Getting away keeps stress at bay, boosts the brain, helps families
1. You Will Live Longer
2. Set Some Life Goals
3. Increased Life Satisfaction
4. The World Is Our Classroom
5. Reconnect As A Family
6. Stimulate Your Brain Cells
7. Short Breaks Can Help With Stress
8. Longer Vacations Can Decrease Burnout
9. Examine Your State Of ...
Posted by Dale Green
on February 20, 2013
What is a tankless hot water heater?
Todays well informed home owners decide on a tankless water heater for 3 good reasons. First, they know that tankless water heaters are used throughout the World where energy costs are high. Canada’s energy costs are rising. Secondly, they recognize that a 92-97% thermal efficient gas tankless water heater compared to a 50 – 60% standard gas ...
Posted by Krishan Goll
on December 10, 2012
Designing Travel Inc.
Christie Emmerson – Program Manager
Designing Travel Inc. is a "Supportive Travel Service" Providing Travel Experiences for Seniors and Adults with Disabilities. Our mission is to inspire a gift of life to an ever growing population of disabled adults and senior individuals requesting ...
Posted by Heidi MacPherson
on October 26, 2012
Here is a GREAT 2 STORY that won't last long! This home starts with a LOVELY sitting room as you walk in through the front entrance. From there you enter the HEART OF THE HOME. The kitchen, dining area and family room combination FEATURES a FIREPLACE and PATIO DOORS for easy access to the backyard. Then you have the kitchen with GRANITE COUNTER TOPS and DARK CABINETRY. Upstairs you enter into ...
Posted by Veronika Ellwand
on October 22, 2012
When Peg Eddy decided to host some old friends from Thailand at her San Diego home, she thought it was going to be a few days of fun and reminiscing. She didn’t realize it was going to break the bank.
First, there was the shopping. She and her husband chauffeured their four guests to stores all over southern California, racking up 1,100 miles in the process. In fact, her guests loaded up with ...
Posted by Mike Kandil
on July 24, 2012
Finish shopping for gifts. (They likely do not need that one more thing that is on your list.)
Round up stocking stuffers.
Clean house (to prepare for guests and get-togethers).
Finish planning Christmas meal menu.
Create grocery list from menu. Go grocery shopping for items.
Bake cookies for Santa plus more to give to neighbors.
Offer assistance to someone this season: pick ...
Posted by Dale Green
on December 21, 2011