Work From Home guide | Clark Howard


With the dramatic changes in the employment landscape in recent years, more people are looking to work from home and find freelance work. The problem is that there are many ripoff work-from-home outfits that claim to find you jobs for an upfront fee. They're just trying to make a quick buck off you. Below are … Continue reading Work From Home guide | Clark Howard

Burglar-Proof Your Home: A Complete Guide to Home Security | The Art of Manliness


A few months ago I published an article on how to pick a lock. One of the reasons I showed folks how to do that (besides fulfilling a goal to become more like Jason Bourne) was to demonstrate how locks provide an “illusion of security.” Locks make you feel safe, but if someone wanted to … Continue reading Burglar-Proof Your Home: A Complete Guide to Home Security | The Art of Manliness

Ulysses S Grant’s Old Detroit House Plans a Road Trip – Celebrity Real Estate – Curbed Detroit


On the move. I did not know this... Very interesting... Before Ulysses S. Grant won the Civil War or ascended to the presidency, he was a young army officer stationed in Detroit. He moved here in 1849 and was gone for good by 1851, but he was the only president to bother living in Detroit, … Continue reading Ulysses S Grant’s Old Detroit House Plans a Road Trip – Celebrity Real Estate – Curbed Detroit

The Loss of Freedom for our own Good…


The United States Supreme Court. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Yesterday the United States Supreme Court upheld ObamaCare, a massive intrusion into our personal lives and our freedoms. With this ruling, the courts granted congress the power to force Americans into purchasing products that they may or may not want or need. By the courts calling the … Continue reading The Loss of Freedom for our own Good…

I was Raised in a Home…


I was born and raised in a home that thought respect was a good thing, that children showed respect to their elders, at all times, regardless of what the child thought of them. I was raised in a home where manners was a requirement to eat at the dinner table, for everyone, guest included. I … Continue reading I was Raised in a Home…

Coming Home


It is Friday, the end of the week, and thank goodness, because I am ready for this week to end. I am looking forward to the fall clean-up of the gardens and the chance to sit and read. Oh and I pick up my new family member this week, Ted.  Ted is about one year … Continue reading Coming Home

A Welcoming Enviroment


Spring is on its way, it will be here sooner that we think, and that means we will also be getting our gardens ready. Cleaning them out, making room for the new plants and layouts we want to do. Anyone who knows me knows I love to redecorate to rethink my home and gardens. I … Continue reading A Welcoming Enviroment

More on the EGO


As you may know one of my regular rants on this blog site is concerning the EGO (Edging God Out). I love to write about the EGO and how it is destructive to our souls, how it traps us in to a life of self-serving. The EGO to me is the original sin, it is … Continue reading More on the EGO

Home


It is good to be home, it is always nice to travel around and meet new people see new things but the comfort of home is always welcomed. Our faith can be a lot like that, it is nice sometimes to try new forms of prayer that we never tried, or even to attend a … Continue reading Home

The Fog


My mind is in a fog today, it seems to be wrapped up in a thick blanket of fog, and the more I struggle to get out of it, the thicker it gets. It was that way yesterday also, everyone keeps telling me it’s the weather, and it may be. But whatever it is, it … Continue reading The Fog