Special Radio Show I'm proud of!
I am proud to be part of a fast growing radio show on Saturday mornings - which is all about collecting, antiques, home decor, crafts, gardening and more - called Marc Speaking. Wanna listen in tomorrow? I think you'll enjoy it! Show starts after the news at 10 AM on our sister station:
Thanks to the radio show's success - Marc recently opened a local store called "Cherry Hill Home". It's a fantastic home decor store full of antiques and one of a kind creations! Visit Cherry Hill Home Fridays and Saturdays at 2811 Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte (on the access road - same building as Labcorp, and straight across from the old Whiskey Creek restaurant)
Scientists at the University of Nicosia in Cyprus anonymously asked men on Reddit why they thought they were still single. They analyzed more than 6,700 comments and revealed the top 43 reasons why people are unable to find a partner:–
Poor looks (including baldness, and short stature)
Not interested in relationships
Poor flirting skills
Recently broke up
Bad experiences from previous relationships
No available women
Lack of time
Enjoying being single
Difficult to find women to match
Poor mental health
Lack of achievements–
Stuck with one girl
Lack of social skills
Have not got over previous relationship
Don’t know how to start a relationship
Lack of money
I do not trust women
Not picking up clues of interest
Fear of relationships
‘I am not interesting’
Fear of rejection
‘I will not be a good partner
Attracted to the wrong women
Is not worth the effort
Fear of commitment
Health – disability issue
Difficult to keep a relationship
Guys...how many do you feel are affecting your love life?
YouTuber and gadget tester Taras aka "Crazy Russian Hacker" shares the reactions of his three Siberian husky dogs and puppy as they try on dog shoes for the first time.
Flower Shop Owner sends Flowers To All Teachers At Local School
She treated every teacher to a back-to-school bouquet.
Going back to school will be a little easier for the teachers at Walnut Grove Elementary in Covington, Georgia this year thanks to a local flower shop owner. Sandi Williams, owner of April’s Rose Garden, made a special floral arrangement for every employee at the school.
Williams spent days working nonstop to get the flowers ready for the back-to-school surprise. In total, she made 150 arrangements for school staff and they loved the sweet gesture.
“Thanks to April’s Rose Garden Flowers for sending our staff members these flower arrangements!,” the school writes on Facebook. “How thoughtful and encouraging! Your kindness is very much appreciated!”
Source: Fox 23
What are "Dinnie stones?' More than 730 pounds of rock. And Leigh Holland-Keen is the first woman in 40 years to lift them.
Here’s What College Kids Are Spending Their Parents' Money On
- A new survey reveals that 34% of Millennials admit they’ve lied to mom and dad about where they’re spending their parents’ money while in college
- 67% of Millennials who get money from their parents say they get about $2,000 or less a year
- 76% mostly use their money to eat out, while 59% use it buy clothes, 53% say they use it for drinks and snacks, while 15% admit they use it for partying
With a lot of kids heading off to college in the coming weeks, parents may be struggling to decide whether or not they should give their kids spending money. Well, if they do, a new report suggests they may never know what their kids will actually be using that money for.
A new survey reveals that 34% of Millennials admit they’ve lied to mom and dad about where they’re spending their parents’ money while in school, while 12% say they haven’t lied, but that’s because their parents haven’t actually asked.
Overall, about 67% of Millennials who get money from their parents say they get about $2,000 or less a year. As for what they’re spending it on, 76% mostly use it to eat out, while 59% use it buy clothes, 53% say they use it for drinks and snacks, and 15% admit they use it for partying.
Of course, not all kids are being completely bankrolled by their parents. In fact, 60% say they worked at some point while in college, while 44% have worked every year. Plus, of those getting recreational money from their parents, 60% contribute monetarily to their education and 65% are taking out student loans to cover costs.
- Finally, if parent are worried about whether giving their kids money is doing them good, it seems the answer is yes. The survey finds that 70% of those receiving financial support from their parents say it has contributed to their academic success. In addition, 85% say managing that money helped them learn personal finance skills.
Source: Market Watch
If you are old enough to remember Monty Python's "Ministry of Silly Walks" then you will get a kick out of this one!