This book discusses the problem everyone faces with depression and how to combat it through the Zen path with wisdom and meditation. It is a matter of being disciplined everyday with training. The Eightfold Path is discussed in this book. It is a list of rights to live by. Also, we discuss how we go for freedom in our lives. It is not by being sloppy, but merely it is a form of action we take where we could live our lives with a degree of focus and then free ourselves of depression.
This book discusses the traits of the firstborn, middle born, last born, and only child.
Budgeting is setting aside a certain amount of money to spend a day, a week, or a month. In this "learning the basics" guide, I first discuss how to divide your check and make sure you are accounting for all of your bills. I then discuss how to set a budget and stick to it, resisting the urge to overspend. Afterward, you'll learn various budgeting methods, whether you want to use a handwritten technique, a computer program like Microsoft Excel, or an app on your tablet.
This book will be about the basics of saving money. Whether it's an emergency fund, cutting back on some stuff, or alternative means of saving, there are ways to make your goal by putting some aside.
This first book in the series will discuss how we are caught in the credit card trap straight out of high school. Many are caught young, and since they have not learned thoroughly about borrowing, they max out their credit cards.
In Finding Christmas: The Story of Joseph, Joseph bumps into an old man who grants him three wishes that will be granted to him on Christmas. He just has to meet him every Sunday of Advent leading up to Christmas. Joseph hopes for a miracle because he is poor and torn between two women - one from the past and one from the present. He wishes to be married, have a baby, and to be a millionaire. Will these wishes come true in this holiday romance short story?
Book 4 of Money: Learning the Basics consists of understanding retirement. In this short guide, I discuss the basics about saving for your retirement, whether you're 18 years old and just starting out or 55 years old and getting ready to retire. It is never too early or too late to start thinking about it.