How to get a Free Bible
Have your ever wondered how you could get a free copy of the bible? I thought it would be nice to make a quick post about how someone can get a free copy of the Holy Bible. Now obviously it makes sense that I am of a Christian faith, but don’t by any means think that I’m trying to push my faith on anyone. I’m just offering it as another tip on my blog since it’s something that has made a big difference in life. I know that the principles within the bible by can help everyone, and that it can be a great source of inspiration.
But back to the topic at hand, if your looking for a free copy of the Holy Bible, or scriptures as they may say. The first thing you need to do to get started is head on over to http://mormon.org/free-bible/ to get your free bible. When you heard over to the website you’ll notice that there’s a very simple form fill out so you can get your free copy of the bible.
Once you’ve completed the simple form, the only thing you really need to do is wait until your brand new free bible arrives. And if you have any questions regarding the process, there’s a nice colorful button along the left side of the website that you can click if you want to chat with someone, and ask any questions that you have.
So what are you waiting for? Here’s the link once again for the free bible.
Job Hunting Tips
For my most recent article I wanted to write about something that could benefit just about everyone’s welfare. And I think that some tips on how to find a job would be a great addition to someones arsenal of knowledge. Now how does someone go about finding a job? I guess that should really begin with another question that everyone needs to ask themselves. What kind of job am I looking for? There’s tons of different types of jobs, businesses, occupations, trade skills, and professions out there in the world, but understanding what skills you currently have will help in the endeavor to find a job.
If you already know what your skills are, and what job your looking for in the world, then go ahead and skip ahead in the article a little bit to get to the nitty gritty tips.
You can’t just grab any job out there without the proper set of skills associated with the jobs that your applying for. Although you could try it, but the likeness that you’ll get hired for a job that your not qualified for is slim to none. There are plenty of manual labor jobs that just about anyone can do, but they doubt usually pay well unless you have a specialized skill that makes you more valuable.
So one of the first things that you should do is sit down, and think about the things that your good at. What skills have you acquired over the years in your lifetime, and don’t forget to think about what things you enjoy doing. Hopefully those to things will coincide beside someone with talent, and skills that match their passion will be in a great position for finding a job. People can tell if you love what your doing. It just seems to shine through you when you love your job, and like wise in an interview environment that passion will come across in your speech.
If you’ve ever seen the movie Napoleon Dynamite, you might remember a scene between Pedro, and Napoleon talking about the importance of having good skills. They illustrate the importance of identifying what skills you have and putting them to good use.
Napoleon Dynamite: Well, nobody’s going to go out with *me*!
Pedro: Have you asked anybody yet?
Napoleon Dynamite: No, but who would? I don’t even have any good skills.
Pedro: What do you mean?
Napoleon Dynamite: You know, like nunchuck skills, bow hunting skills, computer hacking skills… Girls only want boyfriends who have great skills.
Pedro: Aren’t you pretty good at drawing, like animals and warriors and stuff?
Napoleon Dynamite: Yes… probably the best that I know of.
Pedro: Just draw a picture of the girl you want to take out… and give it to her for like a gift or something.
Napoleon Dynamite: That’s a pretty good idea.
Once you’ve figured out what skills you have, or what you like to do, it’s time to consider what occupations match with those. Plumber, Singer, Artist, Designer, or whatever it may be figure out what the position is called. You may find some help in this area by looking at job websites, and see what position listings they have with their associated descriptions.
Now that you now what your capable of and what job you’re looking for you might be wondering where do I find a job in this field or profession. Surprisingly though, one of the most effective ways of finding a job is actually through friends, family, and people you associate with on a regular basis. It’s a skill most commonly known as networking. Basically you use your connections with people you know to find out about, and even apply for jobs. But sometimes this can be hard if you haven’t really kept in contact with people who might know someone in the profession your trying to get into. That’s why it’s important to keep in contact with people you may have learned your skills from. Teachers, past job associates, trainers, friends from classes, and mentors are all great resources for finding a job.
Some people like to keep a catalog of these types of people or connections through sites like linkedin.com because it allows them to keep a backup plan or resource in case they ever need to look for a job again. Having this as a resource is a huge assist when trying to find work.
Now if you don’t have these kind of connections, or have run out of people to try and find opportunities from, then it’s time to take the hard route. Although it can be a little strenuous, and less productive then networking. It doesn’t mean that you can’t find a job through other means. It’s just normally a lot easier if you already know someone within the profession, or has a connection.
At this point you need to start searching the internet for opportunities, looking at newspaper ads for job openings, and sometimes just going into offices of your profession to inquire about openings. Although most people will just turn to the internet, but there’s tons of website out there for finding a job. Some seem to be more of a spam hassle then actually finding you a job, but there are a lot of good sites out there. Websites like job.com, monster.com, careerbuilder.com, and so on.
Improving your Family Life
Becoming Self-Reliant for the welfare of yourself and your family. Everyone needs to learn how to become self-reliant in order to improve the welfare of their own being. And it can be as easy as following a few simple guidelines in your life to make a big difference. I wanted to just quickly outline some of the things that people should focus on in order improve the lifestyle, and well-being.
- Self-Reliance is the ability for your to be able to provide for yourself, so that you can better provide for yourself and others like your family.
- Education is an important factor in enrich, and improving your life, and quality of living.
- Health, managing your health through diet, and exercise can improve your quality of life, and your overall lifespan.
- Employment is a strong foundation in which you can provide for yourself, and others. Choosing an appropriate occupation in which you are skilled, and work hard at can affect you a lot.
- Home food storage is a great way to prepared for any emergency that will come your way.
- Managing your finances appropriately can have a huge affect on things like retirement, saving for your children future, or just getting by month to month.
These are just of a few of the things that I know are important to improving someone’s life standards, and welfare. And you can learn a lot more about your welfare from websites like providentliving.org.
The Purpose of a Monthly Budget
When it came time to live out on my own, their were quite a few factors that made things difficult in my life. Learning how to manage my bills, and monthly expenses turned out to be quite a hassle. But I figured out quickly that keeping a monthly budget can make a world of difference in where I end up at the end of each month.
Now why is it important that I keep a monthly budget of my expenses. Well, I noticed that when I did practice these principles, I was usually better off, or should I say financially stable. I didn’t end up pulling my hair out, or worrying about if I had enough money, so to speak. To be honest I always didn’t have mounds of cash stashed away, but when things were keep in order, I was confident that I would always have enough money to pay my bills, and even have a little bit for fun. Peace of mind, and confidence in my ability to pay my bills, and not be worried about where I stood financially was a big comfort to being able to make it on my own.
So to start out, I made a list of the things I had to pay for on a monthly basis. That meant bills. Things like cell phone, utilities, gas, internet service, insurance, rent, spending money for fun, and even the unexpected. I figured out what each of these would cost me every monthly based on some of my spending habits. Because of course utilities can vary from usage, and time of the year but averages work out fine. Then I compared all these things to what I was making each month.
At this point it would be nice to have something like excel to help you calculate all these things, but of course there’s alway free software they can take it’s place. I would suggest using something like google documents, a nice free web based software suite, or open office, which is basically a open source copy cat of Microsoft office. Or I have a link to an old fashioned resource, aka sample budget document that you could just print off, and use old fashioned reliable pen and paper.
Once I had these things laid out, I could examine my expenses, and maybe even rule out where I could make some cutbacks, or just realize what I’m spending way too much money on. After looking at how much I spend, I could evaluate what my monthly spending should normally be for each of these things, and set a goal limit I should keep on each. The hard part of it all really would be sticking to the plan. Making sure I don’t go over my spending cap on each of those things. You need to keep track of it throughout the monthly. Some people like doing this right when they spend money on something, were others might find it more useful to do this on a daily or weekly basis. It really depends on the person.
Although there are some great tools out there for making this task a little bit easier, and even automated. Some people like to use online banking to constantly check their accounts on the go. But some drawbacks of this are that if you spend money through checks or through debit used as credit, all of your transactions don’t show up immediately, and you could find yourself with some surprises later on. I was referred by someone to try out a website called Mint.com which helps track your spending on your bank account, and credit cards. It even automatically distinguishes where you spending your money, and puts it into categories, and budgets so you can set goals, and notifications for when get out of your budget or normal spending habits. Although it may take some time to setup, and if you bank we a lesser known company your bank may not be supported with their system. But it’s worth a try since it’s free, and they have mobile apps for those on the go.
But in the long run setting up a monthly budget helped me getting my spending into control, and keep me from living outside my means. The overall welfare of my life was improved, and I had less to worry about. Which meant more time for relaxing, and having a stress free environment. I can tell you from my experience that it’s a great idea, and should be practiced by pretty much everyone. It takes time to get into the habit, but it’s well worth it.
To wrap things up, here’s a few links to some of the things I referenced to, or mentioned in the article that could help you out with starting your own budget.
- Welfare - Great website where you can learn about welfare principles.
- Sample Budget Document - The pen and paper solution to making your first monthly budget.
- Google Documents - Web based office software for free from Google.
- Open Office Software Suite - A great free open source software substitute for Microsoft Office.
- Mint.com Personal Finance & Budget Software - Free web-based financial and budget software that has mobile applications.
tumblrbot asked: WHAT IS YOUR EARLIEST HUMAN MEMORY?
I think the earliest human memory I can recall would be when I was just a toddler, and my parents had hidden an awesome gift for me in the garage. They hosted a huge unveiling for me, and I was so pleased as to what was waiting for me inside.