Caring for Self and Others

Quite some time ago, we posted about life skills and various activities to learn or in which to engage. Let’s refresh our memories on the character traits that help us be better all-around, as both citizens in our communities and individuals. ➜ Caring: feel concern...

50 Facts of Life

By Guest Author: Kimberly Kelly I tell you our younger people REALLY are in sad shape when it comes to manners, respect, how to interact with people in a business and personal manner. I have seen a few that have been taught, then I have seen some that have blown my...
Check Writing

Check Writing

In the budgeting/money management category, we’re going to talk about writing a check. A basic check looks like this: The check writer’s name goes in the top left corner and the check number is in the top right. The date goes below the check number. On the “Pay to the...
Checkbook Registry

Checkbook Registry

When you look at your checkbook – remember we discussed writing checks? Well, this time, we’re talking about keeping up with the amount of your check. So we’re going to look at the back of the checkbook and you’ll find an area called the checkbook register. This is...
A Clean Home

A Clean Home

I have to be honest. I am not a skilled nor strong housekeeper. In fact, I’m looking for help in the house because of medical reasons, so there’s that. I did ask for advice, tips and tricks on facebook (there’s that social media again!), so I hope to be able to share...
Hygiene: The Hot Spots

Hygiene: The Hot Spots

The first area to address in life skills is basic hygiene – it’s not on our list, since the previous author listed that as a skill learned earlier, but that does not minimize its importance. When meeting new people for the first time you get to make only one first...

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