Employer Parent Resource

If you are a parent who employs a nanny in your home or considering hiring a nanny then I recommend and urge you to buy a copy of this book “The Compact Guide to Employing and Keeping a Nanny“it’s a quick and easy read yet packed with all the know how to successfully make the …

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Health Benefit Discount Card for Uninsured People

If you are uninsured and you pay out of pocket for medical care then please consider signing up for a Duane Reade health benefit discount card. It cost just $20.00 per year and you get immediate access to discounts on all store brand items and medication. Feel free to check out other pharmacies as well …

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Work Contracts

When job hunting, it is always a good idea to have a work contract outlining the terms, responsibilities, conditions and salary of the position. Although it’s not a legal requirement to have one, but doing so could save you a lot of problems and misunderstandings in the future after you have settled into the job …

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Claiming the 1098-T Tax Benefit for Higher Education

If you have a child in college, you pay tuition and have received a 1098 –T form, then you are legally entitled to claim the tax benefit. It doesn’t matter what your legal status is, if you own a Tax ID number and pay taxes then speak to your tax professional about claiming this benefit. …

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Obtaining a Library Card

The Public Library is a great resource for absolutely free information and entertainment media. Forget the Netflix subscription; join your local library with proof of address, an email address and a picture ID to sign up for membership. There you can access books, music CDs, DVDs, audio books or borrow a laptop. Then go online …

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Free Stuff

Join a Free Cycle group in your neighborhood to connect with others who are looking for or donating items in good and useable condition. Through this resource you can find household items, electronics, clothing, shoes, food supplies and just about anything else you can think of. Check out http://www.freecycle.com then choose the area closest to …

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What’s Your Vision?

With everything in life, you need to plan and be prepared to execute that plan. In my own experience, I have found the use of a Vision Board very important. This vision board is key in helping you see where you are in life, where you’re going and where you want to be in the …

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Stay Grateful

Remember to start the day with a word of prayer. “Heavenly father, I thank you for waking me up this morning to face this day. I thank you for life, health, strength and the many blessings you bestowed upon me. I thank you for my family and friends who are always there for me. I …

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Facebook Fanatics

Staying motivated and on-task is often very difficult with the temptation of the social media giant FACEBOOK. Even though most cell phones can be set to automatically check for new email messages and there is a new email message with every new activity on the Facebook page, it’s still so very tempting to still log …

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Link with powerful people

The best piece of advice I have ever gotten was” If you want to learn to do something the right way, then link to the experts in the field of study. It’s so important to have mentors; doing so will prevent you from having to reinvent the wheel. Mentors also offers motivation, goal setting tips …

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