Monthly Archives: March 2013


Prefabricated Homes in 2013

March 29th, 2013

Prefabricated buildings have been around for more than a century, with a wide range of manufactured homes and garages available to purchase. Over the last few years however, the conversation surrounding prefab homes has become a lot more positive, due to environmental considerations and access to improved designs. The prefabricated home is very much alive and well in 2013, and […]

Gain Muscle and Lose Weight

March 22nd, 2013

Greater muscle density in the body can contribute to better health over the long term, and also weight loss. While many who seek to lose weight concentrate on fat loss, few consider muscle gain. More muscle will improve overall shape, and also help to increase your metabolism. Could you benefit from increasing your strength? Some of the benefits of strength […]

The History of Daylight Savings

March 15th, 2013

Daylight savings has become an important part of our lives, with most of the western world advancing their clocks each year to bring more light to the evenings. In fact, the practice of daylight saving time (DST) is so common in the west that it’s hard to remember a time it didn’t exist. While ancient civilisations did adjust their daily […]

Making the Most of Insurance

March 8th, 2013

Whether it’s for your car, your health or your life, the right insurance can make a lot of difference when something unexpected comes your way. While most Australians insure their home and contents, ma ny are uninsured on other fronts. Read on to take a look at some of the types of insurance you may wish to consider. Life Insurance […]

Are you making the most of depreciation?

March 1st, 2013

Depreciation can be an attractive factor for an investor purchasing a new home. However, those that invest in older homes, or already own a home as an investment, can benefit from savings too. Over time, some elements of an investment property decline in value. In line with this, the ATO allows for claims of depreciation to be made on investment […]