Monthly Archives: June 2011

59 Seconds – Conclusion

59 Seconds – Conclusion by Richard Wiseman This book ends with 10 quick things that you can do to improve your overall happiness. The bottom line of this book is that everyone is different but we can all be happier … Continue reading

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One Voice, Please

One Voice, Please by Sam McBratney Favorite Read-Aloud Stories This collection is prefaced by Sam recalling a night in an Irish pub where somebody called “One Voice, Please” and storytelling commenced. It brings back feelings of a simpler time before … Continue reading

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Confident Parents, Remarkable Kids

Confident Parents, Remarkable Kids by Bonnie Harris 8 Principles for Raising Kids You’ll Love to Live With Every parenting book has something to teach. I don’t believe one book or one method will work for your child, each child is … Continue reading

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Mama Gena

Mama Gena’s School of Womanly Arts by Regena Thomashauer This book is pink. You must start with the assumption “Female Power” and go from there. It’s a very fun read and women could get a lot out of this book, … Continue reading

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Personal MBA – Chapter 3

Personal MBA – Chapter 2 “Marketing” by Josh Kaufman This chapter is quite efficient in explaining what marketing is and why it is important. You have to find prospects that will buy your product, whatever that may be. Qualification of … Continue reading

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May Photo

This photo is taken on Michigan Ave in downtown Chicago, on the Magnificent Mile. The tulips only bloom for a few weeks, and they are glorious. It is a fantastic end to winter.

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