The wedding industry never ceases to amaze me. I’m proud to say that we are all part of a truly generous and caring community. Here are just a few of our wedding forum wedding professionals who are reaching out to help Haiti… Continue
For the last week, I’ve been feeling quite proud of my healthy immune system. Randy and the boys have all been suffering from your run of the mill cold. But, thanks to my exercise regime and healthy eating, I managed to fend off this dreaded bug. Right? Well, I woke up at midnight with those telltale signs of impending illness – a scratchy throat, swollen glands, and a runny nose. Darn it! Not all is lost though. I stayed awake for two hours catching up on those crazy housewives of Orange… Continue
I haven't written about my journey in a few days. I have posted other articles but not my own writing about changing my life. It's funny, the one time I write a post saying I'm going to write everyday and then I realize I need a break. It's funny how things never go as expected. Maybe, I need to not set expectations. When I set up too many expectations - I set myself up for failure. I will just go with the flow. Whatever I'm feeling.
This week I made a promise to myself to start putting… Continue
The Fortune Hi-Tech Marketing presentation video is very clear on how the plan works. It is about 20 minutes long and explains the compensation plan in far greater detail than I will here. So, what is the Fortune business? It is people helping people. It is teams, building teams. It is profitable beyond belief!
When founder Paul Orberson (highest mlm earner ever) conceived the business in 2001, his one goal was “to provide everyday people the… Continue
For some reason the subject of Twitter elicits very strong emotional responses from people. They either wax poetic about how fun and useful it is, or they sneer with disdain about how boring and pointless it is. Both camps are pretty adamant leaving the uninitiated Twitter user confused. Which side is right? Is Twitter a revolutionary communication tool? Or is it just a way for egomaniacs to announce to the world what they are having for… Continue
Green Super Bowl!
Yesterday I was a guest on NBC in Milwaukee, to share ideas for a green super bowl party and this Tuesday a.m. I'll be a guest on ABC-7 in Chicago, sharing similar ideas.
We can still party down next Sunday, February 7, 2010, while we cheer for either the Colts or the Saints *(you choose) in the Super Bowl (#44) AND be kind to Mother Earth. It's easy living earth consciously if you just set some rules in place and… Continue
Added by beth aldrich on January 31, 2010 at 8:34am —
Coincidences. Recently Daniel Johnson wrote about those in his life. Some were meaningful. Ironically I discovered his article by coincidence because he cited a story that involved my friend and how she met her husband at a party she had not intended to attend - in my village, Sausalito.
Even today that story warms my heart and brought to mind a holiday party this year that I thought I could not attend… Continue
Added by Kare Anderson on January 31, 2010 at 7:30am —
I am a nature fanatic and I make sure my son and I get outside every day to breathe some fresh air. But somedays it just doesn’t work to stay out very long. Today is a gloomy, rainy, cold winter day, and even my little guy, who is more like a mailman in that neither rain, nor snow, nor sleet, nor hail will stop him, wants to stay in. And so we were off for a great game of Xtreme Chase.
Xtreme Chase, named because everything sounds more… Continue
It is easy to get lost in these difficult times - taking care of family and making ends meet. Add to that the plight of victims in Haiti and you can get depressed. Here's how to overcome these negative energy and move ahead: Find Inner Peace
Added by Evelyn on January 31, 2010 at 4:59am —
Fall's my favorite season, although nowadays, Fall gets really hectic with planning for all the holidays with the kids and the fact that my husband's, my, and both my brothers' birthdays happen during the Fall in addition to my husband's and my anniversary. So Fall's a bit of a whirlwind, which sometimes makes it so stressful that it's hard to appreciate it as much as I used to. When I was a child, I looked forward to the weather getting chillier and the days getting darker earlier - it made me… Continue
As a teacher I see following instructions as one of the most challenging skills for many children to acquire, and one of the most important. Students that can follow directions, and read and follow instructions, find school much easier. Those that don’t have problems finishing the simplest tasks, these children and their parents become increasingly frustrated as the school years go by.
This is the first of several articles to help parents assist their children in following… Continue
Added by Rhonda Cratty on January 30, 2010 at 8:35pm —