohio Just Created a Tax-Favored Home Purchasing Savings Account Called the Ohio Homeownership Savings Account

Buried thousands of pages within its newly-enacted buget, the State of Ohio just quietly created a new Ohio Homeownership Savings Account program that allows individuals and married couples in the Buckeye State to take a tax deduction in exchange for saving for the purchase of a house. I think this could be the start of something interesting, especially if it takes off across other states and/or the Federal government.

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