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Values, Priorities and ... Racing Ferraris

Monday, 29 August 2016 23:53

Book Excerpt:

What I Learned About Life When My Husband Got Fired!

Over the course of only a few months, Red learned many basic life lessons – not only about financial issues, but also about values and priorities. And now, given her new-found knowledge and confidence, she turns the table and questions her sister, Black, about her spending habits. Obviously, Black spends a lot of money since she races Ferraris, but as she explained to Red when they were talking about children and allowances – it´s always interesting to see what people find important enough to buy for themselves. The following is an excerpt from Chapter 18: Whine Or Lemonade? Your Choice.


Sisterly Advice

Monday, 29 August 2016 23:53

Book by women for women focuses on taking financial control of your life.


Author Q&A

Written by sisters Red (Tina) and Black (Mandy), whose nicknames come courtesy of their scarlet and raven locks, respectively, this book uses a conversational, modern tone to convey the message to women that financial independence is a necessity, not a luxury.

When Red’s husband lost his job, the stay-at-home mom sought advice from her financially successful, business-savvy sis, Black, whose advice—and Red’s personal discoveries—form the basis of What I Learned About Life When My Husband Got Fired!


(G)old Diggers

Monday, 29 August 2016 23:53

High-earning women seek older, hotter men as mates.

Financially successful females are more likely to seek older, but very attractive males, says a Scottish study examining women, earning potential, and mating behaviors. Psychologists at the University of Abertay Dundee maintain that as women’s earning power increases, their tastes in partners change, leading them to desire better looking, older men.  


Solutions for the Modern Cavewoman

Monday, 29 August 2016 23:53

Mom Caves—the female counterpart to the Man Cave—offer respite for busy, stressed mothers.  

More than half of moms today lack a personal refuge in their own homes, while nearly three-quarters of mothers say they would like one, says a HomeGoods poll examining parenthood and lifestyle. In contrast to the famous Man Cave, where men may indulge in watching sports on a flat-screen television or play pool,  the feminine version involves simpler pleasures.



Playing Defense

Monday, 29 August 2016 23:53

Sex, age and defensiveness may predict your cardiovascular health when under stress.   

Sex and age affect how our bodies react to stress, says a Canadian study that examined the link between defensiveness and physical reactions to stress in adult men and women. Older men who were low in defensiveness and younger women who were high in defensiveness were most likely to suffer cardiovascular effects of stress, the study found.



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