It’s About Time

The article written by Alonso Kramer

After ten years of ownership and a couple of costly repairs over the past three months, I think it’s time to start thinking about a new car. I had hoped to keep mine for another couple of years and give it to my daughter when she turns sixteen but I’m not sure it’s going to make it that long! I have no idea what I want and am not in a huge rush to spend the money to buy anything new. Cars have changed so much since the last time I bought one it’s going to take me a little time to research what’s out there using my satellite internet.

There are so many new features that are available but I wonder how many of them are really practical and necessary. Plus with gas prices going up mileage will be a huge concern. I’m also planning to ask some family and friends for their recommendations as well. Not only is the car itself important but when you keep a vehicle as long as I do, the service at the dealership is a huge selling point!

Moving my business to Chicago

This guest post from Lenny Mcknight

When I first started my home based business I had no idea that it would grow at the speed that it did. I am not in an office complex with fifty employees and we are quickly running out of space here. I have started looking at new spaces to move the office and have quickly come to the conclusion that we need to be in town. My husband and I already live in downtown Chicago but I started my business in the suburbs for obvious cost reasons. Now that I have grown the business to a substantial size it is time to bring it in closer to home and where most of my employees live. One of the main headaches with a move like this is making sure that the business doesn’t stop just because we are moving offices. I called to get my T1 Chicago set up right away so that our internet orders can still be coming in and be being processed all the while we are moving desks and phones and what ever else.


This guest post from Edgardo Rosa
I’m glad that I logged onto and got internet service at our house because I have been using it a lot lately. I was recently diagnosed with Type II diabetes. I was really upset when I got the diagnosis because I never really considered myself a candidate. I thought that I was relatively healthy and ate relatively well. Turns out, I haven’t been taking care of myself as well as I should.
I have been using the internet as a resource to understand the disease that I am living with. I had no idea what an A1c or the medications that I was being prescribed were. My doctor gave me some really great internet resources to use. My favorite one is an application that you can download to your phone to help yourself calculate the amount of insulin or medicine that you need to take depending on your blood glucose reading. I can also track my carbs and keep track of how much exercise that I have gotten. The internet is making this much easier!

Beantown Bound

Thanks for the guest post by Jo Levy
Moving to Boston was one of the biggest decisions I ever had to make, especially since I just graduated from college in the winter. I have never lived alone before but I didn’t know anyone in Beantown so I had to find a studio apartment that I could afford as my first place. I did everything right as far as I know as all the utilities are on and I did preliminary Internet research at concerning wireless broadband. I’m really loving my new place so far and though my parents stayed that whole first weekend I don’t even feel that homesick.
I’m totally living the big city life and have already met a couple of girls I work who I think are going to make really great friends. I can’t wait to start integrating into my new home city and really making a life for myself here in Boston. Maybe this summer I’ll even get to take in a baseball game or drink a beer at the famous Cheers bar!