We all know that we “should” prepare for emergencies, but we really think that they can’t happen to us. Unfortunately my friend and fellow blogger Dad, Dollars, Debts and his family lost his home and all his possessions in the CA wildfires. In his honor, I rallied many of our fellow bloggers to publish a chain of posts all about preparing for emergencies.
Five years ago next week, my husband almost died of septic shock. To set the stage – at the time this happened, I was only 31 years old and he was 37. We had two small children, ages four (a preschooler) and eight (third grade). I’ve talked about this story before in my writing and […]
Story time – once worked with someone who was constantly leaving early, working from home, and needing to take off work for various “emergencies”. She would work from home without letting anyone know, so when people went to find her they couldn’t. She would say she was working from home, but then when people would […]