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Books with Impact: Early Retirement Extreme

The “Books with Impact” series takes a deeper look at specific books that have had a profound impact on my financial, professional, and personal growth.

Connor Threlkeld

Swans don't play

Have you ever seen a swan get violent with a person? You will soon.

Kim Luciani

Hail storm in downtown Augusta

An afternoon thunderstorm was accompanied by marble-sized hail Wednesday, Sep. 17, 2014.

Kim Luciani

VIDEO - Braves' new home: SunTrust Park

The Atlanta Braves broke ground for their new stadium which will be named SunTrust Park.

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Our path to living off our investments

The big financial goal that Sarah and I have in front of us is to reach a point where we can live off of the proceeds of our investments, allowing us to walk away from work.

Connor Threlkeld

Golf ball lands in pocket

You can't help but laugh at the improbable situation of Rory McIlroy's tee shot landing in the pants pocket of a fan during The Tour Championship. 

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Seven Clever Food Strategies for Stretching a Small Budget

There are a lot of strategies out there for stretching a food budget, from couponing to meal planning.  Still, that’s not the end of the road when it comes to stretching your food budget. 

Connor Threlkeld

Basketball shot will pay off

A man's wife promised he would never have to buy her anything ever again if he made a no-look shot. He missed badly, and then...

Damon Cline

Don't expect 'honest' post-Ferguson dialogue

With the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., calls are going out for America to have a "national conversation" about race. I'm all for it, as long as the conversation is truly honest.

Connor Threlkeld

Elephants at play

Have you ever seen an elephant play? Well, now you can say you have. 

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Vogtle workers see both reactor projects

Some veterans of the nuclear industry were at the site south of Augusta to see the complex network of rebar and concrete rising out of the ground in the 1970s and ’80s. Now, they are back.
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