We live in a fast paced, society. We rush and make snap decisions. Let's just slow down a bit and think when it comes to creating work you love. I know I've made my share of dumb mistakes because I've rushed through life. I still move pretty fast, but I'm thinking this creating work you love stuff out.
Added by Bernice Coles on June 6, 2011 at 4:00am —
You may be asking yourself, why in the world would someone blog or even try to write about banking? The truth is, I feel like it needs to be done. I have over 15 years of banking experience and some of the questions or concerns never seem to go away.
Most people only think about their bank accounts when their is an emergency or they just need some extra cash. Other than that we really don't think about our bank accounts. However, this is something I think a lot of Americans need to think… Continue
Added by Adam Patesel on June 5, 2011 at 9:43pm —
I am in the process of writing a new book and anyone who wants to be a part of it can receive an unedited version for free! I am just asking that after you have read the book, you provide me comments that I can publish on the website and in the book itself. The name of the book is 10 Answer Keys to Fashion Strategic Alliances. Visit www.MeredithBromfield.com
(lower right hand corner) to request :) ENJOY!
Added by Meredith "Kit" Bromfield on June 5, 2011 at 7:49pm —
Creating your own online show and podcasting it isn't as difficult as you might think. You've probably seen podcasts rising in popularity lately and it's time you jumped in with your own.
Wikipedia defines a podcast
as s a series of digital media files (either audio or video) that are released… Continue
Added by Justin Lukasavige on June 5, 2011 at 1:00pm —
In the 1860's, the Supreme Court ruled that the tomato is a vegetable, for tariff purposes...Botanically, the tomato is considered a fruit because the edible part contains the seeds, while the vegetable parts are the edible stems, leaves and plant roots...Amazingly, tomatoes can be grown in just about every type of climate/type of soil and if you have a green thumb, just one plant can produce on average 15… Continue
Added by Janet Visloski Strang on June 5, 2011 at 9:00am —
I recently changed my newsletter delivery system from icontact to Mailchimp. I was paying $10.00 per month for a service that seemed a little hard to navigate. I now have a FREE system that seems much easier to navigate and looks exactly how I want it. You can check out my latest newsletter… Continue
Added by Jeff Jones on June 4, 2011 at 2:00pm —
Watermelons are 92% water so when purchasing make sure it's heavy...To test for ripeness, snap your thumb and third finger against the melon...A "high" tone means the melon is not ripe...A "low" deep tone, the melon should be sweet and ready to eat...The exterior of the watermelon should be a smooth, waxy green, with or without stripes and free from dents, cuts and bruises...Lastly, look for a pale yellow (a… Continue
Added by Janet Visloski Strang on June 4, 2011 at 9:00am —
I was on my way to my favorite "Scratch and Dent" store. You'll never know what you might find there. Nearby, I saw a woman trimming some bushes on a 7-11 lot. It was about 10:00 a.m. and it was already hot. A sunny, very warm day was in store and this woman was hard at work.
Added by Bernice Coles on June 4, 2011 at 4:00am —
Teaching kids the proper use of money is not an easy task but it is essential for us parents. We need to give our kids every opportunity to learn proper money management so they can transfer their learning into adulthood.
This post is one I am probably the most proud of. I asked my 13 year old daughter to speak to people about money from a teenager's perspective. If you could speak to other teenagers about what you know, what would you tell them? This is what she came up with....… Continue
Added by Tyson Morgan on June 3, 2011 at 11:38am —
Blueberries, called Star Berries by the Native Americans, should be firm and brightly colored from light to dark...When using blueberries in a recipe (muffins, pancakes, etc) make sure the batter is thick. Berries added to a thin batter will simply sink to the bottom...Blueberries are naturally blue in color, low in fat, sodium and calories and the pale powder like coating on the skin is called… Continue
Added by Janet Visloski Strang on June 3, 2011 at 9:00am —
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I just helped my friend Carl redesign his blog.
It was A LOT of fun and I think it turned out incredible (if I do say so myself)!
One major discovery that we…
Added by James Dibben on June 3, 2011 at 5:00am —
You may have to burn the candles at both ends as you create work you love. When you are working hard it may take more time and energy than you usually expend. Mornings are marvelous when you awake feeling refreshed and alert. When you wake up feeling like something the cat dragged in----that's not so good.
Use these tips for a good… Continue
Added by Bernice Coles on June 3, 2011 at 4:00am —
Thank you Dan for sharing your vision of the 48 Days community.
Added by Serg on June 2, 2011 at 11:53am —
So now we know the strength in Family, and that we are powerful beyond measure. So next is, be happy! My sis-in-love wrote a great post on it in her blog, Everyday Experiments
. A short quote from it:
Happiness is power. Happiness is carbonated consciousness. It wants to spill out and radiate and be articulated. And every time we downplay our joy we confuse our synapses. Our brain… Continue
Added by Ashley Logsdon on June 2, 2011 at 10:34am —
Choosing a ripe cantaloupe depends on individual preferences...The melon should be round, smooth and have a depressed scar at the stem end...Make sure that the entire melon is not soft, only the stem area...The netting of the cantaloupe should be an even, yellow color and have a strong, sweet aroma...The melon will ripen if left a room temperature but will not continue to ripen under refrigeration...Whole melons… Continue
Added by Janet Visloski Strang on June 2, 2011 at 9:00am —
For those of you reading my blog for the first time, I'll do a little bit of intro.
I got suspended from my job for sleeping on duty, a little about two months now and how I am on a cross road as to what I should do. So I posted a discussion titled: "Should I jump off the cliff?" (You can check it out to get a heads up on this blog).
As this drag goes on in the office, I tried to lean on the only lady in my life but she was no where to be found. Instead she… Continue
Added by Christopher Adidi on June 2, 2011 at 5:50am —
It is a wonderful sound to hear – The steady, confident voice that flows from the mouth of someone who’s spirit has been lifted; one who is learning to view herself through an un-cracked lens.
(Jump to the full article and podcast.)
This is the third interview in our series…
Added by Joel Boggess on June 2, 2011 at 4:00am —
One of my friends is a clown. No, really, that's the work she loves. I've known her for a long time. She just landed a contract to "clown around" at one of the local home improvement stores on Saturday mornings! Wow, what a great way to meet families. I don't know if she wears a red nose, and floppy shoes, but she clowns none-the-less. …
Added by Bernice Coles on June 2, 2011 at 4:00am —
Added by Meredith "Kit" Bromfield on June 1, 2011 at 5:30pm —
Let's face it...the economy hasn't bounced completely back yet. Families are still struggling financially and need to do more with less. Your dollar needs to stretch a bit further than perhaps it had to before. Even if we are doing okay financially, it is still good to re look at our budget and see where… Continue
Added by Tyson Morgan on June 1, 2011 at 11:21am —