My Guest today is Bob Lowry From Satisfying Retirement Bob started his blog Satisfying Retirementin June 2010. He gives us tons of helpful advice, and whether you're a retirement "veteran," have newly joined the ranks of the "no longer working," or are still a few years away but have questions, you're in for a treat today. 4 Important Keys to Continue Reading
Archives for March 2011
10 Social Media Steps You Should Take Today
US Women from Velo Steve I spend my time reading articles on how to improve my social media skills, but often, feel extremely overwhelmed. It's almost as if technology is whizzing past me and I'm on a bicycle, racing faster and faster, trying to keep up. Perhaps I need a new bicycle. Like most people, I love to learn, but cannot help myself Continue Reading
Successful bloggers tell stories like Darren Rowse
Darren Rowse in Tanzania March 2011 A few weeks ago, I discovered something about Darren Rowse, the Australian guy (guru) behind ProBlogger I didn't know. Apart from his expert advice on blogging, he wanted to share another facet of himself by conducting a bold experiment called: the Tanzania Blog Project. He decided to take us into the lives of Continue Reading
Why do we let young girls dress like that?
Taylor Momsen 17-years-old Have you noticed how more and more teenagers and tweens are dressing provocatively or is it just me? In an article by Jennifer Moses in the Wall Street Journal, she poses the question, "Why do so many of us not only permit our teenage daughters to dress like this—like prostitutes, if we're being honest with Continue Reading
How do you handle " impossible" requests from agents?
Sonia is frustrated with formatting. I have a problem that's been keeping me awake at night; it's called formatting. For weeks, I've been researching, Googling, asking friends, basically bugging everyone I come across with this one question: How can I e-mail ten pages of my manuscript into the body of my G-mail account, within messing up Continue Reading