It’s a Generational Thing

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

Invest Wisely (Don’t buy that stuff!)

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!)

– Don’t Quit –

But, you do know that answers come in the strangest and most wonderful way to help us with our struggles. . . . → Read More: – Don’t Quit –

“X” is for you to decide

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


Life has its up’s and its downs, it varies and is painful sometimes. It is inexplicable and indescribable, but also a gift, something treasured that everyone deserves, even with all the difficulty and hardship faced in it.

Hardship and difficulty has always been a part of life and always will be. The difficulty life gives . . . → Read More: Life

Spring has sprung!

With Spring here and summer around the corner, the outdoor projects are ready to be tackled.  At my house, we have already had our first round of battling the ants.  In a continued effort to look towards natural remedies, I did a bit of research on controlling garden pests without spending a fortune on chemicals . . . → Read More: Spring has sprung!

More Quotes to Combat Negativity

“People are often unreasonable and self-centered. Forgive them anyway. If you are kind, people may accuse you of ulterior motives. Be kind anyway.” Mother Teresa . . . → Read More: More Quotes to Combat Negativity


A police officer was asked “What would you do if you had to arrest your mother?” His answer was “I would call for backup”. . . . → Read More: “L”aughing

Positive Thoughts in Discouraging Times

I was so discouraged reading my Facebook page today.  It just seems that one person cannot make a difference unless you are rich and then, maybe you might become one of the “bad guys”.

Government does not seem to care about the poor or middle class, even though they say so when they are running . . . → Read More: Positive Thoughts in Discouraging Times

This Too Shall Pass

So, to myself and all of you trying to see the bright sides of your challenges, keep going. It will pass. Keep walking your path. . . . → Read More: This Too Shall Pass