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Professional organizer Eileen Roth and Elizabeth Miles, coauthors of Organizing For Dummies®, teach college students how to organize their dorm rooms so that they can live and study stress-free.
The Last Great Fundraising Opportunity: Study Shows How Identity Can Help Charities Increase Legacy Giving
Legacy giving should be a key focus for charity fundraising, say the authors of a study published in Psychology & Marketing. The study uses dimensional qualitative research to reveal how charities need to understand the motivational role of identity to increase access to the $23 billion which is inherited through wills every year.
For those looking to improve their mental skills, authors Ron and Marty Hale-Evans deliver a witty, compelling, and action-oriented cache of personal productivity tips and techniques in Mindhacker: 60 Tips, Tricks, and Games to Take Your Mind to the Next Level
To help navigate the process, Job Searching with Social Media For Dummies covers all of the most popular social media sites, such as Google, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, ZoomInfo, and more
Student's Vegetarian Cookbook For Dummies offers the growing population of vegetarian students instruction and recipes for fast and fun vegetarian cooking.
A recent study appearing in the journal Applied Cognitive Psychology suggests that there are factors that can significantly influence our free will without us even knowing it.
A practical guide to the basics—from chords and strumming patterns to guidance on finger-picking.
The only modern guide to interpreting and writing real property descriptions for surveyors
Why does the recovery from post-bubble recessions tend to take so long and why do government policies that can work well against normal recessions have trouble speeding up the recovery process after an asset-price bubble collapses?
Library Wins More Than 1,800 Dummies Books
Titles written by industry experts provide essential guidance, tips and techniques to help users get the most from Mac OS X Lion
Dr. Alan L Rubin’s Vitamin D For Dummies is a timely resource to in understanding how the vitamin works, how much is needed for disease prevention, how and where to get sufficient amounts of the right kind of Vitamin D, and how to maintain healthy levels.
Using interviews with unconventional entrepreneurs, the author's own wide-ranging experience with weird jobs, and extensive research, Steve Gillman's new book 101 Weird Ways to Make Money: Cricket Farming, Repossessing Cars, and Other Jobs With Big Upside and Not Much Competition reveals fun, sometimes dirty, occasionally dangerous, yet incredibly profitable jobs and businesses.
Structure 44, LLC, license owner of Defensive Driving For Dummies™, has partnered with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Texas by committing up to 2 percent of profits annually to the nationally recognized mentoring program.
For writers looking for tips of the trade, Writing Young Adult Fiction For Dummies® features essential information and steps necessary to write a fiction book for young adults, from developing an idea to publication.
Today Structure 44, LLC announced it has expanded its online offering of Defensive Driving For Dummies™ and Traffic School For Dummies™ to include California and Arizona.
The Way You Relate To Your Partner Can Affect Your Long-Term Mental and Physical Health, Study Shows
The potentially lasting implications of day-to-day couple conflict on physical and mental well-being are revealed in a study published today in the journal Personal Relationships.
Titles written by leading experts provide useful guidance, tutorials and tips to help users get the most from the iPad
To reflect the latest developments in the sport, this fourth edition includes coverage of pro football's realignment, officiating and instant replay, college football's Bowl Championship Series, and new coaches and stars.
In Stem Cells For Dummies®, authors Lawrence S.B. Goldstein, PhD, and Meg Schneider present the latest unbiased facts on the science and discuss the hope of what's to come.