Some people find serenity one day per week by reviewing the news they have missed during the course of the week. If you are one of those people, this is the place for you! Here are the things we covered on Janeane’s World this week.
Want Big Things – Start Now – 52 Weeks Savings Challenge – You can find serenity in realizing that big dreams can come from small starts like the 52 Week Saving Plan. The beginning of the new year is always a time for big plans, big dreams and big talk. Unfortunately, after a few weeks those big dreams are often forgotten and looked back at with regret and disappointment. One big reason for this disappointment is that people do not really understand that big things can start with small steps. [Read More . . . ]
Naysayers -Tell Them To Shut Up – It is terrific to realize that you can control the naysayers in your life by telling them to shut up!In all my roles including: wife, mother, advisor ad writer I am always a cheerleader. Anyone who has a dream can always count on me to push them toward their dreams and to believe they can reach the stars. It costs me nothing to believe in the power of another person’s dreams. [Read More . . . ]
My Favorite Blog Posts of the Year – A Round Up – It is the end of one year and the beginning of another, so of course, it is round-up time. I am taking this time to share with you my favorite articles from Janeane’s World this year. Plus my favorite blog article of all time. Check them out, I hope you enjoy this stroll back down memory lane. [Read More . . . ]
Use Your Technology in A New Way at Home – It is fantastic to find ways to use your technology to make life easier at home by using some tricks from work. Most people who have smart phones for work are used to using the phones to text and have video conferences. The phones are seen as part of their lives and as a way to communicate better with everyone in the workplace. Those same communication, time-saving, and efficiency tools make life easier at home. [Read More . . . ]
Aesop’s Fables – Not Just for School – It is sensational to take things your kids learn at school like Aesop’s fables and turn them into teachable moments at home. When I was a child in school, we read Aesop’s fables. For those of you not familiar with them, Aesop was an ancient Greek story-teller who is famous for his short stories or fables. Each of his fables involved animals or objects that speak and teach lessons to readers. One of the most famous of Aesop’s fables is “The Boy Who Cried Wolf.” That famous story tells what happens when one says something bad is happening when in fact it is not. [Read More . . .]
Some people find serenity one day per week by reviewing the news they have missed during the course of the week. Thank you for stopping by to visit with us. I hope your visit was a good one and that you will be back soon. Before you go, the question for you is, what was the best part of your week?