Vegetarians, this blog is not for you (and I know there are a lot of you out there…especially in Austin). Every now and again I just want a really good, tasty fulfilling burger…and chain fast food need not apply. I know I need to try more actual burger joints, but a few of my top… Continue Reading
As I get older I start to realize the habits I have formed for doing a lot of tasks. For example, to-do lists. I usually can remember most the things I need to do, as I did in college, but for some reason I think I write down “tasks” just so I can scratch them… Continue Reading
I have this new song in my head. And I don’t even know all of the words to it, so it’s as if I just hear the background music and what little words I do know playing over and over, ever have that happen to you? I guess it is better than having that Gloria… Continue Reading
Ever seen an angy man rip his shirt off, throw it down and leave a gymnasium after a bad call in social dodgeball playoff event? I have. Ever play kickball with a 13” red ball while drinking Miller LIght against a team called Schweddy Balls or Abusement Park? I have. Austin SSC has no lack… Continue Reading
Know what I love about the internet? Little things like this… http://www.hiyoooo.com/ Click on his head and have a great day.
University of Texas is one large campus! With so many students and faculty trying to get to one area (whether you live close or farther out) I thought this link could be helpful. http://www.utexas.edu/parking/transportation/shuttle/map.html
Curious as to if you qualify for the First time home buyer’s tax credit…or how it works? Here are some frequently asked questions to clarify: Who is eligible to claim the tax credit? First-time home buyers purchasing any kind of home—new or resale—are eligible for the tax credit. To qualify for the tax credit, a… Continue Reading
An interesting article you might like to read from Forbes, Real Estate. Ten Cities Where Americans Are Relocating Lauren Sherman, 03.30.09, 04:00 PM EDT U.S. migration may be down overall, but these vibrant metro areas are still attracting newcomers. In Depth: 10 Cities Where Americans Are Relocating Unemployment is on the rise, credit is tight,… Continue Reading