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The Article I Needed 3 Years Ago
(Quick Q&A with myself) Am I an expert content creator? Sure not. Am I getting better at it by the day? My mom says yes. And Metrics too.
I Recently Sold a Home, and I Cried on Settlement Day.
This article is also equally as relevant to renters, of who need to move on from such a rental home for whatever reason. Reasons for leaving a home are not necessarily due to terrible experiences happening in your life. They also have nothing to do with having a shortfall of cash. Positive experiences are also causes of needing to move from living and/or owning any form of home (investment or otherwise), where ample memories that are unique to you have been created.
Oprah ain't never gonna come clean your closet
When I watched Oprah as I was growing up, there was one thing I wanted more than anything else. I wasn’t interested in the days when she said ‘you get a car,’ and ‘you get a car’, or told the entire audience they were off on a cruise or to Sydney, Australia, or somewhere else. Sure, those things would have been nice but I knew fundamentally they weren’t going to fix my problem. Once I got back from my holiday, once I’d finished driving my car, I’d still be left with the same issue I’d always had – what to do about the mess and clutter that threatened to overtake my life. (Plus, I’d probably have a whole lot of holiday memorabilia to deal with and because of the amount of stuff we had the car mightn’t fit into the garage anyway.)
I Read “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” and It Transformed How I View Finance
I’m not going to lie. When I opened Rich Dad, Poor Dad and got to reading, I was struck by how repetitive and quite poorly written the book is. I even considered ditching it, thinking to myself, “How can there be such hype around this book?”
The Most Productive Way To Optimize Your Reading List
How are you tracking the books you’re reading, have read or will read? I have recently started to pick up the pace of reading books. At the beginning of this year, I was reading 1 book a month. In the month of August, I’m planning to finish 6 books. I fell in love with reading.
6 Tips to Get More Done in Less Time
There are times when we have a lot on our plate, be it work, personal chores, or both. And in these situations, most of us panic. Some of us try to meet the challenges head-on but eventually get overwhelmed by unending to-dos.
What Fruits Slow Down Aging?
Although a large body of scientific research suggests certain foods, like blueberries, have anti-aging potential over time, we can’t expect to reverse the classic symptoms of aging (like crow’s feet, belly fat, and heart disease) at the snap of our fingers or by popping a blueberry.
The 4 Common Myths About SPF You Need to Stop Believing
We’ve been on quite the journey with our skincare. From wipes to double cleansing, harsh ingredients to barrier-boosting ones, we’ve got our routines nailed thanks to advice from derms on TikTok.
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Why Programmers Procrastinate
I'm shaken right now at a realization that I have only recently been in the position to discover, due to the popularity of some of my recent blog posts. I've always been under the impression that the people I interact with are people who want to be rich. They talk about making money, they relink articles about making money, they are often also working on projects that they seem to be convinced will make them rich.
Stocking a Camp Cooler
I learned whatever I know about camping the hard way and on my own. It wasn't a planned vacation or a choice that I thought I would make; Yet it was a very valuable experience. Sometimes we plan too much. A plan is a good idea, like a budget. Theories and inventions can help us sometimes, but sometimes they fail. The old cliche "if it's not broke, why fix it?" is very real to me especially since I have and seen others try to re-invent the wheel for no good reason.
16,000 Woodworking Plans & Projects With Videos — Custom Carpentry
Have you ever: These are the problems I faced years ago when I started woodworking … and it is the same problems many of my students are still facing today.
Would You Try Eating Garlic Every Day? Here's What Might Happen
Garlic has long been recognized as an important ingredient in cooking and food preparation all around the world, but that doesn’t mean you should eat it every day, right? It’s actually not so bad if you just have a little bit of garlic in your diet, and it can even have positive effects on your health, but if you eat too much of it, there are some side effects you could experience. Let’s take a look at what might happen to you if you eat garlic every day!
How To Make Money Online In 2023 (6-Proven Techniques That Work!)
Introduction The internet has transformed the way we make money. In the past, you had to rely on traditional revenue sources such as a 9-5 job or investing in real estate to make money. But now, there are a variety of ways to make money online.
Choosing Between Inpatient and Outpatient Alcohol Detox Programs
Trying to quit alcohol can be a very difficult task. Physical and psychological withdrawal symptoms can occur as you begin to detoxify. These symptoms can include depression, irritability, fatigue, trembling, sweating, muscle pain, nausea, diarrhea, and insomnia. However, the good news is that there are options that can help you with this process. These options include an alcohol detox program, which is one way that you can get your body back to normal.
Relapse Prevention - How to Prevent Relapse
Using a relapse prevention program can help you prevent or stop relapse. This program focuses on identifying high-risk situations and using a cognitive-behavioral approach to help you change your behavior. These high-risk situations may include unhealthy substance use, obesity, sexual offending, and obsessive-compulsive behavior.
THC-COOH Detection Time in Field Sobriety Tests
Detecting THC-COOH in a driver can be an important part of a field sobriety test. Typically, THC-COOH concentrations will peak at about one to three hours after oral administration. This declines quickly, as does THC itself. In chronic users, THC-COOH concentrations will decrease rapidly.
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