Give Your Husband Something Unique This Christmas

Does it often seem like it is hard to buy the man in your life something he'll actually use and enjoy? Many men just go out and buy whatever they need to and, when it's time to talk about gifts, they may make light of it by saying something like, "I'd rather you save the money than buy me a present." However, if you're creative and put yourself to the task, you can give your husband a gift he'll truly love. Read More 

Moving On: Getting Something Valuable Out Of An Ended Relationship

Part of life is expecting that sometimes relationships do not work out. Just because it is all said and done, it does not mean that you have to walk away with nothing other than the ability to say you know what a bad union looks like and can now avoid it going forward. The end of a relationship that did not work out can just mean a new beginning on a different path that was unexpected. Read More 

How To Negotiate With A Pawn Shop

A pawn shop is an excellent way to make some money for items you no longer want or need. But how do you know that you're getting the most money for your stuff? Understanding how to negotiate with pawn shop owners and employees might help you get more money for your valuables. What Not to Say Whether you're selling a fur coat, a rare painting, or a piece of jewelry, there are several things you should not tell a pawn shop. Read More 

Caring For Your Beloved Lucchese Cowboy Boots

Your Lucchese cowboy boots are like an extension of you. You love them and you wear them every chance you get. So you would be really upset if they were damaged in some way, wouldn't you? Did you know that you could be unintentionally damaging them every time you wear them by not giving them the proper care? Continue reading to learn just how you should be taking care of your Lucchese cowboy boots. Read More 

Got The Time? Tips For Setting The Most Common Pocket Watch Styles

There are several different methods for setting vintage, engraved pocket watches, so it's important to understand how your watch is set. To determine how your watch is set, look at the dial. If there's a button near the winding stem, your watch is pin set. If the watch came with one or two small keys, the watch is key set. When the winding knob on your watch will move in or out, that's a sign of a pendant-set watch. Read More