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Thursday, March 29, 2012
Guest post written by Steph Dallas
I know that painting a shower curtain sounds really strange, but that's what it's come to because I absolutely couldn't find a shower curtain that I want. I'm now sure where or when I saw a yellow chevron design shower curtain, but it makes me so sad that I can't find it now!
Actually, it's downright devastating. I had my heart set on it, so I decided to just make one on my own since I couldn't find one to buy like it.
Well I went looking around online to see if I could find anyone who'd also made their own shower curtain. I didn't know the first place to begin! While I was looking up DIY shower curtains I saw some info on Debt Settlement USA and took a look. I would love to be out of debt and am going to use the site to help me work toward that goal.
I did find an idea for a painted shower curtain and decided to stick with that. It was a lot easier than I imagined with a canvas shower curtain and some good fabric paint.
Wednesday, March 28, 2012
Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Guest Post by Jerold Austin
After graduation from business school, I was offered a job in Greenville. I was excited about my future and couldn’t wait to get started with work. I didn’t have any friends or family there, but I figured I would make friends quickly, as I always have.
I’m glad I went ahead and got DIRECTV Greenville connected in my apartment, because despite my optimism, I didn’t make friends so fast. My job was very demanding, and I wasn’t able to dedicate much time and energy to my social life. I was lonely, and spent many nights at home alone the first year I was there.
I didn’t realize how much harder it was to make friends when you are working, than when you are a student. No matter how hard a student works, you are always in some kid of social setting, like a class or a library. When you go to work every day, people are already entrenched in their lives, and many of them could care less about meeting new people.