Sunday, December 02, 2007

Online Millionaire Dating

Online millionaire dating sites is a way of bringing together those people with same lifestyle and same outlooks in life so that less conflict will arise from the dating community. Millionaires, often, are engrossed with their businesses. They are too much focused on finding strategies to improve their assets and profits than taking consideration on the other aspects of their lives, which are their personal and social lives. Dating Millionaire Site

Millionaire Dating Clubs Around The World

Pairing is personally being done to members based on each other�s requirements and standards. Paying members are also provided with added service such as coaching in every step of the dating process, style or fashion Millionaire makeover and counseling. Plus, they provide followups and feedback on every date. Millionaire Dating Club

Tuesday, September 04, 2007


Ah, the future. It holds such wondrous things. Considering all that we currently have in the present, it's hard to even fathom what's all ahead of us. Possibly cell phones the size of peanuts and SUVs as large as tractor trailers. Does that sound about right to you? Anyway, one phenomenal piece of technology that has virtually changed it all is the Internet. Take your pick from countless tasks you can now accomplish online. I love this! Ten years ago I never would have though so, but know I know so. My Mac and wireless online access make so many chores so much simpler. You won't catch me driving to the back these days or ordering a pizza on the telephone. Why should I? It's all on the web and a breeze to access. I even have a paypal account that manages my electronic funds.
I realize that some folks are still not hip to the paypal account craze. Well let me make it simple for you. A paypal account is basically a way to pass money back and forth online. Believe it or not, some individuals actually get paid this way. If you're a grant writer working for random online clients, they can paypal you the fee when you're through. At that point you can either leave the funds in your paypal account, use them to purchase items online, or easily transfer them to your bank account. At this point you're probably thinking what I first thought. Pretty Sweet! Paypal came about after EBay. It is in fact an EBay company. Countless EBay auction lovers use their paypal accounts regularly to purchase items online. The next time you're on EBay, take a look at the paypal symbol next to most auction items. This means they accept paypal as a form of payment. Most even prefer it. When you pay with your paypal account instead of a check or money order, the funds are transferred and received instantly. All that's required by the payer is an email address.
Maybe it's time you looked into obtaining a paypal account for your future web purchases. This can indeed make shopping online so much faster. If you're curious who's affiliated with paypal, I suggest you check out their website at More and more businesses are hopping on the band-wagon.

Monday, March 26, 2007

Jennifer Paige

Guess what yesterday I saw Jennifer Paige :) It was amazing I have always loved her and for the first time actually saw her ,I just had to get it out anyway Im off to Thailand soon and will be meeting up with some Korean Gyopo living there and going to ask them to do a couple of posts on this old and fogotten blog I have here to try and bring some life back into it :)

Sunday, February 25, 2007

Social networking and real estate

Real estate agents are finding social networking (and bookmarking) sites to be a new way to find customers. An agent from Arlington Heights, IL is using listings at various social sites and is having great success. He has created a profile at and is targeting keywords like Arlington Heights real estate and other local terms to drive new traffic to his website.

A few new profile pages that have been created include this Arlington Heights page at Windows Live, and this Claim ID page about his real estate team Suburban House Hunters. These pages not only can bring in more search engine traffic, but also traffic from those that use these social sites. Many people find a community online and will use that community to locate service providers and more.

With some hard work and networking the goal is to become the trusted authority on these social sites and capture new business.

Sunday, February 18, 2007

The Video Tubes

The Video Tubes are the coolest way to upload share and view videos online you just got to get over there and check it out . Look out because more offen than not you end up spending way to much time playing on this site , it becomes almost part of your daily buzz.

Check it out head over to the video tube now

Saturday, January 20, 2007

Cure Fort Depression

You’d think Aristotle and Sophocles bandied the question about, it has been such a plaguing question, one that has been asked for decades, for centuries, even: what is the cure for depression? A consideration of the symptoms, the causes, and the studies to find that all elusive cure for depression might at least set your mind at ease enough to realize you are not alone. A couple of examples might help to realize the search for a cure for depression is an insidious struggle, a desperate measure, a do-or-die imperative shared by millions.
According to US News (2006) online, approximately 18.8 million people suffer with depression. They don’t feel like eating, socializing or sleeping. They sleep too much. They have feelings of doom, of loneliness, of alienation. They feel worthless or consumed by strange guilt for nothing they have done wrong. They feel wiped out, exhausted, weak. They carry a truckload of trucks on their souls. Simple things are impossible, important events are meaningless.
In seeking a cure for their depression, they might find the information first reveals that each cause or set of causes calls for different treatment or treatments. The cause can be genetic, biological, psychological, can be clinical or conditional. I was depressed from an early age. One of the first articles I read on cures for depression noted that depression is anger turned inward. Though this didn’t help much, as I was still not able to or allowed to express whatever anger was roiling away, it did set me on a path to find out what depression was trying to tell those of us who carried it on our shoulders 24/7. For some of us, the depression is conditional, based on a traumatic incident that we never got liberated from. For others, it comes with the family package of tics, mania, or other mental disorders and illnesses. For many others it is caused by a chemical imbalance, a broken or missing wire in the network that is the brain.
So the cure for depression, then, becomes as complex or as simple as the causes and effects are or are not. Medications, the first answers, are not always such a bad (knee-jerk) solution. For those of us with chemical imbalances, the evening-out by a reuptake inhibitor is a dream come true. (SRIs draw the serotonin levels up into pools in the brain—around the hypothalamus, etc., and trap the pools there, so the moods do not plunge but stay even.) For others of us therapy (with an MFT, a psychologist, a psychiatrist) will work to help us adjust, adapt, even accommodate. My therapist, for example, taught me that to fight it was to invite it to come on even stronger, so I learned to accept it and go with it, climbing into bed surrounding by my favorite things, wallowing in, really. (I took many “mental health” days off from work when there was no such thing, save “sick” days, so I had to call it something the non-depressed would accept—and pay for, if I had sick time coming to me—flu, allergies, etc..)
Still others opt for exercise, meditation, visualization, aromatherapy, changing food plans/diets, and more. I had tried all of these. Zip.
My mother was severely depressed all the years we were growing up. I carried on the tradition, feeling chronically, clinically depressed and seeking a cure for my depression for over twenty-five years. I was, oddly enough, one of the “lucky” ones: my depression was partner to an equally common disorder called Attention Deficit Disorder. So though I was at first treated only for the cure for depression alone, with Prozac, which saved me from offing myself but added a hundred pounds to my already hefty frame, I was eventually (in my early forties) treated for ADD with medication that took away the depression for the most part. Some days I can hear it coming, can feel in my gut the angst churning and brewing, but can embrace it for what it is, climb in bed with books and toys and whatever other comfort items I choose, and ride that bitch of a malady out. For it does pass. And as to a “cure” for depression, I still say really good drugs help.