“Phases and stages, circles and cycles, and scenes that we’ve all seen before. Let me tell you some more.” —Willie Nelson
You may be asking yourself how a post on going paperless fits on a travel blog. To that I would answer that one of the biggest advantages to going paperless is access to personal and financial documents on any computer or mobile device – anytime, anywhere.
In America, the day after Thanksgiving is called “Black Friday” – the first day of the Christmas shopping season, and a chance for retailers to move into “the black” financially. Folks wait in long lines at ungodly hours for the chance to get great deals on special merchandise.
Each year 45% of Americans, or 142,000,000 people make New Year’s resolutions, according to statisticbrain.com. Obviously, people feel strongly about resolutions … making them that is. Keeping them, well that’s another story.
Our living room used to be pretty bleak. Dark and dreary with bare concrete floors. But as the saying goes, “It had good bones.”
In the search for new digs, sometimes you stumble across a place that just “feels right” – it’s you. There’s an instant recognition of where your stuff will go and how
There he is, The Perfect Man, dangling by a silver wire. The Hindus define the Perfect Man as the perfect Brother, the perfect Son, and the perfect Husband. I like that. So why in the world would we want to hang him? Because it’s tradition! Last week we took time out of our renovation work …