Do You Want to Just Survive or Thrive? (part one)

Written by Jayce McMeeken

You’ve probably heard this, or maybe you will relate to this personally. Have you ever arrived somewhere and wondered, “How did I get here?” or “Why am I here?”

Have you ever wondered if you’ve missedrepparttar boat (with your family on it)?

Life is a battle that must be fought if there is to be a favorable outcome for you, as well as those around you that countrepparttar 146790 most. But often, we are fighting battles that don’t lead to a desirable outcome, a dream or an ambition realized.

They are reactive wars that are based on barely surviving.

Do you want to just survive or thrive?

For me, thriving offers an alternative way of living that brings abundant outcomes.

Let’s face it. We all have a basic survival instinct and so it doesn’t matter how tough life gets… as humans we survive. Like many people, I used to save my head off and forgo life’s “material pleasures” which byrepparttar 146791 way - have no substance.

I’m talking about nice cars, houses, televisions, furniture… it’s all based on fake reality.

Anyway, we struggled and battled and fought to save money so we could get ahead a bit faster. Get ahead to where?

That wasrepparttar 146792 question that I started to ask myself. “What does it all mean? Who cares if I have all these “nice things” to play with? Surely that’s not what life is supposed to be about?” The endless fight that we were fighting was not bringing usrepparttar 146793 real stuff that counted.

Build Your Own Wine Rack (In An Afternoon)

Written by Pankaj andy

A good drink is what even Gods enjoy and to most a good wine isrepparttar best drink inrepparttar 146640 world. The connoisseurs of wine say that to find out a good wine is to smell and taste it. Not isrepparttar 146641 case withrepparttar 146642 wine racks. It is much harder a task than that for you get to knowrepparttar 146643 insulation, humidity and temperature that your wine needs besidesrepparttar 146644 ambience that your wine drinker needs and lot other things.

Because ofrepparttar 146645 specific requirements ofrepparttar 146646 wines in terms ofrepparttar 146647 humidity, etcrepparttar 146648 wine racks can be only few types inrepparttar 146649 texture although they may vary in terms ofrepparttar 146650 design,repparttar 146651 space they tae andrepparttar 146652 number of wine bottles they can hold.

For building your own wine rackrepparttar 146653 first thing that you should be sure of is that whether your walls have sufficient insulation otherwise you will lose nearly all of your good wine. A good insulation ranges from R11 to R19 dependingrepparttar 146654 outer temperature, as basement cellars may need more insulation. After having an optimum insulationrepparttar 146655 next thing you should consider for building your own rack isrepparttar 146656 material. The options available are redwood, lattice, country pine and mahogany. Redwood offers a soothing look torepparttar 146657 bar whilerepparttar 146658 country pine allows an artistic environment. You can also have metal ones but they require extra care and not much can be offered in terms of designs.

For each bottle there should be a 4 to 6 inch breathing space that will help in not only easy accessibility but also for cleaning purposes. You shouldn’t forget to keeprepparttar 146659 width ofrepparttar 146660 rack at least 2 inch more thanrepparttar 146661 length ofrepparttar 146662 wine bottle although we advise around 15 inch for a single racking. There are many designs and most of them in different geometrical patterns butrepparttar 146663 best out of them isrepparttar 146664 rectangular one which is quite safe.

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