Guest Posts

3 Top Vacation Spots

October 15, 2011
Number Three

This is a guest post by Lisa Rollins. Looking for a new place to holiday this winter? Sick of the same old destinations you and your family have traveled to over the last few years? Break out of your rut and explore something new! Here are some travel destination ideas for your next get away. […]

A Student’s Guide to Cheap Travel

September 22, 2011

This is a guest post by Sarah Tipton. If you are a broke college student like me that still likes to travel and see this great country of ours (or some other country perhaps!) then you know how challenging it can be to do so on a limited budget. I have found a number of […]

Industrial Floor Scale Options

September 22, 2011
floor scale

This is a guest post by Bill Graves. If you run a warehouse, freight company, or any other type of industrial business, reliable floor scales are essential tools in helping you keep accurate records of your loads and providing reliable services to your customers. There are a variety of uses for floor scales in an […]

Real vs. Virtual Poker Rooms

March 7, 2011
Online Poker Room

This is a guest post by Matt McGuire. One of the things people are always asking is if it is better to play poker in online poker rooms, or should they play in a real casino. The answer is mixed. Some people prefer online, while others lean towards the real casinos. The reality is that […]

Are You Ready to Play in Online Poker Tournaments?

March 6, 2011

This is a guest post by Matt McGuire. There are lots of amateur poker player who dream of playing in a tournament. At least that is the smaller dream they have. The big dream is to play in the World Series of Poker, but for many that is nothing more than a pipe dream. However, […]

How quickly can you learn poker?

November 15, 2010

This is a guest post by Simon Barnett. Poker seems to be in the news more right now than it has ever been before. There’s complete television coverage of many leading events and the top poker players are becoming household names. There’s something particularly appealing about the game. We may be attracted by the thought […]

Safety and Car Insurance

April 13, 2010

American psychologist Abraham Harold Maslow proposed in 1954 that man’s needs, in order, are physiological needs such as food, water, and sleep; safety and security; love and belongingness; esteem; and self-actualization (a state of realizing man’s own greatest potential). This theory, called the “hierarchy of needs,” is still being used today in psychology and health […]