Silent gratitude isn’t much use to anyone. G.B. Stern Practice Gratitude There’s an old saying that as long as you have your health you should be grateful. But life has so much to be grateful for that I feel compelled to share with you this first of “Three Things To Do For A Better Life”. This is the act
Today’s video presents a review of The Savage Number by Terry Savage. I got this book from the library in hopes to evaluate my plan to retire at age 55 and it did not disappoint me. Ms. Savage presents a number of methods and questions for evaluating the realistic goal of retiring and doing so without having to resort to eating cat
Last week I wrote about Social Security and how it was wise to not bet on it as a reliable source of income for the future. My writing mostly focused on the lack of control one has with that system and the dependence it creates. Pay now get later schemes have never been my cup of tea especially when the
Social insecurity begins with a tax scheme designed to talk earners out of their wages with a vague promise of rewards far in the future. Sounds like a suckers game to me and I have playing it for a long time. Social security is a “Money or your life!” tax that is designed to have the working pay for
ToDoListHome.com began as way to track the things I do for a better life. I’m your host Tony Teolis and I’m keeping track of things to do for a better life. Coming to you from northern Virginia in the USA. This is Permaculture In Action to help you and me learn and educate others about; HONEY BEES – Colonies, Hives,
This is a lesson for how to save money on trash. The first thing to do before, during and after you move to a new neighborhood is to ring some doorbells and say ”Hi”. Not only will you get a feel for the place but you will begin what could be long term relationships. It could also save you money.
Sign up on the right for your free e-book “ThreeThings To Do For A Better Life”.Take control one day at a time through gratitude, health and food. The premise of this book is that having a successful and happy life is partially dependent on three things: being grateful for what you have, maintaining good health and producing your own food.
Is your cable bill worth it? Ours was not and it was easy to find out why. The less I save and the more I spend on fleeting sources of shitty entertainment the longer I must wait until I can retire. When we moved to our home 3 ½ years we cut the cable service and have not regretted trading in