Thursday, October 11, 2018

Thankful lists: Random days in October 2018

1. Besides Spring, Autumn is also my favorite season. I love taking photos of changing colors of trees. This one I took last weekend, I edited little bit on photoshop and I love the end of results. You can see all of them at my Instagram account. 
BeFunky-collage (1)

2. This was Jason's 1st cooking class at school. He made a meatball soup. 
Jason 1st cook soup at school

3. Planning another vacation for next year. I hope everything going well as my plan.


Monday, September 17, 2018

Thankful lists: Random days in Aug & Sep 2018

1. We went to go to Legoland Denmark with airplane because the boys wanted. It was amazing fun trip for all of us. I told the boys that we are going to visit there again someday (when they are older to explore this place without grumble face) with more days to stay. 
Legoland Billund

2. Begin September was back to school. Jason go to new school in different city. He has to go with the school bus everyday and Matthew has to go to new group without Jason. They both needs to adaptation this this new situation. I am thankful, they are getting use to it with this. 

3. I learned new way to makes my photography getting better to presentation. I am SO excited putting them on my home decor store.  


Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Eliminating Unwanted Real Estate Legally

Twenty to thirty years ago, timeshares were extremely popular in the real estate market. Millions of people chose to invest in these properties with the intention of using them as vacation or second homes.

However, many people quickly found out that timeshares are a lot more trouble than they are worth. People have to pay taxes on them. They also have to pay to keep them in good condition.

When you can no longer afford to keep your timeshare, you might want to liquidate it as fast as possible. However, you might think your contract is ironclad and cannot be changed to let you out of it. By going online, you can find out how to get rid of a timeshare , what it takes to get out of your contract, and how to do all of this legally so you avoid penalties like being sued.

Getting Out of Your Contract
More than anything, you might wonder how you can get out of your timeshare contract. After reading it dozens of times yourself, you might assume it is ironclad and unable to be broken.

However, as you might find out from the organization, most contracts have loopholes that let you exit the agreement early. It is merely a matter of finding out what that loophole is and what it takes to use it in a legal manner.

The representatives from the company can explain what the out in the contract is to you. You can then use it to liquidate your timeshare.

Getting a Fair Price
Along with getting out of the contract, you also may want to get a fair price for the property. After all, you may have sunk thousands into it yourself. You want to recoup as much of that money as possible.

The company is prepared to offer you a reasonable price for your timeshare. You will not walk away with nothing but instead have money that you can put to other uses.

Getting rid of a timeshare may not be as impossible as you think. You can find out more by contacting the company today.


Friday, August 3, 2018

Weekend in Steinfurt - Germany

Around two weeks ago, we went to small city in Germany to visit my cousin. She lives there with her husband. She did visit us twice in here, so... it was time for us to return to visit her place. It took around 3 hours drove by a car. We stayed one night at her place because hubby still has to go to work on Monday.

We arrived around 11.15 am at her house. After lunch, we went to see her city. We ate Italian ice cream and went to shopping at outlet stores.

Day 1 Steinfurt - Germany

In the afternoon, we went to restaurant for dinner. We were thankful for that. The next morning, she took us to visit old castle not far from her house. We had long morning walk.  The weather was warm that day. We drove back to our city after lunch. I am sure we are going to Germany again soon and next time we are staying few days.

Day 2 Steinfurt - Germany


Wednesday, August 1, 2018

Why Home Care Is A Good Option For Your Elderly Family Member

As people age, their ability to live on their own becomes compromised for a variety of reasons. Families often dread the idea of putting an elderly family member in an assisted living facility, but that does not always need to be the case. If an elderly family member can care for themselves in basic ways, then there are services an elder care assistance company can offer that can keep your family member in their own home.

Medication Monitoring

One of the more significant benefits of in-home care for the elderly is medication monitoring services. Elderly family members, no matter how able they are to care for themselves, can often get their medications confused or they can forget to take them. By having a certified nurse come to your elderly family member's home every day, you can rest easy knowing they are getting their medication as it was prescribed each and every day.

Home Maintenance

A fear that family members have when it comes to the elderly is that they will not be able to maintain a clean home to allow for good health. An in-home service can provide home maintenance that would include regular cleaning, linen service and minor repairs. For major problems, the in-home associate can contact the family about bringing in a proper repair professional.

Personal Care

For many elderly people, basic personal care activities can be difficult to perform. To have the independence needed to live in their own home, an elderly family member needs to be able to attend to personal care activities such as using the restroom and showering. An in-home care associate can help with those activities and make sure your elderly family member is safe and healthy.

An in-home care associate can often be a less expensive and more preferred option for elderly care. A family can consult with its doctor to see if an in-home care associate would be enough to allow an elderly family member to remain living in their own home.

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