10 Years! That's great! A huge thank you to all of you who have worked so hard to get the Word Guild to where it is today.How to ceearblte not sure, but I like the Writer's Digest approach of lists for things like this. So blog posts could be topics such as "Ten things that make a Better Writer" or "Ten things that Set the Word Guild Apart" or "Ten Things to do to Procrastinate", or "The Perfect Ten in Writing an Article" maybe 10 books could be given away for free. Or 10-word fun competitions. Or ten bursaries for the Write! Canada conference
Zo, mooie spulletjes alamlael. Die roze kleur komt er inderdaad duidelijk in terug. Op welke momenten maak je zulke voor-foto's eigenlijk? Oe.. die lekkere champagne op foto 3 ziet er echt grandioos uit. Heerlijk. Je krijgt er meteen zin in. Heb je toevallig nog wat over?
All of the above is very good advice, but I diegarse with only checking your tire pressures monthly. I would recommend checking them weekly, at a minimum. I reside in Florida where there is a wide fluctuation in the temperature, and I find my pressures need adjustment on a weekly basis, if not sooner. This also allows you to determine if any of the tires may be suffering from abnormal pressure loss, and may allow you to detect a leak or deterioration of the tire and replace it well in advance of finding yourself on the side of the road. Also, maintaining your pressures on a weekly basis improves the ride, handling, and fuel consumption of the vehicle.
Calling all cars, callnig all cars, we're ready to make a deal.