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Like anyone else, I too have anger in me. However, I try to recall that anger is a destructive emotion. I remind myself that scientists now say that anger is bad for our health; it eats into our immune system. So, anger destroys our peace of mind and our physical health. We shouldn't welcome it or think of it as natural or as a friend.
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As a longtime resident of Salt Lake City and the 9th and 9th neighborhood I have a great love for our community and I consistently give my time and skills to make it a greener, more sustainable, locally sourced and better place to live.

As a Realtor I welcome the opportunity to share my community with others and to assist them in making this amazing place, which is Salt Lake City, their new home.

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I am a Husband, Father, Organic Gardener, Food Preserver, Canner, Chicken Farmer, Lover of Life, Cook, Retail Manager, Realtor. Hell! What don't I do???
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The Iberostar Playa Mita was delightful respite from our daily lives back home and a near perfect vacation in every way. We were greeted as we arrived at the hotel by friendly and attentive bell staff who immediately endeared themselves to our children ages 5 and 7. As we waited at the front desk to check in we were served a light, refreshing and non-alcoholic beverage. Check-in was prompt and eventless with a brief description of the hotel and grounds. We were then led to our room by one of the bell staff. It was a long walk, so prepare yourselves. This is a big resort. When we arrived at our ground floor beachfront room the bellman walked us through the features of the room. Then he proceeded to open the drapes to the beachfront patio. We had read many reviews and almost changed our reservation to a higher floor based on people complaints of the sea wall directly outside the patio and that it blocked the views. So here we were, holding our breath as he opened the drapes. No need. It was PERFECT. The view was fine and we were literally 20 steps from the beach and 100 from the ocean! So rather than go on and on and on I will narrow things down a bit. The room: It was well appointed with a mini bar that was restocked daily with beers, waters, etc. If you wanted more water, you only had to call. You can even ask for bigger waters. Other snacks are also available. Tip the staff and things appear. Take care of those who take care of you and they will take care of you more. the beds were super comfy. The tile floor annoying, but understandable in a beach hotel. The bathroom was really nice. When we arrived the sliding door to the ocean wouldn't lock, but someone came and fixed it for the rest of the stay. Loved our room! The beach: It was beautiful. The water was smooth, the sand was perfect. The beach chairs were always available when you wanted one. You can buy boogie boards at the surf shack for 20 bucks. If you are nice to the people around you and they bought one, they will likely give it to you when they leave. You will do the same for someone else when you leave. Pay it forward. The food: It is all inclusive resort food. Not amazing, not bad, I didn't care, I was in Mexico for a vacation. If I wanted local I would have stayed in a rental house in PV. I wanted to be taken care of. This is what you get. Do make reservations for the special places the day you get there. That way you get in. The shows: They were cool. Not broadway. Not high school. Maybe Jr. High level productions. But who cares! You are in MEXICO, being pampered, you are not trapped on a cruise ship. It's perfect. The kids loved the shows though and that is what really mattered. The evening fun events were fun. Not knock your socks of great, but the staff was having fun, we were having fun, the kids were having fun. The kids club: Let me tell you about Laura and Diana... Two amazing girls who made this trip amazing for our two boys aged 5 and 7. They were WONDERFUL! They were FUN! They work so hard, day and night, to ensure the kids have a great time. I seriously could not believe how dedicated they were. Our boys loved them and actually cried the day we had to leave. They had the best 8 day vacation of their lives and we owe it all to Laura and Diana. I will never forget them and neither will our boys. The bell staff and concierge staff: WOW! Great all the way around. Every one of them were so helpful, kind and willing to go out of their way to ensure you had a great stay. WiFi: It worked great in 90% of the areas. Poolside is not always great. Pool: So nice. Not too bad crowd wise. Drinks were always available and so was food. Get there at 9 am if you want a chair all day. Then leave your stuff and come and go as you please. Overall we loved this place and our stay. We would go back and probably will. It's a great, well cared for resort with a very attentive staff. Everything you would want.
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Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
Shawn Borba was an exceptional salesperson and this is the second time we have purchased a car through him. I trust him to treat me right and provide all the details and explanation that I need. This dealership is also wonderful and will always come highly recommended from me.
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I love me some poke and I love that poke has arrived in Salt Lake City! No, I am not Hawaiian. I am a haole who loves the islands, I go when I can and I never want to come home. I have had poke in many places and I am partial to the poke at Food Land and Costco on the islands does it pretty well too. So, getting all that above out of the way, the Laid Back Poke Shack does it very well, right up there with Food Land and it brings me back to one of the reasons I love the islands. The owners serve and make with aloha and it is plenty ono for me. If you have never tried poke, go try it. If you love poke, you will be very happy that you can get it in Salt Lake City now! Thanks Laid Back Poke shack for bringing something new and delicious to SLC that isn't fried, waffled, or pork bellied! You're awesome! See you on the islan.... er... in Millcreek!
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Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
We go here for everything. They always hot and full coffee, the pancakes, the bacon, the french toast, the home fried potatoes, the burgers, the bacon, the french toast, the always like I like them eggs, the bacon, the kids cakes, the corn beef hash, the bacon. Did I mention the bacon, seriously the best bacon in the city. This is not high cuisine, it is fast, greasy spoon diner food and it is amazing! There is almost always a wait to get in unless you do like us and arrive before 8:30 am. The crowd is as eclectic as the hood the restaurant is located in and that is a GREAT thing. You can take a walk in Liberty Park to ease your swelling when you are done. I mentioned I have two kids. My four year old screams to eat here at least three times a week and calls it the "green house". My two year old calls it the pancake house. It's pleasure spans every generation. Don't go expecting fine dining or long quiet brunch. Expect good breakfast food served fast and cheap.
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Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
This place is chaos. Too much of everything and the store just feel dirty with it's worn avacado green carpet and over supply of things you will never need. However, if you need something obscure you may just find it here.
Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago