Sunday, July 7, 2024

Types of Guys You Should Avoid Dating.

July 31, 2020 by  
Filed under News, Opinion, Relationship Talk, Weekly Columns

A relationship isn’t always about butterflies and rainbows. You will have to go through some misunderstandings and struggles. Surely you will need to be patient to make your relationship work, but a hot-headed guy who is easily tempered even with petty issues will make a relationship toxic. Observe how he reacts with little inconveniences when you are with him. If you saw him getting mad at little things, that should be a big red flag. Choose a person who is responsive rather than reactive and someone who remains calm in every situation. 

How to Declutter Your Home.

July 30, 2020 by  
Filed under Opinion, Weekly Columns

We might not notice how cluttered our home is until we are forced to stay at home. Due to the global pandemic, we are obliged to stay at home and are not allowed to go out unless it is necessary. With this, we also have a lot of time to clean and declutter at home. However, if you’ve been planning to declutter your home but doesn’t know where and how to start, here are some tips you might want to consider doing:

Pantry Snacks You Can Prepare When You’re Lazy.

During the pandemic, a lot of people are forced to stay at home. Being at home means having to prepare your own food. But unless you are really passionate about cooking, preparing food might be a burden. However, opting for a pizza delivery might not be the healthiest solution. So if you’re hungry but a bit lazy, here are some pantry snacks you can prepare at home:

4 Big Mistakes People Make When Trying To Pay Off Debts.

July 29, 2020 by  
Filed under Business, Money, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Getting out of debt is so difficult and it requires a lot of sacrifices and patience. However, so many people find themselves trapped in a cycle of debt for years because they don’t take the right approach when trying to clear their debts. A few simple mistakes could set you back a long way […]

How To Move Towards Becoming Financially Free.

July 28, 2020 by  
Filed under Money, Opinion, Tech/Internet, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( According to Gallup, 25% of Americans worry that their income will not cover their outgoings. Another 37% stress about not being able to pay the bills from time to time. The American Psychological Association’s data reveals money worries are the number one reason US citizens are stressed. Financial stress tends to influence other […]

Making Wise Choices When It Comes To Spending.

July 28, 2020 by  
Filed under Business, Money, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( We can all get into the habit of spending more than we should be. Sometimes it is necessary spending, sometimes it is emotional spending, and sometimes it is spending when we least expect it. However, we can be prepared when it comes to this and ensure that we control it, and certainly only […]

The Parts Of Business To Keep An Eye On When Expanding.

Tweet ( Your business might have plans to expand in the very near future, considering the trouble your company has gone through recently, and just how hard you’ve worked to get it back on its feet. It seems only natural that you’d want a bigger market share, or you’d want to target more customers, and […]

5 Ideas To Help You Progress In Your Career.

Tweet ( Some of us will come to a point where we feel stagnant within our careers. When you’re feeling this way, it’s time to regroup and rework your plan. Start by setting yourself new goals or reviewing your existing ones. Some find that careers coaching is a beneficial step to talk through their goals […]

Staying Sane During the “Black Lives Matter” Movement.

July 17, 2020 by  
Filed under News, Opinion, Politics, Weekly Columns

Repetition for retention is a great tool to help people remember important events and matters.  Political movements like “Black Lives Matter” are not going away anytime soon.  Do not let the search for justice make you go crazy.  You are no help to anyone if you are physically sick or mentally checked out. Know that it is ok to have your stance and to have your peace of mind. Oh…and the 66 books of the bible.

How to Choose the Right Residential Care Home for a Family Member.

Tweet ( If you want to do the right thing for an elderly relative, that sometimes means finding a residential care home where they can live and get the care they need. It’s a taboo subject for many because they don’t like the idea of putting a relative in a care home, but it’s often […]

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