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Working from home attracts a lot of hopefuls who legitimately want a better quality of life. In so many ways, working from home is sweet as heck. Right at this very moment, I’m sitting outside in Houston Texas, my hair teased by the warm breezes from the Gulf of Mexico. It’s November, and a warm 80° with … Read more
Here are people scoping as Patricia makes landfall. More will be added as they come, so keep checking back. Chequeo de daños en Colima The calm before the storm #patricia Hurricane Chill Out Street Recorrido tercer anillo #Colima paso del #Huracan #Patricia
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#Houston splash pads. They are EVERYWHERE. When we moved here, they were a lifesaver in the summer heat. Splash pads are great because they cool the concrete and they cool your body, without the hassle of getting into a pool. Splash pads are a game-changer for little ones who can’t yet swim. There are all … Read more
#Houston kids activities can either be for bigger kids or small tots. For parents, it can be tough to find a place that is safe, clean, and good for all ages. It’s tough to go to places with a 9 year old and a 1 year old, for example, and have them together. … Read more
I went to visit the Sri Meenakshi Devasthanam Temple. It was in a small city named Pearland, surrounded by farmland. I was genuinely surprised at how big it was! Though it was undergoing renovation, I got a lot of great pictures there. The people were very kind to me, and I never felt as if I … Read more
Do you need to be a good writer in order to #blog? Short answer – no. That doesn’t mean you’re off the hook for creating good content. The trick is to create content that is engaging and interesting. That can be tough to do, but you know what they say, “Practice makes perfect.” Blog, #write, … Read more