Today: January 22 2019
38-year-old Liz Jendro works as a program manager in a large IT company and earns more than 100 thousand dollars a year. She is the only breadwinner in the family - her husband brings up their three sons. Liz leads the Chief Mom Officer blog. She shared her story and advice with the Business Insider on how to conduct financial affairs. "At 16 I read the book" The Rich Barber "by David Chilton and she turned my world around, telling stories of a few friends who received valuable advice from a rich barber and his clients. From there, I learned about real estate, mortgages, taxes, pensions, investments , accumulation for study and many other things.This book prompted me to open a pension account, and at 20 I already bought my own apartment, started saving for my children's education and invested all free money.
Autumn is the time of creativity, the unfolding of one's potential, self-contemplation and the search for oneself. In the summer all the time not before. But autumn always tends to philosophical harmony, inspires, raises above everyday vanity. When else to begin to create, how not in the autumn? And it does not matter what it will be: cross stitch, crochet or knitting, decoupage or pictures, cooking or weaving with beads. The main thing is that it brings you pleasure and gives joy. It's great if you are a prototype of an ideal lady, all so successful and busy saving the world. It's great if the glory of your wisdom and vast field of knowledge goes ahead of you, if your friends listen to you with your mouth half open, if you do not know what awkward pauses are in a conversation with a young man.
We must admit that people think very seldom. The vast majority of what the average person does throughout his life, he does automatically, perceiving the surrounding edge of consciousness, and the thinking activity at best relates to work. Meanwhile, any thinking is a creative process. Why should people think? Dmitry Chernyshev in the book "How people think" (publishing house "Mann, Ivanov and Ferber") gives an answer to this question. According to the author, all people on the planet think alike. Can you imagine what you think exactly as, say, Leo Tolstoy? "Of course not," you will answer. "He's a genius." The author claims that everything depends not on different ways of thinking.
Continuing the theme of lifhak, we present to your attention another portion of interesting and cognitive ways that will help you make life easier. 1. If you have to explain to a person how to reach you, add a photo of your house to the explanations. So the guest will be much easier to navigate. 2. To ketchup pour from the bottle faster, stick a straw into it, and then pull it out. 3. Remove small scratches from glassware by wiping them with a cloth with toothpaste. 4. Remove the adherent to the hair chewing gum, greasing it with petroleum jelly or peanut butter.
If you have a corrupted table, stretched out sweater, accumulated several piles of magazines - it's not a reason to send all these things to the dump! There are few simple ways to bring life back to your old things.
In this fashion season one of the hottest trends are flowers. In most collections you can see the dresses and accessories in a flower decorated with flowers. Fabric flowers is a great spring decoration that emphasizes femininity and beauty.