My Story on How to Successfully Take Courses While Working Full Time

One of the things many of you may or may not know about me is that my entire university education has been acquired while working full time. Here is a little history: Ever since I was a little kid I have had a keen interest in  medicine. When I was allotted TV time, I didn’t use it to … … Continue reading

Interview with Tour des Trees and The TREE Fund

I am always happy to hear about organizations, not-for profit groups, and individuals working towards the greater good. Seeing people work together to make our world a better place in some way is truly inspirational. I am pleased to have Mary DiCarlo, Fund Development Specialist for the TREE Fund with us today for an interview. Me: What is … … Continue reading

Be Prepared for Emergencies by Planning in Advance

Is seems like emergencies and natural disasters have been striking with a vengeance the last year or two. Just look at some of what has happened in March 2012 alone: M 5.4 strong earthquake Offshore Chiapas, Mexico (@ 85 km depth) with epicenter located just 17 km SW Acapetahua. The populated area Tapachula is located 74 km far from epicenter … … Continue reading

What Is National Financial Literacy Month?

On March 28, 2012 the Senate passed Resolution 409 that officially recognized April as National Financial Literacy Month. Why do we need yet another officially designated day, week, month – we have so many! There’s Mothers Day, Fathers Day, Grandparents Day, Nurses Day, Bosses Day, Administrative Assistant’s Day, Breast Cancer Awareness Day, Black History Month and … … Continue reading