We have done blogs on Man Caves in the past, but running across this video recently prompted us to re-visit the topic yet again.
Men, picture yourself at the end of another long work day, or work week, and the overwhelming need to just check out, and relax for a couple hours. Whether you were in the office for 65 hours or on the floor of the factory for 50 hours, you deserve a break, a chance to unwind, and kick back in your own space. Now, you can get your Man Cave delivered fully assembled and ready for use!
Do you need to have a place where he can get away from all the noise, and relax while watching the game? That place where you can have the guys over for a little card game, in your own space without the interruptions that you have become accustomed to.
If you need your space… To do what you want… when you want to do it!
Watch this short video and check it out.
To learn more about these ready made Man Caves, model sizes & prices checkout this link. ManCaves
Muddle the lime juice, mint, arugula, and sugar together in a tall Collins glass until the leaves bruise lightly and the flavors release. Add ice until glass is about 3/4 full and then pour in rum and green tea. Stir well and garnish with mint and limeThe perfect summer cocktail, a cross between a tall glass of fresh brewed iced green tea and a mojito!! I think this could be your signature drink all summer, it’s icy cool, and has the added bonus of antioxidant rich green tea.
So simple using ingredients you probably have on hand such as green tea, fresh limes, fresh mint leaves and raw sugar (you could use agave or stevia to keep it sugar-free).
Multiply the recipe and make a pitcher for a party, or make them by the glass for a more intimate gathering. And for those of you who don’t drink alcohol, leave out the rum for a refreshing cocktail. Continue reading →
When the Wall Street Journal or Forbes run mortgage rate stories as their lead items, those of us who keep an eye on the Brandon real estate market pay close attention. I frequently share what they say here. But when even the non-financial outlets like USA TODAY and the cable TV news channels give top billing to real estate market news, it’s a real attention-grabber.
That’s what happened recently. USA TODAY’s online headline focused on the 15-year fixed mortgage rate, “at a record low 2.61%.” The cable news channels talked about record low rates, too (although if you hit the ‘pause’ button long enough to read the TV graphics, you saw that the national average for 30-year loans was still a shade away from the actual record low).
Never mind that; it’s still surprising that mortgage rates continue to linger at such tempting lows.
The reason is hardly a secret: the Federal Reserve is holding rates down to energize the real estate market — a key element of the overall economy. Yet, with existing home sales notching up in the first quarter at the briskest pace in four years, you would have thought that mortgage rates would have been loosened up at least somewhat. And with new home sales doing their best since 2008… Continue reading →