Offensive-smelling Medications

October 14, 2016 at 1:55 pm | Posted in Healthful Hints, Over The Counter Remedies | Leave a comment


Have you purchased an over-the-counter medicated pain relief preparation for pain such as arthritis only to discover the menthol, camphor, eucalyptus and/or other oils in that product are way too potent to apply, especially before going out in public?

Rather than not using the product or throwing it away, try removing the lid on its container, allowing the strong odor to dissipate somewhat which should make a difference.

In a few days, the strong odor will be more tolerable without affecting the product’s integrity.



October 9, 2016 at 2:48 pm | Posted in Automobile Accident Facts, Road Hazards | Leave a comment

Have you noticed?

People are driving faster than ever, dangerously tailgating the car ahead then suddenly changing lanes, aggressively squeezing their vehicles into another lane with very little space to spare! So much for drivers observing the “three-second rule” which, if followed, helps drivers gauge the recommended distance between vehicles in order to avoid collisions and safely come to a stop if necessary.

Mix speed with various distractions lighting up there on the dashboard, pets freely roaming around inside the vehicle, kids requiring attention, the cellphone ringing, the texting while driving, the inebriated, the angry, the medicated and so forth, well…no wonder there are so many more accidents occurring lately.

Attorneys specializing in automobile accident injuries recommend that your uninsured motorist coverage be at least as much as your liability coverage. If the other driver is not insured or is underinsured, his policy may not be enough to cover injuries you may incur due to his poor driving. If that is the case, your own uninsured motorist coverage will be there to protect you. Talk to your insurance agent for details.




July 3, 2016 at 3:19 pm | Posted in Beautifying Secrets for Everyone, How To Stay Youthful & Attractive Looking, Noninvasive Remedies | Leave a comment


If you’ve tried just about everything short of liposuction, which not only is risky to put your body through but it’s also very expensive, and you still can’t get rid of stomach fat, try this:

Lie on your stomach with your elbows bent with your open fingers placed down on the floor to brace yourself.

Pull your stomach in as much as you can.

Using the strength of your arms, slide your body forward and back 50 times, effectively rubbing your torso against the floor, targeting that fatty area.

Now with stomach still pulled in, change the direction of the exercise by sliding your body side to side, back and forth, rubbing your torso against the floor another 50 times.

Do this combination as many times as you feel like doing every day and you will see results simply because you are physically massaging stomach fat away, targeting its stubborn structural mass.



July 3, 2016 at 2:31 pm | Posted in Health Concerns, Helpful Hints, Noninvasive Remedies, Warts On Feet | Leave a comment


Are you plagued by a wart that refuses to go away in spite of applying various over-the-counter drugstore preparations and/or scheduling doctor’s visits resulting in surgery which added up to hundreds of dollars only to have the wart reappear?

The key to getting rid of a wart is changing up its living matter – its structural formula – its molecular biology.

Go online and check out the Wartabater, reading everything there is to read about this product, then buy it. It works.

Tutoring For Extra Cash

May 23, 2016 at 3:25 pm | Posted in Helpful Hints, Miscellaneous Facts, Monetary Concerns, Opportunities, Tutoring Or Teaching For Extra Cash | Leave a comment

Do you excel in English or Math or are you proficient in  piano or any other subject?

If so, to earn extra money, tutor these subjects either in your home, a student’s home or in a public place such as a library or coffee house.

Libraries are not as particular as they used to be years ago when they demanded absolute quiet.  Nowadays, you might hear loud laughter or conversations by library employees themselves. If this is too distracting for you to concentrate, you may need to work someplace else.


Automobile Accidents

May 2, 2016 at 11:05 am | Posted in Automobile Accident Facts, Miscellaneous Facts | Leave a comment

Whether it’s your fault or not, in the state of California, if there is an injury, death or property damage in excess of $750 on a California street, highway or private property, the driver or drivers involved must fill out and file form SR-l within ten days of the accident and  mail that form to the Department of Motor Vehicles, Financial Responsibility, Mail Station J237, P. O. Box 942884, Sacramento, CA 94284  or risk suspension of their driver’s license. Accidents involving vehicles not required to be registered are not reportable if there is no injury or death.

For further information, contact the Department of Motor Vehicles.




April 17, 2016 at 3:57 pm | Posted in Uncategorized, Writing A Screenplay, Your Novel Can Be Your Screenplay | Leave a comment


Are you the author of a novel?

If so, I encourage you to write your own screenplay! That’s exactly what I did, recently finishing the screenplay for my novel, “The Brothers from Budapest.”

You know your work better than anyone else! You know what is important to include in that screenplay and what is best left out since most screenplays are limited to 120 pages.

It’s not that difficult to do. It just takes drive and determination so go for it!

Good Luck!

Pineapple Freshness

January 6, 2016 at 12:05 pm | Posted in Checking Food Freshness, Health Concerns, Healthy Fruit, Miscellaneous Facts | Leave a comment
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Thinking of buying a whole pineapple to slice up for fruit salad or a fresh fruit snack?

At first glance, the pineapple might look perfectly fine. But make sure to turn the pineapple over and take a good look at the bottom of it.

Many times you will see mold already growing there, emitting a definite mildew-like odor. If so, it’s unhealthy to eat.

Don’t buy it. Simply put it back.



Old-Fashioned Wassail

December 8, 2015 at 11:59 am | Posted in Festive Treats For The Holidays, Wassail, Wonderful Recipes | Leave a comment


For a holiday get-together, try this wonderful recipe:

2 gallons sweet apple cider

2 cups orange juice

1 cup lemon juice

1 cup pineapple juice

1 cup sugar

2 whole cinnamon sticks

1 teaspoon whole cloves

Combine ingredients and bring to a simmer. Strain and serve hot.



Hungarian Pastries For Your Holidays

December 5, 2015 at 10:55 am | Posted in Fabulous Food Tips, Festive Treats For The Holidays, Hungarian Pastries | Leave a comment


One pound cream cheese

One pound unsalted butter

Four cups all purpose flour

1/2 teaspoon baking soda

1/4 teaspoon salt

SOLO brand apricot, cherry, poppy seed, almond, raspberry or any other SOLO brand canned filling. (Do not use anything but SOLO brand fillings. Ordinary jams and jellies will run, spreading too thinly when heated in the oven.)


Thoroughly knead softened cream cheese and softened butter with the flour, baking soda and salt until well mixed. (It is not necessary to first sift the flour.)

Roll into a ball then separate the dough into four sections. Roll out one section of dough at a time on lightly-floured cutting board with lightly-floured rolling pin. Cut into kite-shaped pieces or triangles about two to three inches long. Spoon filling onto the center then fold dough over the filling. Place on ungreased cookie sheet and bake at 375 degrees for 20 to 25 minutes. Sift pure cane powdered sugar generously over cookies then place on a pretty plate covered with a beautiful paper doily. Serve with milk, coffee or tea. Enjoy!

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