Happy Go Money

Taking about finances can be a taboo subject, especially during tax season. Everyone has their own attitudes to money, based on any number of things including personal experiences, childhood beliefs and reports in the media. Not only can it cause personal stress, but feelings about money can affect or even destroy relationships. A recent study... Continue Reading →


It is with a great deal of excitement, a lot of sadness, and a mixture of fear that I enter into retirement after 33 years of service with the Thunder Bay Public Library. I love the Library. It is a great place to work. Maybe I'm biased but the staff there are a great group... Continue Reading →

Personal Finance

Have you ever wanted to learn more about how to manage your personal finances?  I recently took an interest in the subject and started reading many of the Thunder Bay Public Library’s finance books. Here are my picks for some great places to start reading up on the subject. The first book that piqued my... Continue Reading →

Wealthing Like Rabbits by Robert R. Brown

I’ve been going through personal finance books one after another. In an era of insecure employment, insecure pensions, and insecure everything, it’s more important than ever to understand finance. Reading through various titles, I kept on seeing references to “Wealthing like Rabbits”. In spite of its odd title, I decided to give it a try.... Continue Reading →

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