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The Everyday Wisdom Newsletter, Issue #004 - A Lot Of New Additions To The Website.
June 01, 2007

The Everyday Wisdom Newsletter

In This Issue:

  • A Better Life - a new blog to help our visitors reach the life they desire.

  • New Software.

  • A few of the new articles on the website.

  • Humor

Let's get started...

A Better Life Blog

A new blog to help our visitors reach the life they desire.

At present there are two posts in this new blog. The first is the introduction to the blog and the second is on health, doctors and stress.

In the introduction, there are three important questions for you to think about to come up with some answers. The first is: What do I want in my life? Sounds simple doesn't it? But so often life gets in the way and we do what we feel we have to do, ignoring how we want our life to be in the future. Time passes us by so quickly it seems. So this question needs to be asked repeadly.

The second question is: What will bring me joy? Do you have enough joy in your life? You remember those feelings don't you? When you were a child? If you had a normal or a great childhood, you know what joy feels like. Just because you're an adult with responsibilities doesn't mean you shouldn't have a lot of joy in your life.

The third questions is: Am I moving in the right directions to get what I want out of life? Again, life gets in the way. It's easy to become distracted. Especially in this day and time with so many people and technologies wanting our attention.

Further in the article, are questions to answer to help you find your directions so you can experience more joy in your life.

There's a lot more to this introductory article for the A Better Life Blog. To read it, click here.

The second post to A better life blog is about health, doctors, stress, and decision making.

It's so important to pick a doctor who not only has great creditials, but also is a good listener. This post on doctors came about because of an article I read in The Washington Post.

The contents of their article prompted me also to write about stress and decision making. If you have any health issues (I have Crohn's Disease and have had bypass surgery), I highly recomend reading it.

Within both posts to the blog, you will find links to articles on our website that will give you more information to make better decisions and get more out of life.

We really recommend reading A Better Life Blog on a regular basis. This will be a major feature of

New Software.

We have created some new software in house. There will be more software to come. This first software is to help people make money online.

There are people making money on line through affiliate programs and a Google program called AdSense. Perhaps it's something you'd be interested in, perhaps not. If you are, and want to create a website, you might want to use the program we used to create It's called Site Build It.

SiteBuild It! has two sayings that I think express their essence. The first is "E-Commerce for the Rest of Us" and the other is "Why Just Build A Site When You Could Build A Business?" If you're intrigued, Site Build It..

Perhaps, you're already making money on line through affiliate marketing. If so, our new software can help you become better organized and make the whole process easier.

It's a complete system. It will help you keep up with all your affiliate information, help you find products and services to promote, and help sharpen your skills as an affiliate marketer.

To read more about the software, click here.

Here's just a small sampling of some of
the new articles we've posted on

  • Cleaning Your Carpet: The Professionals vs. Doing It Yourself.

    Cleaning your carpet must be done but is it worth the hassle to save a few dollars? Will you get the same results if you do-it-yourself? This article takes a look at why going with the professionals may be the way to go! However, if you decide to do-it-yourself, we will give you tips on the best way to go about it and things you should avoid.

  • Stress Coping Strategies For The Elderly

    This article is about stress management and stress coping strategies for the elderly. With that in mind, their needs and ways for them to cope with aging will deal specifically with things like loneliness, physical disability, rejection, and feelings of worthlessness.

  • Tips To Get Rid Of Creepy Crawlers...Bugs and Pests

Of course a lot more articles than these have been added.


We include some humor in every newsletter. It good for your health, mind and spirit.

On the website, we now have many categories of funny but clean humor including:

Here's this month's humor:

Kids say the funniest things:

Just a thought

An eighth-grade teacher was leading a discussion on the qualifications for being President of the United States. After the teacher commented that a person must be a natural-born citizen, one of the students raised her hand. "Does that mean that if you were born by Caesarean section that you can't be President?"

"Help me please."

While taking a routine vandalism report at an elementary school, I was interrupted by a little girl about 6 years old. Looking up and down at my uniform, she asked, "Are you a cop?" "Yes," I answered and continued writing the report. "My mother said if I ever needed help I should ask the police. Is that right?" "Yes, that's right," I told her. "Well, then," she said as she extended her foot toward me, "would you tie my shoe?"

Finally in this issue of the newsletter…

I want to include a quote that has helped millions of people throughout the world. I believe if you will develop the skill of putting this quote into practice, it will help you immensely in reducing the stress you feel from life.

Here’s the quote:

God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change,
Courage to change the things I can,
Wisdom to know the difference.

Don't forget to tell your friends about

I wish you all the best.

Till next time,

Ed Kalski
Senior Editor

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