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PerPlexed with the World Of Blogging - Free Workshop Friday, March 4th @ 12:00 noon

  • Where: Connect113, 113 S Columbus St, Alexandria, VA 22314 (Suite 100 (Below Red Barn Mercantile))
  • Date: March 4, 2011
  • Time: 12:00pm–1:30pm
  • Have you felt perplexed by starting a blog. To many it can be seen as a possible waste of valuable time. Trust me it is not!

    This energetic workshop conducted by DeeNice Rhodes, the Digital Dynamo, will help you clear up any apprehensions about the world of blogging and make positive steps toward using one of the most profound internet platforms today.

    What will be covered:

Wheaton Redevelopment Advisory Committee Meeting

Wheaton Redevelopment Advisory Committee Meeting

Date: Wed, January 19th 2011
Additional Time Info: 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
External Link: Event Website

The mission of the Redevelopment Advisory Committee (WRAC) is to advise the County Executive, the Director of the Wheaton Redevelopment Program, and the Director of the Mid-County Regional Services Center on all phases of the revitalization of downtown Wheaton which consists of preserving and improving the neighborhoods and business centers in the downtown area.

GolfTEC Opens Golf Instruction Facility in Montgomery County, MD

GolfTEC Opens Golf Instruction Facility in Montgomery County, MD
The Leader in High-Tech Golf Instruction Opens a New Location in Montgomery County, Maryland. GolfTEC is pleased to now provide industry leading golf lessons in Montgomery County, Maryland.

GolfTEC, the world leader in high-tech golf instruction, is pleased to announce that the GolfTEC North Bethesda Improvement Center in Rockville, MD is now open. The new Golf Improvement Center is located at 5056 Nicholson Lane, Suite A, Rockville, Maryland 20852 inside of the Nicholson Plaza Shopping Center. Players can now enjoy GolfTEC golf instruction in Montgomery County, Maryland.

Limited Time Offer

GolfTEC North Bethesda Improvement Center is offering a lesson/evaluation at a huge discounted price (72% discount off regular in-store $195 price) if you mention this press release:

2010 End of the Year Tax Tips that can save you big money in the 2011 tax season.

  • Homeowners can make their January mortgage payment in December giving them one more month of interest to deduct.

 

  • Donations made to qualified charities before year’s end can result in some serious tax savings. Be sure to use a credit card because if you write a check it may not clear until next year and then you would have to wait until next year to take the deduction.

 

  • Holiday business gift deductions: If you have sent out holiday cards, business pens, calendars or other gift items to clients or potential clients. You can deduct those expenses up to $25.00 as long as the items are for a business purpose.

 

  • Contribute to a college savings plan. Save for your kids and save on your taxes. You can contribute up to $13,000 in 2010.

 

Montgomery County's New Sunday Liquor Sales Prove Vodka is a Residential Favorite

Montgomery County's New Sunday Liquor Sales Prove Vodka is a Residential Favorite

By Scott Broom

KENSINGTON, Md. (WUSA) -- Vodka dominates the taste of Washington area drinkers according to statistics from Montgomery County's Department of Liquor Control and Virginia's ABC.

In Montgomery County, 5 of the top 6 selling brands are vodkas, according to George Griffin, Director of the Department of Liquor Control.

"It reflects a national trend that's gone on for over a decade," Griffin said. "There's sort of a return to the cocktail culture. Some people blame it on the Cosmopolitan being popular again after 'Sex in the City'."

Virginia's Alcohol Control Board also reports Vodka brands as the biggest sellers statewide.

In Montgomery County, the top six brands are:

Holidays 2010 – ‘Tis the Season to Grow

Holidays 2010 – ‘Tis the Season to Grow

Year-end holiday stress on top of double-digit unemployment and an economy that threatens to relapse into recession has left many Americans feeling utterly helpless and hopeless.  This makes winter 2010 a perfect season for personal growth. 

We all experience key moments in both our personal and professional lives.  I define a ‘key moment’ as a triggering event or situation which presents a challenge and elicits (or demands) a response.  The important thing is not so much the moment itself, but how we respond to it.  

Because when a key moment occurs, we make an important choice to make.  Consciously or unconsciously, we will choose how we will respond.  In large measure, the quality of our lives, our happiness, and our personal effectiveness are determined by that response and how we handle the challenge of a key moment.  

Holiday Spending: Don't let it wipe you out.

The holiday season means entertaining guests, big meals, decorating and of course, gift buying.

Stores definitely play their part offering deals and discounts to attract everyone to their stores; all to get you to spend money you don’t intend to spend.

Despite the urge plan ahead and stick to a budget so you’re not still paying for this Christmas next Christmas. Here are a few tips to keep you on track:

1.) Leave the plastic at home

Resist the urge to use your credit card for purchases. It is more difficult to keep track of what you spent and that line of credit will only intensify your urge to buy, buy, buy. The worst part: the interest you will be paying on that purchase long after that present is unwrapped, used and pushed to the back of the closet. 

2.) Budget