The Handbook For Living series is in development by Pauline Wiser

Handbook For Living will share with you the best expert tips on how to survive and thrive in life.

The first book in the series will be How To Feel Better In A Crazy World. Other books will focus on individual topics. Plus, an all-encompassing almanac called The Quintessential Playbook will ultimately follow.

Pauline Wiser - the founder of Wisertree - is hard at work on a new book series. She's been collecting data for decades for this series. What kind of data? You name it! Anything and everything that might affect a person's success (or failure) in life.

Now, more than ever, life is so complicated that it feels like there are landmines (so to speak) that keep us from having a decent life.

And it's not our imagination. With rapidly expanding population, it really does boil down to the "fittest" getting all the spoils. And the rest of people just get what comes to them... which is not much these days.

Making a wrong choice as we journey through life can cost us in big ways. The book series aims to reduce those errors by giving you some insight *before* you make a wrong choice.

It's often been said that "life doesn't come with a manual"! But the author aims to change that!

Updates will be posted here on this website. Stay tuned!

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Success secrets from experts and people who've learned the hard way. Topics cover circumstances in life, home, finance, health, fitness, relationships, personality, safety, family, career and more...

Searching for the missing links
that make life worth living

Financial options, tax tips, investor news, capital funding, estate planning, asset and wealth management, money saving, banking security, investment strategies, credit cards, credit scores, salary negotiation.

Caring for your body to enhance satisfaction and longevity

Weight loss secrets and inspirational stories

Modern parenting challenges and solutions

Get Help. Be Prepared.
Resources and warnings that might save your life in a critical moment. The things you wish you knew before crisis hit you.

After the storm but still in a pandemic. How can we climb back to productivity while facing the risks? Challenges, solutions and evolving knowledge of COVID-19 worldwide

The latest news and research that affects
your health and the healthcare industry

Dating, romance, sex, love, marriage, breakups ~ making it work

Finding friends, how to keep them, appreciating
them and benefits of being a good friend

Comforts of home life + managing your household and garden

Handbook for all the stuff that affects a woman's life

All the stuff that guys like, or need to know for a better quality of life

Vitality and dignity from retirement to sunset years. 50+ #boomer #retirement-planning #estate-planning #hobbies #gardening

The world according to highly sensitive people (HSP), empaths, and survivors of PTSD or childhood trauma

Nutrients, sustenance, and food as medicine

Collection of our favorite recipes, best cooking appliances, and tips on optimizing your time in the kitchen or grocery shopping

Tips and tricks to save time, do it better, get there faster, save money, improve your satisfaction! Get “wiser hacks” so you too can be the hero who saves the day!

Career, freelance, side gigs and the gig economy…
whatever it takes to make a buck!

Entrepreneurial and corporate ventures, owning, operating, startups, VCs, IPOs, funding, hiring, leadership techniques, managing people, decision-making, innovation, invention, lateral thinking (ways to see problems from unique angles)

For a bunch more, check this out…

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Your lifeline to navigate invisible illness ~ helping you create a “safe zone” to endure mystery health problems while waiting for a medical verdict. Even if your diagnosis is pending or there is no cure, you can still take control of your own health, safety and symptoms

End of life, near-death experiences (NDE),
dying, death, grieving, and the afterlife