corals keppel bay was the place we wanted to live. We had a few things we wanted in our home. One was to be right at the edge of the ocean. The other one is that we wanted to have our home overlooking a great ocean view. Corals at Keppel Bay met that criteria very well. The condo units are built into double curving towers right up at the edge of the ocean. Each unit has a large balcony that really makes them very appealing. Many waterfront properties have a small balcony and windows that overlook the water. These unites have really big windows and a large balcony area that you can use for entertaining guests or relaxing on by yourself.
The architect that designed the structures also made the Jewish Museum in Berlin and the art museum in Denver, Colorado. We got one of the four bedroom units that has 3,700 square feet of living space. You can get up to 7,900 square feet in one of the many penthouse units that are available. We jumped at the chance to get ours. Read the rest of this entry »
Shopping for a new home has been one of the most difficult and stressful experiences that I have ever had to go through in my life. I knew it was going to be a serious undertaking but the level in which I was immersed in real estate was mind blowing – not to mention anxiety causing! I wanted to try and find a home on my own but I quickly realized that I was going to need a helping hand – which is why I spoke with the leander real estate agents. Read the rest of this entry »
I was so excited! I just got my dream job and I was so ready to jump right in and get going with it. I had a few days of meetings, first, and while I was happy to learn more about the company and the position, I wanted to jump in and get started.
The first meeting I learned a lot about the company and the benefits that I would receive and I heard the next one was a leadership development course. The company was great and really cared for its employees. I had a few friends that had worked at this company for a few years and they were really happy. Sometimes they didn’t like the people they worked with, but that was no fault of the company itself. The benefits were great, too. I was excited to finally have insurance, vacation days and other great benefits.
The next day I was learning more about leadership development, as I thought. That would really help me in my new job and I was excited to learn more in this field of work. I loved being a leader and this new position was right up my alley. Read the rest of this entry »
The UK mobile phone market is a very saturated place. For consumers, this is great news because it means that you can take advantage of the desperation shown by the networks, and use it to your advantage. These companies pay a fortune to get your business, whether than be through TV adverts, billboards and magazines or more direct methods such as paying introduction fees to people who introduce you to their company.
Where the offers have really hotted up in recent years is actually in exactly the opposite area they were focussing on a decade ago. In the years following the turn of the millennium contract phones were the target for all of the big networks, as it allowed people to be tied in for long periods in exchange for a free handset. Now, however, consumers are much wiser to these tactics, and have far more choice, simply because of the number of phones that are sitting idle across the country. Estimates suggest that the average household is hoarding eight perfectly good mobile phones which are no longer in use, but still work. As a result, people have two options. They can either recycle them (some companies pay handsomely for the devices which they can dismantle and recycle as they contain valuable metals), or they can reduce their outgoings significantly by shunning the long term contracts they’ve become used to in favour of pay as you go deals instead.
Many people have not considered the prepay alternatives to contracts for many years, as they remember the days of expensive rates for calls and overpriced texts. Things have changed dramatically though, and you will often pay considerably less in a year for pay as you go compared to contracts because there’s no shiny new handset to pay for. What’s more, in addition to cheap airtime, many prepaid tariffs also offer incentives such as bundles of free minutes and texts when you top up, which pretty much match the incentives for signing up to a contract anyway!
Networks have been quite careful in how they promote these deals, with a lot of the in store offers still favouring contracts. After all, shops have rent to pay, unlike the websites that you will find such as http://free-simcards.co.uk which promote these great deals. The only real catch is that you don’t get a new phone, but that’s not a great problem, as you have no commitment to anyone with a prepay tariff. If your phone packs up, you are still free to take out a contract at any time to get a new phone (or use one of the other seven that are still perfectly good sitting in that drawer.
You might even find you can be frugal if you don’t have any old phones stashed away. Amazon have a ton of options available to pick up mobiles on the cheap, so that may too be a viable solution to saving a bit of hard earned cash. One thing’s for sure though, if getting your hands on the latest must have device isn’t that important to you, there’s money to be saved by avoiding those expensive contracts!
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