Wednesday, January 26, 2011
Right now, finances are tight, so I know I cant take my son to Disney Land and all the great American attractions.... But he's only 4...So i don't think he realizes that he is missing out on anything yet. But I want to make the most of my vacation. I would love to take at least 2 weeks off of work, pack us up in the car and go driving. But, Where would I go...
First I would start off in Michigan - my home town and take a day and drive down to Ohio. I have made many friends since i have started Blogging... And I think this would be a great time to meet them. The one person I would definitely have to go visit is my Best Blogging Buddy Rebecca (you would have seen her over at Bzzing Mom). She has an adorable little daughter that I just want to meet. And Rebecca is a Completely Great friend! I would have never guessed her age from the level of maturity she shows in her blogging and just from everyday casual conversation. Since I haven't been to Ohio (except to go to Cedar point) I have no idea what there is to do. I'm sure we can find something - and if none the less, just chill and soak up the fresh air.
From there I think I will take a drive from Ohio to Connecticut to visit one of my other blogger friends.... You may know her as Queen B from This Mama Loves Her Bargains. She has 3 ADORABLE Children... And I know - just from talking to her... that she is a BALL to hang around. She is very smart witted and a great writer! With her help, I know I have grown as a writer and also as a person, and I look forward to meeting her and her family!
From there.. I may just have to take a drive down to Georgia. I have a lot of family down there - who I miss. I have not been able to see them in a couple years -because of work schedules and everything. I am really am looking forward to meeting my newest cousin Blake.
From there... I will have to come back to Michigan. It is going to be a great time. I don't have any big plans on visiting all the Tourist Attractions...Or going as many places as I can in the short time I will be able to get off... My great vacation will be Relaxing and laid back. If we get to do everything, then fine... If we have to pass on something...then that is okay with me also. I am just looking forward to having time off - and spending the time with my son.
This just my idea of how I want to spend my summer. Ill keep you posted through the summer if anything has gone the way I plan!
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Tuesday, January 25, 2011
What Makes Hair Care so Lucrative?
- Is fundamental service in any community and any economic climate.
- Most people choose not to ‘do it themselves’
- Resists technological obsolescence
- Is staffed by professionals – employees are educated, certified and trained
- Has low, non-perishable inventory requirements.
- Cannot be outsourced
- Is about making people look and feel good about themselves.
- $150K net worth minimum
- Some business experience
- Willing to open a Minimum of 3 Units
If you are not wanting to become a Franchise Owner, how about becoming a Hair Stylist?
You can find SuperCuts on Facebook and on Twitter.
*I was not financially compensated for this post.
Saturday, January 22, 2011
This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of NMEDA. All opinions are 100% mine.
inter Seasons can be rough for family with adults or children who are disabled. Especially if they don’t have the proper vehicle. Not every person with a disability is the same. Each person has their own needs. Those “Wheelchair Adapted” vehicles sold over the Internet may not always work for your situation – like they say they will. ” NMEDA has a solution for that. If you haven’t heard of NMEDA, it is a non-profit trade association who educate consumers on buying products from a NMEDA qualified dealer. To find a dealer in your area you can go to the NMEDA Website.
NMEDA offers a personalize “in-person” evaluation. This way you can be sure sure that you are receiving the right vehicle customized to your specific lifestyle and needs. Also, if you need any addition training or product information, your NMEDA is there to help
Not only does NMEDA have dealers for their vehicles, they also have Quality Assurance Program dealers.
“The Quality Assurance Program (QAP) is the only nationally recognized accreditation program for the Adaptive Mobility Equipment Industry. It is based on the principle that in order to satisfy customers consistently, companies must have a systematic and documented approach to quality. ”
With NMEDA, You don’t have to worry about your information being sold – they do not sell anything.
Check out NMEDA and let me know if you have a dealer near you.