Month: March 2015

The King Of Real Estate

There are many legends out there who majored in one role, but if you searched for who would be the “King of Real Estate” you’d probably would come across the name of Arthur Falcone. Falcone is no newcomer to the business, as he started when he was only 21 years old. Starting with fast food real estate and opening his own businesses in Florida was done by none other than Arthur Falcone in Miami and he’s become a huge icon and inspiration for real estate business nationwide.

Encore was one of Falcone’s first and most successful businesses being established in 2008. Today. Encore has multiples developments in progress in South Florida. The Miami Worldcenter, a mixed-use development covering 10 blocks or 23.2 acres of real estate. The Worldcenter is said to be including residential areas, several malls, sports and fitness centers as well as other recreational activities.

Arthur Falcone Feature in Miami News

As being the owner of a huge firm known as Falcone Group, there’s no doubt that Arthur Falcone’s name will show up in Miami News. Mr. Falcone has been the owner and operator of several hotels, restaurants and health clubs in his home state of New York which all started 30 years ago. With his great reputation in real estate, it’s no wonder why he became such a huge deal in Miami today. An article for Arthur Falcone clearly states that the future of Miami’s real estate will no doubt be in good hands as long as the Falcone Group is involved.

Real Estate is still on the Rise as Quoted in Bloomberg

Since then, you can tell how well a country has developed through the properties and real estate that it consists of. There was an article for Mark Dubowitz which clearly depicts that without real estate; there will be no progress for a country. The reason is that real estate attracts investors both local and foreign ones. As quoted in Bloomberg, real estate will continue to exist as long as investors are willing to invest in properties and build businesses.

Staying Safe While Traveling Solo

Kion Kashefi's Solo Travel

Solo travel has become a very popular topic. Here is a recent post from Dave’s Travel Corner by Kion Kashefi. In the article Kashefi gives a few options for staying safe when you’re traveling alone. Traveling alone is not the safest option, but as mentioned in the article, it’s often a different and unique experience. If you’ve never traveled alone you can’t understand how alone you really are.

A new locale, new people, new stores, restaurants, hotels, etc. This really emphasizes the solidarity you will feel if you solo travel for the first time. On your subsequent journey’s you will likely not feel as alone. For many people, the author not excluded, solo travel was very depressing. The author prefers to travel with companions and enjoys the company of friends and family.

USA Today has an article discussing the good sides of solo travel abroad while in college. In this author’s opinion, each of the proposed benefits is in itself a downside.

Janice at the SoloTraveler.com wrote about the Good, Bad and Ugly aspects of Solo Travel and it’s a great read. The post is from 2011, but the information is still valuable today.

Shalee is unapologetic about her solo travel.

The Aussie Nomad believes solo travel should be forced on everyone! That’s a bold statement and the author obviously softens in the article.

Kion Kashefi's Solo Travel

 

Financial Health for the 22nd Century

What is more important than your health? Well that is an important question and an easy one also. Nothing! Nothing is more important than your health, because with your health you cannot do anything otherwise. Here’s another question. How important is your financial stability, or should I say, ” financial health”? Well it is not as important as you physical health, but if you plan on having a house for your family to grow, or a business that pays for your house so that your family can grow than it pretty important. Funny how your finances are not as important as your health, but your finances are extremely important for your families health.

It would be safe to say that red payments improves the health of your family, since by providing you with capital they are assisting you in getting your family the boost they need. Succeeding is always better and more likely with great moral and lets not leave out financial support. You have to support your child through college, well most of the time, because it shows that you believe in them and their abilities. Though red payments is not your father or mother, they believe in your business your future, and your family.

Terry Simpson MD’s Tips to Healthy Cooking

Cooking healthy and good tasting meals is not always the easiest task to conduct, but according to Terry Simpson MD it can change your life and not to mention the expanse of it as well. It doesnt take much stuff your face with all the sweet tasting donuts and cakes that are offered in every store, but it does cost you much. One of those is expenses is your health. Reading up on the latest magazines about healthy cooking and healthy foods is only a step in the process, but actually doing it sometimes requires dedication and commitment. I say sometimes because some meals are not so hard to cook at all. Simply steaming vegetables instead of cooking them in butter is one easy way to eat vegetables healthier, or maybe even eating them raw, so by doing that your not even cooking at all.

Sometimes the first step to eating healthier is just eating less of the foods that you are eating now, for example, maybe eating less salt, or butter, mayonnaise or even dips, like ranch. Yes, we all know these things are tasty, but how important is your health to you, and better yet how important is the health of your family. Terry Simpson MD always has a glass of water with her dinner meals, instead of a soda or even juice which are most times high in sugar and preservatives. Sometimes it is also as easy as taking a walk after dinner to burn off those extra calories. Cooking healthy is not hard, it just takes a bit of learning your foods and their nutritional values, but more than anything it takes a little bit of love.