The Street Strategist has emailed me that he is conducting another “Accounting for non-accountants and financial management seminar” As you all know, I have highly recommended the Street Strategist seminars for its comprehensiveness and the amount of knowledge that you can learn in a short period of time. I wrote a review about it in [...]
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Every kid knows Thomas Alva Edison who is being always set out as an example on hard work and persistence but sadly they don’t know the guy who is behind the toy that every kid wants.
I’ve stumbled across a great resource in the internet known as the Family Watch Dog. The Family Watch dog is a website that allows you to see for free, if a person is an RSO (If you want to know what an RSO means check out the website, I couldn’t place it here because google [...]
I wonder what virus makers have in their mind when they make a computer virus. Perhaps they have nothing else better to do ? (LOL) Computer viruses have certainly become an unavoidable inconvenience of modern computing technology. Whether we like it or not, we all have to deal with viruses in one way or another.
In a lot of ways my wife and I are opposites. She is more sports minded and likes to think more about ping pong tables while I am the ever perpetual bookworm. I like sports but sports never learned to like me. She likes to be with people while I may look outgoing and very [...]
“There is nothing to fear but fear itself.” So said the great President Franklin D. Roosevelt, how true and how timely is what he said even if he said this several decades ago.
When I was accepted in the Thomas Nelson Book review bloggers program, I’ve decided to pick a children’s book because I enjoy reading a story to my son. So I choose the “Read and Share Todler Bible.”
I’ve got both good news and bad news about the Chevy Volt. Let’s start with the good news first. THE GOOD NEWS General Motor’s has come with a car that lets you save a lot on gasoline ! The car is so efficient that you get 230 miles per gallon out of it on ordinary [...]
Traditional weight loss theories tell us that we either do something positive or negative in order to loose weight. To do something positive could probably mean exercising, having a more active lifestyle, drinking some kind of weight loose pill or getting surgery. Doing something negative may involve calorie counting, limiting food intake, going into a [...]
Everybody loves shopping! Even the worst of misers love to shop for good bargains. In today’s modern world you can do shopping without even going to the mall ! There are already thousands of online shopping stores wherein you can spend your shopping money via credit cards. (Just be careful not to overspend?)
I bought my Suzuki Alto sometime this year and I love the little thing! My wife tells me that the Suzuki Alto is so small that it will turn turtle when it reaches hi-speed and gets side sweeped when passed by a big truck. Her personal preference is a bigger car, more specifically a pick [...]
Raising smarter kids is always in the mind of every parent whether they think about it consciously or unconsciously. I have in my desk a book on raising smarter kids entitled “Simulating your child’s intelligence.”