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The Best Wine for Your Wedding Reception

Posted By: on May 26, 2015

Wedding receptions are a fun time when the married couple spends their first moments as a union with their friends and family. This time comes with a lot of kissing and a lot of toasting. That is why it is important to make good wine choices for your wedding receptions.

There are a few ways to get the best wine or wines for your wedding reception. You’ll want to use the following steps in order to pick the bottles you want to serve at your first party as a married couple.

Food Pairings

You may know the old adage of pairing red wine with red meat and white wine with white meat, but there is a little bit more to it than that. In fact, there are nearly just as many pairings as there are different types of wine.

The website Wine Folly has a couple wonderful pairing diagrams that can help even the wine novice find a great compliment to the meal of choice. Some of these pairings include the fact that a dry white wine is best with green and roasted vegetables and fish. And that a sparkling wine is best served with cheeses, starches and fish.

So, what is on your wedding menu has a lot to say about what wine you’ll choose, but you’ll likely be able to serve more than one type as a pairing choice so that all guests will find a taste they enjoy.

Regional Pairings

Another way to pair the right wine with the right food is to look at the region your food comes from. Great Italian fare is best served with the pairing of a wine from the same region.

As you can see, there is so much more to picking the right wine when it comes to pairing it with your meals. Plus, there are so many types of wine to choose from, it can seem overwhelming if you don’t have some sort of idea what works best with what.

Your wedding is everything to you as a couple. You picked the perfect dress, the perfect venue and you need to also pick the perfect wine. According to Grandview San Jose, a wedding destination and venue, you want your guests to love what they’ve been served.  That includes the wine!

If your wedding reception is being hosted at a venue that supplies catering and wine, you may want to discuss good wine pairings and available options with the chef. They are professionals, after all, and can be a great help to you when it comes to making sure that your guests palates are pleased. If you make the right choices your reception will go off without a hitch and you may even find a new favorite wine.

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Top 3 Vacation Destinations

Posted By: on May 21, 2015


Life is hectic. The demands of everyday life can be stressful, and sometimes the only remedy is to break away from the day to day routine. Treating yourself, your spouse, and your family to a well-deserved break is necessary to reconnect to what really matters.

There are many places to choose from, and planning a vacation to alleviate stress can sometimes create more. By first deciding upon the general environment you are looking to vacation in, you can narrow your options, and make the process easier.

Inclusive resorts are usually the easiest choice. By paying one price for everything you not only prevent excess expenditures, but you also alleviate the added stress of booking a hotel, finding entertainment, and catering to different food tastes. It’s a one stop vacation shop.

The Mountains

For the outdoorsy and adventurous type, the mountains are where it’s at. From hiking to horseback riding to rock climbing, the mountains most certainly offer a great deal of outdoor adventures to appease your inner explorer. From coast to coast, you are sure to find a mountainous region to meet your outdoor needs right here in the U.S.

With majestic mountainous peaks, crystal clear mountain lakes, and 80 miles of scenic views on a clear day, the Rocky Mountains are the perfect setting for rest and relaxation as well as adventure in the great outdoors. There are several excellent resorts to choose from in the Rocky Mountain National Park, but also cabins and more rustic settings for those who would prefer “roughing it.”

The Great Smoky Mountains are quickly becoming a top vacation spot in the country. From the quaint shops and delicious food to the rich green mountainous landscape, Tennessee provides a slower pace great for rest and relaxation. Pigeon Forge also offers a wonderful family atmosphere with water parks in the summer, ice skating in the winter, and arcades and go cart tracks year round.

The Beach

There’s something about sand between your toes, a cold beverage, and a warm breeze that can’t be found at the lake or by a pool. Not to mention, there is the romance factor of sunset walks on the beach hand in hand with the one you love. The sound of waves crashing against the shore can drive away all the stress of the outside world, if only for a moment in time, giving your mind, body, and spirit a chance to hit the reset button.

Greece is known for having the most beautiful beaches in the world. Pair that with the excellent food, rich history, and welcoming natives and you have the recipe for an experience of a lifetime. Whether you are looking for white sandy beaches, rocky cliffs and grottos, or exciting nightlife Greece has what you are looking for.

In Key West, the number of unique experiences you can have is truly amazing. You can visit the Southernmost Point in the Continental U.S, go for a swim in the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico, visit Ernest Hemingway’s House, enjoy fresh seafood, drink at Florida’s oldest bar, and witness a world-renowned sunset. All of this and you don’t even have to leave the country!

The Open Sea

The ease of an all-inclusive cruise is very appealing to many people. You not only get to visit different land destinations, but you get the experience of being free on the open sea. Whether it is a dinner cruise to add to the already fantastic beach vacation or a week long excursion exploring many different locations, a cruise can be a once in a lifetime experience.

European cruises offer not only the romance and thrill of the cruise itself, but also medieval castles, mountains, valleys, and harbors. Cultures, traditions and languages vary, but the warmth of local people embraces visitors wherever they wander. Experiencing cultures is an adventure all by itself.

Caribbean cruises seem to be the general go to for most people, and while they can be a wonderful experience, there are much more to choose from that can give you the beaches you want, while enriching the cultural experience. Hawaii, Tahiti, Fiji, and the Cook Islands are amazing places, where pure white beaches, breathtaking turquoise lagoons, vibrant flowers and sparkling waterfalls will take your breath away. In these islands, traditional music, dance and customs are proudly preserved, and warm, gracious hospitality is extended to visitors.

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Getting To Know Your IT Flow            

Posted By: on May 18, 2015


Information systems are central to nearly every business or personal venture these days, and especially for progressive ideas, it can be very easy to get stuck without knowing what to do about your information technology troubles. Lucky for you there are countless resources that are available to help you out, and as technology improves, these resources are becoming easier for the typical business person to sort out, as well as more effective when it comes to actual implementation. Three aspects to understand as you move forward in your observations and studies include the ideas of governance, risk assessment, and 3rd party consultant help.

Start With Governance                                    

To begin with, get your learning hat on and study the definition of IT governance. The more you know about the overall process and vocabulary that go along with project management and project portfolio management, the better you’ll be able to understand how all of the pieces fit together. Many business sites offer information about IT programs and processes, so it’s well worth your time to take a look at them as you plan on improving your own understanding that will help you compete in the business world as your idea grows along with getting more equipment and other personnel involved in your projects.

Understand Risk Assessment              

IT risk assessment is one of the major points of comprehension when it comes to your IT department. By having an IT governance system in place that takes all of the individual portfolio projects into consideration, you can quickly determine which ones have the potentially best cost/benefit analysis factor, and can quickly shift priority toward what makes the most financial sense. Without that coordinated IT effort, each individual project would be attempting to make it’s own case as a top priority, which would lead to overall spectrum decisions that would not be as efficient as they could potentially be.

Trust the Experts for Major Projects

For major projects that have to be dealt with immediately, your best option is going to be to hire a 3rd party IT management company to help you organize. Online publications will keep you updated, and have links to IT websites set up that will help you get all of your data quickly up into the cloud, where they can sort the information accordingly and give you immediate feedback about possible next best courses of action. These 3rd party teams will often do the initial management processes independently, but then will also train you how to get everything done after the contract or project is complete. Eventually, the ideal would be for your company to have its own independent IT management system, but until you have the resources, outsourcing is a very effective pathway to take to gear up for success.

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4 Ways Shin and Tomoko Azumi Created Functional Art

Posted By: on May 8, 2015

Shin and Tomoko met at the Kyoto City University of Art and developed a brand new aesthetically pleasing and functional way of designing furniture. Their goal was to change the way people acted and behaved deliberately, but in a subtle manner. The couple sought to simplify life for their consumers while still producing beautiful, high-quality art. There were several ways they did this in their design.

Salt & Pepper Shakers

The Azumis strove to design concepts that would bring greater functionality to your home. In designing their salt and pepper shakers, they desired to create objects that could be used more gently and easily, as opposed to having the vigorous shaking regular salt and pepper shakers required. They placed the salt and pepper holes lower and vertically on the sides of their shakers to encourage ease of use.

Table = Chest

This design was incredibly unique and created by the Azumis. Their intention was the piece could function beautifully in multiple ways. Stacked, the two pieces created a vertical table, with two drawers for storage. The design was capable of being separated and having the top half removed from the bottom and placed alongside it. This created a low table, or chest, for use, complete with drawers and storage area.

Unique in this design, they were able to create a piece of furniture that could take up a minimal amount of floor space while still having the capacity to function as a low table if necessary. In keeping with the functionality theme, the couple sought to keep a minimalist type of furniture, while being aesthetically pleasing and functional in multiple ways.

LEM Bar Stool

This design was incredibly popular for many consumers. The bar stool integrated a very sleek design that flowed effortlessly to conform to any design palate. There are multiple seat options of veneer or coloring that can allow the seat to stand out or blend in. The footrest on this bar stool is an effortless drop of sleek metal that flows sleekly down from the seat. With swivel capacity and the ability to raise or lower, this chair was functional in many environments.

When designing this seat, the Azumis sought to create a piece that was so light and diffident that the user could appear to be defying gravity. By using negative space and allowing the structure to appear “void,” the Azumis were able to create a seat that genuinely reacted with the area surrounding it.


A current pursuit by the Azumis, Breezescape is the idea that your environment can interact with the art around you. Azumi has created a series of “mobiles,” or hanging art that allows air to flow effortlessly through the piece. Created with black bars or blue rods, they appear to be suspended vertically in the air. With every change of air current or opening of doors, the piece is allowed to move and flow. This creates a sense of interaction with the space you are in and a visible aid to witness the changes in your environment.

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Reasons To Visit New York, NY

Posted By: on April 25, 2015

New York, NY is the city that never sleeps. This is because there is always something going on, from dawn until dusk you can find something to do. It’s a city filled with history and more. Anyone that wants to take a vacation in NYC should make sure that they make plans to fit a few important tourist destinations into their itinerary. You don’t want to miss all that this bustling city has to offer.

NYC has a little bit of everything. It is a big city with an attitude, but it’s a good attitude. You’ll definitely be heading home with an ‘ I Love NYC’ t-shirt after you spend a little while enjoying the art, museums and more.

See The Statue of Liberty

The Statue of Liberty is a symbol of freedom as people come to the shores of Liberty Island, New York. She stands just over 300 feet from ground to torch and is definitely a sight to see.

Not only can you take a tour, you can also take a cruise and see the sight that many immigrants have seen when fleeing to freedom in the United States. Make sure you bring your camera for this experience so you can remember it forever.

See The 9/11 Memorial and Museum

The 9/11 memorial is there to remind Americans that they are strong, they are survivors and they will persevere through devastation. The museum is home to both a historical exhibition and a memorial exhibition. Where were you that day? Walk through the lives of the people that were there and those that died. Bring a box of tissues with you.

Check Out The Night Life

There’s no reason to visit the city that never sleeps if you plan on sleeping every night. Take some time to check out the various nightclubs, take in a sports game, try the local cuisine, take in a theater show or just take a stroll and check out the places to shop. Pretend you’re Pretty Woman and even visit the places you’d never shop!

And Don’t Forget Times Square

Even if you’re not in NYC for New Year’s Eve to see the ball drop, the giant television screens that surround the square are reason enough to get a look. Be awe inspired, and maybe you’ll be making travel plans to ring in the new year in NYC.

Shopping, sightseeing, partying and all of the wonderful culture that NYC has to offer are some pretty great reasons to take a visit. While NYC may not be the right place to live for much of the world, the people that live there are tough and they love their city. Find out why it’s so great, even if it’s just for a weekend.

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How To Become A U.S. Citizen, If You Aren’t Already

Posted By: on April 23, 2015



People born in the United States are automatically citizens of the U.S., not matter whether or not their parents are citizens. If you aren’t born in the U.S. though, you need to become a citizen, or have documents allowing you to work in the U.S., in order to legally reside in any of the 50 states.

There are many reasons why people immigrate to the U.S. Some come for safety or religious reasons, some come to be reunited with family members that have already come and others come in search of the American dream and the better financial benefits that are offered them.

So how easy is it to become a naturalized citizen of the U.S.? First you may want to take a look at the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), which has all of the criteria that needs to be met for naturalization. However, there are some basics.

First, The Facts

According to, 694,193 people became naturalized citizens in the U.S. in 2011, and that was up almost 80,000 from the previous year.

Next, The Basics

In order to be eligible for naturalization, a section of INA, 316, covers the criteria that needs to be met. These are not the only requirements, as their are more in other sections, but it contains the fundamentals.

A person that wants to become a citizen must live in the U.S. for five years straight as a law abiding resident. Half of this period they must actually be in the U.S., not travelling abroad. If they tend to move a lot around the U.S. they must stay in one place for 3 months to file there.

In order to file for naturalization, you must be 18 when it comes time to file. You also need to be able to speak, write and read English. There is a naturalization test that immigrants must take and pass, which includes testing on each of these. The test also includes sections on American history and current American politics and people. Those planning to take this test can find all of the questions online in order to study for passing.

Lastly, part of the requirement is that the person wanting to become a citizen is a good person. That means that they can’t be a criminal or a terrorist. The U.S. wants to welcome people that have the moral character to bring happiness and more good to the country.

While there is more to becoming a U.S. citizen than just this, these are the basics and can get someone starting on the path it takes to become a citizen.

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Renters Can Be Green: 5 Easy Steps

Posted By: on April 22, 2015


In today’s market, Renters can easily find ways to make good decisions for our Earth. It’s not hard to be green anymore. By following the easy suggestions listed below, you’ll be saving money and the planet in no time.

  1. Get a Green Rental

Whether you want a brand new apartment or a retrofitted place with character, you can find a green apartment. Choose to rent from people who make good choices for the environment. Ask for this information on efficiency as you tour your options.

You should also make sure you know where the recycling facilities are and exactly what is recycled. If there aren’t composting options available, you can purchase small vermiculture habitats to easily compost your food scraps. These often fit right under your kitchen sink.

Another great option to ask your potential landlord about is called a submeter. This small device can be installed in each individual unit. It collects data about water usage in that apartment or unit. The analytics offer great information for both the renter and the landlord. Money can be saved by both parties, as well as water conserved.

  1. Get a Better Bulb

Compact Fluorescent (CF) bulbs can actually last about 10 times longer than a regular old incandescent bulb, and they can save you about 66% of your energy usage when you trade incandescent bulbs for CF bulbs. They may cost a little more at first, but you will reclaim your investment quickly.

  1. Get Control of Electronics

Don’t be fooled into thinking your electronics aren’t using any electricity when they are turned off. They put themselves into standby mode and keep using a little electricity. How much, you might ask. Well, enough that an average household wastes about 1,000 kilowatts of power on standby each year. That’s enough to power that household for over two months. So, to really turn it off, unplug your electrical device.

  1. Get a New Ride

Instead of driving your car to work every day, pick a day to try something new. Walk, ride your bike, take the train, or carpool. You can save on the money it takes to operate your vehicle and try something fun. You’ll even be saving on air pollution, greenhouse gas emissions and oil consumption.

  1. Get Clean

You can find non-toxic, biodegradable cleaning products that are environmentally safe at any natural grocery store. Many big box stores are carrying these lines now too. Better yet, create your own. With simple ingredients like baking soda or vinegar, you can create healthy cleaners at home. Reuse containers that have been thoroughly cleaned and opt to use rags from old clothing, like tee shirts, instead of paper towels.

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5 Ways to Be a Better Boss

Posted By: on April 20, 2015

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As a boss, you may realize there can occasionally be some animosity from your employees. This happens in nearly any authoritative position, but there are a few ways to alleviate the way your employees feel about you. By bettering yourself as a manager and leader to your employees, you can gain their respect and become indispensable to them. Included here are a few things you can do to become a more vital asset to your company and a better leader to your employees.

Analyze Data

Some bosses may not understand what each job they oversee truly entails. By having a more comprehensive understanding of each employees position and being able to evaluate all data and spreadsheets given them, they can gain respect from their employees. A knowledgeable boss can become very helpful and vital to the employees as well as be able to appreciate the tasks your employees take on each day.

Build Relationships

Creating professional relationships with your employees can establish a more vitalized work environment where they are more apt to work harder and enjoy their job. Your employees may be under you, but that does not mean they are less valuable and important to the company. Furthermore, a boss who branches out to network with other similarly levelled leaders and managers can learn tips to utilize in his own practice.

Move Forward

A stagnant workplace tends to be unhappy. If you are constantly on the cusp of new discoveries, new inventions or a better way of doing things, people will be more excited about their work. By pushing boundaries and changing how things are done you can dampen the constant problem of human boredom. Being an open-minded boss can help your workforce stay interested in their chosen career and be more inclined to offer suggestions or ideas.


Any problems in the workplace should be dealt with and improved. A boss who chooses to ignore things, or gloss over difficulties will lose the respect of his employees. Showing a willingness to help and improve situations will show employees that you care about the environment they work in and are willing to change conditions that are unpleasant.

Make Decisions

Sometimes the decision making process can be excruciatingly difficult for a boss. You are the one who has to make the hard choices that sometimes make employees unhappy. This can be part of the difficult task of accepting authority, but one thing that can anger employees, more than your decision, is failing to accept responsibility and make a choice. Give your employees a good understanding of what you are thinking and the reasons for your decisions. They will respect you more if you are certain of your path and not easily swayed by the group.

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Heat Pump vs Air Conditioner: Which Will Save Homeowners Money This Summer

Posted By: on April 16, 2015

One very frequently asked question of Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) companies is whether an air conditioner or a heat pump is better for keeping the home cool during the months of summer. In addition, many homeowners also wonder whether one or the other is a better choice for cost effectiveness and energy efficiency. The short answer to both questions is that each system is an excellent choice, both are good at cooling the home, and both can achieve significant energy savings, especially if newer models are installed. There are many things to consider when choosing between an air conditioner and a heat pump for the home. Here are a few things to consider.


Heat pumps and air conditioners are similar in their cost and installation price, which is understandable because when a heat pump is being used in cooling mode, it operates in basically the same manner as an air conditioner. The cost of annual maintenance is also roughly equivalent, with a tune-up of each cooling system involving the same maintenance by a service technician. A homeowner wishing to keep down the cost of installation may want to lean slightly more toward an air conditioner, since initial costs are generally lower for an air conditioner than for a comparable heat pump system. This is partially due to the fact that the air conditioner only runs during the warmer months, and the heat pump is designed to operate year round.

Operating Efficiency

If there is any difference in the operating efficiency of the two systems, a slight advantage must be given to the air conditioner, which is marginally more energy efficient and cost effective than a heat pump used in cooling mode. However, the operating efficiency of both systems can be improved in several ways, including the use of programmable thermostats. This allows homeowners to manage temperature according to time frames. When families are in the home or at work, and asleep or awake  have a great impact on whether a cooling system needs to be running. Regular maintenance also affects the efficiency of cooling system in the home, so ducts, filters, coils, and registers need to be kept open and free of obstruction.

The Geographic Factor

With the characteristics of the two cooling systems being very similar, there is little reason to choose one over the other until location of the home is taken into consideration. Any home situated in a warm weather climate that does not require much heating would have little need for the dual-purpose capability of the heat pump. This means homeowners in warmer areas would probably receive greater benefit from the installation of an air conditioner.

By contrast, a home in the northeastern region of the United States which requires significant heating during the cooler months would greatly benefit from having both heating and cooling systems contained in the same unit. This is especially true because the heat pump really shines in comparison with typical furnace operation, being much more cost effective and energy efficient.

The decision between the two units greatly depends on several factors. As a homeowner, sit down and take a look at the different factors of the home, location, and desired efficiency and requirements of the two systems. Both have their merits and their disadvantages.

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The Worst Investment Ideas For 2015

Posted By: on April 14, 2015

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Investing can be a tricky game full of unpredictability. And with the current state of the economy, many people are shying away from the idea all together. There are still plenty of economic development happening that leaves investors with room to make some interesting investments. On the other hand, there are definitely some places that experts suggest not placing bets on. Here are some of the sectors that are best to steer clear of in the upcoming year, and what alternatives to consider in the mean time.

Government Bonds

Despite 2014 being forecasted as the year that the multi-decade rally in fixed income would be over, government bonds continued to sink throughout the year, and it’s expected to continue on the downward trajectory in 2015. There is plenty of concern over weak economic growth, less than impressive inflation figures, and geo-political tensions that make government bonds sadly underweight. A slight possibility exists that government bonds might bounce back, but it is far more likely that they will not. Try looking at master-limited-partnerships instead; they trade like stocks and boast yields of around 7 percent.

High-yield, Fixed-Income Investments

With interest rates at a historic low, financial experts caution investors not to reach for too much yield with their fixed-income portfolios. High-yield bonds behave somewhat like stocks, and are thus a poor choice when it comes to bonds that generally have a negative correlation with stocks. Leveraged-loan mutual funds are also being frowned upon this season, and financiers suggest staying away from both of these places. Instead, try looking outside the fixed-income sphere to dividend stocks and real estate investment trusts as better options.


It hasn’t been a good year for gold; the precious metal has dropped to a four-year low, and now that the dollar is looking strong, coupled with weak inflation, the predictions are for gold to continue falling. Gold, which is valued according to the dollar, has become more expensive with the rise and there is little need for its hedging power when inflation is low. Further weakening gold’s case is the impending boost of interest rates by the Fed, a move that seems inevitable. There’s no need to shy away from precious metals completely, however, and there is certainly plenty to consider with silver.  Silver, much undervalued to gold at the moment, is a much cheaper investment. This precious metal has a high level of utilitarian value, being in demand for various technological devices. Furthermore, a shrinking supply promises higher values in the future.

U.S. Equities

Overall equities have not had the best of times this year in the market, but in the U.S. it has been different. In fact, in the S&P 500 there has been a historic high water mark several times during the previous year, and it’s been the best performing equity sector by a full 6 percentage points. So what’s the problem? Some experts feel the price is too high; it’s trading at ratios of 26/27 times that have only been equaled in 1999 and 1929. The market is due for a difficult period and a high degree of investor complacency is rampant the market. Investors are better off putting money down on favorable looking emerging market economies, such as India. The country has overcome political unrest and brought down its inflation significantly, along with posting impressive growth forecasts.

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