Articles written by: Heidi Richards

Heidi Richards Mooney is the Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of WE Magazine for Women, a Wordpress Web Designer, the author of a dozen books and a social media consultant and trainer. Heidi has interviewed hundreds of experts on Social Media Around the World. In 2003 Heidi was named one of 50 women shaping the Internet by the International Virtual Women’s Chamber of Commerce. In 2009 she was named a Twitter Woman to Follow by Only2Clicks.com. She works with solopreneurs, professionals and small businesses in ecommerce, direct sales and retail. Follow Heidi on Google Plus

Before You Take a Roman Holiday
Travel

Before You Take a Roman Holiday

Learn a little about this ancient city and the sites to see. What comes to mind when one thinks of Rome? Probably for some, its an image of the Pope celebrating the Holy Mass within the walls of the Vatican City. For others,  its pictures of the ancient ruins that abound […]

7 Ways To Improve Your Relationship
love and relationships / Love and Romance / Relationships

7 Ways To Improve Your Relationship

Good relationships don’t just happen. People sometimes think that if they have to work at it, then it’s not the right relationship. This could not be farther from the truth, any more than it’s true that you don’t have to work at good physical health through exercise, eating well, and stress […]

The “Do It Yourself” Debt Snowball Method
Budgeting / Financial Planning / Money Saving Tips / Retirement Planning / Wealth & Prosperity

The “Do It Yourself” Debt Snowball Method

The debt snowball method is one of the most effective methods for paying off personal debt, period. Instead of taking a purely logical approach, the debt snowball approach actually makes the whole process of paying off debts much more psychologically easy and satisfying. Here’s how the debt snowball works. An […]

Why The Empty Nest Reality Is Much Less Glum Than The Myth
Home and Family / Parenting / Relationships

Why The Empty Nest Reality Is Much Less Glum Than The Myth

You’re supposed to feel weepy, forsaken and bereft. And maybe you do. Sometimes. Some days. But many parents are realizing that they also feel exhilarated, freer and, yes, sexier, when their kids grow up, leave home and go out on their own. “It might be an empty nest, but there’s […]