Monthly Archives: November 2011
Fleece is commonly used all over the world, mainly in jackets and blankets as an insulating material during cold weather. Fleece jackets are fantastic for outdoor activity, especially when there is a chance of rain because fleece does not soak up much water. … Continue reading
Make a Simple Sweatshirt Special.
“Upcycling” clothing is a fun way to re-purpose old fabrics into new clothes for children and adults. Upcycling involves incorporating the materials from old clothes, changing the style and turning it into something different. Upcycled clothing is usually less expensive than new. You can find … Continue reading
My Sister’s Closet 8610 Genesee Ave #200 San Diego, CA 92122 This weekend I had the good fortune to find the newest location of “My Sister’s Closet” in my UTC neighborhood in San Diego. I was out for a casual … Continue reading
Another post on collections… but I really feel these zombie collection practices deserve one more short post. Here are a couple of tips and final warnings to help deal with these agencies trying to collect on super-old debts. Understand your … Continue reading
Collecting legacy debts – even debt you may not be legally responsible for – is becoming a highly profitable venture. Companies purchase these “junk debts” for pennies on the dollar and then go after the people they think are most likely to pony up. A phone … Continue reading