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AWARDS: Silver Living Now Book Award, Mature Living/Aging 2014 (Silver) If you’re one of the 25 million single women over the age of 45 living in the United States today, AARP’s The Single Woman’s Guide to Retirement is your new best friend. Walking you through the challenges of retired or pre-retired life, from managing your finances to staying healthy in body, mind, and spirit, dealing with divorce, and even looking for love or work, the book covers the issues that really matter to you. Whether you’re looking for a retirement home or planning a cruise, this book is packed with specific details to help take the guesswork out of retirement. Author and retirement expert Jan Cullinane has gathered real-life stories from women just like you to illustrate your options and give you fresh new ideas about how to make the most of your retirement years.
Working Scared will help citizens, policy makers, educators, business, union, and community leaders better understand what is happening to the United States workforce. It also describes the essential national priorities and policies that will assist in restoring the American dream of secure employment and intergenerational progress.
5 years ago, I knew nothing about Workamping. To be honest, I knew nothing about RVing and had never slept in an RV, for that matter. I just knew there had to be a way to travel full-time in an RV and make money while we did it! I wanted to live an adventurous life and RV across America, but before we could go we needed to figure out how to either work remote, start our own location independent business or find work along the way. We choose the last one, which was the fastest route to traveling full-time! We fell into the life of Workamping! It's a simple concept that made perfect sense allowing people from all backgrounds and all ages to RV and make money along the way. ABOUT THE BOOK: Live Camp Work is a practical guide full of information we obtained throughout our RV travel adventure. We learned early on, that securing reliable income was the biggest challenge for RVing full-time. Once we solved this problem, through working jobs as we traveled, the rest fell into place. In this guide, I detail the Ins and outs of the Workamping life and show you how anyone at any age can 'retire' to an RV and live life on the road. I also answer common questions, explain the biggest myths and mistakes while detailing employer programs that hire RVers to work at their businesses. To wrap it all up, I'll provide you with a vast resource of 1000+ employers you can contact for RV jobs out on the road! Everyone interested in learning about how to start RVing by working along the way needs to read this book! If you are interested in Workamping and need information on the lifestyle and how to get jobs while you travel, then this book is for you! If you've been RVing for years and just need some ideas of possible work, then you'll also find a lot of useful information in this book, that you can use now rather than later! WHAT'S COVERED: -What is Workamping? -Common Questions -Understanding the Lifestyle -Winter Workamping -Resumes, Photos & Work Agreements -Single & Solo Workampers -Workamping Families with Kids -Top 7 Myths & Mistakes -Financial Keys to Buy an RV -How to Find the Jobs -Workamper Employers NOT COVERED: -Health Insurance -Budgeting & Financials -Membership & Camping Clubs -Downsizing -Domicile & Receiving Mail Living a life of full-time travel is an amazing experience. One that everyone has the ability to do if given the right information and the tools to do so. If your goal is to travel while living in an RV, this book can teach you how to make money along the way! Let's not waste any more time! Dive in and start reading!
Bodhisattva is the Buddhist word for a person who forgoes enlightenment in order to help others reach Nirvana. This book was created by a once homeless author to teach people how to change the world by changing themselves first. If we each make small changes within ourselves, we indirectly change society as a whole.
Every happily married couple has a love story to share. In a world where divorce is a frequent option, here are twenty marriages which have stood the test of time. Ach couple has been married one man to one woman for as long as they have lived. For most the marriage has been for at least fifty years. At least one of the two in each married couple was a student at Carson-Newman College in Jefferson City, Tennessee, in the early fifties. Here each of the twenty couples share in their own words their love story. As you read the love stories, you discover common threads that run through each story, the qualities that create for these enduring forever love.
“My storey is about my life. I was born in 1939, and my family literally broke apart when I was “little”. I do not recall ever living in a home with my mother and father together. There were several years I spent in foster care; and then living with Mom and then Dad, bouncing back and forth a couple of times, until I was a junior in high school. My father moved, but I didn’t. I spent my final year in high school living with a local family, thanks to a basketball coach who took special interest in me. I spent some of my time growing up being a juvenile delinquent; petty theft, shop-lifting, drinking, smoking and other such irresponsible activities. I made a decision to change my life after my freshman year in high school, and went to live with my father, whom I already knew was a strict disciplinarian and a very controlling individual. But, I got the chance to start my life over again at age 15. I made the most of my new start, and I want to tell my story!”
★★Buy the Paperback Version of This Book and Get the Kindle Book Version for Free★★Are you tired of living in the same place all the time? Do you want to know how to visit the most beautiful places and live the best experiences of your life with your RV?Did you know that more and more people are deciding to embrace a new way of life, to go on holiday, or even to enjoy their retirement? The world of RV is amazing, often not very well known, but it is able to give you back that freedom that you have always sought.Every night you can decide to fall asleep under a starry sky and every morning you can wake up in the most unspoiled nature. Until a few years ago, camping, boondocking and RV living were only practiced by experts, or by people with a lot of money who did not need to work, but today it is no longer so. This guide is aimed both at beginners, who want to introduce themselves to the world of RV, and experts, who will certainly find useful tips and cues to improve their outdoor experience. That's what I'm going to talk about in a nutshell: Chapter 1 addresses buying a rig because it will be the most important decision you are going to make when considering the RV lifestyle. The entire process is there from a description of the types, to the process of choosing and buying them. Chapter 2 brings attention to the technical side RVing with topics such as weights, capacities, and why they are important to you, you family, and other motorists. You will find a strong safety-oriented perspective throughout the chapter as shown by topics such as matching a type of RV to your towed vehicle, tow vehicle, or truck. Chapter 3 supplies a thorough discussion on the equipment you are going to need to buy. RVs do not come from the factory with anything! You will learn about setting up your utilities, outfitting yourself for inside and outside RV living, making modifications to your rig, and ways to enhance security. Chapter 4 turns your attention to your voyage. It's time to hit the road! Here you will gain insight into the practical aspects of your trip such a conducting pre-trip and post-trip inspections, hitching, securing, backing, and using utilities at campgrounds and when boondocking. Chapter 5 serves up the meat-and-potatoes of the lifestyle: day-to-day RVing. In section 1 you will read about RVing with children and pets, how to get a good night's sleep, staying warm and cool, how to pack your clothing, bathing, outdoor activities, buying and storing groceries, cooking inside and outside the RV, the costs of RVing, maintenance and repair, and dealing with breakdowns. In section 2 you will read about what to consider when you are going to live in an RV, making cash on the road, health care options, Healthcare Options for RVers, how to receive mail and packages while on the road, establishing your domicile, voting, banking, the retirement lifestyle, and preventing loneliness and isolation. Chapter 6 draws attention to the last step of setting out: planning the trip itself. Here you will learn about the different tools you can use for choosing a destination, planning your trip, and navigating along the way. The chapter is packed with information on using web-based tools, smart device apps and other technology such as RV GPS units and trucker's atlases to keep you on track and out of trouble. Whether your goal is to live in an RV or simply have a holiday with your family, your children or your friends, experiencing a sense of freedom that you have never experienced in your life, this practical guide is definitely for you! Don't wait even a second longer, scroll to the top of the page and BUY NOW.
If prayer has ever felt frustrating, complicated, laborious or even useless to you, this book has the potential to give you a fresh perspective on the heart of prayer. The author shares her experience of crying out, Lord, teach me to pray! and the Holy Spirits response to her cries. Included are six lessons about the principles of prayer and the authors gained insight into why prayer is a necessity; the very heartbeat of a believer. These insights can move you into a place of simplicity and rest in prayer and reveal that prayer is not something you do, but rather someone you become; a pray-er.
Come along for the ride as the less-than-intrepid, insecure author Francis "Frank" J. Connelly picks up where By Reason of Childhood left off-walking down life's highway, represented by Cortelyou Road in Brooklyn, New York. Beyond by Reason of Childhood begins with Connelly en route to the U.S. Army induction center on Whitehall Street. From there, it's merely a series of hops, skips, and jumps to Fort Dix, New Jersey, for basic training; Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania, for Morse Code Intercept Operator training; and on to the mountains, valleys, and rice paddies of South Korea. Fourteen months later, after an honorable discharge from the military, Frank meets Anne Marie Fleming. The couple marry, and, as time slips away, they find themselves being compared to a five-and-dime (for their five children and ten grandchildren). Along the way, Connelly works at various jobs: hauling cable for Western Electric, growing hair for Wybrandt Hair and Scalp Specialists, and spending twenty years on the New York Police Department. Near the end of his career in law enforcement, mental and physical difficulties and the debilitating effects of hypoglycemia take their toll on Connelly. Will his story have a happy ending?
While on a backpacking trip in Yosemite National Park, I met a distinguished gentleman who said that he was a recuiter for a foundation that attempted to solve problems in various places. After inquiring about my background, the gentleman said that his employers sometimes provided opportunities for someone with my experience. Would I be interested? I replied, "yes, of course" and my visitor departed saying that his foundation may get in touch. When I awoke the next morning, I was bewildered and frightened to find myself on a completely different planet. At first, I thought I was dreaming, but the strange plants and animals could not have existed anywhere on Earth. The ensuing adventure involved the discovery of a primitive Mesozoic world, but one that also had two species of sentient creatures, one mammalian and the other reptilian. The tasks of learning new languages, new cultures, and attempting to introduce some civilizing influence were almost overwhelming but progress was made. It was an exciting experience. Had you been in my place, would you have done the same things?