Friday, November 20, 2009

Pros and cons of working from home.
I've been working from home for the past 2 years and feel like I've really stagnated. I thought it was going to be so ideal to be home and take care of my family while I'm at it. But it turns out, it's so distracting and loney. The funny thing too is that it seems when family and friends know you work from home, they seem to think it's ok to talk on the phone for a long time.
I also have an excuse to watch my favorite noon time show "Wowowee" since I like to cook at lunch time for dinner.
Then 3pm rolls around and of course the kids start rolling in and turn on the TV full blast. It's so distracting. I finally had a door put in to my Living room/Home office.
Anyway, after all these years at home, I decided I needed a change so I took the plunge. I interviewed with several different companies and I think I found a winner! I wish I knew about this company way back.

I have a feeling they are going to really help me build up my potential to even more than I thought I even had. I think it makes a huge difference where you work and who you work for. What do you think?

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Joke of the day...

After being laid off from three jobs in the past year, Dewey was hired to work in a warehouse.

Unfortunately, one day he lost control of the forklift and drove it off the loading dock. Surveying the damage, the owner shook his head and said, "I'm sorry, Dewey, but I'm going to have to withhold 10 percent of each of your paychecks until we recover the costs of the damage."

"How much will it cost?" Dewey asked.

"About $5,000," the owner replied.

"Finally!" Dewey exclaimed. "Job security!"

Friday, November 13, 2009

Can someone recommend a good website company specifically for mortgage companies? I found a good one but cost is $300 up front plus $99/month. Seems kinda high. Any suggestions?

Saturday, November 7, 2009 shop to help the poor

Our church is recommending shopping at for our Christmas gifts this year. Check it out for yourself, the short video syas it all. You can buy wonderful gifts made by people in very poor countries and it will help so many people be able to eat, to save, to sow thier profits into more growth, so many. I made a decision to either give what I was planning to give to friends and family to the church or to to items that I may find they can use. How about you? Check it out!! or

P.S. Cornerstone fellowship is having a sale on Dec. 5-6 at the church in Livermore, CA

Friday, November 6, 2009

November 17,2009 is Bring a friend night at Cornerstone Fellowship In
Livermore, CA. You will not regret going! See his video below:
Tips on buying a fixer upper home:
1. Ugly duckling in the neighborhood.
2. Neighborhood with good schools.
3. Taxes owed on property.
4. Probate property.
5. Absentee landlord.
6. Of course, foreclosure, BK or short sale.
7. Divorce situation.
8. Great floor plan
9. Roomy master bedroom.
10. Two or more baths, one of which is roomy.

Tips on buying a fixer upper home:1. Ugly duckling in the neighborhood


Thursday, November 5, 2009

If Noynoy wins, will Kris act as first lady?


Marylou Edwards

Mortgage Broker

Cobalt Financial Corp.

Tel: 925-398-0211

Cell: 925-285-5333

Fax: 925-401-1034

November 17,2009 is Bring a friend night at Cornerstone Fellowship In Livermore, CA. You will not regret going! See his video below:

Dave Ramsey on How to be Financially Successful

Extra content from the documentary "Maxed Out" from radio financial guru Dave Ramsey, a "tough love" guy in the vein of Dr. Phil who teaches in this video how to get out of debt and accumulate wealth-- simply and elegantly. Watch this repeatedly to burn the ideas into your brain.

Monday, November 2, 2009

Check your credit report on for free. Just pick a credit bureau every time every 4 months and you will be free from errors and identity theft instead of paying some crazy service for it!