99 Things Women Wish They Knew Before Falling In Love

Author: Phd Brenda Wade
Editor: Ginger Marks
ISBN: 0986662992
Size: 18,84 MB
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99 Things Women Wish They Knew Before Planning For Retirement

Author: Helen Georgaklis
Editor: Ginger Marks
ISBN: 1927016010
Size: 16,96 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Money and emotion are two worlds that never go well together, like oil and water! Women either have a great relationship with money, or it's a disaster. With approximately 40 million baby boomers coming into retirement in America alone, the question that I have asked myself over and over again is: Are they ready? Women work their whole lives to earn their pay and make their way, all while hopefully building a successful marriage and having children. They start to think about retirement only when they reach the near-50 mark. If you start thinking about retirement in your 50s, it's too late. Having worked in the financial world for over 20 years as a financial advisor, I've spent thousands of hours meeting with clients, helping them build retirement plans, and teaching them what investing means. The most significant part of my career focuses on building relationships. For the last 6 years, I have devoted all my energy towards baby boomer women. Many reasons influenced that decision, but the biggest reason was that I had become a statistic again!! 99 THINGS WOMEN WISH THEY KNEW BEFORE PLANNING FOR RETIREMENT is your easy-to-read, easy-to-understand pocket coach to inspire you to do more for yourself where money is concerned! Get smart about your money!

99 Things Women Wish They Knew Before Servicing Their Car

Author: Towanda D. Cooper
Editor: Ginger Marks
ISBN: 0982560834
Size: 20,59 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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I have been in the automotive industry for over twenty years. My experiences range from light and medium automobiles to heavy duty trucks, semi-trucks, trailers, as well as refrigeration units. I am a graduate of Trident Technical College, with a diploma in Automotive Mechanics. This training was followed up with a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration. In 2000, Cooper Automotive Repair, Inc. was opened. My passion in this career field is to educate people about the maintenance and repairs of their vehicles. The auto industry has created a scare

99 Things Women Wish They Knew Before Starting Their Own Business

Author: Erica Diamond
Editor: Ginger Marks
ISBN: 0986692301
Size: 19,28 MB
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99 Things Women Wish They Knew Before Getting Fit Without The Gym

Author: Sarah Robichaud
Editor: Ginger Marks
ISBN: 0986662984
Size: 12,53 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
Read: 537

There is a major health crisis in this country—an epidemic of humongous proportions. Currently more than 1 billion adults are overweight, and at least 300 million of overweight people are clinically obese. Obesity accounts for 2% to 6% of total health care costs in several developed countries; it has been recently reported that obesity-related diseases are killing more people than smoking. The situation is out of control. Children are obese and falling ill to diseases related to their weight. We are dying earlier with more illness and injury then we have ever seen in history, but we have the best medical treatment and a plethora of diet and fitness gadgets and food on the grocery shelves. We are harming ourselves. This epidemic is happening because we have lost our way in the pursuit of good health. In our society of instant gratification we have forgotten how to walk to the store or down the hall to talk to a co-worker. We are an online nation. We seem to do all our business on our laptops, phones, and in our cars. We don't even need to go to the store to buy milk. It can all be delivered to our door with the click of a button. We never actually need to get off our derrieres. We have everything we want at our fingertips. Well, everything except good health. And really isn't that the most important thing of all? All the material possessions in the world really don't mean anything if we don't have our health to be able to enjoy it. How did we get here? We forgot how to walk, stretch, and move. Our bodies are meant to be in motion. Look back in history to the hunter–gatherer days. The men went out to hunt for enough food to sustain their strength for the hunt and feed their families. Women had it no easier, working the fields, taking care of the children and running the villages. (Some things never change.) There wasn't much time for anyone to sit around, which is probably why Facebook didn't come until much later. Our ancestors ate, slept, and moved in perfect balance to promote a long, healthy life. Flash forward a few thousand years and we sit. We sit at work, we sit in our cars, and we sit at home on the couch. Our bodies have atrophied; our muscles are weak, our complexions sallow, and our energy stays perpetually on empty.

99 Things Women Wish They Knew Before Stressing Out

Author: Lauren Miller
Editor: Ginger Marks
ISBN: 1927016029
Size: 10,77 MB
Format: PDF
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Lauren brings 18 years of stress relief study and practice along with her own experience through two of the top stressors at the same time, cancer and divorce, as she lays out essential tools needed to maintain inner peace in the midst of life's challenges.