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About Brette Sember
Brette Sember is a former attorney and author of more than 40 books about topics such as food (The Original Muffin Tin Cookbook and Leftover Love), parenting (Parenting Together Apart) , travel (The Gluten-Free Guide to Travel), business (the Essential Supervisor's Handbook, Bad Apples: How to Manage Difficult Employees), credit (The Complete Credit Repair Kit), health (Your Plus-Size Pregnancy and Beyond and divorce (The Complete Divorce book, The No-Fight Divorce Book, The Divorce Organizer & Planner, How to Get Custody of Your Dog). She is also co-author of several textbooks.
Sember is also a ghostwriter, indexer, book doctor, fact checker, editor, freelancer, and content provider. She has two kids and two dogs and likes to cook, travel, swim, kayak, read, play Boggle, and decorate.
Her web site is www.BretteSember.com. She blogs at http://PuttingItAllontheTable.com.
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From saving for a new bike to investing their allowance online, kids get the “cents” they need with this book. Kids will also learn:
-How coins and bills are made
-What money can buy—from school supplies to fun and games
-How credit cards work
-Ways to watch money grow—from savings to stocks
-Cool financial technology
Saving money isn’t about a piggy bank anymore. Today’s kids are investing money, starting their own small businesses, and watching their savings earn interest. This book will teach kids all they need to know about the “green” they earn so they can save or spend it wisely. This edition includes completely new material on online banking, opening a bank account, and saving allowance.
Learn how to create a complete, complex record of all the information your attorney needs to successfully represent you while at the same time getting yourself organized as you move through the process. Save money by gathering the information yourself, instead of paying your attorney to do it for you. Find out how to:
- Get organized so you can feel in control of a very tumultuous process
- Find and work with an attorney who is right for you and who gives you the biggest bang for your legal buck
- Keep clear records of alimony, child support, and children's expenses
- Track and document parenting time and events to support your custody wishes
- Accumulate and organize all of the information your lawyer needs yourself so you pay less in legal fees
- Use social media wisely and protect your online privacy
- Gather evidence to prove your case
- Hone your case so you can achieve the best outcome possible
- Create an inventory of absolutely all the assets and debts that have to get divided in the divorce, with tips about how to negotiate
- Prepare for a trial or settlement
- Track contact with your lawyer and progress in your case
- Create to-do lists so nothing falls between the cracks
- Organize all of the paperwork you get from your lawyer
- Negotiate successfully with your spouse and keep stress to a minimum
- Plan for life after divorce
Create order out of chaos with this complete guide that allows you to be in control of your life and your divorce.
Brette Sember, JD is a former divorce attorney, mediator and child Law Guardian who is the author of more than 40 books and is a nationally known expert on divorce and custody.
This is a new edition of the very first muffin tin cookbook ever published. It's now back and available with all of your favorites.
There's nothing you can't make in a muffin tin—and we're not talking merely muffins. All you need is a muffin tin, paper liners, and this ingenious, one-of-a-kind cookbook, and you can whip up delicious dishes that are as easy to prepare and serve as they are good to eat! This is the first cookbook ever published about muffin tin cooking and now it’s available again.
From quick-serve appetizers and sides to gourmet entrees, sides, and desserts, you'll find an amazing variety of mouthwatering options for your dining pleasure, including:
· Shrimp Cakes with Cilantro Lime Dipping Sauce
· Egg Crescent Pockets
· Deep-Dish Pizza Cups
· Cornmeal-Crusted Mustard Chicken with Sweet Potato Coins
· Duchess Potatoes
· Zucchini, Corn, and Tomato Cups
· Mini Ice-Cream Cakes
You’ll also find mini-pies, muffins, cupcakes, snacks, breakfast items, and more. The best part (besides the tasty goodness!): It's fast, easy, mess-free, and provides built-in portion control. Kids will love to help you make them—like cupcakes, only better for your family!—and leftovers are as easy as popping the muffin-meal into the microwave.
It just doesn't get any better than The Original Muffin Tin Cookbook . . . your next memorable meal is just a muffin tin away!
Learn about what life was like on the battlefield, the first battle fought, blitzkriegs, submarines, and so much more! Written in question-and-answer format, this book is perfect for reluctant readers or any kid who just loves history. With the most interesting facts and historical photographs from 1939 to 1945, readers will feel like they are on the frontlines and in the trenches. Discover the answers to questions like:
- Who was the youngest American who fought in WWII?
- Who fought the war on skis?
- What was the shortest battle in the war?
- Who was the most decorated woman in WWII?
- And many more!
Plus, kids will discover fascinating new facts on battles they might already be familiar with, including Pearl Harbor, the Battle of the Bulge, the Invasion of Normandy, and more.
You can buy lots of "big" guides that will list 20 hotels and 50 restaurants and the name of every beach in the area, but none of these offer a personal view of what it's like to visit Naples.
Do you need a car?
Where's the best swimming?
How safe are the beaches?
Where is the best shopping?
What activities are the best?
How easy is it to walk on the beach?
What restaurants should I skip?
What is there to actually do in this area?
What do I need to know before I go to certain attractions?
These are the kinds of things you would ask a friend who's just been there and are things you won't necessarily find in a big impersonal guide.
The Best of Naples, FL offers a unique and personal take on visiting the island, so that you can hit the ground running, armed with the information it would take you several days to actually figure out, as well as photos to give you an idea of what to expect. The author has been visiting the Naples regularly for over 40 years and uses her experience to gather the information you really need to plan the very best trip possible.
>>>>> Scroll up and start planning your Naples vacation today!
Rely on my trial and error so that you can have the very best St. Croix vacation possible!
You can buy lots of "big" guides that will list 20 hotels and 50 restaurants and the name of every beach on the island, but none of these offer a personal view of what it's like to visit St. Croix.
- What's it like to drive on the island?
- Where's the best swimming?
- How friendly are the people?
- Where is the best shopping?
- What activities are the best?
- How easy is it to walk on the beach?
- What restaurants should I skip
- What is there to actually do on this island?
- What do I need to know before I go to certain attractions?
These are the kinds of things you would ask a friend who's just been to the island and are things you won't necessarily find in a big impersonal guide.
The Best of St. Croix offers a unique and personal take on visiting the island, so that you can hit the ground running, armed with the information it would take you several days to actually figure out, as well as photos to give you an idea of what to expect. The author has been visiting the Caribbean regularly for over 10 years and uses her experience to gather the information you really need to plan the very best trip possible.
>>>>> Scroll up and start planning your St. Croix vacation today!
The empty nest is often painted as a wonderful time of amazing freedom and joy. For many people though, the empty nest is about grief, loss, and learning to pull yourself back together after your time as a parent with children at home is over.
This inspiring yet practical guide helps you face your new life realistically and guides you through a gentle remake of your life into one you can enjoy and thrive in.
Find out how to slowly change and rebuild your life into what you want it to be, while coping with the dramatic change that's suddenly happened to your family. Discover small changes you can make that will add up to a new you. The book covers all aspects of your life: physical, emotional, your home, your partner relationship, your relationship with your newly grown kids, relationships with friends, your schedule, your activities, your pets, travel, food, your career, and much more. Each section helps you dissect what's changed, what you want to change, and how to tweak that part of your life for the better.
The concept for this book grew out of the author's wildly popular Huffington Post essay about how she dealt with the empty nest loss and remade her life after her children left and is built upon her personal experiences, while offering wide-ranging ideas readers can use to find their way through this challenging time in their lives.
The empty nest is a big change, but it doesn't have to be a tragedy. Find hope, empathy, advice, and practical tips in this book so that you can move forward into a happy future.
Make Money from Your Vacation Condo guides you through the set up process, all the decisions you need to make, and helps you rent successfully so that your condo will pay for itself. It discusses what your condo should have, why the photos matter more than anything, how to do inexpensive tweaks to make it more appealing, and how to set your rental apart from others in the area.
Renting a condo is different from renting other properties, and this book discusses the ins and outs you need to know to work with your condo association and to understand the quirks involved in renting condos. It also helps you set up an LLC to manage your condo.
You can buy lots of "big" guides that will list 20 hotels and 50 restaurants and the name of every beach on the island, but none of these offer a personal view of what it's like to visit Barbados.
What's it like to drive on the island? Where's the best swimming? How friendly are the people? Where is the best shopping? What activities are the best? How easy is it to walk on the beach? What restaurants should I skip? What is there to actually do on this island? What do I need to know before I go to certain attractions? These are the kinds of things you would ask a friend who's just been to the island and are things you won't necessarily find in a big impersonal guide.
The Best of Barbados offers a unique and personal take on visiting the island, so that you can hit the ground running, armed with the information it would take you several days to actually figure out. The author has been visiting the Caribbean regularly for over 10 years and uses her experience to gather the information you really need to plan the very best trip possible, so you can maximize your time. Get the most out of your vacation time by arriving already knowledgeable about where to go and what to do.
>>>>> Scroll up and start planning your Barbados vacation today!
The Empty Nest Financial Guide is your complete roadmap to reducing your expenses, starting to think about retirement, managing your kids' needs and expectations for financial help, and how to develop a clear pathway to financial freedom. Learn where you can find savings, read about sneaky ways to cut back, get clued into tips for generating some extra bucks, and discover how you can take charge of your finances so you that you can finally enjoy this next stage of your life.
Easy Parsing of Your Friends’ Facebook Posts
Sex in Your Teens vs. Sex in Your 40s
Things I Say to Myself During Yoga Class
Classic Brady Bunch Episodes If Made Today
20 Things on My To-Do List I’m Never Going to Do
25 Ways Raising Teenagers and Babies Is the Same
Why I Can't Marry a Royal
20 Things I Don’t Miss About the 70s
What I Wish I’d Said
Dear Manufacturer of My Body
Rules for Dealing with Aging Parents
9 Life Lessons from Pretty in Pink
My Calendar of Diet Lies
80s Trends vs. Today’s Trends
Every Thought in My Head at My Kid’s Graduation
13 Ridiculous Ways My Financially Comfortable Boomer Mom Is Cheap
Things I Imagine My Yoga Teacher Is Doing While We Are in Savasana
20 Life Rules of Soap Operas
Ways in Which Parenting a Teenage Boy Is Like Dating One
Reasons Why Gen X Will Never Recover from Its Formative Years
17 Ways I’m Going to Keep Downton Abbey Alive in My Life
Ways the First Day of College is Like the First Day of Kindergarten for Parents
Reasons to Hate Halloween
Rules for Parenting Adult Children
Letter of Introduction: Mom Available
This book, written by a former family court lawyer, teaches you the tips and techniques you need to avoid the family court revolving door. There are ways to avoid problems, work around conflict, and find solutions on your own so that you do not need to constantly go back to court to deal with every dispute that pops up.
Learn how to:
- Understand what your order actually says and means in real terms
- Work around the other parent
- Develop trust
- Talk to the other parent
- Deal with your kids' complaints about your ex
- Create agreements on your own, without going to court
- Make changes to your parenting plan
- Stop threats and ultimatums
- Manage conflict
- Create compromise
- Manage the stress caused by co-parenting
- Create respect
- Solve problems caused by new significant others
- Deal with supervised visitation
- Work with teens who resist visitation
- Use your lawyer effectively and sparingly
You do not need to find yourself in court year after year, no matter how crazy your ex is. Learn how to avoid court and solve the problems that come up on your own.