…and I’m there.
Its gone by so quickly, I didn’t think I could rant so much.
Its been very enjoyable and informative. Its people like you that give me hope for our future.
They are very cute luvin.
Here is our simple soap saver
nice one ccBear,
lovely and clean, well finished.
I love the variety of approaches you see on ALS. Using what comes to hand. I love trawling through second hand places or the dump imagining how I could use stuff.
wow, you are crafty, you are filling this blog up pretty quick.
love the button bracelets and the jean pocket remote holders :tup:
Thank you for posting this KD, I have been cleaning out each day without respiratory protection. I didnt think about it, great advice.
welcome Burra :wave:
Nice one max, thanks for sharing.
Jenni, property is a balance of personal and financial. In the current economic woes I would be leaning more to financial considerations. You might love the idea of the block and pay the 180 but what if in 2 years time a similiar block next door goes for 150. Ask sydney mortgagees if they still want in on their…[Read more]
awww he is gorgeous Keri, congrats, one week!! 😀 look at that hair.
thats a great story helen, please continue to share.
“worse than i remember”
it is funny how your mind day dreams.
“what waterfall”…that is great.
We saw people start to reconsider things when oil hit $147 a barrel, but at $100 now people think the pressure is off and settle back into their life. Its called inertia and it will take a big push to move society out of its dependence. This is the best place for people to be for corporations to make money. The more time in our day we consume, the…[Read more]
Nice one Wayne.
I have always looked at those steel frame bay garages and thought they would make a good dwelling.
I have seen a few shed conversions here where they have gyprocked inside, put up walls, they are really fitted out nice. When they can afford it.
here is a company that does tiny house, in the US i think:
US market down another 440 points last night. This is a another massive fall. Bit of a ways to the end of this.
What this means for you? banks will tighten up loan requirements, super funds will give poor returns, local council investments suffer, global demand will drop, unemployment will rise…
So a bit of a slowdown while the current financial…[Read more]
great pic garden girl, they look healthy, great enclosure.
great menagerie, thanks for sharing.
There are no “roll over” super funds ali_celt. You know it as a roll over fund because someone moved it to that one for you.
roll over just means moving the funds from one super account to another.
It might be good if you find all your super, select one fund and move all your seperate super accounts into that one. You can go to most of your…[Read more]
Maybe building rubble would work. Keep an eye out around your neighbourhood, womble like, for any discarded stuff.
My grandfather had old bricks laid like pavers for his path.
well written ahning, a nice read.
I think that real banks, that take deposits and make loans, are necessary to human society because credit enables people to bridge gaps in time.
I have a sense of optomism growing about the market. I am cash and short positions at the moment but I confident in the underlying value of our big companies. Banks and…[Read more]
That gravel sounds nice. The sound of walking around your beds would be great.
I was able to get a ute load of sawdust from a local mill. This keeps the weeds down and inhibits snails as well.
sounds like a wonderful day, thank humbug, bit far away but good info. :tup:
If you are considering putting your super money in a bank account please consider:
2. selling your existing super in a depressed market.
3. compliance costs
If a savings account is at 8% and inflation is at 5%, then the interest is just covering inflation and tax. You might not be going backwards but sideways isnt any good…[Read more]
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