April 25th, 2014
(Part 5 of a 5 Part Series on Body Awareness)
I want to tell you how easy it is to workout every day.
But before I begin, I want you to do one thing. I want you to
grab your car keys and go out to your garage, carport, or
driveway and get into your car.
Put the keys in the ignition and turn. If your car normally
works, there should be no surprises here. Your car will start.
Now here's the important part.
While the car is running, I want you to think about all the
possible places you could go to ...Read the rest of this entry »
April 24th, 2014
By: Jim O'Connor - The Fitness Promoter August 5, 2005 (c) Jim
O'Connor/Wellness Word, LLC - All Rights Reserved
So you want to save valuable time traveling to the gym by
building your own home gym. Do to the long hours worked, and
strenuous commutes, more and more people are opting to squeeze
there workouts in by exercising in the comfort of their own
There are many advantages to creating your very own home gym. It
is shown that people who have home gym equipment in their homes
tend to ...Read the rest of this entry »
April 23rd, 2014
What I am about to reveal to you can make a drastic change in
the out come of your fitness results. Many of us are willing to
dedicate a decent number of hours each and every week to our
workout plan. But quite often we do not always see the results
we had hoped for. Looking at the big picture, the average
fitness enthusiast only has about 3 to 6 hour per week to
dedicate to their workouts. In a 168 hour week 3 to 6 hours is
not really a large number of hours. We can drastically increase
the ...Read the rest of this entry »
April 22nd, 2014
There are two kinds of fishing families and two kinds of families wanting college scholarships. And, there are amazing similarities between them.
Weekend fishing families do not spend time researching opportunities. They grab the kids, jump into the car, and race to the nearest bait shop. "Where is a good place to take the kids? Are the fish biting? Thanks! We'll take
three dozen worms, please."
Then, they head for the lake. They catch a few bluegills, have a picnic and go home.
The weekend ...Read the rest of this entry »
April 21st, 2014
Low income housing providers get a bad rap. Be ready to be
called a slumlord if you invest in it. Much of what people call
slumlording though, is simply providing reasonable housing for
those with low incomes. It is of benefit to the renter AND the
Why Do People Rent Ugly Homes?
Not-so-nice places are rented because they are affordable. When
a house needs paint, has old rusty hinges on the doors, and a
dirt driveway, it costs less to buy, and therefore can be
profitably rented for ...Read the rest of this entry »
April 20th, 2014
Although not a completely stagnant market, selling new motorcars
in the UK these days is hard work. Combating this, one very
successful way that car manufacturers have found to attract new
buyers to the motorcar market in the UK is to offer the first
year's car insurance completely free with the purchase of a new
Wonderful, but before you jump in and buy that new car,
- if you are under the age of 25, while the first year of your
motor insurance is going to be ...Read the rest of this entry »
April 19th, 2014
An example of creative real estate investment? When I was young,
I had a job that paid $3.40 an hour, and I somehow saved enough
to buy my first piece of real estate - 2 acres near where I
lived. It cost $3,500.
I spent a few hours removing brush, outlined a driveway with
logs, and hand painted a sign. Two weeks after I bought it I
sold the land for $4,750, with $250 down, $100 per month, at 11%
interest. With the capital gain, my annual return on investment
was over 20%. This was my first real ...Read the rest of this entry »
April 18th, 2014
Maybe you've read lots of advice on selling a house. But do you
know the biggest mistake many people make when selling a house?
Not understanding real estate value.
You see, it doesn't matter what you think your home is worth. It
doesn't matter what youdid to make in nicer for your family. The
value of your home is determined by buyers. What you enjoyed
about your house may be irrelevant when it's time to sell. Think
in terms of what buyers want, and use some of the following
advice on selling ...Read the rest of this entry »
April 17th, 2014
You've bought a fixer upper home you can make some money on.
Where do you start? What improvements and repairs are most
important? Actually, you need to know this before you buy.
Always start with the end in mind, and have a plan to get there.
Whether before and after you buy, though, there are some simple
rules for analyzing possible fixes.
Return On Investment
Years ago I was a real estate agent sitting across the kitchen
table from a very disappointed young couple. I had just told
them there ...Read the rest of this entry »
April 16th, 2014
Be a slumlord? Okay, I got your attention, now the truth. I
really don't recommend that anyone endanger their renters with
unsafe housing. Much of what people call slumlording though, is
simply providing reasonable housing for those with low incomes.
It is of benefit to the renter AND the landlord.
Why Do People Rent Dumps?
People rent not-so-nice places because they can afford to. A
house that needs paint, has old rusty hinges on the doors, and a
dirt driveway - this is a house that cost less ...Read the rest of this entry »