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Looking Back 2020: The 5 Most Expensive Homes for sale in Boulder this Week

May 18th, 2022

Here are the 5 most expensive homes for sale in Boulder the week of August 17th, 2020: 603 Highland Ave, Boulder, CO, 80302 – $7,300,000 4217 Eldorado Springs Dr, Boulder, CO 80303 – $6,499,000 453 Pine St, Boulder, CO 80302 – $6,300,000 2299 4th St, Boulder, CO 80302 – $6,200,000 522 Highland Ave, Boulder, CO 80302 – $6,200,000 Thank you Realtor.com for the listings  Read More

6 Qualities You Need To Look For In A Personal Injury Lawyer

May 17th, 2022

If you’ve been injured in an accident, you may be considering hiring a personal injury lawyer. But with so many lawyers out there, how do you know which one to choose? There are several qualities you should look for in a personal injury lawyer. Below are six of the most important ones. 1. Good Reputation First and foremost, you want to choose a personal injury lawyer who has a good reputation. You can ask family and friends for recommendations, or look online for reviews. Once you’ve narrowed down your list of potential lawyers, you can further research each one’s reputation by looking at... Read More

Is the Influence of Cryptocurrencies Changing the Way We Gamble Online?

May 16th, 2022

The world of gambling has never been more exciting or lucrative. At almost any time of the day or night, users can access a wide variety of casino games that are available to bet on. From slots to table games and sports betting, users have access to a plethora of options. Cryptocurrencies have also played a large role in making the online gambling industry more lucrative. While it remains to be seen how much this transformation will last, it is safe to say that this trend will continue. In this article, we will explore the influence of cryptocurrencies on the online gambling industry and the ways... Read More

7 Unexpected Foods That Can Improve Your Health

May 16th, 2022

Taking care of our bodies is a top priority for most of us. We exercise regularly, try to eat right, and get enough rest. However, we often overlook one very important aspect of our health – what we put into our bodies. The food we eat can have a huge impact on our health, both good and bad. Some foods are loaded with nutrients that can boost our immunity, help prevent disease and even make us look and feel younger. Other foods are loaded with unhealthy fats, chemicals, and toxins that can wreak havoc on our bodies. Fortunately, there are many healthy and delicious foods that can help improve... Read More

3 Tips for Traveling With Your Arthritic Dog

May 14th, 2022

Having a senior dog with arthritis requires a lot of care and empathy from your side, because your dog won’t be able to communicate exactly what’s hurting, where it’s hurting, and when it’s hurting.  For this reason, you’ll need to be extremely thoughtful of everything you do involving them, and try your best to not stress or strain them in any way.  If you take some time to study your dog’s behavior, you’ll be able to figure out what he doesn’t mind doing, and what causes him pain. For instance, your dog may not have trouble standing up and walking around, but he may try to... Read More

5 Extremely Beautiful Flowers You Can See in Boulder, CO and When

May 12th, 2022

Especially if you’re the outdoorsy type, you have more than a few reasons to pay a visit to Boulder, CO. Often called by its nickname, “the People’s Republic”, the Colorado city is one of the coolest in the nation. This is all thanks to the many opportunities of things to see and do, from parks to museums, art theaters, and much more. Besides being a darling to lovers of biking and hiking, nature enthusiasts find Boulder irresistible. This is not to mention the plethora of wildflower species that can be seen in different parts of Boulder, no wonder some call it the “city within a... Read More

Water Sports Activities To Try For A Fun And Exciting Vacation

May 10th, 2022

Vacation is a time to kick back, relax, and enjoy the company of family and friends. On rare occasions, it’s also a time to meditate and be alone with your thoughts. One thing synonymous with a fun vacation is water. The beach, the pool, or a quiet lake are famous for their scenery and experience. Water sports have gained a massive following over the decade, and we are excited to share some fun water sports activities you can enjoy on your next vacation. 1. Flyboarding Have you ever dreamt of possessing the ability to fly? You know, like your favorite superhero when you were young. If the... Read More

Incorporating Your Small Business: A Step-By-Step Guide

May 9th, 2022

Small businesses are the backbone of many economies, and Hong Kong is no exception. Small businesses account for more than 99% of all businesses in Hong Kong, and they employ about 70% of the workforce. So if you’re thinking about starting a small business in Hong Kong, you’re not alone. But before you can start, there are a few things you need to do first. Here is each step of the process so you can feel confident and prepared as you take the plunge into entrepreneurship. Choose the type of business you want to set up There are a few different options for incorporating a small business... Read More

Looking To Sell A House? Here’s Some Important Advice

May 5th, 2022

Selling a home can be exciting and scary at the same time. As with many major life events, there are some things you need to know before you get started. I’ve put this list together for my clients, so they can feel confident about their decision to sell their house. This is by no means an exhaustive list, but it should cover most of what you need to know. 1) Make Sure That Your Maintenance Is Up-To-Date The first thing on your “to-do” list is making sure that the house is in good shape—both inside and out—and has been well maintained over the years. According to the folks behind highestcashoffer,... Read More

Amazing Gift Ideas for a Friend Who Loves to Drink

May 2nd, 2022

If you’re looking for the perfect gift for a friend who loves to drink, you’ve come to the right place. This article has put together a list of some of the best gifts out there for alcohol lovers. From wine glasses and decanters to barware and spirits, this blog post has got you covered. So whether your friend is into the red or white wine, whiskey, or vodka, this list has something they will love. Personalized beer bottle One of the nicest gifts you can give to a beer lover is a personalized beer bottle. You can find these online or at many stores that sell beer brewing equipment.... Read More

Rabbit Mountain Hike

May 1st, 2022

  Rabbit Mountain is large wide-open park just north of Longmont and south of Lyons off of Hwy 66. The park boasts a total trail miles of 6.1 and is open to hikers, leashed dogs, equestrians, and bicyclists. I recommend heading for the Eagle Wind Loop Trail, 2.5 mile loop. After you head up the trail from the parking lot, you’ll reach the service road and then begin the Eagle Wind trail. It is not a super steep incline at any point but there is an incline. The trail winds through open meadow to mountain brush and ponderosa pines giving multiple views to the western mountains and then... Read More

The Top 5 Things to do in Boulder this Summer!

April 27th, 2022

Boulder is one of the most scenic and thriving cities in the world all year round. So whether you’re a local or planning a trip, here are our top 5 things to do in Boulder this summer! Hike in Eldorado Canyon State Park Boulder is packed with gorgeous hiking terrain, from quick and easy adventures like Red Rocks Trail at Settlers Park, to the Mesa Trail. One of our top ‘must do’s’ is to hike around Eldorado Canyon. If you need help deciding what trail, Rattlesnake Gulch is the one! It takes you past the ruins of the Crags Hotel followed by views of the Continental Divide! Remember, always... Read More

Should You Pick a Metal Detector for Your Hiking Trips?

April 27th, 2022

Going hiking is a fun activity all on its own. That said, it can be easy to feel like it’s a little low on excitement, especially if you’re hiking solo. One thing people often consider turning to in order to change this is metal detecting.  However, if you’ve never tried your hand at metal detecting before, it can be easy to wonder whether it’s the right option for you. Will it really change anything about your hiking experience? Will it make hiking more exciting, or just make it seem more like a chore?  If you’re wondering whether you should pick up a metal detector when stocking up... Read More

Heading to Boulder? These are the Casinos You Need to Visit.

April 27th, 2022

The city of Boulder is the 12th most populous city in Colorado and located at the base of the Rocky Mountains. It is only 25 miles from the city of Denver and is home to the main campus of the University of Colorado. There is plenty to enjoy when visiting Boulder, including a host of outdoor sports such as hiking and climbing. The casinos are another reason people choose to visit Boulder and below you will find the casinos you must visit when heading to the city. Despite being a popular city in Colorado, there are no major casinos in the city centre, and you must make a short trip just outside... Read More

Buying Real Estate: Tips on Making an Offer

April 18th, 2022

If you are interested in investing in real estate, then you need to know how to make an offer professionally. If you know how to make offers, then you will be able to negotiate more effectively and reduce the real estate’s final purchase price. Inexperienced people who haven’t the faintest idea of how to make strategic offers often end up paying far more than a property is worth, simply because they didn’t take the time to conduct research and learn about making offers. Don’t worry about not knowing how, because this article’s got you covered. Here’s how to make an offer on real... Read More

Is Your Muffin Giving You a Muffin Top?

April 15th, 2022

Some studies examining the effect of wheat, barley and rye products on our health, demonstrate that cutting out these products can help us lose weight from “Wheat Belly”. Cutting out these products has been linked to weight loss from the deep visceral fat that resides within the abdomen, what can be represented on the surface as “love handles” or “muffin top”. Over the last 40 years or so, wheat has been hybridized and mutated to grow to a certain height and yield more product per acre. Along with these modifications, the wheat has, over time, become a potential health problem rather... Read More

Top Reasons Why You Need A Hawaiian Vacation

April 15th, 2022

Whatever you think, don’t include becoming a permanent resident of the golden lands of Hawaii right away except of course you’re a high-income earner with yearly take-home pay of $122,000 at the very least. Yes, that’s right. Hawaii is a land from the fairy tales with kings and princes and golds and lots of love. Known for having perfect weather, Hawaii islands are the most unique living spots world round. They’re one of the most visited places on earth housing some of the world’s most active volcanoes, most beautiful bamboo forests, and most adorable mountainscapes.  Hawaii is located... Read More

Health Benefits Of Drinking Water: Everything You Need to Know

April 15th, 2022

It’s no secret that water does wonders for our health. It aids us when we’re trying to lose weight, hydrates us throughout the day, and helps us wake up in the morning by boosting productivity. In fact, drinking less water than recommended has so many negative impacts from reducing our energy levels to making our skin look haggard. It’s quite marvelous how water has such an impact on so many different areas of our health from benefiting our skin and organs to our agility and mental state. Since we have established that there are many benefits to drinking water, here’s everything you need... Read More

Flagstaff Star Use to be Cross for Easter

April 15th, 2022

The Flagstaff Star, a monument typically recognized for its recognition of winter holidays, use to be reconfigured into a cross every year for easter. Controversy arose around the star being turned into a holy symbol and the tradition was ended, however the star remains a big part of the end-of-year holidays. Check out the full story of the Cross here and see a picture of what it use to look like! Happy Easter!  Read More

6 Reasons Why Boulder Visitors Are Increasingly Becoming Residents

April 15th, 2022

Boulder’s picturesque setting has long been a draw for visitors, but increasingly, people fall in love with the city and decide to stay. Nestled at the base of the Rocky Mountains, Boulder is surrounded by miles of hiking and biking trails and countless opportunities for outdoor recreation. In addition, the city offers a vibrant art and culture scene, along with a variety of shops and restaurants.  Boulder feels like a breath of fresh air for many people after living in a more urban environment. The combination of natural beauty and an active lifestyle makes Boulder an appealing place to... Read More