I have been working on another page to feature my photography and artwork on. I have several items listed on the site and will be adding more as time goes on. Check it out by clicking on this link. I hope you enjoy the page.
Are you thinking about participating in Door Dash in some way? I can’t really tell you anything about being a customer because I have only delivered, but I am going to share with you what I learned during my time as a Dasher. When you sign up to be a Dasher, you will have to submit proof of insurance. You will also have to agree to undergo a background check. I don’t really know how extensive this check is, but I think they are mainly looking for things like DUIs, violent crimes, and predatory history. My check cleared pretty fast. It was either the same day or the next day. So, if you are thinking about becoming a Dasher, here are ten things you may want to know . 1. Once your background check clears, you will be able to access the app, but you will have to wait a little while before you can work. This is because there are two types of deliveries that come across. Some businesses will sign up to have all the transactions done through the app. This means when the
We live in a chaotic, stressful world—and it has only gotten worse with COVID. It is easy to get wrapped up in our own little bubble and become oblivious to what is really going on around us. I thought since it is World Kindness Week it would be good to focus on ways to exercise kindness to others—even when things get a little tense, or maybe I should say especially when things get tense. Here are five ways that we can all show kindness. 1. Be kind to family members . Since family members are often the first people we interact with in the morning, I thought that would be a good place to start. We can get so familiar and less formal with family members because they are sort of an extension of ourselves. This can cause us to be less than polite with them. However, this thinking is a little backwards. Since Jesus said, “You must love your neighbor as yourself,” and our family members are actually our closest “neighbors” kindness should be heaped onto them. Saying please a
I passed through a big little town in Utah by the name of Fairview a couple of years ago. I call it a big little town because for a place with a population of just over 1,300 it has a lot of neat stuph. For instance, I discovered a pretty cool resort there called the Skyline Mountain Resort with a lot of year round fun stuph to do. I even got to stay there for free because I told them I would write about them! I got to stay in a comfy cabin stocked with everything I might need. They even had snacks out on the table! I played in the snow and got to see some deer while I was there. The spacious resort includes 5 cabins. One of them has a roll-in shower for handicapped vacationers. They also have a wide variety of other amenities including RV sites, camp sites, a 9-hole golf course and more. Skyline Mountain Resort even contains a Residential Home Owners Community. Visitors are invited to use the pool, which has an awesome slide. Other recreational activities vacationers ca