today in history: What is your bad habit? - 01/12/11 02:05 PM
Kick your bad habit day!
What is your bad habit? We all have a few. Many of us don't even realize we have it until it is pointed out to us. Here is a quick list of the top bad habits out there. See, you are not alone!
 
Bad Hygiene Habits  
Burping. Picking your nose. Passing gas. Not picking up after yourself and acting like a slob. Biting your fingernails.  
 
Nasty Public Habits Exaggerating your stories at parties. Putting your feet on the furniture. Taking forever to get to the point in a conversation. Making embarrassing, humiliating, … (3 comments)

today in history: Clean up that mess!!! - 01/11/11 04:44 PM
National clean off your desk day
Look at that mess. You have files everywhere. You have phone numbers written down on sticky notes. Random facts and figures with no idea of where they belong.
TIME TO CLEAN IT UP!!!
Welcome to Nation Clean Off Your Desk Day! The one day a year put aside to get things in order. It goes well with our start your year off the right way campaign. If you are more organized and know where things are, you can be a lot more effective and productive. 
If a client comes in to your office to meet … (7 comments)

today in history: National Financial Wellness Month - 01/05/11 04:01 AM
National Financial Wellness Month
What a better way to start the new year than celebrate National Financial wellness Month? This is a great time to come up with a plan to get your family's financial goals in order.
Do you plan on taking a vacation this year? Plan on buying a new car? Paying off debt? Whatever the goal that you have, start planning now to make it happen. Look at the expenses that your family has. Where can you trim? Do you have an account set up to put money in every payday towards your goal?
If not, start today!!!
Go … (1 comments)

today in history: I need more time!!! - 11/05/10 06:08 AM
I need more time!
 
That is something that we have all said more than once. This weekend however, is the one time a year that we get it.
Just a reminder to roll your clocks back one hour on Sunday for Daylight savings time.
Enjoy your extra hour of sleep and come back in on Monday ready to go!
Have a great weekend everyone and stay safe.
Remember, if you need any loan questions answered or any pre - qualifications done over the weekend, let me know. I'm always available!
 
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today in history: Get your camera's out! - 06/29/10 05:58 AM
Today is Camera Day!
Most of us have a camera on us virtually every second of the day. In a bag or on a phone, we go no where without one.
So today - let's celebrate it.
Here is a great idea to do with your family - make your own camera.
You can make a camera that costs nothing.  Its a great project for school, as a scout project, or just for fun. It's the "Pinhole Camera".
A shoebox is infamous for storing pictures. It can also be converted into a camera. Take a shoebox and poke a pinhole in … (2 comments)

today in history: To the Mom's out there - 05/07/10 05:58 AM
Here it is, the Friday before Mother's Day and I sit at my desk listening to those around me. I hear three out of the four say "I need to do something for my wife this weekend."
My kids and I have already made the plans for my wife this Sunday. A day that could only be designed by an eight and a five year old. We will make the breakfast they want to give her. They have her gifts that they made her ready to go. Both are anxious to give them to her with a big smile of pride … (3 comments)

today in history: Stop being Stressed out!!!! - 04/16/10 03:26 AM
National Stress Awareness Day
We all know this industry can be stressful at times.

RELAX!!
Today is National Stress Awareness Day. The first part is to unwind and enjoy your day. It is a Friday. Most importantly, it is a day to learn about stress and what effects that it can have on your life.
Stress can have a big impact on your health, both physically and emotionally. It can cause you many issues. From mild headaches to larger issues such as ulcers and mental breakdowns.
It is important to recognize when your stress level is getting higher than you … (3 comments)

today in history: Inconvenience Yourself - 02/24/10 03:55 AM
So, we had MY WAY DAY. Now it's time for Inconvenience yourself day.
Celebrated on the 4th Wednesday of every February, this date is the complete opposite of My Way Day.
Today is all about finding things to do that are an inconvenience to you, but a help to someone else. So many times we all get wrapped up in our own daily life and what we need to get done and forget about helping others.
Funny how this comes right after the 100th Anniversary of the Scouts. A large part of their motto is to always help other people.
I … (3 comments)

today in history: History 65 years ago today - 02/19/10 03:05 AM
Iwo Jima Day

65 years ago this morning, the Marines landed on Iwo Jima. The battle raged on until March 16th. It was then that the final battle tally was realized.
There were 21,000 Japanese soldiers defending Iwo Jima. There were only 1,083 survivors.
Of the  Marines that fought in the battle, 4,189 were killed and over 19,000 were injured.
To this day, there is still an argument whether this small island of volcanic ash and a few small airfields was worth the price that was paid.

Strategically speaking, it is a great location. Almost halfway between Tokyo and Saipan. The … (2 comments)

today in history: Children's Miracle Network - 02/18/10 03:02 AM
Do you have children in your life that you love?
If not, would you like children some day?
If the answer to either of these questions is yes, this post is for you.
Welcome to the Children's Miracle Network drive. If you are familiar with the Children's Hospitals in your area, then you already know how wonderful of a facility it is. It is the leading researcher for children's health.
This place is designed for sick kids. No one likes to see an ill child. The Children's Hospital makes it bearable. Forget about cold wheelchairs and stuffy hallways. Feeling sick is … (0 comments)

today in history: My way or the highway! - 02/17/10 04:17 AM
Do it the way I say!
That is the topic for today. It is MY WAY DAY!!!
This is the one day of the year that you can get away with being demanding or being a drama king or queen. So, make your list of things that don't normally go your way and make it happen for you today.
Sleep in late
Take that extra bagel
Take a long lunch
Leave Early from work today
Go see a movie
Whatever it is that makes you happy - Do it today.
Do it your way.
Just remember though, everyone else has the … (3 comments)

today in history: Who's Hungry? - 02/16/10 03:29 AM
Does anyone like eating pancakes?
Raise your hand!! (mine is raised, FYI.)
Today is International Pancake Day.
The pancake is about as universal a breakfast item as anything in the world. For anyone that has ever gone into an IHOP, you know that there are as many different ways to serve it as you can think of. From Cinnamon to apple to pumpkin to the good old fashioned buttermilk with maple syrup - there is something you will love.
Many areas are have races and fundraisers today. Eat pancakes and donate to charity - great combination.
If you are looking to … (4 comments)

today in history: Love makes the World go 'Round; but Laughter keeps us from gettiong dizzy - 02/09/10 05:22 AM
Wow!!! What a title!
Love makes the World go 'Round; but Laughter keeps us from getting dizzy week.
With Valentine's Day this weekend - love is in the air. Some people say too much love everywhere, enough to drive you crazy. So, to combat that, they have created Love makes the World go 'Round; but Laughter keeps us from getting dizzy week. With the spirit of that in mind, I thought that I would share a few.
""I have to have a raise in my commission," the agent said to his manager. "There are three other companies after me."
"Is that so?" … (3 comments)

today in history: 100 Years of Boy Scouts - 02/08/10 06:28 AM
100 Years of Boy Scouts of America

This week marks the 100th anniversary of the Boy Scouts of America. Congratulations to one of our country's strongest and longest running organizations.
It was was founded by Chicago publisher William Boyce on February 8, 1910.
The Boy Scouts of America was designed to teach young men of our country how to be great contributing members of our society. They continue to accomplished this through organized activities such as camping; fishing; hiking and an endless list of other outdoor events. They help to educate the boys through community events as well. You will … (2 comments)

today in history: World Cancer Day - 02/04/10 04:25 AM
Today is World Cancer Day
The World Health Organization estimates that 84 million people will die from cancer between 2005 and 2015. As someone who lost his Father to cancer, this is a very sobering number.
Every year on February the 4th, the World Health Organization supports the Union Against Cancer to promote the prevention and cure for cancer.
This year the theme is Cancer can be prevented too. So many different illnesses are treated by prevention and immunizations. Cancer doesn't have a vaccine (someday we hope). But, there are things that you can do with your lifestyle to help greatly … (0 comments)

today in history: Gluten - 12/14/09 02:55 AM
Gluten-Free Baking Week
Since I have been talking so much about baking and cooking this month, I thought it would only be fair if I took note of Gluten Free Baking Week. This is a week dedicated to sharing recipes that are gluten free.
These types of recipes are a welcome thing for people that have celiac disease or some other form of gluten intolerance. This is something that most of us take for granted every day. Eating whatever it is that we please. So many folks have to deal with different allergies and food intolerance and watch everything that they … (2 comments)

today in history: Support UNICEF - 12/11/09 04:21 AM
UNICEF

The United Nation's Children's Fund
Today marks the 63rd birthday for UNICEF. Now located in over 190 countries around the world, UNICEF helps millions of children.
They help with protecting children from disease  Help to educate those children who might not have access to schools. Help with food drives to prevent hunger Help provide shelter and medication Help create security for those in need The list goes on and on This has been rated as one of the best programs ever created by the UN. So today, let's thank and congratulate UNICEF on a job well done.
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today in history: International Mountain Day - 12/11/09 04:10 AM
It was the UN General Assembly who designated 11 December, from 2003 onwards, as 'International Mountain Day'. This decision results from the success of the UN International Year of Mountains in 2002, which increased global awareness of the importance of mountains, stimulated the establishment of national committees in 78 countries and strengthened alliances through promoting the creation of the International Partnership for Sustainable Development in Mountain Regions, known as the 'Mountain Partnership (WSSD, Johannesburg, 2 September 2002). FAO was the designated lead coordinating agency for International Year of Mountains and is mandated to lead observance of International Mountain Day.
For more … (0 comments)

today in history: Nobel Prize Day - 12/10/09 04:32 AM
Nobel Prize Day
Today is Nobel Prize Day. This is the day that all of the Nobel prizes are awarded a ceremony celebrating those accomplishments that have earned the honor.
The history of the Nobel prize:
Alfred Nobel, the inventor of dynamite, is the founder of this prize. When he died in 1896, he had made a will in which he bequeathed his money to a prize which was promoting development of peace and the progress of the living conditions of mankind. He directed that the scientific prizes were to be delivered in Stockholm and the prize of peace in Oslo, the … (1 comments)

today in history: Human Rights Day - 12/10/09 04:17 AM
Human Rights Day
Today is Human Rights Day. Today marks the 60th anniversary of this date. It was established to show that everyone, no matter where you com from; what you look like or what you believe has the same rights to a healthy and prosperous life.
This year the focus is set on non-discrimination. Our country has come a long way in accepting different kinds of folks. There will be large discussion panels and groups around the world. For a list of these - click here.
Take an opportunity today to look around and realize that those around us should … (0 comments)

 
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