February 7th, 2017
My photobucket pictures were nowhere to be found. You see I have 3 kinds of log in for photobucket but my first photobucket log in is not functioning at all. When I checked the pictures from this log in, it would say pictures were deleted and it affected one of my blog. If you noticed the Mary Anne’s Musings has a new template because the header is not restoring even though I already put another code to it.
I was devastated and yet I have to move forward, I slept late just to put my blog up and running. I only slept for 2 hours that night because I need to work right after. I could not trust the photobucket anymore and yet I need it, in case I have to put pictures in my blog. I needed the code for the image to show up.
Recently, I figured out that I can embed the code of the picture from Facebook to my blog. You might want to refer what I am talking about to this link Little World of Fun, You possibly view the picture. The source of the code is not from photobucket anymore but from the Facebook. All you need to do is click the option of the picture you want to post in your blog and then click the Embed and that’s it.
February 3rd, 2017
My daughter is busy nowadays; she is one of the band members at school that every Friday we won’t be able to go home early because we need to wait for her to finish her band practice. She is the lead guitar and she needs to have an electric guitar, we can’t afford to buy one so she borrowed the electric guitar from her best friend. I was thinking to buy one for her, perhaps with better deals online but I just could not find any. In time I will be able to buy her one, we just need to be patience and save some bucks so we can have the right budget. Good thing she have a best friend that she can always count on.
February 1st, 2017
My laptop stopped working on December one day and no matter how hard we tried to back things up it just didn’t work. Faith was the last one who used the computer and after that the windows will not turn on. Faith tried to explain everything and I am sure Mariel’s friend understood it since he was able to fix the computer after a day.
January 12th, 2017
While the idea of leaving your loved ones behind after death is an emotional topic, those who are dedicated to ensuring that their families have the resources that they need to maintain their current standard of living often opt to purchase life insurance. Choosing life insurance is much easier for those who understand the different types of insurance available and the costs associated with such coverage.
Term Life Insurance
The most common type of life insurance is term, and this is typically the easiest to get, costs the least and is the simplest to understand. Term life insurance pays only if the policyholder dies within the term of coverage, which is generally available for up to 30 years. There are also two types of this form of life insurance, including level and decreasing term. Level term pays the same amount throughout the life of the policy while decreasing term pays less with each year of the policy’s protection that passes.
Guaranteed acceptance term life insurance is a product that is available to individuals who fall between the ages of 50 and 75 years; often low-cost and for policies that pay a maximum of $25,000, guaranteed term life is a good option for those who are simply trying to help their families cover their final expenses and address any immediate income gaps. Guaranteed term life also does not require applicants to answer prying health questions or undergo a physical examination.
Whole Life Insurance
Also referred to as permanent life insurance, whole life provides the policy holder with coverage throughout the duration of his or her life; this differs from term life insurance because it is available for longer than the preset span of time dictated in the term policy. Whole life insurance is noticeably more expensive than its term counterpart, but certain provisions make it more affordable for the elderly and in certain situations.
Choosing the Best Life Insurance
Selecting between term and whole life insurance depends largely on the policy holder’s needs and available financial resources. Regardless of which type of life insurance that you choose, it should be worth enough to leave your loved ones with money to continue or even improve their current standard of living. Extending your commitment to protect your family beyond the time of your death is one of the best things that you can do for them.