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Annual Salary = $56k & Credit Card Debt = $10k Cindy Morus
This is part of Ask The Money Mender series! I am recently divorced and just purchased a house. My problem is this. I make an annual salary of approx. $56k. I currently owe approx. $l0k in credit cards and am just paying the minimum amount. I have $20k in retirement and also have a piece of jewelry that I would like to sell that is worth approx. $10-$15k. What would be the best approach in ridding myself of debt? . . . keep reading
Will It Be The Third Age for You? Carrie E. Pierce
Menopause happens to all women- eventually- and
brings with it numerous physical, emotional and psychological changes.This process might be met with feelings of relief, peace and acceptance-or depression, anxiety and illness. . . . keep reading
It's Never Too Late For A Happy Life Eva Gregory, CPCC
When Nancy overheard her 5 year old daughter Shelby being asked what she 'wants to be when she grew up' she paused to listen to her daughter's lengthy response. She knew the litany by heart. Shelby wanted to be a rock star, a firefighter, a doctor, a vet, and a writer when she grew up. When the asker responded that she couldn't possibly be all of those things, Nancy laughed. . . . keep reading
Feelings Are a Gift From GOD Pat Hastings
We need to take time to listen to our feelings and not dismiss them or stay busy over them. It takes courage to be ourselves, to feel and express our feelings. Feelings are the gateway to who we are.
Divorce the House before the Spouse Joan Roglianoor, Rogliano Real Estate (Colorado)
Splitting up after years of marriage? Divorce your house, then your spouse. If you're still linked through the house, then you're not really divorced. . . . keep reading
Buying and Selling Your Home During a Divorce Elissa Rogovin and Cathy Messing
Your home is your largest asset. Questions you might be asking yourself might include: What is my home worth? Can I afford to stay in my home? If the property needs to be sold, where will I go? Who do I need to call and what questions do I need to ask?
The Power of Simplicity is within you! Patty Kreamer
Remember Leave it to Beaver? The day would start with June and Ward having breakfast with the children, Ward would go to work, Wally and The Beav would go to school, and Mom would stay home and tend to the house. Later, they all come home, have a family dinner, spend the evening together doing homework and talking about their day, and then they were off to bed. Life was so simple then.
Wouldn't it be great if life were this simple again? . . . keep reading
Teens And Impulse Buying Patti Handy
Today's teens live in a materialistic society. Peer pressure and the desire for immediate gratification compounds the sense of urgency that motivates unnecessary spending.
Healing Depression: Break Out of Your Comfort Zone Dr. Lara Honos-Webb
Depression is nature's way of pushing you out of your comfort zone
Every time you are faced with a fear, realize that each time you act small because of fear - you are moving toward depression. Each time you act big in spite of fear - you are moving into a new stratosphere.
Exercise and Your Mood Andrea Longo Life transitions are never easy. Often, while on our journey to self-discovery, we must walk through periods of darkness. Feeling alone and lacking confidence are common but not helpful emotions. This state, of course, is temporary. And
the good news is that you have a solution - right at your fingertips!
The Future, The Past, And The Almighty Present Laura Lester Fournier
Here you stand, on the threshold of your future. Let nothing hold you back from the colors, the texture, the very design you choose for the "layout" of the rest of your life. The past is in the past, although the hurt may linger from the memory of our experiences; it is important to remember that we are now in the present. Focus on these three suggestions and allow them to support you in leading a healthier, happier, and more peaceful life. . . . keep reading
Looking for the Better Half and Influence Pete Hinojosa
I believe that people are influenced with that kind of thinking. We all have faults. We all have strengths. Why not look for the better half in others instead of always looking for their weaknesses. I know the people that influence me don't spend a lot of time telling me everything that is wrong with me. They appreciate my better half!
Cross Market to Get More Clients & Conserve Capital Jerrilynn B. Thomas Are you spending hours on social networking sites, sending out monthly newsletters, and cold pitching but coming up short on prospective clients?
Then it's time to change the way you market.