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The Everyday Wisdom Newsletter, Issue #001 -- We help you get the idea you need when you need it.
October 05, 2006
This is the inaugural issue of The Everyday-Wisdom Newsletter. I want you to know that we appreciate your interest in receiving this information, and we promise you that we will endeavor to make it worth your time, both now and in the future.

As we say on our home page - Our primary goal at Everyday Wisdom is to hand you the solutions you need to overcome life's obstacles and achieve the life you want.

Our mission is to help people transform their lives from where it is now into where each individual desires it to be.

So what is the easiest and fastest way to solve any problem life throws at you? Answer - find out how someone else successfully solved the problem and then take the same actions they did. There is an excellent chance you'll get the same result they did. By doing so, you will solve your problem quickly with a lot less stress. What an easy course of action!

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In This Issue.....

1. Free help when you are making a decision in your life. Any decision.
2. We have started a new section that includes Audio Articles. Now you can listen and learn and grow.
3. Three articles you might find useful.
4. Humor is good for the body and spirit.

1. Free help when you are making a decision in your life. Any decision.

Life requires decision making. You can’t escape it. What if there was free software to help you make better decisions? Wouldn’t that be a great tool? After all, better decisions mean a better life. Such software actually exists and yes, it’s free.

The software is called Choose-It. It was developed by Ken Evoy who also created Site Build-It, the software we use at Everyday Wisdom, LLC to create our website.

Why not try out the software yourself. You can take a tour or enter one of the problems you’re wanting to solve. You owe it to yourself to give it a try. If you decide it’s not for you, it didn’t cost you a penny. If, however, you like it… you now have a tool to help you make better decisions.

Want to give it a try? When you click on the link, the information you need is listed as Free Stuff # 1. Ready? If so, click here.

2. We have started a new section that includes Audio Articles. Now you can listen, learn and grow.

There are lots of articles on the web. But there are very few you can listen to. Now, at, you can be working on say a spreadsheet, or whatever, and at the same time be listening to great “How-To” articles from our site. What a great way to multi-task.

Our first three articles are on scrapbooking, but there are lots and lots more to come.

The three articles we have so far are:

  • Become better at designing your own layouts when scrapbooking.
  • You need to know the best photo taking techniques.
  • Adding embellishments add pizazz to your scrapbook.

To listen to what we have so far, you will go to our article index page. The audio articles are listed first. Ready? If so, click here.

3. Three articles you might find useful.

Here are three articles on our website that can help everyone.

1: Are You Financially Insane?

For just about everyone, there are times in our lives when we are financially insane. We make bad spending decisions and before we know it, we’re either in debt or wasted our valued money.

You might wondering why we use the word insane. It’s because when we make bad financial decisions, we are inviting trouble into our life. Inviting trouble is a form of insanity.

Why do we invite financial trouble into our life? The answers are in the article. If you would like to read “Do you spend your money wisely? Or are you financially insane?click here.

2: When it comes to reading, Is your Child "Falling Though the Cracks" in our School System?

This article was sent to us by ClickN’ READ Phonics. Not only did we find the article had good and interesting ideas, we tried it out. One of our editors had his granddaughter try it out.

On the second time through the lesson, his granddaughter was able to identify words and read them back. This program works. We’re happy to recommend it.

To read the article, click here.

Article 3: Here are some important considerations when picking a dog.

Everybody loves dogs. Perhaps you’re thinking of buying one. Because it’s so easy to pick one that will cause you headaches, we wrote this article to help you decide which one is right for you. You’re going to have this dog for a long time, making a good decision up front is so important.

Ready to read the article? If so, click here.

4. Humor is good for the body and spirit.

Why humor in a newsletter on wisdom? Because it’s wise to take care of you body and spirit. Humor does exactly that. We have a lot of humor on our website. So in every newsletter, we will include a little humor.

Here’s this month’s humor:

Thank God for church ladies with typewriters.
These sentences actually appeared in church bulletins or were announced in church services:

The sermon this morning: "Jesus Walks on the Water." The sermon tonight:"Searching for Jesus."

The Fasting & Prayer Conference includes meals.

Don't let worry kill you off - let the Church help.

Miss Charlene Mason sang "I will not pass this way again," giving obvious pleasure to the congregation.

A bean supper will be held on Tuesday evening in the church hall. Music will follow.

At the evening service tonight, the sermon topic will be "What Is Hell?" Come early and listen to our choir practice.


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.

I wish you all the best.

Till next time,

Ed Kalski Senior Editor

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