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Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Happy new year to all people in the world.

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

reputable debt settlement companies

I am new to credit cards. When I was in the Philippines, I never used a credit card until my husband gave me one as a means of transferring cash. I would get cash advances and he would pay the balance every month to avoid finance charges. Here in the United States, both my husband and I generally use only American Express or a debit card on our checking accounts. For a short while after we bought our house, we used credit cards to get work done and to buy furniture, but my husband quickly paid off those cards. I sometimes hear of people who amass huge credit card debt. Indeed, my husband said that he had pretty big consumer debt after college and grad school. I understand that one way to get rid of big debt is to work with a debt relief company. But I think it would be difficult to find a good one. There is a website that I found that has a lot of information about finding reputable debt settlement companies as well as http://www.debtfreedestiny.com/debt-relief/tips-on-choosing-a-reputable-debt-relief-company/. It also gives good information about the different services that are available like debt relief companies versus debt settlement companies and what they do. It is good to know that if I ever had problems with significant credit card debt that I could turn to their services for help.

Saturday, December 4, 2010

The tree's all in the garland

No matter what kind of ornaments that you put on a tree, that isn't really the first thing that you notice on a Christmas tree. What you really notice is all the lights and the garland that you put on it because that stuff is so much more prominent. So I really like to concentrate on the topper and all of the garland.

This year though, I kind of wanted to change the mood of the tree by making some new garland. I found all kinds of ideas online with my ClearWirelessInternet and settled on some really festive lime green garland.

While I was at it though, I made a lot of extra Christmas garland to incorporate into my holiday decor throughout the rest of my house. It really did the trick and got my all of my dŽcor in the more lively and festive direction that I was hoping for. It was starting to get a little tired and drab, so that lime green definitely perked it up! IÕll have to hang onto this garland for at least a few more years.
Guest post written by Sophie Martin

Friday, December 3, 2010

Shopping for the Tree and Decorating It

My boyfriend and I just recently went shopping for our Christmas tree. We made a trip to the local department store in order to purchase an artificial tree. Since we have a cat that enjoys nature, we thought the artificial one would be a wiser choice to make. Before we left for the store, we made sure to set our home security alarm from TotalAlarmSystems.com/. When we got there, there were a lot of trees to choose from. I can't help but say that I felt rushed, since we decided to do the shopping right before my boyfriend had to go to work. It all worked out, though, and we picked out a really beautiful tree.
My boyfriend said that he would like a white tree and I agreed with him. We looked for a white tree and finally found one that was about three feet tall. We then bought all steel blue ornaments for the tree. Once we got it all home, I set it all up within an hour or two. The entire thing looks amazing and I have it lite right now as I'm typing this! Unfortunately, my cat loves the tree too, and has already climbed it a few times. I'm just waiting for her to break one of the ornaments that we purchased from the department store. I guess this is what true Christmas feels like!
Written by Lawrence Lester