Cheers to Friday! It's been a week with a few unexpected costs - new water heater and the finance company still charged my monthly car payment for the Jeep we sold to Car Max last month 😒 My budget looks a hot mess right now. But....good news! Found a bottle of the wine I usually order at our favorite restaurant in town (the markup on it is crazy 💸) at Albertsons and it falls in the sweet spot! 🍷 Priced fair enough and tastes good enough to be one we keep on hand 🙌🏻 Celebrate the small victories! I'll post the bottle in my story for fellow winos! Share your sweet spot wine 🍷
Amazing opportunity to connect with @brucelund of @90daysales on this wonderful Friday evening!!! He's got some great things in the pipeline coming to those who really want to step up their sales game.
Your Next Home Could Run on Batteries... In the near future, your home could be battery operated.
This is especially true if you live in New York, California, Massachusetts, Hawaii, Vermont, Arizona or a growing roster of other states and municipalities experimenting with revamping their electrical grids for the 21st century.
You might not even know your lights are being kept on by the same chemical process that powers your smartphone, since the batteries could be tucked into what looks like a neighborhood junction box, or behind a fence in a substation. But now, thanks to efforts by startups and the utility companies they sell to (and sometimes battle), you might get one right inside your home.
The rise of these home batteries isn’t just a product of our collective obsession with new tech. Their adoption is being driven by a powerful need, says Ravi Manghani, of GTM Research: renewable energy.
Without batteries and other means of energy storage, the ability of utility companies to deliver power could eventually be threatened.
We bought a house! 🏠💕
And we couldn't have done it without these amazing people
Nathaniel and David, no matter what i may say... we love you guys and are so grateful that we had you to help us find a home
Life goes by fast and there definitely needs to be some planning involved. If you rent and hope to own someday, the money you receive from your wedding is ideal to save toward a down payment on a new home.