Gold and Silver Bullion – Bars, Ingots, Coins and Gold Rings
Silver has always been known as a good metal throughout its acquaintance with humankind. The noble metal which is known as Ag on the periodic chart is actually derived from the Latin word ARGENTUM
Silver historians have traced the roots of silver to almost 15,000 years ago as silver trinkets that were unearthed in China has shown that man learned how to ‘play’ with silver at about the same time he took interest in Gold. Silver has the highest conductivity in its pure form compared to any other metal known to man. Continue reading
If you’re looking for used goods to buy as a way to save some money, dollar stores, op shops and garage sales are all great places to go to for major savings. Have you ever read about how they say should never buy a car new when there are so many gently-used ones out there? That little piece of advice applies to more than just cars. There are all kinds of things from clothing and jewellery to tools and books that you should never get anywhere but at second-hand shops. Let’s take a closer look.. Continue reading
The great thing about starting a herb garden is that you don’t even need a lot of space to get great, usable results. Herbs can also be very hardy plants. If you’re just getting started with gardening and you don’t know much about it, starting a herb garden would be a great first step. These hardy and easy-to-grow plants are kind of hard to go wrong with. Continue reading
It’s almost like a rule for people involved in romantic relationships. If they nurse any hopes of letting someone see that they really love them, they have to learn how to write poetry about them. It would be even better if they could set their words to music. But that’s another story.
Whether it’s for romantic love or not, people who enjoy reading poetry have always dreamt about writing powerful verse themselves. Continue reading
Its the number one thing for any aspiring guitarist or future rock star to learn how to tune a guitar. One of the most important prerequisites to creating awesome, tolerable music is making sure that you’re playing in tune. Music is called “music” for a reason—calling it such separates it from the uncivilized species of noise, discordance, and just about anything else you can think of that punishes the ears. Continue reading