Parting With An Unwanted Engagement Ring

Posted on: 12 January 2015

An engagement ring is a sign of commitment, love, and devotion. When given to a woman at the proposal of marriage, it symbolizes the promise of endless love and happiness. But as with any promise, it can be broken. And whether the love ends before or after saying "I do," you could be left with an unwanted engagement ring. Rather than symbolizing love and devotion, the unwanted ring could now stir bitter memories of fighting, cheating, or pain. [Read More]

How To Spot A Good Used Electric Guitar

Posted on: 8 January 2015

If you just started playing, or are looking for a new instrument, but don't want to spend a ton of money, you should purchase a used electric guitar. If you know what you are looking for, it is possible to find a solid used electric guitar at a pawn shop or second hand store. Look For Cracks The first thing you need to do is to look out for cracks. The weakest points on an electrical guitar are the head and neck. [Read More]

The Best Men's Birthday Gifts For Any Budget

Posted on: 7 January 2015

If you have ever had to shop for a birthday gift for a man, you know how difficult they can be to buy for. They generally have strong opinions about what they like, and they tend to just go out and buy whatever they need or want for themselves. However, there are great gifts that the man in your life is sure to love in every price range. With a little creativity, you can find the perfect birthday gift, no matter what your budget looks like. [Read More]

When Grim Grinning Ghosts Invade Your Gift Basket

Posted on: 6 January 2015

In 1963, visitors to California's Disneyland noticed a newly erected sign hanging on the gate outside the mysterious and foreboding mansion that seemingly had appeared overnight: "Notice! All ghosts and restless spirits: post-lifetime leases now available in this Haunted Mansion." As rumors and attention continued to build in the following months regarding this new attraction, guests in the park eagerly awaited opening day-- a day that (due to the death of Walt Disney) would not actually occur until six years later. [Read More]