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Kitchen of the Week: Ultra-White Cabinetry in Calgary

Owners turned to a piano finisher for the gloss on this extra-white kitchen

While all of the elements of this kitchen stand out — rich walnut flooring, modern design, and sleek stainless steel appliances — the real show-stopper is the high-gloss white cabinetry. 416 more words

Interest

Credit Card Cash Advances: What You Need To Know

If you’re in a bind and desperate for money, a cash advance via your credit card can seem like an oasis in the financial wilderness. Be careful, though. 329 more words

Financial

Australia central bank leaves rates unchanged at 2.5%

As widely expected, the Reserve Bank of Australia on Tuesday left its key cash rate at a record low of 2.5 percent, where it’s been since August of last year, and suggested rates will stay on hold for a while. 13 more words

"Why does it ever have to end?"

“I’ll never understand.”
Why
some things end
and others
begin;
but by existing
it will never be forgotten.

Writing

So that went well...

Silver Fox texted me on Sunday and we chatted off and on all day. I went to a housewarming party for a friend last night and told him that it would have been more fun if he was there. 359 more words

Singledom

The strength of compound interest

We know more and more about less and less. Specialisation makes you close minded and tends to diminish the resources you can use in order to stimulate your syntactic creativity. 232 more words

Personal Evolution

This Unprecedented Monetary Experiment Will End Very Badly

Source: KingWorldNews

Not only the Austrian School of Economics regards inflation as a monetary phenomenon: the view of the “Chicago School” is much more widely known. 278 more words

Financial/Societal Collapse And Dependence

Centinel2012 reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

As both a trained economist and engineer I can see that This is 100% true. the difference between most engineering is time frames engineering issue work in very short time frames like a car is good for between 100,000 and 150,000 miles before repairs start become an issue. In economics these things can take several generations to work out so the politicians can fool you for a relatively long time before it all falls apart.