An Apartment That is Perfect for Us

Posted by Timothy Castonguay on May 17, 2016 in General with Comments closed |

My daughter and I have been on our own for her whole life. She is now 15 years old, and I consider her opinion in any major events in our lives. When I found out that the rent was going up on the house we had been renting, I knew that it was time to look for a new place. I asked her what she thought, and she got pretty excited. She told me that there are apartments for rent in Lewisville TX, which is just the next town over. I was concerned that she would have to change school districts, but she was okay with that. Read more…

A New Spot to Play Pool

Posted by Timothy Castonguay on April 23, 2016 in General with Comments closed |

I usually play pool at a local bar on the weekends for fun. My friends and I get a couple of drinks and pick a table and try our best to beat each other with alcohol flowing through our system. One day the bar closed down because the owner couldn’t afford keep it open. The owner decided to move to another state and left the building behind. We were left without a place to play pool and hang out, until the idea of playing in the Marq in Tampa Florida came up. One of my friends lived in the apartment building, and didn’t tell us before that the building had its own pool table.

This was the reason why our friend was always so good at pool, even while drunk. Read more…

Tennis Bets Are the Easiest

Posted by Timothy Castonguay on April 15, 2016 in General with Comments closed |

I make a lot of tennis predictions on matches because it’s one of the easiest ways for me to make money. People like to bet on football matches, or try their hand at things like baseball, but for me, it seems that it’s simpler to make money on tennis. The other sports have way too many variables that make it so much harder to tell who is going to win. Aside from boxing, tennis is one of the easiest sports to predict. All you have to do is pay attention to the play styles of the players, and you can get a pretty good idea of who the winner will be in any given match.

My friend doubts my ability to pick the winner of tennis matches, so I made a bet with him. Read more…

Infrastructure Changes to Keep a Historical Building Truly Historical

Posted by Timothy Castonguay on December 19, 2015 in General, Historic sites with Comments closed |

Our new air conditioning system on the roof of the historical building came with some logistical issues for maintenance. The manicured lawns and landscaping were kept in pristine condition, and we had people touring the building every day. The inside was retrofitted to provide AC that was unseen. We were clever in hiding the vents. We did not foresee the problem of access to the units on the flat sections of roof until after the fact. Instead of having maintenance needing to be seen with ladders during tours, we had fixed access ladders installed inside. They are hidden inside closets and lead straight up to the roof.historic-museum-building

They are welded with thick rungs that are easy on the feet. The verticals are round for easy handholds. They are painted a dark brown to look like wood. Even if someone opens the closets and looks inside, it just looks like a wooden ladder at first glance that leads to an attic space. Read more…

Leaving the Work Life Behind

Posted by Timothy Castonguay on December 24, 2015 in Work with Comments closed |

At a suggestion from one of my cousins who knows a lot of interesting ways to make money, I looked at the Ewen Chia reviews for a marketing strategy. My cousin looks for any way to avoid having to take a normal job. He feels that these jobs lock you into a certain role, and you become dependent on them to the point that you don’t leave, even if you have the urge to do so. I can’t say I really disagree with him, but I have been given a steady paycheck by one of these jobs for the past 4 years.

A slew of positive reviews surrounded the Chia name. I couldn’t find a single flaw about it, no matter how hard I looked. Read more…

Learning from the Best in Affiliate Marketing

Posted by Timothy Castonguay on December 23, 2015 in General with Comments closed |

If you have never heard of Ewen Chia, then you are obviously not in the online marketing business. Mr. Chia is considered to be the best affiliate in the entire world, and he gets this title because of all the hard work that he has done to make himself the success that he is. He has written a book about how he worked himself from very little to making his first million dollars strictly by doing online work. He also has become so successful that he is able to share his secrets with people who are serious about wanting to enter this very lucrative market. Read more…

Driving My Little Brother Crazy

Posted by Timothy Castonguay on December 22, 2015 in General with Comments closed |

My brother graduated high school this year and I had the idea of getting a big present for him. He was going to be away at college soon and he needed some way of getting around. I came up with the perfect idea of getting him a car, but I didn’t have enough money to even get him a used car. I told my friends about my idea, and they told me that I could raise some money online by doing affiliate marketing in the same way that Ewen Chia does. Affiliate marketing was an unknown topic to me, but I didn’t care, as long as I could get the money.

Becoming an affiliate marketer online saved me the trouble of having to get a second job to pay for the car. I would have been working two jobs and getting very little sleep, all while taking classes. Instead, all I had to do was create my own website, and use it to do the marketing. The website handled most of everything, and I just had to do maintenance on it occasional. Read more…

15 Ultimate Indoor Container Gardening Tips

Posted by Andrew Alday on December 22, 2015 in General with Comments closed |

Whether you’re a front or back yard gardener, you’ll probably encounter the need to expand your garden. Sometimes there’s not enough space outside especially if your lot area is just not too spacious.

These ultimate indoor container gardening tips can help you figure out what to do in case you need more space for new plants or you find the need to also beautify your indoor space.

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DIY Greenhouse

Posted by Andrew Alday on December 22, 2015 in Garden Guide with Comments closed |

Gardening with limited space and bad weather condition are always a hindrance to growing the plants and vegetables. But there are gardeners who succeed in growing them with the use of DIY greenhouses.

If you are looking for ways to grow your favorite plants or have a plot of vegetables in your backyard, then building a greenhouse can be your best option. Below is an infographic which shows some tips and pros and cons of DIY greenhouses. You will also find a full article with a lot of insights on this subject.

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End of Winter Gardening Preparations

Posted by Andrew Alday on December 22, 2015 in Garden Guide with Comments closed |

Backyard gardeners, and all gardeners in general, who live in cold countries need not
dread the ‘greenless spell’ when it comes to their gardens. Winter months may seem
worrisome especially to newbie gardeners because it’s truly hard to look at trees and
plants that are lifeless.

But the cold months can be as productive as springtime, especially when you’re
prepared and geared up for the planting season.

Our contributor, Aldo, suggested this in-depth how-to of preparing your garden during the end of winter to jump-start for the coming season.

They’re also kind enough to share their infographic which you can use as a guide to your end of winter gardening while curled up in your winter PJs.

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Grow Your Own Food at Home

Posted by Andrew Alday on December 22, 2015 in Garden Guide with Comments closed |

This infographic courtesy of Perrywood Gardens shows the importance of gardening especially when you grow your own food at home. It helps the environment, your well-being, and puts food on your table for your family to enjoy.

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