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Most businesses during this time of year do a lot of year-end inventory.
They check and see whether or not they made the sales they needed to. They check and see what they need to order in the new year. The bookkeepers are frantically crunching numbers so they can get taxes done.
It’s inventory time. The world is taking inventory right now and figuring out what they need for next year. Businesses are figuring out what their cash flow is. Hotels are frantically trying to sell hotel rooms. Households are trying to make just a little more money to close out the year and make sure it was a great year.
And women are looking around and basically thinking….
Ever since I moved to California, I just never feel the Christmas spirit. I’m from New York City, and in New York City there is a ton of Christmas spirit. Everywhere you go there is a “Sidewalk Santa” next to a Salvation Army kettle, Christmas music, Christmas decorations and just an incredible feeling of Christmas in the air.
In Los Angeles, December never feels “Christmas-like.” It is little bit chillier, but it really just feels like a different variation of October and November days. There are little pockets of the area that seem to realize it’s Christmas, but for the most part if you didn’t know the date……..
It’s the 4th of July – Woohoo! By David Wygant There’s something about holidays that bring out the worst in people. Now don’t read this and think I’m some sour, crusty old man who is a Grinch and who steals people’s pumpkins at Halloween. I need to let you know, however, that in terms of [...]