My Gambling Life Living In A Truck

Author: Christopher Wamsley
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ISBN: 9781698056814
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I am an educated man that works for the Government who developed a gambling addiction that not only destroyed my marriage but also my self-respect. I was a compulsive gambler and got to the point I owed bills, taxes and took out too many loans and screwed up my credit. Well, when you screw up your credit, who is going to allow you to be able to rent an apartment, especially in the DC area...not too many. Since I have been facing the reality of my self-destruction and it's consequences, instead of accepting family/friends help (and YES, they offered) or declaring bankruptcy, I initially had taken stock and made the commitment to pay off my debts and rebuild my finances as part of the recovery process. I truly believe I MUST work off the debt to truly internalize the price of my addiction, and reinforce the recovery.So, I thought of the possibility of taking what I earn from work and trying to get out of debt and for a short time live in my truck. Granted we are talking the end of Jan, so it was not summertime and in actuality a pretty cold period weatherwise. I apparently started off thinking this would only be a few months and turned into a much longer period of time than I even expected. So, this is my story of living in a bed of a truck. Jan 31st 2016 - Nov 18 2016...10 1/2 months, then finally telling myself not only did I need help, but a way to actually getting help. I think that was the toughest part of anything else, is finding the right place and people to aid in my recovery and starting to live a normal life again without gambling.This book will take you through my most difficult times and the start of recovery from a horrible addiction.

Roll Your Own

Author: Jodi Pallidini
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Lf you've ever dreamed of breaking loose across North America in your own bus, truck, camper, or van, here is an illustrated handbook that tells you: how to find, buy, renovate and live in your vehicle, with designs for every conceivable need and lifestyle; how to license, insure, and service your bus, truck or van; storage space and how to build it; refrigeration, sanitation, and water supply; lighting, electricity, windows; traveling with babies, small children, and pets; food, kitchens, cooking; obtaining supplies on the road; survival necessities: lists of tools, reference books, medicines; financing your trip-without being tied down to a iob; traveling in Mexico and Canada; and caravaning. The obscure byways and well-travelled highways, beautiful mountains and wide open spaces of an entire continent are waiting for you. Now's the time to hit the road.--From publisher description.

Standards Of Living In Four Southern Appalachian Mountain Counties

Author: Charles Price Loomis
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Assessing The Implementation And Impacts Of The Clean Truck Programs At The Port Of Los Angeles And The Port Of Long Beach

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure. Subcommittee on Highways and Transit (2007- )
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The Living Church

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Farmers Expenditures For Motor Vehicles And Machinery With Related Data 1955

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Michigan Living

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Newcomer S Handbook For Moving To And Living In New York City

Author: Jack Finnegan
Editor: First Books
ISBN: 0912301724
File Size: 64,16 MB
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Extensively revised for 2007, this 416-page volume includes updated information on finding a home to rent or buy, expanded activities for the sports-minded (trapeze school, anyone?), and a brand-new section detailing day trip resources for those seeking a brief respite from the city.From Inwood to Battery Park, from Riverdale to Bayside to DUMBO to Grymes Hill, plus suburbs in New Jersey, Long Island and Westchester, and Connecticut, this latest volume extensively and intensively describes each neighborhood—its character, its features, and types and availability of housing—while offering the most up-to-date information on finding a place to live, childcare, transportation, education, cultural life, helpful services, recreation, and much more.

Littell S Living Age

Author: Eliakim Littell
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The Complete Idiot S Guide To Country Living

Author: Kimberley Willis
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 1440653305
File Size: 30,51 MB
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Even simple living has complications. City/suburban dwellers heading to 'greener pastures' will find this guide indispensable. The transition to a more rural life can be complicated, with dozens of issues to consider, from utilities to schools to weather. Expert advisor Kimberly Willis writes from experience on such topics as choosing the right location, building or refurbishing, tools and supplies, home farming, animal ownership, and more. ?A growing market with little or no competition ?Practical, easy-to-follow advice ?Strong resources section

Supply Catalog

Author: United States. Veterans Administration. Office of Procurement and Supply
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The Juice Truck

Author: Zach Berman
Editor: Appetite by Random House
ISBN: 0147530024
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From Zach Berman and Ryan Slater--the longtime friends behind Vancouver's wildly successful Juice Truck--comes an accessible, informative and fresh book on the popular and healthy juicing and cleansing lifestyle. There are lots of juice books out there, but few get it right. In The Juice Truck, Zach and Ryan make it their mission to make juicing approachable, fun, imaginative and healthy. Their obsession with juicing began when they took a trip to the Himalayas and Nepal, which quickly turned from a journey of self-discovery into a full-blown juice-seeking adventure once they were introduced to the most delicious, locally-sourced juices they had ever tried. They decided then to create the same community and street side accessibility to juice in Vancouver that had inspired them throughout their travels. Alongside colourful and eye-catching photographs and illustrations that match their company's brilliant branding, The Juice Truck incorporates advice from health coach Colin Medhurst, and outlines the tools you need to make the perfect juice, the science behind juicing, and the benefits of each specific ingredient. The book dives into the juice cleanse and tells you everything you need to know about this health trend, giving you the top 10 tips to consider before embarking on a cleanse. It debunks other cleanses and outlines which ones are actually good for you and how to cleanse in a safe and proper way. The authors also break down and profile their favourite superior foods, tinctures, supplements and boosters. Once the reader is perfectly equipped, Zach and Ryan provide over 110 mouth-watering drink recipes from nut milks, smoothies, juice and hot drinks, as well as easy-to-make and delicious plant-based food recipes that can be eaten alone or accompany the many drink recipes. Interspersed throughout the recipes are case studies by experts in their fields on subjects like meditation, sleep, yoga, fiber, microbes, food allergies, sensitivities and intolerance, and the nervous system. In addition to appealing to both loyal and first-time juicers everywhere (as well as the dedicated following of the Juice Truck in Vancouver), this book will be the definitive juicing guide for people who live a healthy, active lifestyle, and those who would like to transition to a healthier diet. This is not your average juice book--it's a combination of storytelling, nutrition and tried-and-true recipes that deserves a place in every juicer's kitchen.

Newcomer S Handbook For Moving To And Living In Boston

Author: Heather Gordon
Editor: First Books
ISBN: 9780912301549
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The Living Age

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Annual Report

Author: New Jersey. Bureau of Industrial Statistics
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Living On The Cusp A Memoire

Author: David A. Marshall
Editor: FriesenPress
ISBN: 1460216954
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Living on the Cusp is an autobiography regarding a colorful life, filled with failures and missed opportunities, but with final success. I, through my life, enjoyed a multitude of various experiences starting by being raised on a large ranch and farming operation with influences from my dramatic parents and older achieving siblings providing a competitive effect while keeping me on a path towards achievements. My perceptions of life have been shaped by being born into the Great Depression, experiencing the events of World War II, being drafted into the U.S. Army during the Korean War, playing my saxophone professionally, being involved in the colorful entertainment industry, working as a professional photographer, and my many business ventures for good or for bad. After my many varied and colorful female relationships I found my loving mate Dorothy, which added to building my success through our thirty-eight years of challenges. My life truly has been that of living on the narrow edge, the cusp, of life while facing the challenges, trauma, and positive events leading to success at the top of my own small, but secure, peak.