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Big Ideas for Little Budgets by Brad Wilcox
Ashley Rice - 2002
For girls who are thinkers and believers. For girls who are readers and changers and dreamers. For girls who look for rainbows and friendship. For girls who are not afraid to be different. Join one such girl as she narrates this book, becomes your friend, and takes you on a journey through all the fun, craziness, and challenges of being a girl in the world. She's here with words of experience, support, advice, and a whole lot of laughs. And she's even left some space for you to write down your own thoughts, memories, wishes, and ideas.Along the path through these special pages, you'll find a shout of encouragement and a sharing of dreams for girls who know deep down that they have what it takes to achieve anything they want. You'll discover a celebration of the lives of girls--the smiley days, the dreamy days, the giggly days, the teary days, the victorious days, and even everything in between. Because every day, in a million different ways: girls rule.
Dirt Poor and Lovin' It!: Learning to live on minimum wage painlessly
Kate Singh - 2016
This is for families and individuals that want a quality of life on limited funds. This little book is packed with simple and fun advice to eat well and healthily, live well, have fun, beautify their homes, make their own laundry detergent, and ideas for urban farming. For less than a cup of coffee at McDonalds, you will have a great little money saving novelette.
The Turtle Always Wins
Bo Sánchez - 2012
In there pages, you’ll learn… · Four different kinds of animals that exist in the stock market; · Common mistakes you need to avoid in the stock market; · How to use the Turtle Strategy to make your millions; · Six Lifestyle Principles of the Turtle to grow your wealth; · Bo’s Strategic Averaging Method (SAM)
Letters My Mother Never Read
Jerri Diane Sueck - 2004
She was wrong. Sent to live with people who didn't want her, Jerri was powerless to stop her once-happy childhood from becoming a nightmare of cruelty and neglect. Only a stubborn belief in her own worth and a fierce will to live allowed her to reach adulthood physically and emotionally intact. This is a book that will inspire not only those who have been orphans or foster children, but anyone who has known the pain of being unwanted.
Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul Letters - Letters of Life, Love and Learning
Jack Canfield - 1999
Some letters will make readers laugh and others will make them cry; but all the letters reveal that teens share similar outlooks, experiences and feelings. Teens have been writing letters in response to the teenage "Chicken Soup" books since the birth of the series in 1997. These letters represent reactions to a wide array of issues and events, all of interest to teens, whose consistently enthusiastic response to the series indicates an ongoing interest. Letters from contributors to previous volumes, along with letters from the organizations that support teens, provide a nice complement to this collection."Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul Letters," with its candor and compassion, is sure to be the next great success in this blockbuster series.
George S. Clason's "The Richest Man in Babylon": A 52 Brilliant Ideas Interpretation (Infinite Success Series)
Karen McCreadie - 2008
Clason’s The Richest Man in Babylon is an international best selling and now considered classic book on financial investment and fiscal success. Through a series of delightful short stories, straight from the heart of ancient Babylon, these economic tips and tools for financial success have withstood the test of time and are applicable still today. Here, Clason's text is interpreted for the modern day world and offers you 52 simple - yet powerful - and proven techniques to manage your finances. Karen McCreadie's interpretation of Clason's work illustrates the timeless nature of his insights by bringing them to life through modern case studies. This brilliant interpretation of The Richest Man in Babylon is an entertaining accompaniment to one of the most famous books on personal finance ever written.
The Blessing of the Lord: Makes Rich and He Adds No Sorrow with It
Kenneth Copeland - 2011
Contrary to popular belief, He doesn’t want you sick, broke and lonely. He wants to make you rich in every area of life—your health, finances, relationships and more. In this hard-cover book, you will learn:• God’s original intent for His people to live in THE BLESSING• God’s plan to restore THE BLESSING after man sinned• How God has empowered you to succeed• How Jesus connects us to THE BLESSING• Why THE BLESSING is not just a spiritual reality, but a material reality, too• How to be living proof of THE BLESSING to others• How love governs the operation of THE BLESSING.No matter where you are in the progress of your life as a Christian, learn more about God and His relationship with you as you dig deeper into the vital message of THE BLESSING. Allow this revelation that changed Kenneth Copeland’s life forever to convert your thinking, fuel your faith and accomplish God’s will for your life, too.Set yourself on the path to guaranteed success today. Your BLESSED life of peace and joy awaits you!
Don't Sweat the Small Stuff
55 - Hyperion - 1997
In thoughtful and insightful language, author Richard Carlson reveals ways to calm down in the midst of your incredibly hurried, stress-filled life.You can learn to put things into perspective by making the small daily changes Dr. Carlson suggests, including advice such as "Choose your battles wisely"; "Remind yourself that when you die, your 'in' box won't be empty"; and "Make peace with imperfection." With Don't Sweat the Small Stuff... you'll also learn how to:* Live in the present moment* Let others have the glory at times* Lower your tolerance to stress* Trust your intuitions* Live each day as it might be your lastWith gentle, supportive suggestions, Dr. Carlson reveals ways to make your actions more peaceful and caring, with the added benefit of making your life more calm and stress-free.
The Best of Youngblood
Jorge Aruta - 2000
Amid all the expectations and anticipation, they live their lives and now, through the groundbreaking Philippine Daily Inquirer column, speak in resounding tones. Listen to their joys, pains and most of all, their dreams.
Kid Moves On
Kevin Lewis - 2005
But it wasn't to be quite that straightforward... unstable mother, and Dennis, his alcoholic father, rose up and engulfed him, and he was forced to face his demons once more. repeat itself within the Lewes family. For in Moving On, Kevin describes his anger and disbelief at learning that five of his nieces and nephews have been taken into care. Then comes the horrifying news that Gloria has applied to have them live with her.
Tales of the Not Forgotten
Beth Guckenberger - 2012
Travel through their challenges and see the hand of the great Storyweaver writing endings you’d never imagine!Joel dares to ask for what he can’t have. Seraphina sacrifices what she can’t afford to give. Ibrahim looks for an answer buried out of reach. Christiana, saved by a mission, searches for her own.These are the tales of the ones the world doesn’t see . . . the tales of the not forgotten.In this collection of four real-life stories written for preteens, a compelling storyteller paints a picture of God’s dynamic movement in four foreign cultures, inspiring children to trust that God is weaving a story in their lives as well.This resource will shrink the macro picture down to approachable, individual stories of real children and teach about fundamental survival issues. The stories address some of the challenging questions that kids have and weave God's promises to orphans into each one.The Tales of the Not Forgotten Leader’s Guide is a 6-session kids' missions resource (sold separately) that walks adults through an easy-to-follow guide for making the abstract real and for designing an action plan to help others.Preteens will be challenged to answer the questions:How do I pray? What can I give? Where can I go? Who will I serve?
From 0 To 130 Properties In 3. 5 Years
Steve McKnight - 2003
All that's required is that you implement a system that's been proven to work, and commit to continually talking action."A shocking truth about real estate is that 92 per cent of investors only own one or two properties. Put bluntly - the majority of real estate investors are using a strategy designed to lose money, forcing them to work harder just to make ends meet.From 0 to 130 Properties in 3.5 years outlines how Steve McKnight, together with his business partner David Bradely, created a real estate investing philosophy, which they implemented to achieve their goal of financial freedom in just three-and-a-half years. Discover: ...How to use the power of positive cashflow property so you never have to work again ...The nasty truth behind the hype of negative gearing ...The way to avoid paying 10% deposits using a clever "office policy" Steve's strategy to get you started, even if you have little or no money ...And much,much more...
Give Me A Hug : 8 Life Lessons From Nick Your Kids Cannot Miss
Nick Vujicic - 2013
Love others as yourself, and give someone in need a big warm hug!"Give Me a Hug" is an illustrated storybook based on the true story of a limbless Australian motivational speaker, Nick Vujicic. "Whether your life is happy or not is your own choice.Many people think I can't live a normal life because I don't have arms or legs.I could choose to believe that and give up trying.I could stay at home and wait for others to take care of me.Instead, I choose to believe that I can do anything, and I always try to do things my own way.I choose to be happy.I am happy because I am always thankful."
The Divine Dance: If the World Is Your Stage, Who Are You Performing For?
Shannon Kubiak Primicerio - 2006
In The Divine Dance, Shannon Kubiak Primicerio acknowledges this desire and likens teen girls to dancers, constantly performing to please the "audiences" in their lives. But in family, peers, teachers, and others, young women forget that they were created to perform for God alone. Promicerio provides readers with guidance and encouragement to stop dancing for the world and to start dancing for an audience of One.