I’ve written about how hard it is to donate our things here in Italy. We’ve been downsizing for years, but for a while, much of the clutter had turned into a pile of donations in our garage. Here’s how it started.
Is there anything in your life you want to improve? Your finances? Your health? Your business? Your marriage? Your relationship with God? The good news is, you can improve all of it. I present to you: The Commitment Ladder.
When someone finds out we adopted, we’re bombarded with questions. We love that, because we’re able to squash myths and untruths about adopting. I’ve gotta say, the number one myth about adopting is that it’s expensive.
I’m so excited to announce: my first book is now available. I wrote this book as a manual for kids who are about to move out, or just left home. It’s for everyone, but especially those who are just starting life.
I’ve sat down with many married couples to discuss their finances. When finances are combined, it’s a simple process. We can figure out the best way forward, according to their financial goals within the realm of their marriage. When the finances are separate, it complicates the process. I’m not saying it’s wrong, but it’s more difficult.
“Wherever you are, make sure you’re there,” said Dan Sullivan. Zig Ziglar says, “most people are thinking about their family while they’re at work, and thinking about work while they’re with their family.” Does that hit home with you? It does with me.