Monday, October 20, 2008

Credit Crunch? Nah.

Defying the current credit crunch, people with mega-money are paying $25,000 per night to stay at the decadent Dubai hotel Atlantis The Palm.

The $25,000-per-night 3-bedroom suites come complete with a gold-leaf, 18-seat dining table and giant glass wall-turned-fish tank which holds some 65,000 fish, stingrays and other sea creatures.

Dolphins have been flown in from the South Pacific to provide guests with mesmerizing underwater world views from their suites. The latest in Persian Gulf excess, the 113-acre resort was built on an artificial island in the shape of a palm tree.


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Monday, October 13, 2008

Tees For Change

TODAY MATTERS. That's the phrase that was on the shirt that Tees For Change recently sent to us. Tees For Change focuses on the power of positive thinking. Their tees, made from eco-friendly materials such as organic cotton and bamboo, sport phrases such as "practice kindness," "laugh often" and "choose happiness." Besides being oh so very comfortable, the Tees For Change are a nice reminder to live life with passion, purpose and positivity.

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