“Little House on the Prairie”: My obsession is you

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As the pop culture-y type of person that I am, I tend to relate different moments in my life to what I watched on television at the time.

But none defined my childhood – and early adulthood – as much as “Little House on the Prairie.”

I could totally relate to Laura Ingalls. No, I wasn’t a tomboy. But Laura was so gloriously awkward and not part of the cool crowd that I couldn’t help but love her unconditionally.

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“Extreme Couponing”: Color me addicted

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As an out-of-work freelance writer/editor, couponing has become a bit of an obsession for me. And, I must admit, I definitely get a rush watching dollars subtract from my bill.

I’ve only been couponing religiously for a few months, but I think I’ve been doing pretty good. I’m steadily growing a stockpile (which is comprised for the most part of body washes and toothpaste, of which I am sure I will never run out), and I think I can now spot a really good deal when I see it.

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“Real Estate Intervention”: From reality check to train wreck

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Do you know the phrase if it ain’t broke don’t fix it?

Apparently HGTV isn’t familiar with that saying.

Last night, I tuned into “Real Estate Intervention,” my very favorite show on the network, and made a horrific discovery: It’s been completely decimated.

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