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Q is for Quirky Observations that can help you get beyond/through your Divorce

For those of you who have contemplated divorce, are in the midst of sorting through one or have already gone through this life altering ordeal then you know what it’s like to have feelings of resentment, bitterness or betrayal invade your being. Harboring such feelings during and beyond divorce is simply unnecessary, especially when you take […]

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W is for Why Your Decision Style may impact Your Happiness?

The pursuit of happiness is humanity’s ultimate goal. Most people put happiness over all other life goals, and are consistently working towards being happy. But, after decades of research it still remains mysterious and complex. Have you ever considered that your decision-making style may impact your emotional state? We are continually making decisions in our […]

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C is for Choose to Challenge your Comfort Zone

“Dare to learn, to be different, to set your goals, to move out of your comfort zone, to be persistent.” ~ Unknown Your comfort zone is a space that provides you with a feeling of safety. It’s where you seek patterns of the familiar and try your best to exclude anything uncomfortable. Staying in your […]

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Holiday Gratitude from AZ

During this holiday season I would like to express my sincere appreciation for all those with whom I have had the privilege to serve throughout the year. It is an honor to pass along helpful financial information and encouragement in today’s challenging financial economy.  It is my goal to continue to provide helpful, open and […]

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X is for EXploring Money Habits in a New Relationship.

  “You don’t develop courage by being happy in your relationships everyday. You develop it by surviving difficult times and challenging adversity.” — Epicurus (341-270 B.C.) You’re in a new relationship and you really want it to last. We love many things about our partners, but values about money can create a great divide. It […]

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R is for Taking Personal Responsibility for your Life.

    “While we may not be able to control all that happens to us, we can control what happens inside us.” –Benjamin Franklin What does it mean to take responsibility for your personal life? You work, pay bills and take care of your family – isn’t that enough responsibility? I’m proposing that you work […]

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Choosing Healthy Habits in the New Year.

  Join us for a Special Women’s Seminar as we explore our Financial, Spiritual and Physical well being in the New Year.   This session will be not only informative but fun!  Experience whole health as you connect the mind,  body and spirit.      When:                  Saturday, January […]

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Happy Thanksgiving

  Dear Readers, I want to extend my deep gratitude for your patronage of my blog and video blog. My success is due to the multitude of support I have received from all of you. Once again, I would like to invite you to begin a daily practice of Gratitude. Studies show Gratitude heightens your […]

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C is for Dealing with Today’s Rise in Cheaters.

Have we become a society of cheaters? Experts say cheating has become more common and more accepted in recent years. Cheating seems to be found in many different fields — education, sports and the workplace – not to mention personal relationships. With all the new technology available including real-time communication tools, we continually hear about […]

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Chicks Chat and Change Fabulous Financial Facts – Common Stock Vs. Preferred Stock

Welcome to Chicks, Chat and Change. I am Ann Zuraw We are continuing on with our Financial Terminology 101 and I promise to keep it simple. You already know that the slice of cake represents one piece of ownership in a company and is called a stock share. To raise capital, companies can issue two […]

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