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download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. I want to do all the things I don't have time forI can't wait to take long walks with my dog every day, not just on weekends. I can't wait to fix all the broken things in my apartment. And I can't wait to travel without counting vacation days. I'm a couple of years shy of 65, so I know I'm lucky to have the savings and secure housing that allow me to give up the day job now.
Persons: , I've, I'm, who's Organizations: Service, Business, Costco Locations: Italy, Florence, Rome, Turin, Tuscany, Penn Station, Maine
I'd often do the weekly grocery shopping at a 24-hour supermarket on Fridays at midnight after the kids and their father fell asleep. Even though we may have saved money shopping at Costco — and most Costco shoppers have kids — going there felt out of the question in those early days of parenthood. Related storiesSo, as empty nesters, we figured we'd try Costco — and we fell in love. We store some bulk Costco buys at the bottom of our pantry. And I don't regret not going to Costco when our kids were small.
Persons: , I'd, Costco's, Beth Harpaz, It's, we've Organizations: Service, Business, Costco Locations: New York City
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Persons: I've, Organizations: Service, Business Locations: Alabama, Wisconsin, Nebraska, New Orleans, Louisiana, Arizona, California, New York
My father was old enough to be my grandpa, but that's what made him a great dad. By the time I was born, he'd already lived through so many ups and downs that nothing ruffled him. Born in 1911, Dad was an eighth-grade dropout who'd lived through the Great Depression, fought in World War II, and worked in New York's Garment District. AdvertisementI wish he was around to spend time with my kidsBut here's what's awful about having an old dad: He died before his grandkids got to know him. He was 81 in a veterans' hospital hospital when my first child was born.
Persons: he'd, didn't, Dad, who'd, hadn't, Harpaz, Beth Harpaz, He'd Organizations: Service, Business, Garment, Army, 101st Airborne Division, Operation Market, Hitler Locations: New, Armentières, Charleston, Buzzy's, France, Belgium, Holland
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