5 Tips to Better Clothes ShoppingWritten by Barbara Myers
Shopping can be a pleasure or a chore. However you look at it, use these five tips to save money and look your best.
1. Dress well. In order to spend less and buy wisely, dress up in comfortable clothes. It's same concept as going to grocery store on a full stomach.
2. Shop with a plan. Know exactly what you need and how much you can spend. Write it down. Create a budget.
3. Keep an ongoing list of needs in your closet. As you dress each morning, note items needed to better complete outfits.
Network Marketing...An Opportunity Where the Women Beat the Men!Written by Dr. Vernon Brabham
NETWORK MARKETING – AN OPPORTUNITY WHERE WOMEN BEAT THE MEN! Copyright 2002 by Dr. Vernon Brabham
Sometimes overlooked by woman who needs more money is a business called “Network Marketing”. This is a home-based business that has, over years, matured into a respectable opportunity. An opportunity not recognized or appreciated by most of us. Let’s say that you are a woman who, for whatever reason, needs to make some money to keep your household afloat. There are many things that could cause such a need. A child needs braces, a divorce happens or you just need more money to stay even with all of those bills. What would you most likely think of first? Usually a job. If you are trained in some field and have had previous job experience in that field this is what you would consider first. Such experience would perhaps better position you to obtain a job and you would try to get a job in that field. But what if you have no previous job experience or if it has been so long ago that it doesn’t count for much now. If this is you, then to get a job you just about have to take what you can get. Or maybe you already have a job and are thinking about getting a second one to earn extra money. Regardless of these factors if you can get a job it means generally low pay, having to transport yourself to that job, having to clothe yourself accordingly, being away from home and possibly your children a good many hours a day. It means work that may be of low interest to you and to be subservient to a “boss”. It means that your gender, your age, your educational level (low or high) and your ethnic background could affect your success in that job. Going to work at a job means your chance to improve your salary as time goes by is slight. It means you have little job security. In today’s world companies letting workers go is something we read about in newspapers every day. Now, let’s look at Network Marketing:
1. You can work at home, thereby saving on transportation and clothes. 2. You are your own boss. 3. You can set your own hours. 4. You are not judged by your gender, age, looks, education or race. 5. Your potential earnings are unlimited. 6. You can start part-time and if you already have a job can keep it until your new business prospers. 7. As you build your business it becomes more valuable and self-sustaining as time goes by. 8. You can count on a great deal of help, advice and training from your network marketing group. People who have an interest in your succeeding and making money since they share in your success. They are called your “Upline”. You, in turn, will help others as you learn business and will share in their success. This is called your “Downline”. 9. Since you are in business some of your expenses can be tax deductible.