Posts

Olga Zlotnik
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Your Home as an Investment

When people are being hounded by creditors and going through tough financial times, they come to me for help. In listening to, advocating for, and helping my clients, I have had the privilege of learning some financial do’s and don’ts. The truth is that financial trouble can happen to anyone. Click here for the full article.
Boomer and the Babe
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For What it’s Worth

There are any number of so called experts that tell us, the Baby Boomer Generation, what we want. They tell others how to market to us. These experts try to explain why we do what we do, why we buy what we buy, why we live the way we live and what we need to do to insure our "comfortable retirement." Click here for the full article.
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The Joy in Art Collecting

Kathryn Henneman's love of old Hollywood movies and art are a fun way to introduce herself. Click here for the full article.

Lights, Candle, Action

Our candles are made with non-GMO soy wax and phthalate-free essential oils and fragrances.” She and her partner, Beth Gorman-Hackstadt love candles. She says, “I knew there was a way to create a beautiful candle with powerful bouquets that are also eco-friendly and economical.” Click here for the full article.

Fine, and Functional, Art

Wood. Metal. Cement. Clay. These are the materials James Anthony Peters uses to customize works of art for his clients. “I’m an artist-for-hire kind of guy,” he says, “and I love to be asked, ‘Is this possible?’” Click here for the full article.

Apache Landscape

The American southwest is a land of beauty, or as they say in New Mexico, enchantment. It is host to plant life not found anywhere else in the world, and culture that is second to none Click here for the full article.
Nassim Sana, MC
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The Science Behind Gratitude

The next time you are not having a good day or feeling a bit down reach out to someone who cares about you and tell them “Thank you for being amazing.” Click here for the full article.
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Potty Training

A week later, mom wrote, "We have success." When she introduced the plan, the little guy cried and generally acted like he was being traumatized, but Mom stayed the course. Lesson: The mistake of late training is correctable, and my experience is that, as in this case, the correction usually takes less than a couple of weeks. Click here for the full article.
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Bunch of Baloney

A grandmother recently told me that her son and daughter-in-law have told her only grandchild, an 8-year-old, that he can be anything he wants to be in life. She was incensed. “What a bunch of baloney!” she exclaimed. “What a completely irresponsible thing to tell a child!” I agree wholeheartedly. One cannot be whatever one desires to be any more than one can have anything one desires to have. Here, for example, is a short list of the things I could never have been, no matter how hard I tried: professional football player, fastest man on the planet, tightrope walker, nuclear physicist, brain surgeon, fighter pilot, concert pianist, and King of England. Click here for the full article.
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Ground Rules

Living with Children John Rosemond Copyright 2009, John K. Rosemond Q: What, if any, ground rules can and should parents set for a child returning to live at home after college graduation. My husband and I are facing this issue with our daughter in May 2010, and we need help. Click here for the full article.