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September 20th is Wife Appreciation Day. If you gave that beaming Cinderella her glass slipper oh-so-long-ago, perhaps it’s time to celebrate Wife Appreciation Day and show her she’s still foremost in your heart. Let’s find some shoes that say, “I love you.” Shoes for the Adventure of Life….Together—When you said “Will you marry me,” you may have well queried “Will you go on the adventure of life with me?” Sure you’ve had your ups and downs, but surely there’s been some revelry along the way too.Read Now »
It’s not too late to take one last camping trip before summer’s end. Sure you can shop the big box camping and outdoorsman retailers and you’ll end up with all the bug spray and tinny camping accessories you need. I bet you’ve not checked the auto store. Here are a few auto store must-haves for the last great camping trip of summer: 1. A Cozy Chair—Laze about after a strenuous time pitching the family tent in the ARB Sport Camping Chair. It even has a drink holder! 4 Wheel Drive offers 5% off any order so order a bevy of chairs for the whole tribe to camp with. 2.Read Now »
If you’re having ulcers at the ideation of enrolling your teen in Driver’s Ed, you’re not alone. Many parents of novitiate drivers do, but keep things in perspective. The chance of your teen having a fatal crash is only a 1 in 3,745 in any given year. Now, breathe. Just as you baby-proofed the house when your dearie was born, you can also teen-proof the car. Here’s how. 1. Keep Both Hands on the Wheel—13% of all 18-20 year olds admitted to having a collison while driving and wielding a cellphone. Worse, 48% of adolescents have been a passenger in a vehicle where the driver, teen or adult, texted or called.Read Now »
Jersey Shore and Atlantic City aren’t the only things remarkable about New Jersey. Besides a presidential candidate, Jersey boasts a vibrant cultural life and plenty of attractions from the zealous traveler. You’ll need to have fantastic shoes to trek across storied New Jersey! New Jersey is a land of lighthouses. Mid-October, take the New Jersey Lighthouse challenge and explore the lore of all eleven of Jersey’s public lighthouses. The silent sentinels of the sea are some of the oldest in the nation and you’re going to need a valiant shoe to make the most of your excursion.Read Now »
New Mexico is dubbed the Land of Enchantment and with the stunning vistas, vibrant native culture and historical lore, the enchantment is real. The terrain of New Mexico is famous and you’ll need a variety of shoes to enjoy all of New Mexico’s pleasures. We’ll show you the shoes for your New Mexican excursion and you’ll be enchanted by the savings. Tantalized by turquoise? An excursion to Zuni Pueblo is a must. The Turquoise Village offers an array of turquoise jewelry and fetish carvings. Silver, coral and lapis await sojourners too.Read Now »
There’s some accolades you don’t want to win. Most awards are intended to laud the recipient but there are a few awards that do just the opposite. Let’s take a look at some of the most infamous awards you can be accorded. Texas Monthly’s Bum Steer Award
Badly behaved and imbecilic Texans may find themselves on Texas Monthly’s Bum Steer list. The Lone Star State pillories its uncouth politicians and citizenry in its annual Bum Steer edition. Past recipients of this dubious recognition include Wendy Davis, Lance Armstrong and Rick Perry among a legion of others over the storied years.
A recent study shows that being a “non-conformist” is actually more attractive to the opposite gender. The Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin is encouraging women to fly their freak flag a little a bit more and shed the stereotype of the submissive woman. Here’s a few freaktastic dating site, we bet you didn’t know existed: 1. Mullet Passions: The site for people who have and love people who have mullets. Redneck rendezvous for romance are available on this site, which is part of a larger network of social-media oriented Passions sites like Voodoo Passions, Plumber Passions and Taxidermy Passions.Read Now »
You’ve been tasked to bring something to the PTA’s Silent Auction. You fill with dread. Marjorie is bringing a spa pedicure gift certificate. Lois is bringing another one of her kitschy quilts. The Grangers always have those weird lumber sculptures their creepy uncle makes. You’re not crafty and you’re not rich either. Assemble an auto-inspired gift basket. Basket plus filler plus shrink wrap plus goodies plus a bow are the basics of the gift basket. The question becomes what to fill it with. Men often get left out when it comes to these silent auctions.Read Now »
If you’re a small business owner, you may be doing your own payroll. Payroll is a chore and can eat up oodles of productive time. If you’re till pouring over manila timecards and clocking in and out on clunky time clocks, it’s time to update your payroll methods for September, National Payroll Month. You may wax nostalgic about those manila punch cards your family business has been using since you were a teen. If your Uncle Ned’s hardware shop is completely analog, show him some nifty software.Read Now »
You may not hear the crunch of autumn leaves underfoot just yet, but if you’ve been shopping over the Labor Day Weekend you’ve probably noticed a sure sign of the resurgence of fall: black shoes. The fashion maxim of not wearing white after Labor Day has greatly relaxed since our grandmas and moms ditched their girdles. However, retailers online and offline are just now trotting out inky-hued shoes and we’ve found the best for your fall social calendar: 1. Peruse the Pumpkin Patch—Fall proffers pumpkin patches and corn mazes galore. Pitter patter in the pumpkin patch in the flocculent, comfortable Chickaree boot by UGG.Read Now »