Friday, December 13, 2013

The Adventures of Going Home for Christmas…

In my return to this blog and podcast series, I get personal and talk about my need to "break out of my comfort zone" and ask for help in getting home for the holidays.  There's a link to make a donation via PayPal to the right (i.e. The Tip Jar) .  You can talk with me directly and donate via credit card (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express) at 619-354-6372 (yes, that's 619-3-KINDRA).  Additionally, you can send donations via PayPal to

Within the podcast, I talk about some of what's been happening with me since I last updated this site lately, and it gives some interesting back story to how I got where I am right now, if you're interested.  It's roughly 30 minutes or so, but it's a pretty good summation.  I detail my past experiences with "breaking out of my comfort zone" and talk about how I came to be in Austin, Texas.  It was difficult for me to take this step out on faith, but I realize that you've got to do what you've got to do, plus if no one knows you need help, then how can they help you, right?

In any event, I'd appreciate whatever you can do to make getting me home for Christmas a reality, whether that's donating yourself OR bringing this to the attention of someone else who might be able to do so.  Every little bit helps, and it will be greatly appreciated.

Also, if you're a person that plays the lottery, and are hoping to win the big Mega Millions Jackpot that's looming, then I CAN GUARANTEE YOU THAT I AM A BETTER RETURN ON YOUR INVESTMENT DOLLARS! LOL.  $5 to me may not result in $500+ million dollars, but it can help me on my way to make my million, and it will put you in good graces with a thoughtful millionaire!  It's a win-win situation! :)

Click media player below to listen to this podcast. 
If the player above isn't displaying, or working properly, you can also download the podcast from iTunes for free (it may take a few days for it to appear at this link, but you can subscribe directly to the podcast feed via iTunes if you want to always get new podcast episodes when they're first uploaded)!    

Have a Blessed Day!   

P.S. Tell me about your experience with the "For Dummies" book series by filling out this brief survey:   

Subscribe Now: Feed Icon