Are you stuck in your life’s path?
A lot of us feel stuck in life. No “light at the end of the tunnel”. Maybe we do not feel like we are able to change things in our lives. Just plain stuck.
Usually when we feel like we are stuck in our lives, we really need . . . → Read More: Do you need to have a Hard Conversation?
Fifteen years go by, the mortgage is paid down a little, the development is finished with homes like yours; some smaller but pretty much like yours. Your life has changed and you need to sell your home. You do some math and, based on the CPI inflation rate calculator over your 15 years, you think your house is worth $262,100. The bank shows the principal balance on your mortgage to be $125,628. . . . → Read More: Market Value vs. Inflationary Price Point
Once I read the description of unintended consequences, I thought of other unintended consequences that have affected us recently. . . . → Read More: Unintended Consequences
My spouse and I will be 65 years old in 2014. As we blend our mufti-generational family and place them under one roof, we have multi-levels of cause and effect. We have to make adjustments. We cause adjustments. . . . → Read More: It’s a Generational Thing
“I err, therefore I am.” St. Augustine . . . → Read More: Knowers and Learners – A Different View
There are several wealth studies out there that state the following:
“The poor buy necessities.”
“The middle class buy things.”
“The upper class buy income.”
What does this mean?
Without judging one group over another, I think it means that the lower income levels spend all or most of their income on housing, clothing and . . . → Read More: Invest Wisely (Don’t buy that stuff!)
After messing about on YouTube, I wondered how much time I waste on TV and internet related activities and come to the conclusion that my life pretty much revolves around them. I play hours of videos games a day, and I enjoy doing that.
Ironically, I started this thought process after watching a video by . . . → Read More: Are You Wasting Your Life?
Redefining my “X”, in my mind, would be establishing revised financial, personal, spiritual, emotional and career goals. . . . → Read More: “X” is for you to decide
Even if we grew up together and learned the same things, spoke the same vernacular, believed the same religious views and politics, we would have something in our lives happen and we wouldn’t understand each other. . . . → Read More: “U”nderstanding
If “I” is for Iodine and “J” is for Jicama then
“K” is for Kohlrabi and even more …
Health benefits of Kohlrabi (Knol-khol)
Mildly sweet, succulent kohlrabi is notably rich in vitamins and dietary fiber; however, it has only 27 calories per 100 g, a negligible amount of fat, . . . → Read More: “K” is for …..