January 2014 – Issue 1

Mapping Out Your Finances

When people hear the word “divorce”, they often only think of the emotional impact that they will be experiencing, and forget about the financial implications of starting over. It is still common in many relationships, where only one spouse is in charge of money matters while the other spouse has minimal participation. READ MORE

Finding Balance with Reflexology

Stress and anxiety are not just common. For many of us, it’s a way of life. We live in a very fast paced society that tends to demand that we be consistently ‘connected’. Instead of working less, we are working more. In fact, it seems that our brains are forever being stimulated. Can you even remember the last time you had an hour to simply unplug? READ MORE

Real Estate, Real Decisions

Real estate, at least the buying and selling of it, is an emotional subject at the best of times. In my twenty-one years as a licensed Realtor, I’ve noticed that even those that don’t own (or have never owned) a piece of real estate, have strong   opinions. READ MORE

The Psychology of Cheating

Marriage is susceptible to all kinds of pressures; some internal and some external. Sometimes one partner goes outside the marriage to fulfill emotional or sexual needs – but what leads to cheating, and can it be prevented? READ MORE