Monthly Archives: April 2017
I tried to capture the overall view of the news lately. I’m disappointed how easily “fake news” has dominated our society. I’m just as disappointed in news organizations who favor revenue over credibility and value. I’m scared to see what happens if these two trends continue.
On average, we each produce almost four and a half pounds of waste every day. While about a third of it is recycled in the U.S., that’s still a lot going to the landfills. Recapturing more of that waste can have many positive effects, including: Conservation of Natural Resources When metal, paper, plastics and other […]
[republished from last month for Tax Day] Have you received your refund yet? What are you planning to do with it? Are you going to pay bills? Take a vacation? Save it? If you’re not sure what to do with it, here are some smart ideas for what to do with your tax refund. Create […]
Many people see this moment of clarity as stressful or even depressing, but in truth it’s the opposite… provided that you’re looking at things from the right angle. All Work and No Play Makes Jack a Dull Boy An old saying tells us that “if you truly love what you do, you’ll never work a day in […]
If you’ve spent any time reading, listening to, or viewing personal improvement materials, you have likely learned about the power of the mind. One of the early classics, Norman Vincent Peale’s “The Power of Positive Thinking,” focused on positive thoughts to help create the life readers wanted. He wrote the book back in 1952. A more modern […]