Monthly Archives: January 2018

Ten Tips for Moving with Children

Posted by Shawn Simpson // January 31, 2018

Ten Tips for Moving with Children

We just bought a house in Omaha. Now it’s moving time from the rain of the Northwest. Many of us moved a lot when we were kids. Moving is hard, but moving can be traumatic for children. Kids don’t have much say in where they move or why they have to move.  You are taking […]


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Coping with the Death of a Family Member

Posted by Shawn Simpson // January 24, 2018

Coping with the Death of a Family Member

More and more, I’m hearing about boomers coping with the death of a family member. As one generation ages, the older generation is following the stream of all living things. Birds do it. Bees do it. Even our mothers and fathers do it. They pass on. For most of us it is a time of […]


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9 Ways to Stop Omaha Foreclosure

Posted by Shawn Simpson // January 17, 2018

9 Ways to Stop Omaha Foreclosure

That event that you were fearing is close to happening. The phone rings day and night. Not only do bill collectors call, but the bank started calling. First, they sent a notice stating that you were late with your payment. Then they started calling warning about foreclosure if you didn’t bring things current. You can’t […]


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January – the Divorce Month

Posted by Shawn Simpson // January 10, 2018

January - the Divorce Month

The first month of the new year is reportedly the most popular time of year to file for divorce. A rumor that January – the divorce month is ominously nicknamed “Divorce Month” in legal circles. Sure, the holidays are hectic, and relationship issues can come into sharper focus when stressed-out couples spend more time together. But is January’s […]


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New Year’s Resolutions for 2018

Posted by Shawn Simpson // January 3, 2018

New Year’s Resolutions for 2018

Newsweek says “Being a better person is the top New Year’s resolutions for 2018, according to a new poll from Marist College in New York.” Their findings show that about 12 percent of those surveyed want to become a better person in 2018. The same amount reported wanting to lose weight in the new year. Only 7 […]


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