Monthly Archives: March 2011

Travel and Exhaustion. Recipe for Disaster.

Last week was spring break for the schools in our area.  Like thousands of others, Cathy and  Steve planned a family vacation with their two teenage sons.  They were excited about going on a spring break cruise and referred to it as … Continue reading

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FEMA Mission

FEMA Mission DISASTER. It strikes anytime, anywhere. It takes many forms — a hurricane, an earthquake, a tornado, a flood, a fire or a hazardous spill, an act of nature or an act of terrorism. It builds over days or … Continue reading

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International Travel Ideas

We recently had an opportunity to spend a week in Cairo, Egypt. A family member was there on business and invited us to join him and his family. We decided on Sunday that we would commit to going, and had … Continue reading

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Preparedness Radio Network

All You Need to Know Show airs on the Doctor Prepper Preparedness Radio Network.   Listen to all shows here:  http://bit.ly/allarchived Guests: Angela Schaefers –  Joyce’s guest is Angela Schaefers, Inspirational Speaker, Writer & Radio Personality. Ms Schaefers will be talking about how … Continue reading

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What’s Keeping You Awake?

Last week I heard a friend of mine speaking at a church meeting about things that are keeping him awake at night. He is an investment broker with lots of contacts on Wall Street, so he’s talking to real people. … Continue reading

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What Will You DO?

If you’ve ever seen the comedy television show, “Psych,” you know the main character’s father is a police officer who wants his son to be prepared for anything. He does some pretty crazy things in this comedy police show to … Continue reading

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Your Life Story

I recently taught a class on writing your personal history.   This article by Elaine Cannon is the most practical and the most simple way to get started. 1.  All you need is a spiral notebook and a pen.  (Or, as … Continue reading

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Business & Home

A couple of years ago, we arrived at the airport in Puerto Vallarta for our journey home. Good thing we obeyed the “2 hour standing in line” rule, because when we got there we learned that there was no electricity … Continue reading

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It’s More Than Food

I read one time that when Frank Sinatra’s son was kidnapped, he couldn’t even call for help from a pay phone because he didn’t have a dime in his pocket. It certainly wasn’t that Frank was broke – he just … Continue reading

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Emerson

I love quotes by Emerson.     My business, Emerson Publications, was named for my grandfather, Emerson Raymond Moseley.  He was born in 1897, and when his mother told her father that they’d named him Raymond, he said, “Oh, no, this child … Continue reading

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