Sunday, December 21, 2008

Business is Booming

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Saturday, December 20, 2008

Ah Italy!

Sorento-Bay Italy

I think about interesting places I want to see before I die and one is definitely Italy. Aside from the fact that it's beautiful with something interesting to see every minute, the people are so friendly as well. I've read countless articles with information about this great destination and will soon live out my dream of traveling there.
I've always been an Italian food lover and that will be the most difficult aspect to control is to somehow eat light and healthy while I'm there visiting this eye candy destination. One thing I learned about Italy that I never knew is that you must have cash because credit cards aren't readily accepted! I didn't think there was a place on earth that didn't accept plastic readily. Wow, that's amazing. One thing is for sure it's definitely a beautiful place.
This picture is the week before Christmas and it's absolutely gorgeous! I would like to spend my next Christmas in Italy. How about you? Where is your dream destination and how do you plan to live out your dream? Visit to schedule your next trip and discover how you can at wholesale prices.

Thursday, December 18, 2008

Start Your Own Business Today!

It's a rainy cold day here in Fort Worth, Texas. I sit here at my home office looking out my window and I see a gray day however, for me everyday is sunny. I'm thinking of the current Economic mood in this country and I know that many people are worried that the gray is filling their lives. You must change the way you think about your life and start thinking positive. I learned a long time ago that positive thoughts bring about positive changes in your life. In 2008, I made a plan to start my own business online. I had the usual negative comments that you normally hear from those people that want to burst your bubble because they don't make the changes in their own lives. Even people that truly love you will tell you that it can't be done. Well, guess what it can be done and millions of people today have successful online businesses. I've learned a lot about business online and I'm having a blast as I build my business.
Most people have the mentality of the 9-5 job, working for someone else when they could be working for themselves. We have to break the cycle that has been the framework of our lives today. I'm doing it and so can you. You just have to be dedicated, a positive thinker and make SMART goals. Don't stop until you reach those goals! So, sit down right now with your cup of coffee, tea or your favorite beverage and write down your goals for 2009. Next step is to click on the following link and watch my short video presentation, fill out the short form and I will personally get back to you. Go ahead, change your life today!

Tuesday, December 9, 2008

How To Pack for A Trip

Planning a trip is a task full of details which can be stressful even though the outcome will be very relaxing & rejuvenating. Whether your planning for a dream vacation, weekend retreat or business trip, packing for travel by sea, land, or air there are different approaches required. The following is a list of 9 tips to help you pack for your next trip.

1. Lessen your load by minimizing your wardrobe. Find out your destination's weather forecast, factor in how long you'll be there, and make a list of clothes you'll need so you don't take more than necessary. Keep it simple.
2. Think outside the bag. Lay out everything you're taking before packing to see if you've forgotten anything.
3. Pack undergarments, sleepwear, and stockings in packing cubes and put them in the bottom of your bag. If security officers need to look through your luggage, your personal items more than likely will not be disturbed. Once you've reached your destination, the cubes can go right into drawers, keeping your items organized.
4. To minimize wrinkles, instead of folding your clothes, lay a couple of items on top of one another and roll them up together. Also, leaving clothes in dry cleaner's plastic bags is even better, whether you roll and pack them in a suitcase or hang them in a wardrobe bag.
5. Utilize every inch of space you have in your bag. Tuck small items into socks, and tuck socks into shoes. This is a trick for frequent flyers. Wear your bulkiest shoes on the plane, leaving more room in your suitcase.
6. If you're flying, liquid items such as shampoo, hair gel, deodorant, and lotions larger than the 3 oz items allowed in your carry-on must be packed in your checked luggage. Be careful, due to changes in air pressure the liquid can expand and leak. It's best to wrap your toiletries in plastic and isolate them in a separate toiletry bag with plastic lined pockets.Another frequent flyer tip is to use Nalgene screw-top bottles, reported to be leak and explosion proof. Always prevent a mess.
7. After packing the bag you plan to check, lay a big piece of paper on top of it's contents with your name and phone number in case your luggage tag is torn off. Be sure to check all your luggage tags to make sure the contact information is current and their intact.
8. Don't overstuff your luggage. If security needs to open the luggage, make sure it's easy to open and close.
9. When carrying gifts leave them unwrapped, whether you've placed them in checked or carry-on baggage.

As the saying goes "planning is everything". Hope the 9 tips used by frequent flyers that I've shared with you today will help you when packing for your next trip. Remember to always research your destination thoroughly before you begin to pack. Visit my Travelers Lounge @ for your free packing checklist.

Sunday, December 7, 2008

4 Tips to Help YOU Save!

You want to schedule your dream vacation or weekend getaway but the big question is how do I save? Travel can be expensive if you don't know the secrets to saving money. Frequent flyers can be savvy travelers in that they have information on how to save money as well as the best places to go for a dream vacation or weekend getaway. The tips I will share with you today are 4 of 16 ways to save money on your next trip.

1. The Wednesday night bargain window. On Wednesdays between 12:00 Midnight and 1:00 a.m., most airlines rid their computer systems of deadwood caused by people who reserved lower-cost flights but never paid. You might land a big bargain by booking in the time zone of the airline's home base during this window.
2. Wednesdays are also when airlines offer deep discounts on undersold flights to certain cities for the coming weekend, if you can leave and return on their choice of days.
3. Be flexible with your travel dates. Leaving or returning just one day earlier or later than you'd prefer might save you 25 percent or more. (By the way, staying over Saturday night seems no longer necessary. Don't ask why. Nobody knows.)
4. Reserve as far in advance as possible! 30 days for international flights, and 2-3 weeks for domestic. The closer to your departure date you make the reservation, the more you'll pay.
Beat the booking windows when rates go higher, which open up at most airlines 21, 14, and 7 days before departure.

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