New Retirement Bible Study, Retirement Roots, Helps People Focus On Salvation Instead of Savings

February 2, 2014 by · Leave a Comment
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Retirement Roots is Fun and interactive approach to retirement planning where readers and workshop participants shed all the dollars and cents of tradition planing to develop a retirement plan that allows them to grow closer to God by preparing for the non-financial aspects of it including the mental, social, physical, and spiritual aspects of life in retirement?

Don’t make your retirement journey like that of the Israelites who wandered around in the wilderness for forty years to make what was actually an eleven-day journey. Use Retirement Roots: A Christian Look At Everyday Life In Retirement to:

• Learn how to make your retirement a time of life that is truly everlasting
• Answer the three most powerful retirement questions that will change your life in retirement forever
• Use God’s promises and direction to replace your career identity and re-invent yourself
• Prepare for important conversations to strengthen your relationships with God, family, and friends
• Overcome Satan’s temptations and the dark side of retirement
• Develop wellness habits and strategies for your body, mind, and spirit
• Create a more meaningful Christian Retirement Plan that can improve your everyday life right away

Today’s realities say it’s time to focus more on God’s saving grace than your personal savings. Use Retirement Roots to discover the best of what God has in store for you. I assure you, the results will be everlasting.

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Should Kony 2012 Be Part Of Your Retirement Or Estate Plans?

March 10, 2012 by · Leave a Comment
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konyWhether you’re just starting to save for your financial future, are sitting on the doorstep of retirement, or are planning how best to distribute your wealth, the recent viral and social phenomena of Kony 2012 brings an important aspect of retirement and estate planning into perspective:  charitable giving.

In case you hadn’t heard, a new form of social justice emerged this week as a viral video created by the nonprofit Invisible Children called Kony 2012 eclipsed 55 million views in last few days…. Read More at by Robert Laura

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Three Simple Tips To Organize Your Finances In The New Year from

January 1, 2011 by · Leave a Comment
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If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to organize your finances, here are three tips from Robert Laura’s guide, How To Organize Your Finances In 10 Simple Steps available at and for kindle at

Tip 1: Are you a morning or evening person? When are you at your highest level of activity? You can reduce some of the anxiety and exhaustion that can accompany bill paying if you pay them during your high-energy time instead of when you’re tired and unmotivated.

Tip 2: If you receive e-statements, set up a separate e-mail account to receive them. This will ensure they don’t get lost or overlooked among your personal e-mails or spam. Both Yahoo and Google offer free e-mail accounts.

Tip 3: Establish regular days and times to pay your bills. Set 3 to 4 days per month when you review your bills. Try the 5th, 15th, and 25th of the month as a starting.

To order your copy of How To Organize Your Finances In 10 Simple Steps visit Or download it to your kindle by clicking here

10 questions to consider when selecting and comparing nursing home care from

December 26, 2010 by · Leave a Comment
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10 Questions to Consider When Selecting and Comparing Nursing Home Care from

1. Is the facility Medicare certified?

2. Is the facility Medicaid certified?

3. Is this a skilled nursing facility?

4. Is the facility accepting new patients?

5. Is there a waiting period for admission?

6. Is a skilled bed available to you?

7. Is the home and the current administrator licensed?

8. Does the home conduct background checks on all staff?

9. Does the home have special services units?

10. Does the home have abuse prevention training?

Also, be sure to check the occupancy rate. Simply take the total number of residents currently living in a nursing home divided by the home’s total number of beds. Occupancy rates vary by area, depending on the overall number of available nursing home beds.

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Sex And Retirement! Interesting News, Statistics, and Facts About Sex In Retirement

December 24, 2010 by · Leave a Comment
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According to, research by the Mayo Clinic suggests that sex can prolong life for ten or even twenty years. Among people of similar age and health state, those who had more frequent orgasms are supposed to be twice less likely to die early than those who only had orgasms every leap year. A person who has at least a hundred orgasms a year can expect to prolong his or her life up to eight years and reduce the mortality rate by half.

Sex is also wonderful for weight loss since 30 minutes will burn 200 calories! In addition sex calms food cravings because it stimulates the production of phenetylamine, a natural amphetamine that regulates the appetite. Sex almost promotes the production of collagen, which keeps the skin supple and gives it that peachy glow.

While nearly half of adults (47%) surveyed would prefer to have sex more often, nearly four in ten adults (38%) have avoided sex, made an excuse not to have sex or stopped having sex due to physical inability, physical discomfort or pain with sex. Women cite discomfort and pain as the reasons for avoiding sex, while men who are avoiding sex as they age do so because of a physical inability.

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