Is the pursuit of perfection a bad thing? I think not. You don't have to be perfect, but, you should always do the best that you can and be the best you can be, whatever your age or your stage in life.
Author Mary T. Wagner is back with a humorous vengeance. When Mary Wagner asked me to read her new book "When the Shoe Fits... Essays of Love, Life, and Second Chances" and tell her what I thought, I was delighted to do so because I knew I was in for a treat.
Are you feeling bored? Kid's are not the only ones to feel the creep of boredom, but they may be the only ones to confess "Mommy, I am bored." And good for them, how can you do something about boredom if you can't or are not willing to ackknowlege it?
According to Cyndi Maxey and Jill Bremer learning how to maintain a positive attitude can be challenging. But of course we knew that already, didn't we? So who are Cyndi and Jill? They wrote user-friendly book titled "It’s Your Move: Dealing Yourself the Best Cards in Life and Work"
Are you responsible for the care of an elderly family member? If so, you know that being a caregiver can be mentally and emotionally challenging. So how can you balance your own needs with those of the individual you care for?
You are excited because you and your family are getting away for some fun and bonding time. Take some extra precautions before you go. You know the usual travel warnings and safety tips, however, there are other tips that you should keep in mind also.
A family in heavy financial debt has become the norm rather than the exception. Even when you are knee-deep in debt there seems to be a way of getting additional credit. You are using one credit card to pay off another card; you take out a "payday loan" to stay one step ahead.