It’s important to track our expenses. This will help in better management of how and where to spend based on the income or obligations we have. In many cases, an Excel sheet could do a lot of work. However, a personal accounting/finance software is more advanced for sophisticated reports and less errors of course.
I would like to give a Big Thank You to Mohamad Al Karbi for allowing me the honor of doing a Guest Post on his wonderful blog. While you are here, please be sure to take a moment to look around! There is a wide variety of talent from not only Mohamad, but his guests as well.
I hope you enjoy my piece on Traveling in Oregon.
Exploring the United States is an exciting prospect. But as vast as this country is, it would be a difficult thing to accomplish within reasonable time constraints. There is an alternative.
I found that the state of Oregon is just about as diverse in its beauty as the rest of the country is as a whole.
I would like to give you a personal mini-tour of the state.
Hi, I’m Joanna Lynn. First, I want to thank Mohamad Al Karbi for inviting me to write a guest post for his blog. Mohamad is always so encouraging and interested in what I write. He’s been a great blogging friend. I know part of Mohamad’s blog is about different places in the world and I would love to tell you all about my home city. So, welcome to Indianapolis, Indiana, in the United States.
Tennessee is sort of a funny shaped state. North to South, it is only 116 miles, while East to West it stretches 482 miles. Tennessee has three major cities, Knoxville in the East, Nashville in the Middle, and Memphis in the West. Since a great deal of the traffic through Tennessee is along Interstate 40, these three cities are the hubs for their areas. About 80 miles East of Nashville, and about 100 miles West of Knoxville is my hometown of Cookeville, TN. Being on Interstate 40 helps Cookeville to be the jumping off point for people traveling along the Interstate.
Our beloved writer and blogger Jessica Bakkers is having a surgery – Details here.
Hope you get to feeling better soon! Looking forward to seeing you back…
First of all, Mohamad is one of my first blog friends. He has supported me during my entire blog journey. A few days ago, I migrated to a Self-hosted blog and then I backed out shortly. I felt honored when Mohamad asked me to do a guest post on my experience. Thanks Mohamad.