I never thought I would be impressed by a timer — usually they feel flimsy, cost too much, are tedious to use, or don’t have the features I need. So I was surprised when I started using this Gymboss timer and found that it has all the features I need, it is very easy to use, it seems quite rugged, and it is inexpensive.
As you can see from my photo, the unit . . . → Read More: Gymboss Interval Timer
Here are two simple questions:
who wants to be healthy? who wants to be rich?
Probably most of you raised your hands to both questions.
But considering that the National Center for Health Statistics reports that more than 34% of Americans are obese (and with another 33% overweight), and considering that the average American has about $10,000 in credit card debt, there seems to be a big difference between what people say they . . . → Read More: I Will Teach You to be Rich
One basic theme of the book Emergency: This Book Will Save Your Life is the simple question: what will you do in an emergency?
For example, consider the reaction of most people — if they see a car wreck, their response is likely to be “call 911″. Or if the power goes out they will likely say “call the power company”. Or if they hear someone breaking into their home, they could . . . → Read More: How to Survive an Emergency