Here are some of the characteristics of sheep according to Wiki Answers compared to those of most people. (S) = Sheep (H) = Human…
Added by Bob Wagner on July 31, 2010 at 11:00am —
As a pet owner, life long pet lover, an animal advocate, and a
former manager of the SPCA of Wake County I know what it feels like to lose a pet. I also know what it feels like to find a lost animal and not be able to locate the owner. Conversely, I have also experienced the "high" that you feel when you see a pet and its owner reconnect. It is an amazing feeling--a high that you never want to come down from.
emotions I speak of combined with the financial impact on the pet… Read More
Added by Dennis Money on July 30, 2010 at 12:54pm —
When I am presenting our services I often hear this comment. But when you really think about it, your existing insurance may not be adequate. Most people purchase life insurance for the benefit of a surviving family member. Even if your intention is to cover final expenses, it may not be adequate. Lets consider what final expenses you may have. There may be hospital and other medical bills due from an illness prior to your death. You may also have other debts owed from credit card accounts… Read More
Added by David Heckel-Funeral Director on July 30, 2010 at 11:23am —
When my mother mentioned buying a treadmill once, my father looked at her with a slightly surprised frown on his face. “That contraption won’t take you anywhere,” he said, “you walk and walk, and you never move from the point you started.” It was a joke, of course, but when I thought about those words later on in life, I realized they can be applied to more than exercise.
A treadmill is surely a great invention – one can walk in the comfort of one’s own home, sheltered from petty… Read More
Added by Sandra Carrington-Smith on July 30, 2010 at 8:25am —
If you ever get a chance to learn from Martin...
Please do not miss THE moment! He is a professional teacher and expert in social media.
I am a 30+ year business owner with Sisters' Catering Company in Raleigh and
co founder of the fundraising company SchoolHeart and… Read More
Added by Sandra Burnett on July 29, 2010 at 1:00pm —
“Opportunity may knock only once, but temptation leans on the doorbell.” ~ Author Unknown
Yesterday I had the best time talking to my daughter and two of her little friends, as they were telling me what they want to be when they grow up. Although Princess was definitely on top of the chart, the next two hot personas on the “want to be” list were mommy and model. That fun talk made me think about all the projects that we envision and give up because of obstacles and hardship. Are… Read More
Added by Sandra Carrington-Smith on July 29, 2010 at 9:36am —
Take a peek at your desk. Are there unpaid bills or unfiled papers? Check out your To Do list. Do you have unanswered phone calls or projects that have sat for months without action? Look around the house. Are there repairs yet to be made or messes yet to be addressed?
Work, home, fitness or otherwise, can you think of a time when your own procrastination brought on guilt, anxiety, and poor performance? Why do we… Read More
Added by Tracey Gritz on July 28, 2010 at 9:00pm —
If you ever receive a tax audit notice….
Do NOT ignore the taxing authorities.…
Added by Lauren Massie, Tax Specialist on July 28, 2010 at 9:00pm —
My whole adult life has been spent looking for the differences between people who I viewed at as "things seem to always work in their lives" and those that that is not the case. The person that I read most in my search for some answers was Jim Rohn who with his amazing gift of being able to speak with words that create pictures and ideas that resonant with many. He has impacted most successful people in all area of business both… Read More
Added by Lois B LeSavoy on July 28, 2010 at 4:30pm —
Though cats are pretty clean, there are some times they do actually need a bath.... so tread carefully and follow these tips at
Here I am hanging out in the sink; however, DON’T think that means I am asking for a bath – absolutely NOT!
So what do you think, do I need a human…
Added by Lois Kelly, 4 Paws Pet Sitting on July 28, 2010 at 12:32pm —
By Lisa Murrell and Schelli Whitehouse
As our world and our human consciousness evolves more and more, people are seeking ways to build soulful and heart-based businesses. Their business building steps often… Read More
Added by Schelli Whitehouse on July 28, 2010 at 10:28am —
There are moments that remain so clear in one’s mind that it would be suitable to say they were forever captured in a mental photograph. For me, one of these moments took place a little over a year ago, when on a chilly April afternoon – a snapping breeze was blowing in, unforgivably and unseasonably, from the Mississippi river only a couple of blocks down – I stood at the corner of Dumaine and Royal in new Orleans, and vowed to be back the next year or even sooner.
Earlier that day… Read More
Added by Sandra Carrington-Smith on July 28, 2010 at 9:01am —
Photo by Harvard STS Photos
In the last post, I talked about the trials Ron and Cathy Tijerina experienced while he was in prison. He served fifteen years for a crime he did not commit. In this day and age of DNA and other advanced scientific evidence, one might ask how this possibly could have happened. Ron knew, and accepted, that it happened because of his… Read More
Added by Lesli Doares,Relationship Expert on July 27, 2010 at 4:02pm —
Whether you are in business,or a professional of any type, odds are you would like to have more money, more success, more fulfillment, etc. We are all typically looking to ‘fill our bucket’ with one or more of these at any given time.
The secret is: fill someone else’s bucket.
This metaphor comes from Tom Roth’s book… Read More
Added by Heather O'Sullivan (HeatherO) on July 27, 2010 at 10:41am —
"You are the person who has to decide. Whether you'll do it or toss it aside, you are the person who makes up your mind. Whether you'll lead or will linger behind; whether you'll try for the goal that's afar, or just be contented to stay where you are." ~ Edgar A. Guest
If we were to sit down and think about how many decisions we make on top of a day, we would be astounded. Everything requires a decision - from the type of clothes we wear to greater choices which have the power… Read More
Added by Sandra Carrington-Smith on July 27, 2010 at 8:10am —
I spent last week camping at Lake Jordan and I did a lot of thinking about business and life. You can do that sitting around a campfire or floating in the lake with beverage in hand!
First: After last week I have come to believe their may just be something to this Global Warming theory. On Sunday as I was pulling my camper back to Cary… Read More
Added by Tim Moore on July 27, 2010 at 7:08am —
Most small charities and nonprofit organizations now have until October 15th to satisfy their federal filing requirements with the IRS.
What! There Is An Annual Filing Requirement?
Gone are the days of exemptions from filing returns for nonprofit organizations (unless of course you are a church or church-related organization). Starting in 2007 all nonprofits, with the exception of churches and other church-related organizations,… Read More
Added by Lauren Massie, Tax Specialist on July 26, 2010 at 9:20pm —
As the summer continues to heat up, we may be motivated to wear lighter, more revealing clothing, just to stay cool. Shorts, sleeveless tops, and swim suits as we hit the water to cool off. Being the human beings that we are, we want to look good and feel good about ourselves as more bare skin is revealed. Is there a solution to removing the “cottage cheese” look to our skin and cellulite?
So what is…
Added by Karen Bernard on July 26, 2010 at 1:30pm —
It is not uncommon for strange things to happen when my friend Donna and I get together for meditations. Saturday night was no different, but what we learned from an odd occurrence only confirmed something we had already come to terms with.
After an unusually rough week for my friend, we decided to get together for coffee. She arrived at my house around nine at night, after my children had gone to bed, and we sat at my kitchen table discussing all that had happened. To her credit,… Read More
Added by Sandra Carrington-Smith on July 26, 2010 at 9:37am —
I would like to introduce you to someone you will surely enjoy knowing: Please meet Dan Bain, a personal friend, witty comedian, and now published author. Dan has published his first book, "A Nay for Effort", a collection of humoristic essays about life and its lessons.
Not only am I impressed with all Dan has been able to… Read More
Added by Sandra Carrington-Smith on July 25, 2010 at 10:00am —