Here's a list of web links that are useful or amusing or both. Email me with your favorite finds and if I add them you’ll be credited for the find.

Another Girl At Play — Contains helpful information and links for artists and small business owners.

Barbara Sher — A great place to go for practical, down-to-earth advice about life planning and a forum full of supporters.

FlyLady.net — Laugh the clutter right out of your environment with this practical organizing site.

Minnie Pauz — Reached that wonderful stage of adult development? You need the laughs and good advice you’ll find here.

JobStar Central — Although the job listings are for California, this site has excellent resources including information about careers in a wide variety of fields, resume and interview tips and answers to those difficult job search questions like salary negotiation.

Occupational Outlook Handbook — This site contains excerpts from the massive Occupational Outlook Handbook. This is not exciting reading, but you can find an excellent overview of fields you’ve never even thought of. Check out the related job titles at the end of many listings.

idealist.org — One-stop shopping if you’re looking for a career, an event, a volunteer experience or a consultant in any non-profit area anywhere in the world.

SelfGrowth.com — SelfGrowth.com is the most complete guide to information about Self -Improvement, Personal Growth and Self Help on the Internet. It is designed to be an organized directory, with articles and references to thousands of other Web Sites on the World Wide Web.

The Florence Art Guide — It’s enough to make you look for your passport … take a quick trip to Florence, Italy without leaving home.

Best Of Sicily — Another mini-vacation.

kissthisguy.com — Here’s where to find those song lyrics you’re sure you misheard.

time and date.com — This is a good place to check before placing international calls – or if you keep forgetting what time it is where your friends and relatives are.

You see things; and you say, 'Why?' But I dream things that never were; and I say, "Why not?"

- George Bernard Shaw