Want to see if he’s the one?
Crack open that self-storage unit.
Now, we’re not suggesting you plan an elaborate heist; a caper that combines nail-biting danger and girlish moxie—though that would make a great movie with Amy Poehler, wouldn’t it? Based on your true-life story, this comedy-slash-drama would hopefully end in a wonderful romance…after a wacky misunderstanding, of course. Read the rest »
When you think “couponing,” an image of an overworked mother (who likes to scrapbook) with four children and a minivan probably comes to mind. But that time is long gone. Finding new ways to save money is all the rage, and one of the new trends for being frugal is extreme couponing. Extreme couponing is a step beyond those small, measly deals you get in the Sunday newspaper. It is stockpiling massive amounts of essential items at the lowest possible price, which can basically be free in some cases. In other cases, you can actually be paid money by the store due to an overage, which is when your coupon exceeds the value of what you have to pay and they owe you, in the form of cash or money towards other purchases. Read the rest »
“Age is just a number—unless you happen to be a bottle of wine.” – Joan Collins
Like the bad drunks we are, human beings have been littering the Earth with evidence of wine storage for thousands of years. From the Tombs of Tutankhamun in ancient Egypt to the cellars of Thomas Jefferson’s home in Monticello, humans have been stashing wine in caves and crevices since we’ve been able to raise cup to lips. In fact, if you are reading this article and are a patron of the Wine Grotto, there is a good chance that you too have a bottle or two squirreled away. Whether it is a recent Napa purchase or prize brought back from Europe years ago, you undoubtedly can empathize with the wine collectors of old.
But exactly how long has humanity’s obsession with wine storage been going on? Read the rest »
Warm summer days. Perfect for picnics in the park, playing at the beach, evening concerts, camping, and…having a baby?
Yes! Read the rest »