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Online Degree Information View More
Are you interested in advancing your career? Then you should consider increasing your education! Bizymoms.com believes in education and encourages stay at home moms to move from Cradle to Career by working toward a degree online while their children are young. Our Education for Moms section offers information on everything you need to know to make your education possible....
Scent-Stations Soy Candle Home Business View More
Greetings! My name is Mary Bachert, married to Dan for 35 years. I am an LPN, and was working full time in a group home with mentally and physically challenged adults, when I suffered a workplace injury. Unable to return to my job due to my disability, I started looking for a home-based business. It had to be something that would not mar our testimony in any way, because we are both born-again Christians. Our faith means a lot to us, so we wanted a company with integrity and values...
Benefits of Strength Training Program View More
As many of you know, strength training produces many positive benefits including but not limited to increases in strength, endurance, cardiovascular health, bone density, insulin sensitivity and reduced lower back pain. Recently, research has revealed that strength training improves cognitive function and reverses certain genetic markers of aging. No longer is lifting weights just something you do to make your muscles bigger. It makes you smarter and younger as well!...
Virtual Equipment/Supplies: Skimp or Splurge? View More
Other than major electronics such as your computer or cell phone, software will probably be among your greatest initial expenses for essential equipment. While it may be nice to have all the software that you could probably ever need, it's not cost effective, especially as you embark on your WAHM career. Consider what you'll be using your computer for and how often you'll be using those programs. Let's look at...
Common Mistakes in Writing View More
At this point in our series of articles, we've gone over most of the critical things you need to know to start writing that children's book. In this article, I discuss things to look out for as you craft your story—common mistakes I've seen writers make over and over again. COMMON MISTAKES IN CHILDREN'S AND TEEN BOOK MANUSCRIPTS Mom and Dad or INSERT PARENTAL FIGURE HERE to the rescue! Too...
Law Advice: Get Law Advice from Expert Paul Bergman View More
Professor of Law Emeritus, UCLA School of Law EDUCATION: B.A., UCLA 1965 J.D., UC Berkeley (Boalt Hall) 1968 TEACHING AWARDS: American Trial Lawyers Association Jacobsen Award for Excellence in Teaching Trial Advocacy (1988). University Distinguished Teaching Award (1992) UCLA Continuing Education Distinguished Teaching Award (2006) PRESENTATIONS BASED ON Reel Justice: The Courtroom Goes to the Movies (partial list): Numerous presentations on TV and radio, including The Today Show (NBC)...
Money and Happiness, Finding Happiness View More
A friend of mine, Steve Moeller, did research on the science of happiness. He gathered information to write a book about what really makes people happy. He gave me permission to share some excerpts with you from an article he wrote for Investment Advisor magazine. I found his thoughts very interesting, and hope you will too. The assumption that more money will make us happier is etched into our consciousness...
Get an Ideal Real Estate Advice from Expert View More
Phoebe Chongchua is a visionary, creator, author, and speaker who uses her 20-year journalism background to weave together savvy marketing/media campaigns, events, articles, profile stories, and press releases for a multitude of media. She appears regularly on TV and in print in commercials and segments focusing on real estate and living well. She has an extensive background in both journalism and real estate and speaks and writes regularly providing consumers ...
Deadlines, Students and Effective Study Skills View More
Rielle gets it. She's one of the fifty college students I interviewed for my book, How to Become a Straight-A Student. Like the rest of my subjects, Rielle was a straight-A student at a demanding university (Brown) who made top academic performance seem effortless: no all-nighters; no crippling stress; just a happy, social undergrad with stellar grades. "We like to think that good grades and other accomplishments are directly proportional..
Teach Your Kids, Hunting, Children and Gun Safety View More
Hunting is by and large a safe sport. When people do get hurt, it is far more likely that they fell from a tree stand than to have been inadvertently shot. But gun-related hunting accidents do happen, and, when they do, the "what went wrong" trail often leads back to a youth hunter who was either not properly taught about firearm safety or who is not mature enough to put...
Facing Foreclosure, Think Before You Act View More
I have written hundreds of articles on real estate, been published in books on real estate, and spoken to hundreds of people about real estate as well as appeared on TV and radio talking about real estate—all because just about everyone has at least some level of interest in real estate, especially these days. If you're a homeowner, chances are, you're following the real estate market whether or not you're...
The Solution to Your Financial Problem View More
Written by Dave Young, President of Paragon Wealth Management You may be surprised to hear that one household in 50 declare bankruptcy a year. On average, when a widow receives a death benefit, it is usually completely gone within three years. Credit card debit is at an all time high. Payday loan centers charging effective interest rates up to 500% are thriving. Gambling is epidemic. In one of the richest ...
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Child Car Seat
So, my baby is no longer of newborn size and she has now reached the 32 pound/40 inch height mark. This means as a diligent parent I must graduate her to a more appropriate forward facing car seat. The key thing to remember when trying to find a car seat is that it meets NHTSA standards and is tested by the safety/crash test gods. Here are some tips to help...
Job Search
The US Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that US employment continued to decline in April and the national unemployment rate rose from 8.5 to 8.9 percent. Since the recession began in December 2007, 5.7 million jobs have been lost. In April, job losses were large and widespread across nearly all major private-sector industries. Overall, private-sector employment fell by 611,000. It appears that we still have a highly...
Divorce and Children
The following advice about children is based on my experience and reading. I am not a psychologist. Realize that your situation is unique and that this advice is general. If you have children, the divorce can be as difficult for them as it is for you. Children will normally feel fear, confusion, guilt, depression, anger, and other emotions. Although you will be feeling these emotions too, you have a lifetime...
Exercising Safely
In the mid-1980's, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists developed safety guidelines for exercising safely during and after pregnancy. Since then, there have been many studies documenting the many benefits of exercise to mom and baby as well as safety modifications, warning signs and contraindications. Experts agree that moderate exercise for most healthy women throughout the childbearing year can help reduce common discomforts of pregnancy, minimize excess weight gain...
Time Management: When to Work
Working outside of the home usually means that you have set hours that are devoted to work—nine to five, plus a commute, or if you're in an industry where you work longer shifts for fewer days during the week (such as healthcare) you may be on for 12 hours Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Whether your freelance, telecommute, work as a contractor for another company or are a mompreneur-business owner, navigating...