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  • The Mother’s Day Tradition
    by Andrew Kruglanski on May 7, 2023 at 7:12 pm

    The Mother’s Day tradition offers many and varied opportunities to celebrate the amazing women in our lives. Each lady is special in her own way, and each deserves to be celebrated and shown how much she is valued. The Origins of the “Mother’s Day in Ocala” Tradition1 A story is told of a woman who […]

  • Ocala Winning Offer – Price & Terms
    by Andrew Kruglanski on April 15, 2023 at 9:42 pm

    To make an Ocala winning offer, you must balance price and terms carefully. Our market is evolving and many factors are interacting to make Ocala a great place to invest in real estate. Some of these are two edged swords. For example, while interest rates have stabilized, they are significantly higher than a […]

  • Ocala Spa Bathroom – 10 Design Suggestions
    by Andrew Kruglanski on April 2, 2023 at 6:23 pm

    Create the Ocala spa bathroom you dream of. Follow these tips to add value to your home by making your bathroom a luxury escape.1 Ahhh, the spa. For some of us, it’s been too long since we’ve gone to a real spa. We miss the luxury of a hot tub soak and the power of … Ocala Spa Bathroom – 10 Design […]

  • Interest Rate Hack Strategy: Buying An Ocala Home
    by Andrew Kruglanski on March 26, 2023 at 11:51 pm

    With interest rates significantly higher than in the recent past, here are some interest rate hack strategies that will help you to bridge the gap. If you were ready to buy before rates increased, don’t give up on your dreams. Employing one or more of these strategies may allow you to make them a reality! […]

  • Spring Housing Market – Prepare To Compete
    by Andrew Kruglanski on March 18, 2023 at 8:10 pm

    The Ocala spring housing market is upon us. Of course, once upon a time, we lived in a dream real estate market. Homes were appreciating quickly, jobs were plentiful and both inflation and interest rates were at record lows. In short, the economy was thriving and homeowners were building wealth at an […]

  • Ocala Real Estate Surging – Nationally, Mansion Sales Plummeting
    by Andrew Kruglanski on March 12, 2023 at 10:37 pm

    The Ocala real estate market is surging. Actually, that statement speaks more to the future and the immediate past than to today. But there is no doubt in my mind that the future of our real estate market is exceptionally bright. Fortunately, people like Larry Roberts are betting with me. Mr. Roberts is the […]


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    • Good News in History September 25
      by Good News Network on September 25, 2023 at 7:00 am

      On this day, 133 years ago, Congress established Sequoia National Park in California’s Sierra Nevada Mountains. Since that day, the protected area in which the park can be found has now grown much larger, to include the nearby King’s Canyon National Park, Giant Sequoia National Monument, and Sequoia National Forest, […]

    • Man Takes His Turkey Everywhere: Inseparable Companions Even In the Pub and Sleeping at Home (Watch)
      by Good News Network on September 24, 2023 at 6:08 pm

      Animal lover Dave Brooker goes everywhere with his beloved pet turkey that has followed him everywhere from the pub to the dentist since she was born two years ago on his farm in England. He named the chick Trouble Version Two—or, T2 for short. The unlikely duo’s story began when the turkey’s mother was sitting The […]

    • Concrete Made 30% Stronger by Adding Waste Coffee Grounds–Cutting Emissions and Mining in the Process
      by Good News Network on September 24, 2023 at 2:28 pm

      Engineers in Australia have found a way of making stronger concrete by utilizing coffee grounds, giving the roast a “double shot” at life and reducing waste going to landfills. The RMIT University team developed the technique that makes concrete 30% stronger by adding waste coffee grounds after it is turned into biochar […]

    • Playing Video Games Improves These Aspects of Daily Life Say Gamers in New Poll
      by Good News Network on September 24, 2023 at 11:48 am

      Nearly three-quarters of gamers are certain that video games have improved their lives. A recent survey of 2,000 American gamers revealed how video games are more than just hobbies—72% of respondents attested to the positive impact of the pastime on various aspects of daily life. Sixty-eight percent credit games for […]

    • Bats Hold Vital Clues for Cancer Prevention as Scientists Study Their ‘Extraordinary’ Immunity
      by Good News Network on September 24, 2023 at 10:22 am

      A new study shows that bats evolved to avoid cancer and the data may uncover how humans can treat or prevent viruses as well as cancer. A rapid evolution in bats, the only winged mammal, may account for their “extraordinary” ability to both host and survive infections and even to avoid cancer—and that success is The […]

    • Good News in History September 24
      by Good News Network on September 24, 2023 at 7:00 am

      75 years ago today, Honda Motor Company was founded. With a founding principle that “the purpose of technology is to help people” they have motorized 4 generations of working-class and poor citizens across Asia, Europe, and North America. This is largely because Honda has been the world’s largest motorcycle and scooter […]


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    • Karabakh's 120,000 Armenians will leave for Armenia, adviser to leader says
      by Reuters on September 25, 2023 at 6:32 am

      The 120,000 ethnic Armenians of Nagorno-Karabakh will leave for Armenia as they do not want to live as part of Azerbaijan and fear ethnic cleansing, the leadership of the breakaway region told Reuters on Sunday. Armenia’s Prime Minister also said the Karabakh Armenians were likely to leave the region, and that Armenia was ready to take them in, following a defeat last week at the hands of Azerbaijan in a conflict dating to the fall of the Soviet Union. The Armenians of Karabakh, a…

    • What a government shutdown would do to Social Security payments
      by MarketWatch on September 24, 2023 at 10:26 pm

      Relax. Your monthly Social Security checks are not in danger because of the looming federal government shutdown. That will be reassuring news to those retirees who, like many of the rest of us, have difficulty understanding the different impacts of, on the one hand, the U.S. government coming up against its debt limit, and on the other hand a government shutdown prompted by the failure to pass an annual budget. The former crisis was threatened earlier this year, you may recall, and only…

    • Would a government shutdown impact Social Security, VA benefits?
      by The Hill on September 24, 2023 at 10:25 pm

      As lawmakers continue to try to avoid a government shutdown at the end of the month, many are growing concerned about how it could affect them, especially when it comes to federal monthly payments they receive. The government could shut down by the end of next week, if Congress isn’t able to pass a spending bill. House Speaker Kevin McCarthy vowed Wednesday he would not give up trying to persuade his colleagues to pass a temporary funding bill. Still, the shutdown looms. So…

    • Government shutdown would impact many services. Here's what will happen with Social Security.
      by CBS News (Online) on September 24, 2023 at 10:25 pm

      The clock is ticking for House Speaker Kevin McCarthy to find a compromise to keep the federal government running and sidestep a costly shutdown.  The specter of a federal government shutdown, which would begin on October 1 if a solution isn’t found by then, is raising questions for Social Security recipients about how a stoppage might impact their monthly benefit checks. Experts said there’s some good and bad news for the 66 million Americans on Social Security. Would a…

    • First evacuees from Nagorno-Karabakh cross into Armenia
      by The Guardian on September 24, 2023 at 5:56 pm

      The first several hundred refugees from war-torn Nagorno-Karabakh have crossed into Armenian territory, as a historic evacuation begins that could lead to a mass exodus of ethnic Armenians while Azerbaijan appears on the brink of taking control of the breakaway region. They are the first civilians to have crossed from Nagorno-Karabakh into Armenia in nearly a year, reuniting families after a 10-month blockade and an intensive Azerbaijan military offensive this week that…

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