Monthly Archives: February 2011

This week, February 22-28, is Utah Saves Week.  It is designed to help Utahns save more and reduce debt.  Please go to www.utahsaves.org for more information and a list of workshops, classes and events to educate and inspire.  All the...
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A very early good morning to all, Many people think that disabilities are typically caused by freak accidents.  Did you know that back injuries and arthritis are among the leading causes of disability? Gentle stretching before exercise, weight reduction and...
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Good morning to all. Why is it essential to have a financial plan?  Because there are always more reasons to spend than to save.  Planning is an ongoing process, not a life event.  As your life unfolds and changes, your plan...
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An enterprising person is one who comes across a pile of scrap metal and sees the making of a wonderful sculpture. An enterprising person is one who drives through an old decrepit part of town and sees a new housing...
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A warrior is a person who looks at everything as a challenge. An ordinary man ? or woman ? looks at everything as either a blessing or a curse. (Or maybe they see themselves as victims.) More . . ....
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Over the years I’ve been teaching kids about a simple but powerful concept – the ant philosophy.  I think everybody should study ants.  They have an amazing four-part philosophy, and here is the first part: ants never quit.  That’s a...
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What if we are not Joyful today because we were not Thankful yesterday? And what if we are Blessed tomorrow because we are Grateful today? http://finsecurity.com/finsecurity/quotes/mm0015.html...
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About one-third of individuals turning 65 in 2010 will need at least three months of nursing home care, 24% more than a year, and 9% more than five years. (Source: What Is the Distribution of Lifetime Health Care Costs from...
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Les Brown and his twin brother were adopted by Mamie Brown, a kitchen worker and maid, shortly after their birth in a poverty-stricken Miami neighborhood.  Because of his hyperactivity and nonstop jabber, Les was placed in special education classes for...
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