Archive for September 2012

The 3 essentials to incredible, homemade coffee.

Coffee. Personalized. Gourmet. Those who simply use a drip coffee machine have yet to experience the grandeur of gourmet, homemade coffee. Spice up your life by trying some of these especially gourmet ways of making your coffee spectacular. Don’t settle for mediocrity. 3 Essentials to incredible, homemade coffee: 1. Beans To have the best, you […]

Recycle

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.  You’ve heard the slogan.  What does it mean? According to the Webster’s dictionary, recycling is defined as the processing of materials (as liquid body waste, glass, or cans) in order to regain substance for human use.  Reducing waste has become a huge movement in our modern society.  Recycling is an oft repeated […]

Even Hip Hop Stars Don’t Waste Their Money

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a rock star?When we were kids, we all wanted to jam on stage, slam that steel guitar, and rock out to the beat of the drums. We used to dream of making a fortune touring the country with our very own rock band. Well, […]

Back to School

The time has come. After going to camps and vacationing for the summer, school has started back up! This time can get somewhat anxious for not just the kids but also for parents. You have a million things to do before and after your child starts back up in school. Here’s a helpful list to […]

Interview or Being Audited -Which is more stressful?

In a previous blog, we talked about the sports kings of advertising.  We discussed athletes who make millions of dollars endorsing products.  In today’s age of high tech marketing, sales offers will bombard you from all sides.  You will watch commercials on TV, hear them on the radio, and you might even catch ads on […]

Voter ID Laws

In the vital presidential election of 2012, voter ID laws have come to the forefront of American politics. Voter ID laws require identification to receive a ballot for an election. Exactly what they need to show varies. Some states require a government-issued photo, while in others a current utility bill or bank statement is sufficient. […]

Curious Galactic Objects: Black Holes

After eight years of planning, eight months of interplanetary space flight, and seven minutes of sheer terror during touchdown, the Mars Rover Curiosity landed safely on the surface of Mars on August 6th, 2012.  The Mars mission, what NASA’s director of the Mars Exploration Program called “the Super Bowl of planetary exploration,” is scheduled to […]

What did we do before Facebook?

The New “Status” Quo “How on earth did we stalk our exes, remember our co-workers’ birthdays, bug our friends, and play a rousing game of Scrabulous before Facebook?” Entertainment Weekly succinctly captures the fundamental question of our highly technological society:  how would we communicate if not online?  In our last blog we pondered a world […]