Book Details & Events

L.I.F.E.INDEPENDENCE READINESS (3rd book in the series)

  • After High School
  • Employment
  • Personal Finance
  • Travel

304 pages – $14.99/paperback OR $9.99/eBook (Copyright 2020)

L.I.F.E.- Challenge Your Teen’s Basic Knowledge (1st book in the series)
  • Warm-Up (misc. exercises to get the dialogue started)
  • Home Life (cooking, car maintenance, home repairs, healthcare)
  • Community (resources, public transportation, Chamber of Commerce)
  • Government (voting, government branches and terms)
  •  Study Habits (outlining, study practices, study environment) … AND MORE!

97 pages – $9.99/paperback OR $5.99/eBook (Copyright 2015)

L.I.F.E. – Social Skills (2nd book in the series)

  • General Etiquette
  • Personal Guidelines
  • Dining Protocol
  • Oral Communication
  • Written Correspondence

194 pages – $13.99/paperback OR $8.99/eBook (Copyright 2017)

Book 1 – Basic Knowledge ChaptersBook 2 – Social Skills ChaptersBook 3 – Independence Readiness Chapters
Warm-Up
  Telling Time
  Reading Rulers
  Calculating GPA
  Military Time
  Funeral Attire
  Misc. Vocabulary
General Etiquette
  Gratuity
  Treatment of others
  Public areas
  Hosting & Being a Guest
  Gift giving
After High School
  Choosing a Career
   Education                    
Post-Secondary Exams                    
Post-Secondary Education                
Post-Secondary Campus Life       
   Military
   Living On Your Own
Home Life
   Minor Home Repairs
   Kitchen Fires
   Cooking Vocabulary
   Cooking Skills
   General Home Life Skills
   Medications
   Medical Insurance
   Car Maintenance
Personal Guidelines
 Eye Contact & Handshake
  Personal Space
  Body Language
  Attire
  Hygiene
Employment
  General Employment Concepts
   Job Leads
  Applying for a Job
  Cover Letter Writing
  Resume Creation
  Interviewing
  You’re Hired  
           W-4
           Employee Benefits     
           Paychecks
  Income Tax
  Keeping A Job
  Resigning
Community
  Public Libraries
  Community Emergency Agencies
  Chamber of Commerce
  Public Parks
  Public Transportation
Dining Protocol
  Table Settings
  Meal Manners
  Restaurant Behavior
  The Bill
  Vocabulary
Personal Finance
 General Vocab & Concepts
  Budgeting
  Buying Principles
  Banking  
            Checking Accounts
            ATM
  Saving Options
  Borrowing Money                      
Credit Scores                 
      Credit Cards            
           Loans
 You’re Hired   
             W-4                
Employee Benefits              
Paychecks
  Stocks
General Government
  Voting
 General Government Knowledge
Oral Communication
  Introductions
  Conversing
  Compliments & Apologies
  Telephone Calls & Messages
  Cell Phone Use
Travel
  Car Travel
  Accommodations
  Travel Miscellaneous
  Air Travel
Study Habits
  Study Skills Defined
  Study Environment
  Study Techniques
  Outlining
Written Correspondence
  Legal Signature
  Thank You Notes
  Personal & Business Letter Writing
  Memorandums
  Netiquette
  Texting Decorum  
 
L.I.F.E. Table of Contents

Perfect for parents, grandparents, homeschooling, teachers, teen church groups, community organizations, or anyone invested in the success of adolescents.

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L.I.F.E. (Learning Information For Everyday) is a three-part series providing questions that teenagers need to be able to answer to ensure there are no gaps in life knowledge and skills. The goal is to equip adolescents so he/she can avoid embarrassment, consequences, and faux pas as they transition into the adult world.

As this picture demonstrates, icons are used to identify the Questions, Answers, Stories, Notes, and Let It Go parts of the content. Additionally, the conversational text makes it easy to read and use for all ages. Best used by adults and teens together, but teens can certain self-quiz.

Dive in and see how ready teens are for LIFE!

********************************************* EVENT MEMORIES *****************************************

Real Talk on Work Ethics
5/23/17
Real Talk: What Parents Should NOT Do!
Checking in with your kids for a school progress check 8/31/17
Girlsfriends Market April 2019
Pittsburgh Today Live … Kristine and Me 2/13/17
Atl & Co Who knows tipping protocol better … Christine or Cara? Jan. 2018
Real Talk on Atl & Co 8-20-19
Real Talk 7-9-19
GA DECA LEADERSHIP CONF 11/17/17
FoxTale Book Shoppe 4/2/16

SO MANY MEMORIES … SO MANY SUPPORTERS OF L.I.F.E!

Real Talk Sept 2018
Atl & Co Feb. 2019
Atl & Co Segment Getting Ready For School
Cara … the Super Student!???? 8/6/18
Prom Etiquette
Cara is such a sweetie!
Book Exchange Customers … I’m ready!
Addressing the Georgia WBL/YAP Educators at their statewide conference. I miss being a teacher! 11/17/17
Real Talk on Parent Shaming
Unplug 12/21/17
Barnes & Noble Book Signing 4/21/16
Spring Craft Bazaar with Marilyn 3/24/16
Real Talk Oct. 2017
Thank you Woodstock Dwarf House — Ron, Anna & Donna you did a great job! 5/13/16
6/13/16 Set-up & ready for Lavender Festival guests!