The reason for writing this is that I recently went to visit my mother. The visit really made me reflect on how important it is to have a system for life. What I mean by that is having a system for organization and productivity. My mother is so disorganized that clutter has began to fill her home. Bills weren’t getting paid on time, she has numerous subscriptions that are completely unnecessary, and she has so much stuff that she feels overwhelmed. This disorganization has cost her so much money and time.
Just after September 11, 2001 the country was in turmoil. Lisa’s story of perseverance begins here, with the country in disarray, Lisa’s personal life also took a turn for the worse. The story is a powerful one of pure determination, sheer willpower, and of overcoming adversity that most of us will never face in our lives.
Most people think that they have tried every diet that claims to help cure their particular problem, and nothing works. The truth is, your “perfect” diet has not been designed. Through FDN®, I will show you how to create your perfect diet. Angela Brown visits the Doug Haldeman Show to help us reveiw what dressing for health success can look like.
There are three main principles that are necessary in finding the right diet for you. The diet must:
consist of real, whole, nutrient dense food.
be comprised of the right macronutrients.
eliminate the foods that cause stress to your body.
Would you pay for two hotel rooms in a single night, but use only one? Probably not, but when you go on holiday and continue to pay your rent or mortgage while you’re gone, this is essentially what you’re doing. Paying for a space you aren’t staying in not only bleeds your travel budget, but leaves a perfectly usable space, well, unused.
What I find most painful about all of this is that there’s a solution that can even hand you a profit while you’re gone. In turn, it can also help other travellers explore your hometown. So why not return the favour, and earn some travel cash on the side? Here’s how to rent your home on AirBNB and be an AWESOME host, too!
Most first time home sellers have no idea where or how to start the home selling process.
It’s very important that first time home sellers understand what the home sale process entails, what costs are associated with selling a home, and many other very important aspects of the home selling process.
Doug and Tammie talk about finances quite often and wanted to share 10 quick tips they always follow for financial planning together:
1. Set priorities and specific goals. don’t assume you both have the same goals without discussing them. 2. Discuss values. Sometimes differing values make agreement on goals difficult. When one person wants to spend now and one wants to save for later, it can be a source of friction. The same is true when one spouse tends to be less risk oriented than the other about investments.
Listen in as Doug and Tammie Haldeman alongside Producer Tom Terbrock discuss the number one problem in marriages: money, and what you should be doing to avoid the issue.
It’s this simple: Money can ruin your marriage. In fact, it’s the number one problem in marriages and the number one cause of divorce.
People often underestimate the commitment in merging two lives together. The reason we fight most about money is because it’s the most measurable. Sure, compromises also need to be made when it comes to issues of time, space and affection, but with money, the give and take is quantifiable. Continue reading Financial & Marital Harmony→
Two St Louis Areas were the most profitable zips in the U.S. for flipping property in 4th quarter
Two zip codes in the city of St Louis made RealtyTrac’s list of “Zips with the highest gross returns (from flipping property)” for 4th quarter, 2014. The 63139 zip code, which includes the Dog Town area of St Louis, came in number 2 on the list with an average gross return on investment of 163.9% and the 63116 zip code, which includes Tower Grove South, Holly Hills, Dutchtown South and Bevo, came in 9th on the list with an average gross return on investment of 127.7%. Continue reading St. Louis Real Estate News→