My friend just started a business and asked if he could use my truck to move some things around. He promised to keep a blue tarp down on the bottom of my bed so that he did not scratch anything or hurt my baby. Since he was going to get to use my truck for free I suggested that he by a couple truck tarps to keep his stuff protected and then he could “gift” them to me once he was done. I have wanted a nice truck tarp for awhile but have never wanted to buy a custom type tarp when I can get away using a blue tarp for the same job. But if he will do it for me I would love it.
I am excited for him and hope his business does very well. It is a tough time to open a new business but if anyone can make it work it is him. It also helps that he is very passionate about the business he is getting into so it will not necessary feel like work. They always say that if you find something you love and can do this for a living then you will never feel like you are working. I can only wish him the best and would never say no to him borrowing my truck.
Big Sandy, TX (PRWEB) February 19, 2012
A.C. Grace Company announced the introduction of a NEW, more user-friendly and informative website for its customers and interested readers to learn about Vitamin E and the UNIQUE E
I just spent this past weekend helping my brother move. There is nothing worse than moving. You have to pack up everything and then haul it from here to there and upak it again. It is time consuming and exhausting with very little reward. You might be able to love the new house or are or state but the move sucks all that positive out of it. Thankfully we only have to it occasionally or we would likely go insane.
My brother order direct tv for his new place and was smart enough to have the guy come install it the same day he was moving. This was tricky but at least he did not have to schedule a special day to meet the dx3 direct tv guy. He was able to essentially save himself a day off. The fact that he will have his dx3 set up and ready to watch once we finished as even better. He was able to watch the end of the golf tourney before he started unpacking.
(PRWEB) February 20, 2012
The nonprofit Lean Enterprise Institute (LEI) will run a lean visual thinking workshop and plant visit March 27 and 28, 2012, that is the result of a three-way collaboration among LEI, Rhode Island-based VIBCO Vibrators, and visual management instructor and author Gwen Galsworth.
On March 27, Galsworth, a Shingo Prize examiner and author of award-winning books on visual management, will explain the science behind creating a visual workplace and give managers tools and a blueprint for creating e a workplace that supports their lean transformations.
On March 28, attendees will break into small teams to travel to VIBCO, where they will evaluate the company?s efforts at implementing a visual workplace, the next step on the company’s long-running lean journey that began in 2004. VIBCO designs and manufacturers electric, pneumatic, and hydraulic vibrators for construction and industrial use.
The schedule is:
This weekend I was cleaning out my garage and woke up this morning stiff as a board. That is the price you pay for getting older. Back in the day I could do just about anything and pop right up in the morning. Now, if I look wrong I could be sore for days. My joint and muscle are just not as resilient as they once were. I found a great option though for getting back quickly and relieving some of my pain. It is a wellness drink made from the Nopal Cactus. It has healing properties and has been used for centuries by native people for treating inflammation and cleaning out toxins. It is a great alternative to just taking some aspirin since it is actually helping not just masking the issue. Nopalea comes in a 32 ounce bottle and has been great for helping with my stiffness and pains of my aging body You can try Nopalea for free (only pay $9.95 for shipping) by calling 1-800-203-7063.
If you or anyone you know suffers from issues like this you can try it out for free and see if it helps you like it has me. It is a great way to help you promote a healthier lifestyle.
Tennessee Vacation Rentals, Cabin Rental and Home Swap Listings Needed – Bobzio.com Announces Needing More Property Listings for Tennessee at No Cost to Owners
Nashville, TN (PRWEB) February 23, 2012
Tennessee vacation rentals and cabin rentals are in high demand on http://www.bobzio.com. Bobzio.com is a co-op of vacation rental owners, home exchanges and area services. Bobzio.com announces free lifetime listings for owners of Mississippi vacation rentals who list their properties on Bobzio.com
Each owner will get unlimited photos, video upload, interactive reservation calender, Google map and email contact form. Soon, all owners will be able to accept credit card payments without fees. Travelers will also have insurance against loss of deposits. All of this is without fee for a lifetime property listing.
Bobzio.com is only several months old but is growing fast. More users are discovering the advantages of searching for rentals based on activities such as golf, theme parks, scuba diving and any activity imaginable, including surfing. Bobzio.com, being a co-op, is owned by the members. The ownership role will be determined when the first 20,000 have joined. There will not be a better time to get in on an opportunity like this that could save up to $ 1000 each year in subscription costs. Jump on board. The sooner the better.
Here is a link to a YouTube video showing how easy it is to start a listing: http://youtu.be/qOwKNH0c7Gg.
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Over the holidays and through to this month, I have started to search out a few haunts hoping to find deals. Especially video game deals. As I hunted I found a blog article about a place called nomorerack. Nomorerack? Sounds kinky until you drag your mind out of the gutter and note it’s a play on words about not shopping clothing racks.
The site nomorerack.com actually is a neat idea. Instead of overwhelming you with millions of things you may never want they post a few items, different each day. Each item is the genuine article, marked down to low prices and available for only 24 hours (it’s in Eastern Standard Time too so I don’t have to estimate time or anything!) in which new never before seen items show up.
Now the negative Nancy in me wants to get mad that set items are not there but at the same time think about it. If you show up on day and see stuff you hate, you can come back once a day and bam see if anything worth it is there. I’ve seen watches appear there, random around the house tool, even a few accessories that I can see helping me maintain my army of game consoles like that nifty Skil Mini Carabiner Knife:
A tool kit that can latch onto my belt is always nifty. The only downside is stuff at these prices (the shipping is a measly $2 for each item. Dayyuam that’s cheap) tends to sell out quick so getting stuff you want while the getting’s good is smart.
The site also has a neat referral program. Nomorerack WANTS you to refer your friends to them. You can simply send friends a referral link to the site. They click through and bam you gain “friendrack” points. Your friends don’t have to even buy anything, you get rewarded. Every day they have these friendrack deals where instead of spending money, you can use friend points instead! And if that wasn’t great enough, there is always that one item that is basically free. Yes, they offer freebies for purchase.
This site may be a bit of luck on the draw, but mu most awesome purchases were luck on the draw finds. I know I’m gunna stalk this place and see how it shakes out.
Montgomery, Ala. (PRWEB) February 24, 2012
Alabama Tourism today launched a three year campaign, ?100 Alabama Road Trips? with the release of the first 10 trips. The campaign focuses on driving itineraries that travelers can experience over two or three days. The initial itineraries are now live on the tourism website and each is numbered, http://www.Alabama.travel. Other trips will continue to be added throughout the first year of the campaign.
The first 10 trips include the BCS Championship tour, Eagle watching on Lake Guntersville, a romantic getaway to Mobile, Selma to Montgomery Civil Rights history, spring break at the beach, a walking tour of downtown Birmingham, Huntsville?s Space & Rocket Center, Montgomery?s history tour, bird watching on the coast and the To Kill A Mockingbird tour in Monroeville. A few upcoming trips will include a Girlfriends Getaway on the Eastern Shore, family fun in Sylacauga, golfing in Alabama, music in the Shoals and Gulf Coast adventures.
?Road Trips? is also the theme for the 2012 Vacation Guide. Pages six and seven of the guide provides a sneak peek at the campaign. The cover of the publication is of a 1953 baby blue Cadillac, much like the one Hank Williams owned, parked on a pier at Lake Guntersville. The car will be used as a symbol and logo for the road trips campaign. The Cadillac is in tourism?s television commercials that are currently airing on television stations across the U.S. The car will also be used around the state at events and festivals throughout the three year campaign.
?We wanted to make it easier for travelers to plan their trip so we came up with 100 itineraries. There?s something for everyone,? said tourism director Lee Sentell. ?If you?re planning a trip to the beach, we have an itinerary for that, or a trip to experience the small towns of Alabama, we?ve got that too.?
The 164-page vacation guide provides travelers with information on hotels, restaurants, campgrounds, tourism associations, state parks, golf courses, attractions, trails and museums.
Each region of the state is highlighted and provides articles on the attractions, places to stay and events in the areas. Articles include ?100 Great Alabama Road Trips” on pages 6-7, shopping for treasures in Alabama on page 13, Civil Rights history on pages 14-15, Alabama?s chefs, farms and restaurants on pages 16-25, and golf begins on page 26. Articles on each of the four regions of the state along with things to do begin with the north region on page 37. Each regional article includes a map of the area with the road trip blue Cadillac icon.
Travelers can pick up copies of the vacation guide at each of the eight Alabama Welcome Centers, by calling 1.800.ALABAMA or by requesting online at http://www.alabama.travel. Compass Marketing of Gulf Shores publishes the vacation guide.
Contact: Edith Parten
PR/Media Relations Director
Alabama Tourism Department
Cheap eyeglasses are found nearly everywhere. If you check out department stores or even eyeglasses stores, you can find these cheap eyewear products on the rotating racks. The cheap ones are usually displayed outside where it attracts the attention of customers.
It really depends on your needs. More often than not, cheap plastic glasses can last for a reasonable amount of time. But they usually do not go with the accessories or protective gears that will prevent them from breaking. From experience, these glasses tend to have vulnerable screws. It might also easily break if you carelessly stash it in your bag. There is also the question of protection. Many people question the ability of cheap glasses in protecting the eyes from UV rays. Studies have found out that most cheap eyewear actually contain UV ray proof shields so they work just as well as expensive eyeglasses in protecting your eyes.
There is cheap eyewear that is worth buying. Designer glasses might be out of the question although there are lots of stores that offer them at a reasonable price. You can check out brands like Gant glasses for cheap eyeglasses. You can get a stylish and durable Gant glasses for under fifty bucks or Gant glasses that are a little over fifty dollars.
There are also stores which specialise in cheap branded glasses. They look quite as stylish and the durability is exactly the same but they do not cost quite as much as the branded ones. If you want the same look but not the price, consider getting replicas.
New Milford, NJ (PRWEB) March 01, 2012
Come experience India as it was meant to be experienced. This is an extensive 16 day exploration and gay vacation of some of the best that India has to offer. From Delhi to Haridwar, Rishikesh to Jaipur, Pushkar to Varanasi and so much more! Visit sites of incredible historical, architectural and spiritual significance, while staying at some of the finest hotels available. Even more importantly participants will explore and experience the spiritual roots of this magical land and culture. As with all Spirit Journeys’ adventures, participants will combine the joys and benefits of being on a vacation but with a “stop and smell the roses” kind of attitude. Conscious travel in this manner allows ample personal time for play, reflection, relaxing and appreciating the surrounding beauty. This adventure holds the possibility for travelers to reconnect to, or discover, their own spiritual roots and at the same time experience all the flavors and fun of India.
Throughout this journey there will be daily optional yoga practice (usually in the mornings) led by David Moreno (see David’s bio below). David has studied extensively in India and he will share his in depth knowledge and understanding of India, the Hindu spiritual traditions and mythology, as well as Ayurvedic medicine. These times with David are an invaluable addition to this vacation in India!
Thursday October 25 ? Depart home for Delhi
Friday October 26 ? Arrive Delhi
Jama MasjidSaturday October 27 – In Delhi
Sunday October 28 – Delhi & Haridwar
Monday October 29 – Haridwar
Tuesday October 30 – Haridwar / Rishikesh / Haridwar
Wednesday October 31 – Haridwar / Delhi
Thursday November 1 – Delhi / Jaipur
Friday November 2 – In Jaipur
Saturday November 3 – Jaipur / Pushkar / Jaipur
Sunday November 4 – Jaipur / Agra via Fatehpur Sikri
Monday November 5 – Agra / Orchha
Tuesday November 6 – Orchha / Khajuraho
Wednesday November 7 – Khajuraho / Varanasi
Thursday November 8 – In Varanasi
Friday November 9 – Varanasi / Delhi
Saturday November 10 – Delhi / Home
Your Guides for this Journey
David Moreno is a long time Spirit Journey’s facilitator and has lead men’s workshops, retreats, and international travel trips worldwide ? including several to India. He is recognized internationally as a senior yoga instructor and has taught at international yoga conferences, and universities. Among David?s students are members of the fashion and entertainment industries, and world-class athletes, including the coach of the 2004/2008 Olympics U.S. Mens Swim Team. His commentaries on yoga have been published in various yoga journals and his recently released yoga DVDs are featured on Amazon and as electronic books through iTunes and iBook.
David began practicing yoga in the late 70′s studying the Iyengar, Ashtanga, Anusara, and Bihar styles of yoga, currently studying the primordial tantric roots of the yogic tradition. David is known for his keen sense of humor and timing, making classes both playful and informative. When not traveling, David teaches in the San Francisco bay area.
Howie Holben is owner and caretaker of Spirit Journeys. Since early childhood, he has been drawn to indigenous peoples and their spiritual teachings, traditions and practices. This attraction has taken him on many adventures, exploring the countless ways of “being in the world”. His personal journey through addiction and recovery has spawned in him a genuine interest in assisting others on their own spiritual path and he takes great pleasure in introducing people to practices, sacred ways and cultures to help them “step outside their box”. His desire is to help others uncover their potential and set their hearts and minds free. Howie is a Reiki, Karuna Ki and Quantum Touch Master. He also is a trained Breathworker as well as a Life Coach.
Spirit Journeys Mission:
To create opportunities for participants to grow mentally, emotionally and spiritually; to create environments where they can feel safe enough to “step outside of their box” and move towards living a freer, more joyous life.
For additional information on Spirit Journeys’ special gay vacations and gay retreats, contact Howie Holben at (800) 754-1875 or visit http://www.SpiritJourneys.com