What we all can do to make a positive difference in our world following the wake of the Sandy Hook tragedy. Read more here.
Added by Angie Cunningham on December 17, 2012 at 10:00pm — No Comments
We often hear about eating a balanced meal, balancing our work load or leading a balanced life. This is also important in your financial life as well. Once you are out of debt, how do you balance retirement savings with life? read more...
Added by Kathryn Gerken on December 17, 2012 at 12:47pm — No Comments
Today my heart is broken on so many levels. As a mother, as the wife of a teacher and mother of a future teacher, future mother-in-law of a behavioral therapist, as a citizen of this country, as a child of God and as a human being. The horrendous massacre in the elementary school in Newtown is still in the realm of…Continue
Last Thursday, I examined Step 1 of the Book Buyers’ Process – Finding Your Book. Now that you’ve got them at your book page, you’re done, right?
Wrong. Your job has only just begun. You’ve got three opportunities for these potential customers to walk out the virtual door never to return.
Step 2 of the Book Buyers’ Process – Reading the Description
Added by Brian W. Foster on December 17, 2012 at 7:36am — No Comments
Whether building a cello from an oil drum or salvaging and manufacturing parts for a violin from the trash, these incredible creatives make trash sound wonderful.
by Pete Ferguson
All around us are the resources we need. Uncovering the truth takes creativity, faith, and inspiration.
Rather than pontificate for 400-500 words, I can promise you will be inspired by watching this video:
For a few weeks now, we have had some fingerling potatoes on our counter. I was anxious to use them and decided to make some homemade fries. After gathering some ideas online, I pulled from a few sources and came up with the following:…Continue
Added by Jeff David on December 17, 2012 at 6:37am — No Comments
4 Secrets for Saving Time- A 3 minute video that will save you even more than 3 minutes!
Added by Aldreama Harper on December 17, 2012 at 5:30am — No Comments
Our home has become a Christmas Carol as we have “Decked the Halls” with splashes of Christmas everywhere. The Christmas tree stands like a proud grandmother decorated with sentimental ornaments that span the decades. Gazing at ornaments bearing our children’s names bring back so many fond memories. Like most moms, Christmas prompts memories only a mother can remember. The season is a time of reflection and remembering. It seems to trigger countless emotions and memories in everyone; some…Continue
The other day I was driving down the road and saw a squirrel smack dab in the middle of the road nibbling on some food. I kept wondering when he was going to get out of the way. He finally figured out that some big, enormous object was coming closer to him. Judging from the crinkled Colorado license plate on the front, this object had indeed hit something before! Didn't he see that? Realizing he needed to out of the way, the squirrel ran to the left, ran to the right, ran to the left…Continue
Added by Misty Hymel on December 16, 2012 at 8:16pm — No Comments
Low to no sex drive can become frustrating over time. You and your spouse both desire to have fun between the sheets, but there is nothing there. You used to have “IT”, but as the days, weeks, and years have passed you no longer do.
Making sure you are taking the essential libido boosting vitamins and…Continue
Added by Tony DiLorenzo on December 16, 2012 at 10:30am — No Comments
Words can't describe the numbness felt upon hearing the news of the shootings in Newtown Connecticut. 20 first grade students and 7 adults mercilessly gunned-down by pure evil. Innocent children taken from their families and loved-ones.Continue
Yeserday another sensless shooting occured at an elementary school in a place called NewTown ,Connecticut. 7 people were killed including the perpetrator.. I saw where there have been 84 people killed in these violent actions this year.It does not shock me so much any more that this kind of thing happens. It is sad that this trajedy will be exploited and I think it is unfortunate that it will be exploited politically. I know that it goes much deeper than the issue of Guns. It is about the…Continue
Added by GARY LEAGUE on December 15, 2012 at 11:48am — No Comments
“If you’re waiting on good fortune to smile on you, that first social security check might arrive at your door first.”
Added by Barak Strickland on December 15, 2012 at 8:51am — No Comments
This week I was reading Against All Odds: My Story by Chuck Norris. The story he shares about getting his karate business started reminded me of something Dan Miller is often asked to comment on during his weekly podcasts. Often someone who is working for an employer gets filled with entrepreneurial spirit and asks Dan how to get out of their job and afford their lifestyle while building their business.
They are caught in a scenario where they have a great idea and a strong business…
Added by Jim Carver on December 14, 2012 at 9:05pm — No Comments
Hello, friend! This is my first blog post on the 48Days.Net site! It's a preview of something I'm going to post to my new blog at gloryhoundnetwork.blogspot.com this weekend. I hope you read on and enjoy... and thank you for the warm welcome!
This is my 2nd personal project iPhone app -- I'd love for people to take a look and see what they think. My app is called Santa Hates You (but loves me) -- don't worry, it's not malicious, it's just a practical joke app!
The basic premise of Santa Hates You (but loves me) is this: You hand your phone to your buddy and he/she taps a button that says "give me a present" and Santa always pulls something awful out of his bag, like a bag of socks or a can of Mystery Meat…Continue
We all eventually find ourselves trying to improve our skills for handling difficult people. There is likely even someone you know who sets you off like an atomic bomb. Maybe they constantly criticize you, put you down in front of others, take credit for your good…Continue