Work & Family Bookshelf - Recommended Books

Work & Family Bookshelf - Recommended Books
The books listed here have not been chosen lightly. Many of them are titles from my home library. I have had every edition of "Our Bodies, Ourselves" by the Boston Women's Health Collective. I recommend any home business book written by Sarah and Paul Edwards, their books have guided me through many phases of my present home based business. I think of them as trusted advisors.

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Cutting the Ties That Bind: Growing Up and Moving on
By Phyllis Krystal

Cutting the Ties That Bind

Cutting More Ties That Bind: Letting Go of Fear, Anger, Guilt, and Jealousy So We Can Educate Our Children and Change Ourselves
By Phyllis Krystal. A book worthy of its lengthy title.

Cutting More Ties That Bind

Not Much Just Chillin': The Hidden Lives of Middle Schoolers
By Linda Perlstein

Not Much Just Chillin'

Our Bodies Ourselves For The New Century
By Boston Women's Health Book Collective

Our Bodies Ourselves For The New Century

What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Fibroids: New Techniques and Therapies--Including Breakthrough Alternatives to Hysterectomy
By Scott C. Goodwin, M.D. and Michael Broder, M.D.

What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Fibroids

It's a Sistah Thing: A Guide to Understanding and Dealing with Fibroids for Black Women
By Monique R. Brown

It's a Sistah Thing

Rekindling Desire: A Step by Step Program to Help Low-Sex and No-Sex Marriages
By Barry W. McCarthy and Emily J. McCarthy

Rekindling Desire

Making Bead & Wire Jewelry: Simple Techniques, Stunning Designs
By Dawn Cusick

Making Bead & Wire Jewelry

Working from Home: Everything You Need to Know About Living and Working Under the Same Roof
By Paul Edwards and Sarah Edwards

Working from Home

Home Businesses You Can Buy: The Definitive Guide to Exploring Franchises, Multi-Level Marketing, and Business Opportunities Plus: How to Avoid Scams
By Paul Edwards and Sarah Edwards
If you are looking to start a home business invest in this helpful book. It gives you the the 411 on home biz scams so you don't lose money before you get started. I was happy to see that my own home business group Watkins is shown as one of the good guys.

Home Businesses You Can Buy

Dig Your Well before You're Thirsty: The only networking book you'll ever need
By Harvey Mackay
I can't say enough about this book on networking Mackay gives wonderful and practical information and advice. He is on target every step of the way.

Dig Your Well Before You're Thirsty

Rich Dad, Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money--That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not
By Robert T. Kiyosaki and Sharon L. Lechter

Rich Dad, Poor Dad

Teenvestor: The Practical Investment Guide for Teens and Their Parents
By Emmanuel Modu and Andrea Walker
The only thing I need to say about TeenVestor is that it was on Barron's recommended list in 2002. Here's some advice to adults just entering the investment stage - BUY THIS BOOK - it's not just for teens. There is a world of information for anyone who wants to learn about investing.


Mad Cash: A First Timer's Guide to Investing $30 to $3000
By Emmanuel Modu and Andrea Walker
Who says you have to be wealthy to invest? Modu and Walker offer sound advice for the beginning investor. They show that you can invest at any level. I wish this book had been available when I started investing.

Mad Cash

Why Should White Guys Have All the Fun?: How Reginald Lewis Created a Billion-Dollar Business Empire
By Reginald L. Lewis and Blair S. Walker

Why Should White Guys Have All the Fun?

Solo Suppers: Simple Delicious Meals to Cook for Yourself
By Joyce Esersky Goldstein - this cook book is such a treat for the single person although some of the recipes are not all that simple as stated in the title. However, I thorougly enjoy putting the meals together and sipping a glass of wine.

Solo Suppers

Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book (Better Homes and Gardens Test Kitchen) I just received my new BH&G cook book and as always the first thing I look for is the Peanut Brittle. I never make this but I do remember my mother making it. We (children) waited with washed, buttered hands to pull and stretch the cooling brittle. If you could only afford one cook book this would be the one to buy. It has everything from simple basics to high-end gourmet products information and recipes for all ocassions.

Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book

Diary of a Mad Househusband: Musings on Life As a Stay-At-Home Dad
By Joseph Oberle

Diary of a Mad Househusband

Style and the Man: How and Where to Buy the Best Mens' Clothes
By Alan Flusser

Style and the Man

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