Category Archives: Family

5 Tips for Successful Teleworking During the Corvid19 Event

Since the Coronavirus first reared its ugly head, I have been recommending telecommuting as a way of reducing the risks of spreading Corvid19 through your workforce. I have been pushing for this for years for many reasons, including reduced business … Continue reading

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Live Tracking Coronavirus on a Map

Johns Hopkins CSSE has developed and published a GIS web map tool, whereby you can live track the spread of Coronavirus on a map. I feel the pedigree is important, because when I listen to my Alexa news brief each … Continue reading

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An Idea to Encourage Exercise and Wellbeing using GPS Tracking

I just read a story about someone who has cycled every road in London over a period of five years. He used a combination of GPS and colouring in the A to Z Map of London. On this video you … Continue reading

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I Bought a Two Story House, There was the Story Before I Bought the House and the Story After I Bought The House

Buyer’s remorse is the sense of regret after having made a purchase. It is frequently associated with the purchase of an expensive item such as a vehicle or real estate Continue reading

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Kiwibuild Problems and Buying From a Plan

Finally, in case you don’t have a Kindle, or don’t want to buy my new eBook, there is a way to get a free copy. Just point your mouse at http://www.Firsthomebuyerstraining.com and you can download a free PDF version and get some more useful information from my eList. Continue reading

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Kindle eBook Launch ‘5 Top Mistakes People Make When They Are Buying a House

Finally after a little bit of work every day for months, loads of revisions and “that’s not what I thought I said” from the haze of pain medications because of a back injury, my latest book has arrived at Amazon … Continue reading

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House Hunting in Auckland with the Barfoot and Thompson Real Estate App

It’s been 5 years since I last looked at the Barfoot & Thompson Real Estate App. I did a brief review of it back in 2013. That version was a finalist in the Designers Institute Best Designers Award and they … Continue reading

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