In How to Build your Wardrobe Part I we discussed why a man’s clothing is important, broke men up into four groups, and then listed the clothing they would need. In How to Build your Wardrobe Part II we will give you 5 general wardrobe building guidelines and expand on the clothing checklists by discussing in detail many of the items we listed in Part I. Did we miss something?
One common tactic I see on personal finance blogs is what I like to call “rate chasing.”
This tactic usually involves carefully watching the yield rates on savings accounts over at Bankrate.com (or a similar service), always signing up for one of the top accounts, and transferring their savings to that highest-yield bank.
For me, at least, I don’t find this tactic of much use at
When you’re trying to launch and grow a small business, referrals are pretty damn close to manna from heaven…
So, when I heard John Jantsch of Duct Tape Marketing fame was coming out with a new book called The Referral Engine that lays out a step-by-step referral-generating process, I had to learn more. I read it. It rocked.
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Do you ever feel that you’re so caught up in the day to day and hour to hour routines of life that you never get a chance to step back and see the bigger picture?
Do you get lots done, but without a real sense of accomplishment?
Have you ever reached the end of a busy week and wondered what the point was?
I expect we all feel like that from time to time – but for some people, it’s t
Materials: 4x4 Expedit, saw, power drill, glue, screws
Description: After months of hemming and hawing we decide on a look for our addition. We had a used Expedit 4x4 that was serving as book storage. Since we were looking to create under window ledges and book space we decide to modify the 4x4 into a 2x4 and 1x4 book case.
1. For the 1x4: Keep two long middle shelves and 5 short shelves.
Happiness interview: Larry Smith.
When I was at the SXSW Interactive conference a few months ago, I met Larry Smith. He's the editor of SMITH Magazine -- "Everyone has a story. What's yours?" It's the home of the crazy brilliant Six-Word Memoir project -- and a place for passionate, personal storytelling of all kinds.
My wife and I recently had a long discussion about how many books we should pack for a trip. I usually tend to read more when traveling, so I usually pack one book for every two days’ worth of a trip.
So, let’s say we go on a ten day trip. That would mean five books. Does it make sense to tote that many books back and forth?
Our idea is this.
Ever felt unmotivated and simply not in the mood to do anything?Yeah, me too. Even though I'm always motivated and all ready to take action on my goals, I have times when I feel disconnected with my inner muse. No matter whether you are Seth Godin or Robert Kiyosaki, all of us have our own down times where we don't feel like doing anything. It happens.
If you’ve spent any time in the creative field, you’ve probably received quite a few calls for entries. Maybe you’ve even entered a few industry awards competitions. Or maybe you’re still thinking about it.
You might be wondering if taking the considerable amount of time to prepare an entry, in addition to paying what can sometimes be a hefty entry fee, is it feasible.