Archive for November, 2014

More Financial Advice to Pass Along to Your Young Adult Child

Filed in Money by on November 27, 2014 3 Comments
More Financial Advice to Pass Along to Your Young Adult Child

I received a lot of positive feedback on my recent post, “6 Key Pieces of Financial Advice for Your Young Adult Child,” so this article expands on that topic. One of my readers said it would be helpful if I would discuss what her adult daughter should focus on, financially, as she progresses through her […]

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Are You Fit, or Just Not Overweight?

Filed in Diet & Exercise by on November 20, 2014 4 Comments
Are You Fit, or Just Not Overweight?

You’ve finally lost that extra weight you’ve been carrying around for years, or even decades. What a great accomplishment! You feel much better, fit into your clothes more easily, and look fantastic. So you are now skinny. But are you also fit? I know, I can be a pain in the ass. Whatever you do […]

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Are Our Modern Systems for Producing Farm Animal-Based Food Immoral?

Filed in Living by on November 13, 2014 3 Comments
Are Our Modern Systems for Producing Farm Animal-Based Food Immoral?

I was driving down the freeway the other day and I happened to notice a large flatbed truck carrying dozens of cages filled with live turkeys. The turkeys were stuffed in small cages with barely any room to move. I might be “projecting,” but they didn’t look very happy. I felt really bad for them. […]

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A Great Insight About Life, and From a Hollywood Actress!

Filed in Living by on November 6, 2014 4 Comments
A Great Insight About Life, and From a Hollywood Actress!

Hollywood actors and actresses generally aren’t the most brilliant people in our society, and as such, they rarely make any meaningful observations. Watch an interview with Tom Cruise, or any episode of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians,” and you’ll see what I mean. That’s why I was so shocked when I heard this profound insight […]

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