- Created on Tuesday, 10 September 2013 19:04
LIVING THE LIFE I LOVE Dear Lucy: I created five goals at your workshop back in February. I'm having trouble with the two that mean the most to me. By now I should have made a lot more progress. Any ideas?
Dear Stuck: Thanks for the question. I have been thinking about this myself! Here are a few ways to test your blocks to success.
- Created on Tuesday, 03 September 2013 18:40
In the past 50 to 60 years our environment has become progressively more polluted, which has resulted in a larger human toxic burden than ever before. Chemicals are being produced, tested and introduced into our environment at a frightening rate. It doesn't matter where we are or in what part of the county we live, everyone will have some level of exposure to toxins.
These invisible toxins are in our prescription drugs, household cleaners, alcohol, tobacco, and over-the-counter drugs. It is virtually impossible to keep our bodies free of these substances, unless of course we live in a bubble.
Our bodies are composed of many organs, but our liver carries the greatest burden. The liver has the task of disposing of foreign substances, as well as body-produced hormones. We can assist in this process by providing our body with enough of the proper nutrients to help the liver function.
- Created on Tuesday, 03 September 2013 19:19
Even though the possible need for long-term care is not something people enjoy thinking about, an estimated 70 percent of 65-year-olds will need this type of care at some point in their lives.
The average cost of a semi-private room in a nursing home was nearly $75,000 a year in 2012, and it's been projected that the annual cost could reach nearly $165,000 in 20 years due to inflation.
Some wealthy households can afford to pay for long-term care out of pocket. Many others with substantial financial assets might not be sure whether they have saved enough to meet their future needs. Thus, it may be wise to consider whether your financial resources would be adequate for a worst-case situation.
- Created on Tuesday, 10 September 2013 09:51
When moving forward in various businesses, often times there is a need for additional capital. Whether it is for the purpose of purchasing equipment, operating capital, or contract financing, most business can always use additional funding.
Unfortunately, many business owners wait until their backs are up against the wall in a desperate situation, which it is usually too late to ask for assistance. Most financing institutions want to know that you are stable and can repay the debt, not at the end of the road on the brink of bankruptcy unless you obtain more capital.
Where can you turn for assistance for loans?