Added by Ms Angela L Vann on June 9, 2017 at 11:02am — No Comments
I bet there is something in your life you want to change. No one is ever 100% happy with everything in their life. Maybe you want to lose weight, change or advance in your career, make more money, get out of debt, manage the money you do have better, improve your relationships, organize the time in your day, organize or declutter your home, etc. Regardless of what your goal is, you can dream about what it would be like, hope for a change, and wish it would happen all you want,…Continue
"You don't really want to change!" I've made that statement a million times…in my mind. It is my natural response to people who like to list all of the reasons they can't do something different. Excuses are more plentiful than we realize.
The disgruntled employees who chronically complain about their jobs.
The clients who bemoan lackluster business…Continue
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Larry and I recently returned from a 10-day tour of Israel with one of our favorite Bible teachers Ken Boa. Larry described our first trip to Israel as drinking out of a fire hydrant. In other words, we sped through the paths Jesus strolled!
The day we walked the Via Dolorosa (“Way of Grief” in Latin) an unexpected sorrow touched me not…Continue
It's the first question we have to ask everyday. "What are you going to do today?" To be clear I am fully aware that sometimes you plan your day and sometimes your day plans you, but we should at least have some idea where we're headed at the start of every day. A few questions can help you to clarify the path:
Added by David Weiss on June 6, 2017 at 4:30am — No Comments
There are plenty of reasons to be unhappy…
You hate your job but don’t see any better options.
You are sick and the treatment isn’t working.
You are having problems in your relationship; with your partner, with your kids, with friends.
Seriously, I could go on…Continue
If I asked you to name one of the most benign, safe over-the-counter type drugs, most of you would name one of the anti-inflammatory NSAID drugs like ibuprofen. Many people use these drugs weekly for minor aches and managing chronic pain. And of course, since we don’t need a prescription, we figure they’re…Continue
So the other day, Kathy Griffin posted the now infamous President Trump severed head picture. She thought she was being cutting edge and cool, making a statement. Then yesterday I saw her crying about how the Trumps were bullying her and she has secured a lawyer, I guess to bring some sort of lawsuit against the president of the United States and in that moment I understood, she doesn't understand cause and effect. Do you?
Now let's start off with the basics. First this is not a…Continue
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If you are involved with the application development projects, database designs can be considered as one of the important factors. Here are some essential tips that every database expert must know.
Avoid The Repetition Of Data: One of the factors that you should look into while handling the database designs is to avoid the repetition of data. For example, the traditional recording of data includes the processing of flat files and the creation of invoice records. So, the invoice…Continue
Added by Bill Williams on June 2, 2017 at 5:07am — No Comments
Solitaire diamond rings are the best choice while buying both your engagement and wedding rings. The diamond solitaire ring is pretty fascinating and elegant. You would find an impressive array of diamond solitaire rings today in exclusive jewelry shops and boutiques. Opt for customization if your budget permits it. A solitaire ring features one single gemstone that is mounted beautifully on a band.
The quintessential solitaire ring design is meant for conveying a powerful message…Continue
Added by Bill Williams on June 1, 2017 at 6:30am — No Comments
This blog post talks about one of the most difficult types of clutter to deal with – and personally my most difficult to control and let go of – special occasion clutter.
So what is special occasion clutter? This would include anything around your house that you use, but only for certain occasions or times of year. (Click to Tweet!) They are useful items, so it is hard to justify getting rid of them, because you know you will use it again. But…Continue
In 39 days my family might be homeless in Chattanooga TN.
For the whole story you can start the series HERE.
Since the first e-mail yesterday, I've been getting some questions. I'll answer them here, because I'm sure many of you are wondering the same things.
"What about your business?"
Added by Dr. David W. Powers on May 29, 2017 at 6:57pm — No Comments
If you’re a creative person, you may wonder how you can make money doing what you’re passionate about. Actually, you may have an advantage over the average job seeker because you are so on fire about your craft.
If you’ve run out of career ideas for using your creative…Continue
Prior to each coaching session with a client, I send a clarity tool to complete and return to me beforehand. In a recent session, a client told me what a struggle it is for her to complete the tool each time. “You should write a blog about that form,” she said. “I put off filling it out…Continue
If you go on ten different health or weight loss websites, you are likely to find ten different approaches to achieving your goal. One may stress that going vegetarian or vegan is the best diet. Someone else may recommend an all raw foods diet. One expert will tell you to eliminate all carbs while another…Continue
Added by Ann Musico on May 29, 2017 at 7:30am — No Comments
The concept of sidebars is as old as that of websites itself; they have been on websites since the mid-90s. The early websites were usable but primitive, but in the last two decades, web design has advanced by leaps and bounds. Even so, sidebars are still rather common on a number of websites, ranging from e-commerce shops to blogs. As responsive design grows, however, it is worth pondering about the relevance of sidebars in modern web design.
Are Sidebars a Good…Continue
Added by Bill Williams on May 28, 2017 at 11:30pm — No Comments