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About Andrea Whitmer

Andrea is a freelance web developer and mom trying to maintain a sense of humor in an otherwise chaotic world. She blogs in hopes of helping others avoid the same mistakes she made in the past. Join in the discussion here on So Over This, or connect on Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, or Google Plus. You can also subscribe to new posts via RSS so you never miss out!

The Beauty of Cruises for Single Parents

Brenda Hall was only 9 the first time she went on a year-long trip around the world with her parents. A couple decade later, it took a full-time job as local reporter for her to settle down in Detroit, Michigan. When home, she now can’t stop blogging about her discoveries around the world. Holidays are […]

Enjoying Some Family Time in Florida

Ruth Williams hails all the way from Tampa, Florida. She is a proud mum of four, and now helps organise guided trips to the US from her European home of Bordeaux, France. On top of all this, every now and then she still finds the time to share some secrets about her native country with online […]

How Well Do You Know Your Neighbors?

I’ve lived in my current home for about 3.5 years and I still don’t know many of my neighbors. I don’t live in a neighborhood per se – I’m actually on a highway – but there are several houses nearby. The older couple next door introduced themselves shortly after I moved in, encouraging me to […]

5 Benefits of Investing in Funds

Ready to make an investment but don’t know where to start? A fund may be the right choice for you. Let’s explore the five major benefits of investment funds. 5 Reasons to invest in funds Diversification – An individual stock can cost $100 or more. Individual bonds start at $1,000. Unless you’re earning like a […]

Why You Need Income Protection Insurance

If you’ve ever been unemployed, you know what it’s like to live without a paycheck. The bills hit your mail box at the same pace, but your bank account certainly isn’t keeping up. Now imagine that you go without income for months, or even years. The bank reclaims your car. Your mortgage goes unpaid, and […]