True Story: How a Family Survived A War (The Cambodian Genocide)

By |2021-09-10T00:22:27-07:00Sep 10, 2014 - Wednesday|Family, General|

Read: 9 mins. The incredible, TRUE STORY of a family struggling during the horrific events of the Cambodian Genocide has touched and inspired the author (whom Michael is associated with) in many ways. The strength and will of the said family's parents to keep their children alive is inspiring, putting our daily lives' problems into perspective.


Athlete’s Foot After Backpacking Yosemite: Remedies

By |2021-09-09T22:12:27-07:00Sep 9, 2014 - Tuesday|Health, Travel|

Read: 7 mins. "Athlete's foot (tinea pedis) is a fungal infection that usually begins between the toes. It occurs most commonly in people whose feet have become very sweaty while confined within tight-fitting shoes. Signs and symptoms of athlete's foot include a scaly rash that usually causes itching, stinging and burning." I got it after backpacking Yosemite. Here are the remedies I followed to prevent its spread and get rid of it.


Review: Knight Physical Therapy

By |2021-08-13T21:47:16-07:00Apr 28, 2014 - Monday|Place, Event Reviews, Reviews|

Read: 3 mins. Six months ago, my lower back crumbled with paralyzing pain, and it happened again a month later -- but this time, the severe pain would not subside after two weeks, and I went to see a well-respected orthopedic. MRI diagnosis showed a 5mm-slipped disc at the bottom of my spine, and I was asked to see a physical therapist in order to avoid surgery. I chose to initially go to a chiropractor instead, but that was a mistake. Read on to see why.


Review: Mammoth Cave

By |2021-08-13T22:00:23-07:00Apr 28, 2014 - Monday|Place, Event Reviews, Reviews|

Read: 3 mins. Mammoth Cave in Utah was fun for our group of 11 adults, and the children we met there also enjoyed their time. The Caves were apparently formed about 2,000 years ago by volcanic lava flow, and exploring 3 of the 4 caves was quite an adventure!


Review: Yaeger Services

By |2021-08-13T21:45:46-07:00Apr 28, 2014 - Monday|Place, Event Reviews, Reviews|

Read: 3 mins. Our furnace attic was on a 1999 recall list, and sadly, the owner we purchased the house from did not take advantage of the free replacement. The Premier furnace was responsible for a number of deaths and house fires, and went out of business in the early 2000's. After having done a lot of research and interviewing a handful of heating contractors, we came across Yaeger Services on Angie's List. Here is our experience with them.

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