Archives for October 2011

Wine Travel: Arizona Wine Country Part 1

For Halloween, I thought I would blog about something that sounds a little shocking, maybe even frightening at first – Arizona wineries. At first, I didn’t believe it either. But then I remembered what one of my college friends, the “Cabernet King of California,” told me: He said that all 50 states have wineries.[…]

Top 6 Benefits of Having A Dream Success Accountability Partner

When you bring another person into your dream achievement goal, you have a better chance at realizing your dream. Sharing your dream progress with others holds you accountable to the promises you make to yourself. Without accountability, you will procrastinate, change direction over and over, or simply decide your dream is just not worth the […]

How To Play Your Way To Live the Life of Your Dreams by Making Doughnuts

In every job that must be done, there is an element of fun. You find the fun, and “snap” the job’s a game. And every task you undertake becomes a piece of cake, a lark, a spree it’s very clear to see. I love Mary Poppins. Her style, her way with children and the message […]

The Toxic Mom Diet: The Roots of my Poor Eating Habits

One of the most challenging tasks for my nutritionist was figuring out what I actually liked to eat. What I would eat. The look on her face said it all. “What kind of fish do you like?” she asked sweetly. “I won’t really eat fish,” I answered truthfully. “But I love shrimp and crab!” “How […]

Middle Class Savings: An Oxymoron?

Now that I have decided to start disciplining myself to save money, I’m confronted with a problem. See if you can help me with it. Is the phrase “middle class savings” an oxymoron? Or how about this: can you even have a middle class without savings? If we in the middle class can’t afford savings […]

Top 10 Tips To Include Baby Boomers In Your Dream Product Launch

As your resident product launch dreamer I want you to expand your horizons and consider a new perspective on your product launch this week. Baby Boomers Kate Forgach is a Baby Boomer consumer specialist for Kinoli Inc. She has written about senior issues for 11 years as a Cooperative Extension specialist and for a wide […]

Positive Thursday: Embracing a Different and Exciting Life

Hi friends! Hope all is well in your lovely worlds. Last week, I vowed to make conscious decision to not let others impressions of me affect the way I live life. Is it just me, or is it easy to get bogged down by what other people think? We get so pressured to live within […]