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  • Marina Felix "M. Felix" - It is working!

    Had back pain for many years. Tried the traditional western medicine for it (does not work), acupuncture (works if the practitioner is good, but the pain comes back several months later) and chiropractors (the pain still comes back). Now I am just on lesson 3 of this book, and I think it is actually working! One conclusion so far - you have to be really consistent in implementing the author's recommendations. But it doesn't take any extra time to do what she recommends , so it's just the matter of remembering it (and if you have a bad back pain, that part should be easy :))

  • Lady4Jesus "Lady4Jesus" - Great book!

    I know Ted Dekker is a very popular Christian author, but I had honestly never read anything by him before. When I saw Kiss, by Ted Dekker and Erin Healy, was available for review on Thomas Nelson Book Review Bloggers I jumped all over it!

    From the back cover:

    Let me tell you all I know for sure. My name. Shauna.
    I woke up in a hospital bed missing six months of my memory. In the room was my loving boyfriend - how could I have forgotten him? - my uncle and my abusive stepmother. Everyone blames me for the tragic car accident that left me near death and my brother brain damaged. But what they say can't be true - can it?
    I believe the medicine is doing strange things to my memory. I'm unsure who I can trust and who I should run away from. And I'm starting to remember things I've never known. Things not about me. I think I'm going crazy.
    And even worse, I think they want to kill me.
    But who? And for what? Is dying for the truth really better than living with a lie?

    I had heard that Ted Dekker is like a Christian version of Dean Koontz. I used to read, and love, Dean Koontz books, so I was definitely eager to start this book. Now that I'm done, I can definitely see similarities in the writing styles ... though, of course, Ted Dekker definitely keeps it cleaner and integrates the way to salvation -- at least in this book.

    I could have DEFINITELY finished this book A LOT faster if I had given reading a bit more of my time throughout the day ... and if our little blessings hadn't kept me so busy (not at all complaining). I just didn't WANT to put this down once I got going. As a matter of fact, yesterday was Jason's day off and I was able to finish MOST of what I had left of the book ... and finish up the rest during Hannah's nap time today. Wow! REALLY good book! Honestly makes me wanna go and get a couple other Ted Dekker books to check out ... if we had the money right now, that is lol.

    If you've never checked out Ted Dekker ... or if you love his books, but haven't read this one ... and you love suspense, thrills, romance, scandals, and even a bit of politics ... well, then you should really check this book out! I'm pretty sure you won't be able to put it down for long either!

  • Ryan B. - Excellent series! Really practical information

    I've got quite a few travel books but when I first received a Rick Steeve's one, I was a little apprehensive. It wasn't as well known as Lonely Planet or Eye Witness but I find this to be the best series of travel books! I loved the "France" one so much that when it came time for me to choose an Italy book, I went for this one right away. Rather than giving you tons of detail as to the structure of particular cathedrals or the ancient history of the subject matter, the Rick Steeve's books tend to focus on much more pertinent information for the traveller. There's a big focus on what makes the country's people the way they are today, and also details on things such as how phone cards work - I find it's more relevant than the information I find in other books (they seem more like Encyclopedias!).
    His series has a very personal touch to it with real recommendations and opinions!

  • D. Fowler - There are several new features is QuickBooks 2012 that will make you take a closer look at the software ...

    One of the best things about QuickBooks is the fact that you don't have to be an accountant to successfully use and navigate the program. There is a GuideMe feature that will walk you through the setup so you'll feel more confident when you set up your small business account. I had a friend who had more than one of those grrrrr moments with QuickBooks 2010, so for the neophyte to the program this is a real plus. If you've been working with the program for years it will be of no consequence. If you are satisfied with the last couple of QuickBooks versions, I wouldn't recommend upgrading, but otherwise you might want to consider the 2012.

    Two other things, in addition to the actual content, sold me on the viability of the program. One was the access to instant online assistance. I wanted to check out a question I had and when I went to the QuickBooks site there was instant access to a tech. The program is easy to use, but if you do have more complicated FAQs, you can get up to an hour's worth of time with a QuickBooks expert during your first month of use (888-222-7276) . These aspects are perfect for the "beginner." You may also wish to take a look at QuickBooks Pro 2012 to see which program best fits your needs.

    I wouldn't say this program is perfect, but there are several new features that are helpful to the average QuickBooks user.

    * The calendar feature. You can see invoices that are due on any particular day and and information that was entered. For example, you can see what needs to be done or what has to be done including emails, faxes, and appointments. You can select what you want to see from a drop-down menu from one thing to all transaction. These are details in a panel below the calendar.

    * The document center. It's now much easier to attach documents than in the last version of QuickBooks and at no cost (it came out in 2010). You can add a document from your computer, scan one, or drag one in. For example you can drag in a picture copy of a check to go with your invoice. These do need a separate backup that is not provided.

    * The Lead Center (under customers in the drop-down menu). You can add your lead information (lead name, status, company name, main phone). You can add many things such as Facebook, Twitter, Skype, phone numbers, etc. When you want to contact them you can put them in your calendar. There is also a place you can make notes on the lead. If they become a customer, you can just click in the corner and the information will go into your customer base. You can also import your other leads.

    * Batch Timesheet Entry Function. Timetracking must be enabled, time data needs to be turned on for all employees you want included, and you need to use the Weekly Timesheet Function. This function is a bit tricky because of the prerequisites and necessary similarities in pay. For example, the employees need to be working on the same job and be putting in the same number of hours. There are online tutorials that are very helpful when you wish to implement this extremely useful feature.

    * A list of memorized transactions. There is a detailed list of what you may or many not choose to be entered into your program. You can choose when you want to enter them.

    * To Do List. These can be arranged by type (calling, faxing, emailing, appointment). They can also be prioritized and there is a notes section to use.

    * The ability to export reports to Excel so that they can be formatted is a very nice feature. You can update an existing spreadsheet. The information can be pull from QuickBooks into Excel.

    * Wildcard Search. When you go into the customer center you can narrow down and select certain customers. For example, if you want to find a list of active customers, but don't know a particular name you can do a keyword search. If you know the customer's name is Joe just enter it in and his information will come up. You don't even need an exact match to get a hit.

    Like anything, it depends on what you are looking for and the reason you need it. If you want a place where you can centrally organize your records and have them ready come tax time this is probably a program that will do just that. If you want online billpay included, don't bother because it isn't here. I love many of the new features and so do many of my friends. If you have a small business, I think you might wish to add this one to your list. The learning curve is not steep, the program is fun to play around with, and there are many online tutorials in addition to the expert help from QuickBooks. If what you need is in the program, I'd highly recommend it.