5 Steps to Mental Wellbeing Research suggests there are 5 steps you can take to improve your mental health and wellbeing. Don’t you want to feel and be more positive and be able to get the most out of life? Learn new skills. Research shows that learning new skills can improve your mental wellbeing. It can boost self-confidence and raise … Read More
Moving Out Soon?
You Need These Tips! Moving out on your own? Or, know someone that is? This book is for you. Until you are confronted with taking care of yourself and a home, many people do not realize what is involved. It can be overwhelming to some and totally frustrating to others. Life is meant to be enjoyed. If you equip yourself … Read More
Is your teen “life ready”? We have all attended a graduation at some time or another. There is always an excellent speaker who talks about their future and what should or shouldn’t be included. Most times we won’t hear anything about if they were truly prepared for life. Other than their normal classes, were they taught anything about cleaning, cooking … Read More
Be Food-Safe on the 4th of July
Fireworks aren’t the only cause for concern on the 4th of July Protect your family from food poisoning by taking these four simple steps: Wash your hands and food-preparation surfaces often. Germs can survive in many places around your kitchen, including your hands, utensils and cutting boards. Rinse fresh fruit and vegetables under running water. Don’t cross-contaminate. Even after you’ve … Read More
Ace Your Life – Basic Life Skills for Everyday Living
Ace Your Life Basic life skills for everyday living… Did you ever wonder when you were getting ready to leave home for the first time, if your parents had taught you everything you needed to know to survive on your own? Or, are you now single after a long-term relationship and don’t know where to start? Do you know how … Read More
Are You in Your Own Way?
Are You in Your Own Way? If so, it’s time to address this… According to “Get Out of Your Way” by Tim Shurr, people have been unconsciously programmed to fail. We are self-sabotaging ourselves every step of the way. Did you know that by the time you are eighteen years old, you’ve heard approximately 180,000 negative remarks directed toward you, … Read More
Looking for a New Career in 2016?
Millions of people go to work every day at jobs they hate. Hopefully, you’re not one of them. But if you are, you know the negative effect it has on your personal life. Perhaps it’s time to do some real soul-searching. It is time to identify your true purpose so you can get on the road to your career happiness. … Read More
Why The 4-1-1 Books Matter
In a recent interview I was asked why I’m writing the 4-1-1 books. Although I did answer the question with “to help those that may not be able to completely help themselves,” I’ve taken time since then to reflect on this question. The 4-1-1 on Life Skills is a book about the basic life skills needed by adults of all … Read More
The 4-1-1 on Stolen Personal Data
Just about every transaction you make, whether it is with a credit card, posting on a social media site or collecting a paycheck, gets captured in cyberspace and stored in multiple databases operated by corporations, health care providers, government agencies and other organizations. Your data is out there for identity thieves. It’s no wonder, then, that hackers are relentless in … Read More
Saving Money Q & A
This question came from Mary in New York: Q: I’m trying really hard to save extra money. What do you suggest? A: It is the little things in life that we do that can make the biggest difference: 1. Save your spare change in a large container. This is something all family members can contribute to. At the end of … Read More
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