Recent Blog Entries
Written by 9rules Blog on August 10, 2016
The vast majority of adults worry about money. They worry they aren’t making enough, saving enough, or creating a stable enough future. And, quite frankly, it doesn’t matter if you’re making $20,000 per year or $200,000 per year. The anxiety never really goes away – it simply scales as your income grows.
With that being said, one of the best ways to overcome income-related stress is to find opportunities for building wealth through passive income. See, the great thing about passive income is that you don’t necessarily have to increase the number of hours you work in a week to bring in more money. You simply keep doing what you’re doing, yet earn more. Sounds perfect, right?
Written by 9rules Blog on August 9, 2016
Green is indeed in these days. Whether it’s food, clothing, transportation, buildings and business, the green movement is growing.
In Asia where many women are fond of using makeup, the cosmetics industry has also recognized the value of preserving the environment. Thus the creation of natural and organic cosmetics.
Written by 9rules Blog on August 8, 2016
People need to work to earn a living and lead the life they want. Some may prefer to start their own business while the others would rather be employed in a stable company that can pay them well moving forward.
But not everyone possess the same work attitude. Only those who have the drive, dedication and optimism are capable of hurdling the challenges in their daily grind and succeed in attaining their goals in life. (more…)
Written by 9rules Blog on August 4, 2016
Swimming is everyone’s favorite summer pastime. There’s just something about soaking in the sun and then taking a dip in a refreshing pool. However, there are also risks when young children are involved. How can we, as parents and guardians, better protect these precious assets and keep them safe?
Let’s check out a few tips for the rest of this summer and beyond. (more…)
Written by 9rules Blog on August 2, 2016
The arts are considered a core subject under the No Child Left Behind Act, yet schools have been cutting down on creative education for years. It seems like a good idea when you look at it from a financial perspective. When schools do not have enough in their budgets to pay for things like music, theater and arts classes, it is hard to justify paying for such programs that bring in little revenue when compared to profitable sports programs.
However, cutting arts programs out of schools deprives students of essential education mediums that can improve their everyday lives. Though the arts may not be as necessary for everyday function as reading, they still have a multitude of benefits for childhood education. Here are five major advantages of including the arts in every education system. (more…)