Consumers are now buying more and more organic produce. There is one thing that some of us may be confused about. And that is the thought, that aside from not ingesting harmful pesticides, we are less likely to be exposed to harmful bacteria when we buy organic.
The former is true, but the latter is definitely not. We have to keep in mind that organic produce in not healthier in terms of bacteria, than regular vegetables and fruits. This belief tends to make a lot of people that they can skip to thoroughly wash their organic fruits and vegetables.
It is important to note that just like any food, these organic produce are prone to contamination during growing, handling as well as processing. Rinsing them well before cooking and eating is a must!
I grew up in a musically inclined family but I never learned to play the guitar. Sure, I can play several instruments but not the guitar. For some reason, I never really even tried to learn to play it.
However, it’s a different story for my only brother, and now his only son. They both can play the instrument, I’m not just aware if epiphone bass guitar is one of them.
I don’t know much about the types of guitars and it would be nice to someday have a deeper understanding and knowledge on this subject. Nowadays, with the easy access online, we can virtually find out and investigate about anything under the sun.
It’s been ages since I’ve been to a concert. Likewise, I can’t even recall at this point the last time I was in a Broadway show. Friends who are out of state can’t seem to figure out why we don’t see Broadway shows more often. The proximity of the venue is just their parameter, but just like the many New Yorkers out there, life is simply hectic. But one of these coming days, it would be nice to head out to a concert and see those moving headlights on the concert venue once again.
Hence, I shop online more often than not. There are exceptions however, especially when it comes to specialty products. It pays to be able to actually see and feel the product.But when you’re shopping for stuff like moving head lights and the like, shopping online may be the best route for variety and better pricing.
You never thought about shopping for head lights, don’t you? I guess, it’s far fetch to most of us but definitely not far fetch for those who perform on stage.
We’re all encouraged to lead a paperless life, yet there are plenty of documents that we still need to keep. Let me list those that I am aware of:
- Tax returns. I save for seven years. Should you be audited by IRS, it usually goes back to three years, but if there are big issues, the Agent can look at six years worth of returns.
- ATM/credit card receipts. I normally shred them off after I received my monthly statement, balanced my checkbook, and received confirmation of any credit card payments. As for receipts for tax-deductible item, I file it for seven years with other tax information.
- Credit card statements. I keep them for seven years if there are tax deductible items. If they don’t and the card was used shopping for floid and other vanity stuff, I shred them after a year.
- Monthly bank statements. I store them for seven years.
- Home improvement receipts. If you are paying for a mortgage (thankfully we’re not anymore) you should also keep them with all the receipts for as long as you own the house.
- Utility and phone bills. Keep them for seven years if you take a home office deduction. I don’t, so I just keep ours for one year.
- W-2 forms. Keep them for seven years.
Reminder: Do not just toss these documents in the trash, you must shred them.
The Corsita Cutout Leather Red Sole Ankle Boot is one of the many shoes that I will never be able to wear but it deserves a space here nonetheless.
If you’ve been following me on my blogs, I’m now more into comfort over fashion. I used to be a victim of following trends when it came to shoes, but I decided I should be more kind to my feet, thus the change of heart and the only reason why I will never get to wear this style.
The stitched corset details of this Christian Louboutin ankle boot lace-up is a flattering, sleek silhouette. Made of the famous Christian Louboutin kidskin leather, this bootie has 4 1/2″ covered stiletto heel, pointed toe-single sole. The footbed and the lining – all made of leather. Made in Italy, it comes with a steep price at $1,195.
The birthday of my nephew who lives in Hawaii is in a few weeks and I have a lot of time in my hands to get him that perfect birthday gift. Even if he’s thousands of miles away getting it there just in time is not at all an issue because he’s going to visit us, maybe not in time for his birthday but immediately soon after. He’s been into musical instruments lately. But even if I’m not that well versed when it comes to unique music instruments, I’m sure I can weave through the many options at http://www.musiciansfriend.com.
I know he is going to be surprised because he pretty much knows what type of gifts I’m used to giving him. Well, once in a while it’s nice to depart from the norm. At least, he will be able to bring it home with him, and this saves me from worrying to get it shipped and make sure that it gets there whole.