Typically when I buy shoes, I wear those shoes every day of the week. I am not the type of person that wears different shoes with different wardrobes. So when I wear shoes, I wear them for long periods, every day, through all weather. I really wear them out fast and often, the shoes outlast
Yesterday I spent most of the day with a screw driver in my hand. I built an Ikea dresser, I tightened all the screws in my house that need tightening and I built a couple shelves. By the end of the day, and even this morning, my hand feels like it is going to fall
More and more often, people in my neighborhood are spotting bears. My sister had one outside her home, treating itself to dinner by her garbage pails. My wife just saw one at the supermarket near our home. There have been plenty of bear spotting reports in the area. I grew up here and have never
For the past few years, I have always hired a snow plow guy on a per-plow basis. Typically the cost of a plowing was about $30 to $35 per plow. This year, I decided to go with a season contract. That means you pay a single fee and no matter how much or little snow
I grew up in a town named Monsey, in New York, in Rockland County. Monsey is 45 minutes from New York City. When I grew up there in the 80s and 90s it was a lot different from what it is now. Monsey is kind of now like a place in Brooklyn called Borough Park.
This weekend I spent some time putting away the out door items for the upcoming Winter. What does that mean? Well… I shut off out side water valves Bring in any water hoses Drain those outdoor water spouts Bring in outdoor furniture (deck/patio table and chairs) Staked in the driveway reflectors for upcoming snow plows
Ever since moving into my home I never wanted to pay for a trash can. The concept of paying for something to store something that you are throwing away, just well – doesn’t necessarily make full sense to me. I know it has to go somewhere but to pay for a container to keep it