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Real Money Answers For Every Woman

Author : Patrice C. Washington
ISBN : 9780062420275
Genre : Education
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Now widely available, the popular, award-winning, self-published guide to help women get out of debt, rebuild their credit, and fulfill their financial dreams. Patrice Washington rationalized her excessive spending. “I work hard, I deserve this.” “I bought it on sale.” But at twenty-two, the recent college graduate was $18,000 in debt and sinking fast. It was time to take control. Patrice educated herself about finance, adopted a new attitude toward money, and most importantly, adjusted her spending habits. By twenty-five she was debt free—and used the wisdom she gained to start her own successful real estate and mortgage brokerage—and by twenty-nine started her own financial counseling business. Patrice’s former bad spending habits aren’t unique, and women find themselves in financial hot water for a host of reasons. Women earn less than men and have to stretch those hard-earned dollars further. They contribute more to caregiving and aging parents, live longer, and many—including most African American women—are choosing to stay single. Real Money Answers for Every Woman teaches you how to take responsibility for your financial future, whether you’re just starting out or need a fresh start. In a handy Q & A format, it offers relatable and easy to understand and implement advice on everything from managing credit cards, home ownership, and student loans to affordable childcare and even negotiating for a higher salary. Following Patrice’s practical advice, you’ll learn to form “wealthy” habits, establish an “opportunity fund,” stop collecting STUFF that causes debt, and discover the freedom that comes from feeling financially secure.

Raising And Loving Him

Author : Tonya Molton
ISBN : 9781532072956
Genre : Family & Relationships
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A single mother at the age of nineteen, author Tonya Molton shares how she overcame being just another statistic labeled by society. With the love of God and his grace and mercy, she prevailed. A Christian mother, real estate broker, life coach, writer, and inspirational speaker, Molton chronicles her story in Raising and Loving Him. Based on the wisdom of the Book of Proverbs, she offers wide-ranging advice for raising a healthy, positive, and productive male—from finances, to spirituality, relationships, real estate, credit, retirement, love, and more. Through her personal experiences rearing a young man alone, Molton describes the importance of properly equipping young boys with the right tools to allow them to move through life proudly and enable them to connect to love. Molton understands that motherhood means different things to different people, but she believes it means complete self-wholeness and the sharing of one’s completeness. Raising and Loving Him discusses that how, until you are whole inside, you can’t provide what’s needed outside to make a young man whole.

The Domestication Of Desire

Author : Suzanne April Brenner
ISBN : 9781400843916
Genre : Social Science
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While doing fieldwork in the modernizing Javanese city of Solo during the late 1980s, Suzanne Brenner came upon a neighborhood that seemed like a museum of a bygone era: Laweyan, a once-thriving production center of batik textiles, had embraced modernity under Dutch colonial rule, only to fend off the modernizing forces of the Indonesian state during the late twentieth century. Focusing on this community, Brenner examines what she calls the making of the "unmodern." She portrays a merchant enclave clinging to its distinctive forms of social life and highlights the unique power of women in the marketplace and the home--two domains closely linked to each other through local economies of production and exchange. Against the social, political, and economic developments of late-colonial and postcolonial Java, Brenner describes how an innovative, commercially successful lifestyle became an anachronism in Indonesian society, thereby challenging the idea that tradition invariably gives way to modernity in an evolutionary progression. Brenner's analysis centers on the importance of gender to processes of social transformation. In Laweyan, the base of economic and social power has shifted from families, in which women were the main producers of wealth and cultural value, to the Indonesian state, which has worked to reorient families toward national political agendas. How such attempts affect women's lives and the meaning of the family itself are key considerations as Brenner questions long-held assumptions about the division between "domestic" and "public" spheres in modern society.

Winning The Money Game

Author : Tama McAleese
ISBN : 1889692166
Genre : Finance, Personal
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A nationally known consumer advocate and highly credentialed financial planner. Tama educates in no-nonsense but entertaining manner, and in the same language you learned in high school. She guides confused and concerned readers past the myths, quick-fixes and schemes to sound advice about insurance, saving, investing, real estate and much more. Tama has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Cosmopolitan, Your Money and Working Woman. Tama has been seen on CNN, CNBC and PBS. Her prior books have been best-sellers. Over 250,000 copies of Tama's books are now in print!

The Commandments The Official Guide Book To Man Rules Volume I

Author : Joseph Greene
ISBN : 9781458383020
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Mastering The Job Interview And Winning The Money Game

Author : Kate Wendleton
ISBN : 1418015008
Genre : Business & Economics
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Mastering the Job Interview is for every job hunter who wants to ace the interview. It will help the job seeker to turn the job interview into a job offer. It shows the reader how to maximize a salary offer through smart negotiation. It will show the reader how to highlight their strengths and gain more power in the job interview and is complete with tips to start out on the right foot in a new position.

Ebony

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EBONY is the flagship magazine of Johnson Publishing. Founded in 1945 by John H. Johnson, it still maintains the highest global circulation of any African American-focused magazine.

The Man Who Risked His Partner

Author : Stephen Donaldson
ISBN : 9781409134183
Genre : Fiction
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The second novel in this terrific crime series from the No. 1 bestselling author. Mick 'Brew' Axbrewder lost his licence as a private investigator after he accidentally shot his brother, and so now works in partnership with a tough P.I., Ginny Fistoulari. His on-off relationship with Ginny used to involve her trying to keep him sober enough to help her solve cases, but since she lost her hand in an explosion, which Brew blames himself for, Ginny has changed and Brew doesn't know how to help her. Fortunately for both of them, a call from Reg Haskell gives them something new to focus on. Haskell is chief accountant at a bank which disguises itself as an ice-cream parlour. A cheat and a womaniser, he's got himself involved in some very nasty business, with some very nasty people. And he needs Brew and Ginny to protect him. But once they start wading through the countless lies and bodies, they begin to realise how messy things can get...

The Listener

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The Pony Fish S Glow

Author : George C. Williams
ISBN : 9780465066919
Genre : Science
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We may regard ourselves as the most advanced species on the planet, but have we really reached our optimum design? Isn't there always room for improvements? Before you answer, let noted evolutionary biologist George C. Williams remind you of both the exquisite adaptations and absurd maladaptations nature has bestowed upon us, the self-proclaimed ”pinnacle of evolution.”Picking up where Darwin left off, Williams combines philosophical perspective and scientific method to provide a foundation for the answers to some fascinating questions. He explains why our bodies have to deteriorate so disastrously with old age. He gives us logical reasons to explain why we crave foods like sugar and fat that have been proven time and again to be detrimental to our health. And Williams single-handedly deflates our Homo sapiens sapiens ego with such insights as: Our eyesight—it may seem superior, but not when compared to that of the invertebrate squid, whose eye has developed over time to prove more efficient than ours. And wouldn't it make more sense to have a third eye, located on the back of the head? We could have stereoscopic vision in front and rear-vision warning us of danger sneaking up behind. Rear-view mirrors would become a thing of the past. And why stop at three eyes?This fascinating new book is markedly different from all previous work on evolutionary biology. Using the pony fish and its luminescent abdomen as the perfect evolutionary mystery, Williams explores the intricacies of nature's designs. Rather than telling us how or why the pony fish got its light, Williams explains the functional reasons why the pony fish keeps its light. He also explains why our species keeps arbitrary or malfunctioned features like the reproductive and excretory systems' sharing of parts.George C. Williams, one of today's most qualified evolutionary biologists, has written an important, entertaining, and thought-provoking addition to a science that has captivated the world for almost 150 years.

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