We all deserve the right to get the most from our investments.Right? So many of us are trying to make a dollar out of our nickels and dimes, but could this new rule shrink our returns? Have you heard about ESG? Start with the editorial below. Will this new rule rob the middle class and […]
Tag: Short and sweet
Did you know that nearly half of Americans would not be able to come up with $400 for an emergency? ⁃ Figures from a Federal Reserve study This holiday season, give a gift to yourself and set aside at least 20% of income to 1. pay off asset-depleting debt, or 2. fund your savings account. […]
“For you know only a heap of broken images.” T.S. ELIOT Born in St. Louis, Missouri, on this day in 1888. Thomas Stearns Eliot died at age 76 in London, England. He came from a prominent family. His grandfather founded Washington University in St. Louis. The reason I add this fact is that I was […]
It is said that specific praise seems sincerest. I know it to be true because when someone can specifically iterate the areas in which I helped them or made them feel good, it catches my attention, and I believe their words to be true. It does not mean they are, but it certainly appears authentic. […]
Sometimes shorter is sweeter. Especially when I have a lot on my plate. In such instances, I need a little something that I can say or memorize quickly. So I dissected a larger affirmation into this bite-sized chunk. It is just enough to chew on for today. I hope these short affirmations for success will […]
Yesterday, my sister, Candra, and I completed a 60-piece jigsaw puzzle. We started the puzzle at seven o’clock in the evening and set a goal to complete the Jurassic-themed puzzle by 8 pm. Working on puzzles is one of Candra’s favorite things to do. Unfortunately, Cerebral Palsy, which affects Candra’s hands, arms, and motor skills, […]
Be encouraged. You’ve got it. Everything, in fact. But the question is, are you using the gifts that will make you powerfully effective in your walk as a Christ follower?
I know life can be difficult, but we still must decide to succeed.
October Blues: Conquer the fear that lurks near the end of the year. My dearest reader, The final stretch for the year is here. We can see the finish line, the white ribbon stretched across the track, and either we will fly through it and take hold of the prize at the end, or we can […]