Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Burberry Shoes At Zappos

I have five daughters and they all love clothes and shoes, especially anything that's trendy or stylish. My oldest daughter is particularly fond of Burberry shoes and is thinking about getting boots for the winter. She lives on the East Coast so a pair of warm, waterproof boots will help get her through the snowy months.

Since Christmas is approaching I thought I'd shop around online for her gift. The Burberry Mid Sport Weather Boot looks like they'll get her through anything Mother Nature decides to dump on Maryland. They seem warm, waterproof, rugged, and slip proof. Ugh! If I had a dime for every time I slipped on ice!

My middle daughter lives here in Tucson and is more the ballerina shoe type, though she prefers suede to leather. Yes, I know it's all cowhide, but she likes the almost velvet look of suede better than the smooth look of leather. There's a pair of suede ballerina shoes that she'd love to see sitting under the Christmas tree. Maybe I should send my kids a link to some shoes I want as well!

Monday, November 29, 2010

Further Your Education At Walden University

There's no doubt about it, the economy is so bad right now that many people can't make ends meet with their current jobs. That is, if they haven't been laid off already. Years ago all you needed was a high school diploma and you could get a decent education, get an entry level position in a company and work your way up. Employers are pickier now and that high school diploma won't land you any job except maybe one at a fast food place or at a boutique in the mall. How will you support yourself, not to mention your family, on that type of paycheck though?

Although times are hard it's also a time of change and opportunity. You can get a higher education and never have to step foot into a classroom. Keep your current job while planning for a better future when you've gotten your Bachelor's, Master's, or even Doctoral degree at Walden University. They have many degrees in everything from technology or accounting to psychology or health care management. Financial assistance is also available.

You can also visit The Chronicle to get more information on education and career news, facts and figures, advice, and an interactive forum.

Saturday, November 27, 2010

Lose Weight On The HCG Diet

The holidays are here and that means lots of delicious, fattening foods that pile on the pounds faster than lightning.  Chances are, if you're reading this post then you've been on diets before.  Maybe you've lost some weight, only to gain it back and then some.  Let's face it, it's hard to stay on a diet when you feel deprived and miserable!  Enter the HCG diet

On the HCG diet it's possible to lose 1-2 pounds every day.  Best of all, they have a money back guarantee.  If you don't lose weight or if you aren't happy with the results you can get a refund.  But what's it all about?  After all, aren't all diets the same?

This is a homeopathic liquid that you take it 6 times a day to keep your HCG levels constant.  The website says that this constant level of HCG in your system forces your hypothalamus gland to release stored fat on your body.   The hypothalamus gland moderates the thyroid, adrenals, fat storage, and more importantly, your metabolic rate.

Each HCG diet package includes a 4oz bottle of homeopathic HCG, Dr. Simeons "Pounds and Inches" ebook, subscription to the site where you can find recipes, tips and more, a diet protocol, email and phone support, and more.

Lose weight once and for all and keep it off with the HCG diet.   

Looking for new clothes? Black Friday is your best bet.

Authored by Mildred Valdez

There are many times when people see items that they absolutely have to have, but can't afford them. Times are rough in our economy right now, but that doesn't mean you can't afford certain items. Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving Day, is the best time to use your saved money in order to shop for your favorite things! I have learned that by saving a few hundred dollars throughout the year that I would normally spend on clothes for this day benefits me more. I end up getting three or four times the amount of clothes as normal, and a larger variety.

I am not the most fashion conscious person in the world so I always bring my fiancé with me. He is very good at making everybody look their best. When we go to one of the major clothing outlets here in Alaska, he is always with me. I hate when there are tons of people in the dressing rooms, and sometimes the employees are grouchy, but with him there I don't need to worry about dressing rooms. I simply get the clothing that I know will be best and check out at the front. I always make sure to set my home security alarm system(CLICK HERE) before leaving home, though. Black Friday robberies and thefts Are very frequent and being robbed is not a good way to save money!

Sunday, November 21, 2010

Club It Up

The Author of this post is Solomon Dejesus

I have been friends with Mike since he joined the frat last year. He really knows how to have a good time. Last weekend we went out for burgers and I swear, Mike had the whole place laughing it up by the time we left. He is really the life of the party. On Tuesday's we go bowling, Mike really stinks at bowling but it's always a good time.

This year we're going out hunting. I don't know how that's going to go, I don't think I have ever seen Mike be serious. I'm sure camp will be a blast though.

Next year he's moving into the house off campus which will be great. He practically lives here anyway so it's not going to be a whole lot different. He even reminds me to set myAdt security system before I go over to the frat house to visit him.

I don't think I could ask for a better best friend. Mike is the kind of guy that can always make you smile. If you're having a miserable day, Mike will cheer you up. It's just the kind of guy he is. It's great being around someone that always has something good to say.

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Getting Away From the Office for Lunch Helps Break up my Day

Thanks for the guest post by Stanton Johnston

I enjoy my job for the most part, but I do like to get away from my desk when I go for lunch. I usually bring something with me that I can eat at a nearby park. This allows me to be out in the fresh air and away from an office setting for a while. The park also has a nice path running through it that is used by a lot of people during the lunch hour to get some exercise. During the summer months my city's local community park and recreation department will sponsor out to lunch concerts on Wednesday afternoons.

On days when the weather outside is not nice enough to spend time in I enjoy watching satellite tv to take a break from the routine of working. There are a lot of choices available on satellite systems so I can choose to watch something other than the local news channel. If I go home for lunch I will turn on the Direc4U TV while I grab a sandwich and some chips to munch on. Most of my lunch hours I spend with either a coworker or by myself depending on what type of schedule I have for that day.

Friday, November 19, 2010

Thanksgiving Leftovers

Guest post written by Kaylie Pierce

Growing up, I was the only person in my family that would always want to eat leftovers. I would even have to remind my parents not to throw away stuff that I wanted to finish off later. So now I plan a lot for what to do with my own leftovers now that I cook for myself. Sometimes I even cook more than I need to just so I can live off the leftovers for a few days!

So you can probably guess that Thanksgiving is like heaven for me because there are so many leftovers. I've been using my clear 4g to find all these recipes to fix with traditional Thanksgiving leftovers.

But the corner stone of all kinds of Thanksgiving leftovers is leftover turkey because you can just do so much with all of it. Plus, it's almost always what there is the most of left among all the different dishes. I have a lot of leftover recipes and I'm really excited to actually use all of them over the next week.

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Glamorous Housewives

Guest post written by Liz Lynney

Being a stay at home mom isn't all that glamorous, or at least it isn't for me. But if you watched the series Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, you would really think otherwise because all of the women on there are so glamorous. I guess that if I was going to be on TV all the time like that though I would take the extra time to make sure that my hair and makeup looked perfect and also to wear high heels.

But I'm not going to be having any TV cameras on me anytime soon, so I'll just watch them dress up like that in their normal everyday lives, if you could call their lives normal. I've been reading up on them some with my Clear Internet Trenton to figure out more about each of them.

It ends up that one of the Beverly Hills housewives, Kyle, Paris Hilton's aunt and the brunette who isn't from England, was a child star and played the little girl in the original Halloween movie that Jamie Lee Curtis babysat.

Thursday, November 11, 2010

The National Aquarium In Baltimore Maryland

The Author of this post is Jasper Ramsey

If you live in or around Baltimore, Maryland, then you need to go visit the national aquarium. Just don't forget to set your home security alarm ( website) as you head out the door on your way to this really great treat. Even if you aren't the type of person that usually enjoys going to look at a bunch of fish, you owe it to yourself to go check these fish out.

Of course, you don't have to take my word for it but if you don't, you may be sorry in the end. This is because this aquarium is the best the country has to offer, which is what you would expect from the national aquarium though. Regardless of what type of fish you fish aficionados like, you will definitely see them in all their natural beauty here. The national aquarium has worked really hard to make sure of this too. They have also worked really hard to ensure that you aren't just going to be viewing a lot of sharks either. Instead, you will see almost every possible type of fish that you could have ever imagined.

Monday, November 8, 2010

EquiLeads - Financial Service Leads

If you're in the financial service sales business you may find it difficult to dig up new leads. Since many work only on commission, it can be a strain and struggle finding potential mortgage, insurance, and financial service clients.  This is where EquiLeads.com comes in.    They have fresh leads that can help your business and it's free to join. 

During these trying times it seems that life insurance is something a lot of people are looking into.  The clients are there, you just have to reach out to them.  EquiLeads can provide new leads any time you need them, and they're 100% guaranteed.

Have leads to sell?  EquiLeads may be interested in buying them from you. 

They also have an affiliate program.  Why not make a little extra money on the side?  Simply place their ad on your website and every time someone signs up for their service--this includes everything from car insurance to home and car loans--you get money for this new lead.

Whether you're buying or selling financial service leads or want to become part of EquiLeads affiliate program, stop by today for more information.

Used Bookstore Finds

Guest post written by Michaele Smith

Maybe it's because I've been really aware of my budget in the past couple of months because I'm trying to save up to buy a condo, but I've really been reading a lot lately instead of going out and doing things for my entertainment. So I've been really getting a lot of use out of the public library and my favorite used bookstore.
I was trying to come up with some really fun things to read that are still a little spooky for around Halloween with my clear wireless internet New York and got the idea to revisit the Fear Street series by RL Stine that used to be my absolute favorite thing to read.

I'm not really into actual scary things now, maybe it's because i've watched way too many Law and Order episodes. But reading a RL Stine Fear Street book seemed like the perfect thing to do for a fun spooky activity and it was. I ended up going back to my fav book store and buying a few more of the books from the series.

Friday, November 5, 2010

Our Family Camping Trip

Guest post written by my buddy Catherine Grant

We had pitched our tent a few days ago in the garden to check it was all there, tried the gas stove and bought new batteries for the torches, me and the boys were now ready for our little camping trip. We have planned this trip for months, even bought a compass and new sleeping bags, it is a trip to help the boys become men.

The idea is to camp in some open field next to a river, only a few miles away, the boys will make a small fire and I am going to teach them how to catch fish, and cook them on an open fire. I know there is a farm near there and we should be able to get some eggs and milk from the farmer. The woods are full of raspberry bushes and other fruits, with some nut trees, so hopefully we won't go hungry. But just in case, I have packed a few cans of food and a can opener.

One idea I have, is to teach the boys how to collect rain water, mainly for cooking or a cup of tea, but also to practice in case there is ever an emergency. But the last thing I must do before we head off, is to ensure that I have set our ADT Alarm, you never know.