Barriers to Healthy Diets -- Removing them is not as hard as you think by Michael Smith, MD
... Our friends and family influence our lives more than we like to admit. They affect our decisions, choices, moods, behavior, and weight . During medical school, I worked in a weight loss clinic to make some money. I will never forget the level of influence a spouse or friend could have on a patient. Several times, I saw first hand someone, other than the patient, make the dieting decisions. At this level of influence, our peer groups can make a big impact on eating a healthy diet.
Retirement Management by Matt Alexander
... Most people have a goal to work for 30 years or so and then relax and do what they want for the rest of their lives. There are many people that have to work until they die because they have to in order to survive financially. Do not conform to that statistic. Conclusion While retirement is generally one of the most anticipated times in one’s life, it should also be one of the most active. After all, Americans are generally living longer, staying in better health and retiring earlier.
Foreclosure Investing Is Dead...Or Is It? by Tom Dunn
... The young couple in Southern California who buys a single family fixer-upper foreclosure for (gasp!) $426,000, spends the next 12 weeks of their lives fixing it up, spending gobs of money on Italian marble and Travertine Tile, and re-sells the house to the very first family that calls. The after-repair net profit? A whopping $138,000. Heck, a chimp could do that, right? So, Foreclosure Listings in one hand, calculator in the other, off you tramp to look at your neighborhood rehab projects.
Retire Rich with Retirement Planning Calculator by Vichuda Asavamongkolpan
... As we are living longer, we need at least 20 years of income to cover our expenses, With working life gone out and having only free time to do whatever we want to do, we may then have to think of how should we live our retirement life when we stop having income coming in. We all want to have the financial freedom to pursue our retirement dream so really, should we stop working fully or may be you would enjoy having small side business so as you can have some income during the retirement year.
Advancing Technology Through Mice by Andy Alt
... and also will change how the world communicates, and how business is performed. There will be a radical jump in culture world-wide because most misunderstanding will immediately be made clear through instantaneous verbal and visual communication. An increased feeling will surface causing us to realize that we all live on the same planet. Soon after, family members will begin to feel that each member is related to the other. Once mice have developed, changing their name might be in order.
Who Is Selfish? by CD Mohatta
... Another family, which has saved nothing for itself but begun donating, can call the earlier family selfish, and the earlier family can advise the second family to save for the rainy days first. This all sounds so confusing. For example let us talk of two very good friends. One of them forgets to bring a very essential thing to the examination, say - a calculator. He/she requests the best friend to lend a calculator for the examination, but the other friend refuses.
The Key To Success With A Home Based, Network Marketing Business by Donovan Baldwin
... I had been there, done that, and was obviously concerned about the lives and families of my soldiers. They knew that I cared, and if I recommended something they went out and got it. It wasn't just me, either. If one of the other sergeants mentioned something, it was treated with importance and followed up on. HOW I PUT 2 AND 2 TOGETHER AND CAME UP WITH A BUSINESS THAT WORKED. While I was teaching people how to plan a safe cross-country trip with an 80,000 lb vehicle, make on-time ...
Grocery Savings - What Worked For Grandma Probably Won't Work for You by Colleen Langenfeld
... Something that has not changed in this fast-paced technologically advanced time we live in is the simple need of most families to save money on their monthly grocery bill. But grocery savings in your grandma's time and even in your mother's time were not necessarily the same as grocery savings today. How does such a fact impact you, today, in your quest for a lower monthly grocery bill? Simple. If you were raised by your mother (!), then you are probably still using her methods of saving at ...