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News10 My Neighborhood wishing you a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR!

News10 My Neighborhood wishing you a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR!

News10 My Neighborhood wishes you a wonderful moment of reflection followed up by joyous enthusiasm for the new year and all the great experiences that 2014 will bring to you and yours!!

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Finance Friday: Are You Finding Balance?

Finance Friday: Are You Finding Balance?

It’s been over 15 years now that I have been taking care of finances in our family. I love the feeling every month that comes from balancing all the financial accounts to the penny! It’s such a feeling of peace and calm.

Would you believe that I used to never have “balance’ where finances were concerned?

My lack of balanced with regards to finances spilled negatively into other areas of my life as well, but that’s for another post.

17 Apps That Will Help You Get More Done

17 Apps That Will Help You Get More Done

What’s your all-time favorite app for getting more done?

The following answers are provided by the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC), an invite-only organization comprised of the world’s most promising young entrepreneurs. In partnership with Citi, the YEC recently launched #StartupLab, a free virtual mentorship program that helps millions of entrepreneurs start and grow businesses via live video chats, an expert content library and email lessons.

1. Fancy Hands

I’m a huge fan of Fancy Hands. It helps me get more done by focusing on the stuff that I can’t ask someone else to do. They handle anything that can be done over the Internet, from scheduling meetings to doing specific research. It has made me much more productive with my time.

Asm. Cooley Announces Health Professions Scholarship, Student Loan Repayment

Asm. Cooley Announces Health Professions Scholarship, Student Loan Repayment

Today, Assemblyman Ken Cooley announced that the California Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development (OSHPD) is offering scholarships and student loan repayments for health professionals who commit to working in medically underserved communities.

Funded through OSHPD’s Health Professions Education Foundation, $32 million will be awarded to students enrolled in healthcare related programs and health professionals who commit to working in California’s medically underserved communities for up to three years.  

Qualifying professions and programs of study include: licensed and registered nursing; physical, occupational and speech therapy; medical and therapy assistance; social work; dental hygiene; nurse practitioner; and physician assistant.

2013 Weekly Challenge #40: Where's Your Mojo?

2013 Weekly Challenge #40:  Where's Your Mojo?

This week is all about excuses.

We all have them. The reasons we give ourselves, and others, for not doing what we know is best, or what we promised ourselves or others we'd do. But this time we're not just talking about being a couple minutes late to work, or not getting all the laundry done...we're talking about health, fitness, and overall MOJO.

Have you found your MOJO? If not...why not?

Are you in a job you don't like or that doesn't challenge you? Do you throw yourself under the bus first, giving up your fitness appointment for the benefit of someone else? Do you have a hard time setting boundaries with others (boss, spouse, etc.) making it impossible to take care of you?

 

WEEKLY CHALLENGE: Go Sugar FREE!

WEEKLY CHALLENGE: Go Sugar FREE!
Weekly Challenge #39: Go Sugar FREE   I can hardly beleive it is already almost October. Its time for crisp fall apples, winter squash, veggie soup and...Halloween Candy. Ugg.

Even the healthiest eaters sometimes struggle at this time of year.

A Shelter That Can't Be Blown Away

A Shelter That Can't Be Blown Away

Momservation: God gives us darkness so that we may see the light.

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I will never complain about California again.

As my son and I watched on television the horrific images coming from Moore, Oklahoma