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Maureen Campaiola                           
Dear Friends!

Today when I was out for my morning walk I was thinking about how different my life is now than it was just a few short years ago.  

So many things have happened; my mother got sick and passed away, my grandson was born, and my blog was launched.  

When I first started blogging, I had no idea what would happen and how this journey would impact me so positively.  Each week I get to converse with you, my readers.  I get to read your emails, answer your questions, cheer you on as you make your way through debt.  

I feel like I know many of you personally like we've met and have been friends for years!  And I love that!  

It's what has made this blogging journey so incredible.  The people I've "met" and the lives I've touched.  

But it hasn't been a one-way street.  Far from it.  

You have touched my heart in so many ways.  The emails you send me offering advice, encouragement or just a pat on the back as a way to show your appreciation for what I offer you each day, and throughout the year brings a smile to my face.  I love when you reach out and trust me with your problems and issues. I'm honored at how much you value my opinion and service to you.    

Never in a million years did I think blogging would bring me so much joy and happiness. Thanks for being on this journey with me and allowing me space in your inbox each week.

With much appreciation,


P.S. If you've ever thought about starting a blog, I can't recommend this enough!
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