I've found that one of the best guides to Family Finance is written by Elder Marvin J. Ashton titled "One for the Money." In this booklet he starts by explaining that "The American Bar Association has indicated the 89% of all divorces can be traced to quarrels and accusations over money." He ... Read More about One for the Money: A Financial Blueprint
Let's face it, the citizens of the world offer many a definition and opinion on what it means to be a "successful" woman, or a "successful" person in general. Tricky calculations base success on money, education, fame, etc., but what can truly measure success? The truth is, that is up to ... Read More about Measure your Success
“Be environmentally aware.” We hear this phrase constantly from political figures, environmental activists, neighbors, annoying classmates or coworkers, sometimes even from ourselves! You know what I’m talking about. That moment when you go to throw something away, and the recycle bin and trash ... Read More about How to Use Your Five Senses to Create a Happy Home
Glinda, in The Wizard of Oz, gave us the wisest of words. “You’ve always had the power my dear, you just had to learn it for yourself.” How much power do we have within ourselves that we don’t even understand? And how does our individual power differ from those around us? And how do we use ... Read More about What Kind of Profession Suits Your Personality?
Let me start from the beginning.. I read this book a while ago. It really opened my eyes up to love. Not like romantic love.. necessarily.. but, you know, all kinds of love. It's called "The 5 Love Languages." This book is literally AMAZING. Growing up you're always told to be kind to those ... Read More about Learning the Five Love Languages + Discovering Your Own