Archive for November, 2011
  • Business World
    Posted November 29th, 2011 at 9:23 pm
    Guest written by our friend Gladys Fuentes I didn’t know a think about business when I took over my brother’s real estate firm but I did know real estate. I was the best guy in town for finding you a great short sale or foreclosure but what John needed was for me to manage the office as well as get everything else in order. I just had no idea, to be honest with you, that there was so much involved from small business xo to taxes to employees not getting along – it was like any little is...
  • The Final Countdown
    Posted November 24th, 2011 at 11:22 pm
    Time is quickly running out for people who have passed college age and are still lacking high education, because the world we are living in is heavily favoring the ones with a degree. A better paycheck, job security and an overall feeling of joy and success are just a few of the benefits that come from enrolling in online colleges. These institutions resemble traditional ones, but they have the benefit of revolving around the student’s timetable not the other way around. The number of peop...
  • Some Things Can’t Wait
    Posted November 23rd, 2011 at 7:43 pm
    We go to work knowing that once or twice each month we will receive the paycheck we are entitled to, and we are counting on it to cover all expenses. Sometimes though we are confronted with emergencies that require immediate funding and on occasions like these, we are forced to look for sources of financing. There is no way to postpone the payments until the salary day and most alternatives are either too complicated or too expensive on the long run. Payday loans are none of this and for those w...
  • The Good Stuff
    Posted November 23rd, 2011 at 6:54 pm
    When you hear a friend saying how happy he is with his last purchase and how it changed his life, you might be a bit shocked to learn that he is talking about garage cabinets. People are usually taking these objects lightly and underestimate their role, because they don’t like to accept the fact that garages have long lost their meaning. In many cases, these spaces where traditionally a car was kept, have become the home of appliances and instruments that everyone except for the owners wou...
  • A Future Project
    Posted November 19th, 2011 at 7:15 pm
    We have traded our freedom for stability and comfort, even though humans were meant to roam freely and indulge in a nomadic lifestyle that has many satisfactions. It is of course a fair trade that allowed us to evolve as a species, but today we can enjoy once again the freedom that we were meant for, without any sacrifices. By simply taking a look at the caravans for sale, one will surely realize how much he is missing and how much better his life can become virtually overnight. The reasona...
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