Monthly Archives: July 2011

Best website for wool clothing!

It’s been awhile since my last post, but I haven’t come across anything worth your time to read visit. Except this – http://www.woolovers.com.au This website has got to be one of the best for buying clothing that is wool related. For … Continue reading

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If ALDI doesn’t have it, wait for it until it does.

Shopping at ALDI teaches discipline. It rewards those who have future orientation. Future orientation is what every parent should try to teach their kids since children are born present oriented hedonists… Is there anything they don’t want… like right now?!?! What … Continue reading

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The paradox of choice means you should just shop ALDI.

First watch this. Now, if you have never shopped at ALDI for your weekly groceries. Please do and be prepared to be pleasantly surprised.

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I think I have found my niche for my first SBI site

Ok, so here’s the update. I’ve basically whittled it down to this one niche… want to guess? … Frugality. Yeap, that’s right. How to be frugal. Now from my brainstorming session on SBI this niche still has high demand and … Continue reading

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A month of SBI – Site Build It

Since subscribing to sitesells Site Build It program, I have spent roughly an hour a day reading and watching their action guide. In terms of following the steps I’m still in Day 2 and still trying to work out my … Continue reading

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Ron Paul Vs Obama… round robin

This interview will give you a taste of what it would be like when Ron debates Obama. True, it’s not a real debate and Obama doesn’t have the right of reply, but just the difference in their answers to some … Continue reading

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