Are you feeling disconnected, unheard, unloved, misunderstood, or even empty? Do you ever feel like you just don’t have enough time with your husband? Does empty wife, empty life describe you instead of happy wife, happy life? Do sparks fly when you and your husband are together, but not the kind of sparks you want? … More “Thriving Wives” Connection
There are a lot of people who have encountered some difficult roads in 2020 and already in this year! If that is you, I pray that your path will eventually lead you to a beautiful destination! This is a quote I found in a calendar, author unknown.
Tips for quasi (almost) empty nesters during Covid-19 restrictions. … More An Almost Empty Nest
One of the big topics since we are now in August and still have restrictions in many states is adult children who are still home or back at home due to college or work closures. I thought the use of these terms and their definition would be helpful. Let’s start with quasi-empty nester. Quasi: Seemingly; … More Nester definitions
I took a break from working on my desktop computer in my home office. When I returned, I was startled! Why was I startled? I was startled because I did not expect to see someone else in my chair! My adult son had politely taken up residence at my desk! Mind you he has his … More I only see, what I expect to see!
Personal financial literacy is the ability to use knowledge and skills to manage financial resources effectively for a lifetime of financial well-being. (The President’s Advisory Council on Financial Literacy 2008 Annual Report)
“We need from every man who aspires to leadership-for himself and his company-a determination to undertake a personal program of self-development.” Magic of Thinking Big
Let’s work together to find out the answer to this question. It was popularized by the movie Mahogany starring Diana Ross. Here are some of the lyrics of “Theme from Mahogany”: Do you know where you’re going to? Do you like the things that life is showing you? Where are you going to? Do you … More Do You Know Where You’re Going To?