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Wednesday, November 30, 2005

Great Food Recipes

Do you ever get tired of cooking the same meals over and over? Check out Recipes On The Go. This is another great food recipe site. I have been trying to add a recipe a day for the last month or so. In the future, I am going to add slow cooker recipes otherwise known as crockpot recipes and some really good chocolate chip cookie recipes. With the holidays coming, it will be fun to try some of these really good recipes. Enjoy.

Sunday, November 27, 2005

MP3 Players

Had the great opportunity of shopping for the MP3 players and accesories this weekend. Sure they're going to be a hot item and the insurance for a happy holiday is to purchase early. The one we purchased was the iPod Mini. Don't forget, when you're dealing with children it's best to get them something a little bigger rather than the smallest.... mini vs. nano.

Tuesday, November 22, 2005

XBox Mania

I happen to pick up this mornings newspaper, XBox mania. The XBox is now available in stores. I can't remember when people actually packed a sleeping bag and lined up outside the local Wal-Mart at midnight two days before a new item hit the market! Oh, maybe I do. Cabbage Patch dolls, back in the 80's. What a frenzy! The stores most likely will only get oh, let's say, a dozen and a half or so units to sell. Is that fair to the consumer? Especially, a month before the holidays? Come on where is the marketing ploy in that one. You mean to tell me that these huge corporations can't plan any better than that. You won't find me standing in line for anything. Happy Holidays. (P.S. Shopping online is so much easier!) Check out my other sites.
Please come visit Recipes On The Go, Greeting Cards Central and No Cost MP3 Music. Please visit often.

Monday, November 21, 2005

E-Greetings Saves the Day

Did you forget to send your mother-in law a birthday card. Well, get on that computer and send her an e-greeting or e-card. Who needs to support Hallmark or American Greetings any more? You don't know how many times, the card has never made it to the mailbox. There are so many options through the Internet to send those happy birthday, anniversary, get well, sympathy and holiday greetings to all you beloved loved ones! Go for it, set your reminders in Outlook and with the click of a button send your love! Happy Holidays

Saturday, November 19, 2005

NBA Dress Code

OK, so they want all the pro-athletes to look like businessmen. I agree. The NBA dress code request I believe is a legit request. With the youth of this society looking up to these NBA athletes as role models, I believe that they should start behaving and dressing like they are serious about their postion in the NBA world. After all, those NBA athletes are getting very hefty salaries and they should dress respectfully as a result of it. I don't think I could get away with showing up for work at my place of employment with oversized clothing that hung to my knees and 100#s of jewelry around my neck. If that is the way they want to dress on their own time so be it. The NBA should require the players to dress respectfully and tastefully while on the clock.

Friday, November 18, 2005

Chocolate Fountains!

Happen to be at a wedding reception this past weekend. Wow, a chocolate fountain, dripping with lucious liquid chocolate with a heaping bowl of strawberries just begging to be dipped. Now you can purchase a home version of these chocolate fountains. How seductive could that be owning a chocolate fountain in your home? Check out some recipes at Recipes On The Go. I noticed that following one of the links for cooking items there is one for sale. Would be a great Christmas present for my husband!

Thursday, November 17, 2005

TiVo Is The Best

Just subscribed to TiVo. TiVo sure does make a difference in the time you spend watching a program or movie at home on your local cable listings. My family spends many hours manipulating the TiVo at our house. Thinking about switching from the old fashion VCR record mode to TiVo? Hands down TiVo is the better setup! Try it, you'll be amazed.

Wednesday, November 16, 2005

iPod Frenzy

The believe the best gift for teenagers this Christmas will be the iPod. The popularity of this little creature has exploded. I happened to purchase the iPod for my son for his birthday this past fall. The iPod has become his best friend. Look for the deals, they are many and frequent. iPod accessories make good stocking stuffers too!

Tuesday, November 15, 2005

Iris Scans Faster, Better than Fingerprints

Posted on Tue, Nov. 15, 2005
Iris scans faster, better than fingerprints
Summit eyes new I.D. systemDigital info will tie into national database of missing kidsBy Ed MeyerBeacon Journal staff writer The Summit County Sheriff's Office expects to have a new identification system operational next month for cases involving missing children, runaways and the ailing elderly, authorities said.
It is based on digital photographs of the composition of the iris, the colored portion of the eye, and is far more accurate and speedy than conventional fingerprint identification.
The equipment -- a digital camera connected to identification software in a laptop computer system -- was unveiled in a news conference Monday at the sheriff's training center in Green.
Sheriff Drew Alexander and Akron police Chief Michael Matulavich said both agencies will use the system in conjunction with a nationwide program called the Children's Identification and Location Database, known as the CHILD Project.
Cost of the portable equipment, which is so compact it can fit in a standard-size laptop case, is about $25,000 and will be split among the Sheriff's Office, the Akron Police Department, the Summit County Prosecutor's Office, Summit County Juvenile Court and the Children Services Board, Chief Sheriff's Deputy Larry Givens said.
Givens said participation in the identification process is voluntary; the system should be up and running at an area shopping mall within several weeks.
Similar iris identification systems already are being used at London's Heathrow Airport and Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam, Netherlands, which links many of the major cities in Europe.
Sean Mullin, president and chief executive officer of the CHILD Project, based in Plymouth, Mass., said Summit County law enforcement agencies will be the first to use such a system in Ohio.
Within seven years, Mullin said, the organization hopes to have as many as 5 million iris photos in the database of the National Missing Children Organization and Center for Missing Adults in Phoenix.
Law enforcement agencies using the system would be able to quickly access the database to obtain a positive identification of a missing child or adult, Mullin said.
If, for example, the person's iris ID photos were contained in the national database, Mullin said, law enforcement officials would be able to take new photos and obtain a positive identification within three to five seconds.
The system is so easy to operate, a child simply sits down and looks into a digital camera mounted at eye level. The camera takes a digital photo of each iris, then transfers the images into a laptop software system for copying and transmission to the national database.
To demonstrate the efficiency of the system, a 3-year-old daughter of one of the officers at the news conference followed an operator's instructions easily.
About 2,000 children are reported missing each day nationwide, Mullin said. The national database is growing weekly and currently has approximately 20,000 iris photos, he said.
Mullin said the system, now in use in 17 states, is so accurate, it captures more than 230 identification characteristics in each iris and can even differentiate between identical twins.
``When you see (a photo) blown up,'' Mullin said, ``it's like a beautiful sunflower.''
Police officials from Bath, Fairlawn, New Franklin, Norton, Richfield, Tallmadge and Twinsburg also attended the news conference.
Alexander said anyone seeking additional information about the program should call the Sheriff's Office at 330-643-2122.
Ed Meyer can be reached at 330-996-3784 or emeyer@thebeaconjournal.com

Monday, November 14, 2005

Recipes on the Run

I’ve been searching for recipes for the holidays. Found a few I might just try. Check out http://www.elise.com/recipes/archives/thanksgiving You can’t go wrong. Elise has many great recipes for whatever occasion you are hosting. This is one site I will return to!

10 Tips to stretch Your Holiday Dollar

The holidays are almost upon us and that means spending. The National Retail Federation estimates that the average consumer plans to spend $738.11 this season, up 5.1 percent from last year. Visa USA research estimates $931.
Here are some tips to help you stretch your holiday dollar so you're not
crying over your bills in January.


Start shopping now.
Shopping early will protect you from impulse or last-minute buys, which are often expensive. Make a budget, write out your list – and stick to it.
Cut down on your discretionary spending.
Skip the daily latte or pack your lunch. If you skip your $3 morning latte, you'll
save $15 a week and $105 by Christmas.

Use cash to control your spending.
If you don't pay off your credit card each month, buy your gifts using cash and leave the credit cards at home. This will force you to budget and make overspending more obvious. Last year, 25.9 percent of consumers paid for their holiday purchases by cash, 34.7 percent by debit or check card and 29.5 percent paid by credit card. Check payers were 9.9 percent of holiday shoppers, according to the National Retail Federation.

Turn in reward points for gifts.
Cash in your reward points for presents such as gift cards. Cash in your airline frequent flier miles for magazine subscriptions and other gifts.

Use credit judiciously.
If you do use credit responsibly, paying with credit can also be a gift to you, if you have a credit card that accumulates rewards. Keep a runny tally of what you're charging so you won't be surprised by a huge credit card bill. Shop with no more than two credit cards, preferably low-interest rate cards and not the expensive department store cards.

Check company perks.
Check with your company's human resources department to see if your company has any partnerships with retailers for employee discounts. But make sure you check to see if purchases must be used by the employee, or can be given as a gift.

Be careful when accepting tempting offers such as skip a payment, buy now and pay later.
Taking advantage of a creditor's offer to skip a payment doesn't make any headway on your debt. In the end, your creditors are getting a present from you. If you go for a deferred payment plan, make sure you pay off your balance before the
due date, or you'll be paying a lot in interest. Lots of retailers offer discounts if you open a credit card. If you plan to pay that off right away, you can consider it,
but also know that opening a lot of credit cards will affect your credit score.

Turn your loose change into gifts.
The average American has $99 in spare change lying around the house, according to Coinstar, which operates the self-service coin counting machines at many Akron area grocery stores. Normally, Coinstar charges an 8.9 percent processing fee
to turn your loose coins into cash. But you can get the full value of your coins if you
request a gift certificate to Amazon.com. In the Akron area, you can get the Amazon.com e-certificate (you'll get a code to use when you shop online) at all
participating Giant Eagle stores. Area Acme stores with the Coinstar machines should also be ready this week, according to Coinstar and Acme.

Don't forget to calculate the extras.
When you're budgeting for gifts, don't forget to include taxes, gift-wrapping and
shipping costs. According to Visa USA Research, less than 21 percent of consumers plan for ‘‘incidental’’ expenses such as postage, greeting cards and wrapping paper.

Ship presents early.
Ship early to avoid steepovernight charges. Comparisonshop for shipping. If you know the dimensions and weight of the package, you can comparison shop online.
Some companies will pick up your package for free. If you can ship your package
in a flat-rate envelope or small box (it's pretty small for gifts, perhaps the size of a shirt box), then you can ship anything up to 70 pounds for $3.85 for the envelope and $7.70 for the box. Priority mail gifts must be shipped by Dec. 21 to ensure delivery by Christmas.



SOURCES: Myvesta.org,
Coinstar, Institute of Consumer
Financial Education, Bankrate.com,
Visa USA, U.S. Postal Service
Knight-Ridder/Tribune file photos
By Betty Lin Fisher
Beacon Journal business writer

Sunday, November 13, 2005

Recipes by the Dozens

What a great resource when you're tired of thinking about planning a meal. Recipes are just abundant through the Internet. Searched for recipes 3 times this week, because my brain just couldn't do it. After 26+ years of marriage, and that means 26+ years of cooking, it's nice to know that individuals share there lifelong favorites with those who sometimes are tired of planning week to week meals. Thank goodness for recipes over the Internet.

Friday, November 11, 2005

Entertainment Discount Book

The Entertainment Discount Book saves you hundreds. Just received my new 2006 Entertainment Discount Book. Sure a lot of people purchase the new Entertainment Discount Book and then forget about it during the year. Not me! There are savings on just about everything you can imagine. Car Rental, dining, shows, tire, car washes, trips, hotels, the list goes on and on. You can purchase at Borders Books & Music. http://entertainment.com/ Don’t miss out purchase yours today.

LeBron James the King!

A switch in gears here for a moment. LeBron James the King, Cavaliers basketball player from my home town. You have to wonder how this young man at the young age of 20 is holding up in the big bad world of NBA basketball. Read an article about him the other day. I have seen, read, and heard about his life since he was a junior in high school. I believe that this young man so far, into his second year of the NBA and making millions of dollars, just might be on the right track. Saw him in an interview with Oprah a few weeks back. Not quite sure he's ready for Hollywood, but he sure has matured in a fast way. He recently purchased $180,000.00 of supplies and food from the local Sam's Club in Akron, OH (his hometown) to assist in the Katrina relief efforts. He hosted a children's bike-a-thon type fundraiser this past summer in Akron. He visits local schools and speaks to the children of the area. This is just a few of the community related programs he has volunteered his time, money, and energy to give back to his hometown. Keep up the good work LeBron!

Thursday, November 10, 2005

Bracelets

Bracelets.  Red bands for courage. Yellow bands for live strong. Black ones for the Army. Pink ones for support of breast cancer cure.   All of these are great visuals.  You don’t have to ask which is that one for.  Just about everyone are wearing them.  Do your part support your cause, whatever it may be and God Bless America.

All-Inclusive Vacations the Way to Go

As I drive to work today, most the beautiful autumn leaves are on the ground.  I keep thinking of the vacation my husband wants to go on.  We only do all-inclusive packages and it is usually to the sunny, hot, white beaches.  Yes, you guessed it, the Caribbean.  You can’t go wrong with all-inclusive plans.  I just wish there were more offerings.  All transportation, lodging, food and beverage are included.  Unlimited food and beverages!  It’s a deal.  Try it you’ll like it.

Wednesday, November 09, 2005

Pirates Chasing Cruiseliners

Pirates on the open seas?  Did you ever believe that in todays day and age that we would be reading of pirates attacking cruise ships.  On the waters just off Somolia, there have been several reportings of pirates chasing cruiseliners.  Just be aware that before you book any wonderful cruise vacation you know exactly where your ship will be visiting.  In the light of all the terrorism happening in this world whether it be in the US, France and now off the waters of Africa.  Plan ahead, investigate and be safe.

Online Casino Delights

Casino delight.  So you sit at your computer for 18 hours a day.  Get tired of working?  So you surf the net and discover the new world of online casino games.  The kids are now spending lots of time playing the online casino games.  Research shows that a majority of the teeny boppers spend many hours a week playing the online casino games.  No wonder our children have difficulties in society.

Tuesday, November 08, 2005

Use Google Options for Easy Money

Do you want to get the most from your Blog?  Well, if you’re just in writing a journal fine.  But you might as well maximize your time.  Take advantage of adding all the Google options to your blog.  Use the newest of all features, referrals.  This was just added as an option this month.  Jump on the band wagon and insert those codes.  You will see a difference in your reports immediately.  Oh, and don’t forget to add the search option and also the adsense.  Check it out.  There’s lots of information on the web to give you lots of more interesting ideas too!

My Dog


Got a new dog a couple of years ago. Have always had a pet dog. This time it was a jack russell terrier. After, many years of breeding a black lab with 3 litters, only by accident not planned, decided to get a smaller dog. We moved from a home in the woods with a couple of acres to a postage size lot so we downsized in pets too! Well let me tell you, what a surprise. Thought the jack russell wouldn't shed. Wrong. I think I got ripped off. This dog looks like a cross between a jack russell (has the speed) and a tall beagle. Oh well, he's a great dog. Very possessive, but loves to run and play with tennis balls, frisbees, etc.

Online Banking Capabilities

Online banking not only allows to pay your bills online, but it also gives you the ability to  transfer your account information into the more popular financial management programs for your personal tracking use.  While then in turn, gives you the capability to prepare your income taxes with this information.  I’m talking about the use of Money or even Quicken software.  So, come December of every year, if you have chosen to download your online banking accounts into one of the aforementioned programs you have most of your figuring done for that wonderful report to Uncle Sam.  Check it out with your local banking institution.

Ecommerce Saves Money

OK, so you love to sit at your computer. Just the perferct timing for the holiday shopping season. Start now. Ecommerce has made my holiday shopping days so easy. What major shopping establishment doesn't have a website? Well, go for it, start your surfing you won't believe the money you will save. Deals are plenty and there are no lines to wait in.

Monday, November 07, 2005

Blogger for Word

Blogger for Word

OK, just installed Blogger for Word, just testing this baby out.  Am trying to figure out if I really know what I am doing, but I think so.  Been interested in this kind of thing for a long time.  Working from the comforts of my home.  OK, just a test, we’ll see.

Make $$ With Online Surveys

I, too, like all those other women on this wonderfull planet want to make money using the Internet. I signed up the PaidSurveys. com for a small fee. Well, let me tell you, I will be asking for a refund. I have been a member now 10 days and have been asked to be entered into every give-away possible. I have not yet seen a survey online that is willing to pay cash. Beware of those I'll pay to you to take surveys from home offers. You're better off joining Google Adsense and writing blogs all day like the rest of us.

All-Inclusive Vacations Easy to Discover

The last all-inclusive vacation my husband and I took was absolutely wonderful. We have had the oppportunity to have at least five all-inclusive vacations in the past 10 years. With and without the kids, all-inclusive vacations are the way to go. You ask what is included? For just one price, you receive your flight (round-trip), all your lodging, all your food, all your beverages (alcohol included), your taxi fees to and from the airport! It is awesome. The amentities are just wonderful. Usually, the weather is perfect. So, if you are planning a trip for the winter, check out your all-inclusive options before you finally book your trip. You won't be sorry!

Online Banking Saves You $$

Just updated my online banking account. Figured that completing my through my online banking not only saves me money in stamps, cost of checks etc. It also saves me from driving to and from the bank to wait in line and complete those transactions. My life is becoming so technical. My pay is direct deposited, I use online banking for paying my bills and can even arrange them to be paid on a day a week or so down the road. So I only need to pay bills about twice a month. Try it. Check out your local online banking program, it's well worth it.

Saturday, November 05, 2005

Invisible Fences a Great Buy

Installed an invisible fence a few months ago, what a great purchase. Hav a jack russell dog who loves to run. As soon as you turn your back, he's gone. An invisible fence finally was the solution. Did my search through google and determined that was the way to go. Found a great buy through google for our invisible fence.

Friday, November 04, 2005

Remember the important things

When things in your life seem almost too much to handle, when 24 hours in a day are not enough, remember the mayonnaise jar (I prefer Miracle Whip) and the 2 cups of coffee. (Decaf?)

A professor stood before his philosophy class and had some items in front of him. When the class began, he wordlessly picked up a very large and empty mayonnaise jar and proceeded to fill it with golf balls. He then asked the students if the jar was full. They agreed that it was. The professor then picked up a box of pebbles and poured them into the jar. He shook the jar lightly. The pebbles rolled into the open areas between the golf balls. He then asked the students again if the jar was full. They agreed that it was. The professor next picked up a box of sand and poured it into the jar. Of course, the sand filled up everything else. He asked once more if the jar was full. The students responded with a unanimous “yes.” The professor then produced two cups of coffee from under the table and poured the entire contents into the jar effectively filling the empty space between the sand. The students laughed. “Now,” said the professor as the laughter subsided, “I want you to recognize that this jar represents your life. The golf balls are important things—God, your family, your children, your health, your friends and your favorite passions—and if everything else was lost and only they remained, your life would still be full. The pebbles are the other things that matter like your job, your house and your car. The sand is everything else-the small stuff.” “If you put the sand into the jar first,” he continued, “there is no room for the pebbles or the golf balls. The same goes for life. If you spend all your time and energy on the small stuff you will never have room for the things that are important to you. “Pay attention to the things that are critical to your happiness. Play with your children. Take time to get medical checkups. Take your spouse out to dinner. Play another 18. There will always be time to clean the house and fix the disposal. Take care of the golf balls first—the things that really matter. Set your priorities. The rest is just sand.” One of the students raised her hand and inquired what the coffee represented. The professor smiled. “I’m glad you asked. It just goes to show that no matter how full your life may seem, there’s always room for a couple of cups of coffee with a friend.”

Home Mortgages

Well, if you are fortunate enough to employed let's hope you can afford a home of your own. As I tell my children (in their early twenties) it is to your benefit to become gainfully employed so that you are able to set your life up financially so that it benefits you not the other guy. OK so you can afford a home, have a little downpayment so mortgage the home for 30 years to start. You won't be there forever, almost a given. Good luck, happy home buying.

Digital Cameras-What a Great Purchase

Just bought myself a digital camera. I figured it was about time I got with the program that everyone else is on. Had the opportunity to drive cross country a few months ago and of course I had the camera then. I took so many wonderful pictures of our beautiful country it was amazing. I was so impressed with the quality of this camera. I took a picture of Mount Hood in Oregon that was so clear that I had it blown up to 16X20 by Kodak online processing. What a great ease in ordering pictures! Also, took a bunch of my son's soccer game. He plays college soccer and you know how sports shots can be difficult to get good pictures. WOW, got some awesome pictures. The holidays are coming make sure you have a digital camera in your household.

Thursday, November 03, 2005

Childhood Obesity

Research has proven that the more idle you allow your children to be the chance of them becoming overweight is greater. Children need to be taught how to eat and exercise properly. If the adults in the household eat everything in sight and don't eat healthy how are the children suppose to learn. Also, the television and video games, turn them off. Make it a family affair, cleaning up the yard, or hiking, or cleaning the house, or playing games, etc. Common sense tells you, the more active the more fit you and your family will be. Monitor those snacks. Water is a great drink! Well, I have said my peace.

Will Nexum be the next Vioxx

Ok, let's admit to this. Everyone has seen the advertisements for the little "purple pill" Nexium on the television, in magazines, on buses, and probably have gotten free sample offers in the mail. With all the news and litigation going on for Vioxx the product by Merck Inc. you have to wonder if maybe this little purple pill will be next. Maybe just a few years down the road it will be the next little pill to do more damage than good.

Wednesday, November 02, 2005

State Dept. of Education Website-Great Resources

Do you have schoolage children? In todays day and age, it is so important for parents to be a part of their childrens education. So many parents neglect their children when it comes to education. It is so easy for them to just get them out the door in the morning and put them to bed at night. I live in Ohio and the website for the Ohio State Dept. of Education has so many valuable resources. It has not only the state wide Academic Content Standards which is the curriculum mapped out for the state but also all kinds of practice assessments for students to use. These websites should be part of every parents favorites lists. Sure you get most the information from your childrens school that you need to know. But the real guts of it you can do a little research yourself and be such a postive influence on your childrens education. Check it out. www.ode.state.oh.us

Supreme Court Choices

It seems that our devote President Bush sure has a full plate these days. Not only is the conflict in Iraq a full-time job for him, but now with having to pick a new nominee for the Supreme Court, will he be able to handling this too? It sure did happen pretty fast. What was it 2-3 days after Ms. Mier backed out that he had a new pick, interesting. Time will tell where our country will be in 5 years. This might be scary!

Birthdays!

Well, today in my husband's 40 something birthday. I don't think he would appreciate me telling the whole world that it's his birthday. But, he sur has come around. He had a real difficult time with his thirtyth birthday. It seems like he finally realized exactly what he had in life these last twenty some years. His temper has disappeared. He is much more caring and loving. And, he helps me out a whole lot more these days. I guess maybe I can call this a maturity thing. Well, anyway, I'm glad he is who he is. Happy Birthday to all those that share today.

Online Banking The Greatest

A few years ago when online banking became available I jumped at the chance to sign up. What do my banking from my computer, it great. No more paying for checks, stamps, envelopes etc. (at least not at the monthly rate I was!)
Online banking allows you to set up scheduled payments that you pay every month as well as others that you only pay a few times a year. What a great service not available. Check it out through you local community banks!

Online Trading

Did you ever think you would be a stockbroker. Just imagine having the opportunity at your fingertips. In todays e-world, people are able to make millions in the click of a button. You just sign up for any of the trading companies and you're on your way. You do have to have some knowledge regarding stocks to really be successful. Start small with a few bucks, trade for a while and build your own little empire. Good luck!

Gasoline Discount Cards-Well Worth Savings

Now that the prices at the gas pumps are starting to settle down, I still believe the offers the gas companies make pay off. Like the gas gift cards that offer you 5-7 cents off per gallon. OK so you have to pay up front for the discount but who cares, in the long run you still save more. In todays day and age, you have to use every resource available to maximize your spending and minimize your debt.

Tuesday, November 01, 2005

Vacations-Seductive and Romantic

Over the past 10 years, my husband and I have had the opportunity to treat ourselves to some wonderful all-inclusive vacations, just he and I, and NO kids. What a wonderful way to renew those flaming romantic feelings for one another. We've gone to Bermuda, Cancun, and the best Punta Cana. The latter being the most romatic of all. All-inclusive vacations with your spouse gives you the stressfree lifestyle that you wish upon daily. Sure being away from the house, the job, the kids...it should be the most stressful opportunity around. Try it, it will work for you too!

American Cars-Let's Keep It In USA

Americans should support Americans. What a statement. The car purchasing of the American people should keep it here in America. Sure the out lying countries are not as advanced as America, but we are blessed with the ability to live here, raise our family, support our families, so we should fight to keep the economy here in America. Buy American, keep in the U.S. of A. God Bless Our Country!

Poker Anyone?

As I sit here flipping through the channels, I come upon that wonderful WSTOP channel. I started watching this about 2-3 years ago when my oldest son was in college. I am definately a hands-on learner. Just by watching this tournament, I taught myself how to play the infamous "Texas Hold-um" game. Another theraputic session for me. Check it out, college kids hopping on line and entering tournaments only to progress to the next level. TV-WSTOP!!!!

Keywords a Plus

I am brand new at this wonderful opportunity. I am still trying to increase my earnings the best I can. I've been doing some research regarding keyword and the this called the Internet. Sure, sounds like what you learned in computer 101. You gotta give yourself some credit by figuring this game out on your own and jumping on the band wagon. Keywords are crutial to being successful at this work from home and become a millionaire opportunity. Good luck to all.

Equity Line Pay Off

A few years ago, my husband and I decided to take a risk. We used our equity line account to purchase depressed/repossessed real estate. We would spend a few months working to fix them up. Paint, carpet, siding, kitchens, etc. and the homes looked brand new. Instead of renting these homes like we had done in the past, we decided to sell them. What a profit! We paid off the equity line and started all over again.