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Do You Believe in Miracles? By: Connie H. Deutsch
We're living in an age of miracles. As long as there is life, there is hope, and sometimes, where there isn't life, there is still hope. ...
You Just Graduated . . . Now What? By: Connie H. Deutsch
Train for a career that you feel passionate about because you're going to be working at it for many years. Careers come and go according to the economy and can become obsolete if they are replaced by technology. ...
The Glass Slipper Doesn't Fit By: Connie H. Deutsch
Cinderella represented the damsel in distress who needed the safety and security of a man to handle all her problems. Nowadays, women are coming to realize that they are better off being an equal partner in their relationships because they may have to rescue themselves. ...
Home-Based Business By: Connie H. Deutsch
IfTo start a service-based business from your home, be sure of your customer base before spending a lot of money on renovations. If you've been baking cakes for everyone and not charging for them, don't expect these same people to want to pay for them if you open a home-based bakery. ...
The Good Life . . . Or So It Seems By: Connie H. Deutsch
The life of a gigolo is a lot harder than it looks, especially for an older man whose good looks have faded. There are no "off" days for a gigolo; he is always at the beck and call of the woman who is supporting him. ...
Pitfalls of Explaining Your Life Away By: Connie H. Deutsch
There are very few circumstances where an adult is required to explain his or her actions or decisions to anyone except, perhaps, in a work environment. Still, so many adults act like children, feeling compelled to think up excuses for why they did or didn't do something. ...
Email Mishaps By: Connie H. Deutsch
It's hard enough when you're an outsider, but it's much worse when you're an outsider and also made to feel like an outcast in a field that is new to you. The first message boards were horrendous and the people on it were the nastiest people I have ever met. ...
Crowdsourcing, a Close Cousin to Panhandling By: Connie H. Deutsch
Crowdsourcing, a term coined a little under a decade ago, referred to people who went to an online community for services, ideas, and money to fund major projects. Nowadays, it has become nothing more than panhandling for people who are looking for a quick way to get money without working for it. ...
Studies Show We're Getting Dumber By: Connie H. Deutsch
Westerners lost 14 I.Q. points on average since the Victorian Era. Researchers are tying it into the correlation between I.Q. and fertility instead of tying it into the correlation between I.Q. and the poverty level. ...
You're Worrying for Nothing By: Connie H. Deutsch
People are too concerned with their own lives to really think about you or your problems. If you keep worrying about how you're being perceived, you end up putting on an act, not being real, and making everyone unhappy, especially yourself. ...
Traffic, Then and Now By: Connie H. Deutsch
Traffic in metropolitan areas and suburban areas have changed radically over the past century. City planning hasn't been able to keep up with population growth over five years, let alone over many decades and traffic jams keep getting worse as the years roll by. ...
The Octogenarian's Online Dating By: Connie H. Deutsch
Senior citizens over sixty are now the fastest growing demographic in online dating. One of the problems is that when they meet online, they lie about their age and send pictures of themselves from twenty years ago and thirty pounds ago and complain that they can't meet anyone who is honest. ...
There Are No Free Lunches By: Connie H. Deutsch
If we want to teach our children the basics of finance, getting paid for doing chores above and beyond what is expected of a family member is a good starting place. With an allowance he will learn the basics of budgeting, saving, and responsible spending. ...
The Benefits of Daydreaming By: Connie H. Deutsch
Some of our best ideas come from daydreaming. Studies show that our imagination and daydreaming are linked to psychic ability. ...
Different Priorities By: Connie H. Deutsch
Our priorities have changed over the last couple of generations. Nowadays, people are spending more on things that make them feel good than worrying about paying for the things they buy. There are more people today who have credit card debt than ever before. ...
Affairs of the Heart By: Connie H. Deutsch
Internet affairs of the heart are more dangerous to real life relationships than actual affairs. You can't compete with someone you've never seen and who can be contacted via the Internet any time of the day or night, whenever you have time. ...
Avoiding Marital Problems By: Connie H. Deutsch
When people are bored, they look for interests outside of marriage. They complain about myriad issues but the problem could be easier to fix than getting a divorce. ...
You May Not Have a Job in Five Years By: Connie H. Deutsch
Millions of people around the world will be out of jobs within the next five years because technology is replacing them. The Bureau of Labor Statistics had some very dire projections of the careers that will become obsolete by 2020. ...
Chocolate Cake Leads to Arrest By: Connie H. Deutsch
chocolate, cake, warlord, kingpin, extortion, murder, kidnapping, meth, digital trail, police, phone, arrest ...
Listening Without Hearing By: Connie H. Deutsch
Most people hear what they want to hear. No matter what you have to say, or how often you repeat it, people only hear what they want to hear. ...
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