Buying a car in San Diego is an uncommon thing. With everything in walking distance and and pubic transportation having your own means of transportation seems a bit pointless, right? Luigi Wewege gives  top 5 reasons why having your own car is better and can save you time and money.

  1. Having your own car eliminates the daily expense of buying a metro or bus tickets. When coming and going doing your everyday errands, those tickets start to add up! “Pay the big price of having a car, and you only have to do it once. Once it’s yours, you’ll save more money than you would have buying ticket after ticket,” says Wewege.
  2. Having your own car saves time because you don’t have to wait around for public transportation and people will not hold you back anymore from your appointments.
  3. Having your own car is safer than riding publicly with other passengers. We are surrounded by people everyday and you just don’t know when you’ll bump into that one person who has had a bad day.
  4. Having your own car equals freedom to come and go as you please in the comfort and style of your own ride.
  5. Having your own car shows responsibility to others around you. That “chick magnet” of yours is really you telling her “I’m a responsible man” and that is attractive.

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Its that time of year again where people get into shape and you cant get into shape without reading up on the latest and greatest methods to do so. This year the buzz at the San Diego Health Awards is all about nutrition. Doctors, trainers, and committed folk like you are stepping it up to get us back into the old school way of doing things, which is still eating right and exercising. Those that received the NIHB from the IHS in the prior years have even more fun and exciting methods to losing weight this year and for certain, the years to come. These innovators and pioneers of health and wellness industry are shaping up their own methods for weight loss so that we might see exactly how its done. Now that is not only old school, but that is just down right committed; I’m sure Arizona Surgeon, Terry Simpson MD would say so himself! Thanks to all the nominees, for without these committed souls who knows how bad the people of our city might be right now. And though they may not be household names, yet, their work behind the scenes goes unnoticed.

The San Diego Health Awards is more than just a show or award ceremony. It is the way the community thanks these dedicated people for their continual pursuit of selflessness. These awards are more than just reminders of our thanks and gratitude for their dedication, but they embody our love for their work as well. Helping people is their main goal and as noble as that is, their true reward is the knowledge that they helped many people live longer and more productive lives. These men and women are at the forefront of today’s epidemics concerning health and wellness, nothing less than soldiers fighting for a cause. Thank them for their love and dedication by joining us here at the San Diego Health Awards, you wont regret it.

Daren_Zenner_boxing_ringWhat does Daren Zenner love? Boxing, his dogs, and the fresh San Diego air. If he is not entertained by all the unique rides in San D he is engulfed in a Padres’ game or the beautiful beaches the city has to offer. San Diego has to be the best city for working out says Daren Zenner, who likes to keep healthy. Its been years since the boxing ring but, that doesn’t stop this fighter from enjoying life in San Diego.

In this city by the sea there is only one thing that bugs Daren Zenner and that is how hard it is to find parking. Whether Zenner is going to his favorite eatery or gym just parking can be a long task, and the walk from your car can be a workout in itself. One tip Daren Zenner gives us on parking San Diego is make sure you bring your wallet and your walking shoes.

In light of many carjackings and pet deaths inside cars, Occidental Vacation Club Reviews remind car owners and travelers to always DOUBLE CHECK your cars.

Whether your on your way out of your car or just about to get in your car, make sure to double check everything – tires, windows, door locks, hood. According to Occidental Vacation Club Reviews, its a common M.O. for carjackers to prey on drivers who are busy with their phones or carrying many baggage. If you need to make a call, make sure that your car is locked first. If you are carrying a lot of bags, ask a guard to accompany you to make sure you’ll safely get in your car.

As for parents and pet owners, Occidental Vacation Club Reviews remind them to double check the backseat to make sure you’re not forgetting anything or anyone. This is in connection to cases where busy parents forget having their baby or pets sitting on the backseat.

Its better safe than sorry!

We recently asked Jared Londry to give his opinion on the new look San Diego Padres. We’ve asked for the same thing from Eric Gonchar. Here is what Mr. Eric Gonchar has to say.

I read through what Jared Londry had to say and I will say two things.

1. I don’t like lists.

2. Oops, my bad.

Mr. Eric GoncharOn a serious note, Jared’s opinion seems to hinge on the fact that at least something is happening. In my opinion, “something” isn’t enough. Is this about winning or just doing this for the sake of doing things. If you’re just running around signing players and making trades to get in the news, you’re in the wrong business. I think new Padres GM A.J. Preller knows that, I don’t think he’s making moves for the fans or just to make noise. I think he has a plan, but is is misguided?

Preller has a background that is relatively short lived, along with General Manager Jon Daniels with the Texas Rangers, they’re two of the youngest GM’s in baseball. They also happened to go to Cornell together (Hi Andy Bernard!). When a young GM comes in and starts making trades with some of the best in the business, watch out, it could end in self destruction. What does Matt Kemp have left to offer? Preller is about to find out, and the Dodgers front off showed what they thought he has left by dealing him. I consider Andrew Friedman (formerly of the Rays) and Farhan Zaidi two of the brightest young executives in baseball. While also relatively young themselves, this is likely to end up in a book as a cautionary tale of trading within the division.

Beyond taking on Kemp, his health issues and salary, I like the rest of the Padres moves. I also agree with Londry that this season is going to be exciting! Go Pads!

I’d like to thank Eric Gonchar for his thoughts on the 2015 San Diego Padres. Opening day is coming soon!

JaredLondryPictureThe San Diego Padres recently went on a spending spree. Did the succeed or fail? Time will tell as the offseason comes to an end in less than a month. Spring Training will see new players wearing Padres blue (and often camouflage). Jared Londry will give us his opinion thus far on the Padres off season of 2015.

2014 was a rough year for the Pads. Before that there were many rough years as well. This tells us two things.

1. Nothing good has happened in a few years.

The Padres finished above .500 1 time since 2007. That means they’ve been miserable to watch. Whether you’re sitting in the stands or sitting on the couch, about the 7th inning you’ve had enough. By comparison, the SF Giants have won 3 World Series’ since that time. That’s definitely cherry picking, but proves the Padres needed change.

2. Something is happening!Padres Year By Year Win Loss Record

I don’t care if Matt Kemp regains his form or not, at least the Padres are out on a limb trying to get better and engage the fan base that has become apathetic. Brand name superstars (as Kemp once was) sell jerseys and fill seats.

Whether they finish above .500 or not won’t matter to me, what matters is that San Diego is relevant again!

Jared Londry is in commercial real estate. Contact him for more information on his LinkedIn Profile.

Time and time again we have seen Hollywood show people driving in New York City parking along the streets when in reality it is almost impossible to find any sort of parking! My friend Malcom has said on multiple TV stations ” It’s impossible too find a good parking spot next to my favorite indy-music-coffee-tea-house in New York, but people in the movies seem to have an easy time, its a lie. So is the Cake”. I take these words to heart noting his profound example of not being able to find a spot in NYC. I hope someone is developing some sort of Theory for Parking because Hollywood seems like a nice place to live. Now In Die Hard 2 the main character seems to always park right in front of his shops and buildings, this is highly unrealistic because of the global climate causing cars to fly towards the gas pumps at an extreme level. Gas prices seem to be going down because no one drives because they cant park! Hollywood Please. Parking is impossible, I give up on driving and ride a bike now, maybe I’ll get a motorcycle. Capture4

Link Shwartz is an theorist who specializes in studying parking habits of people in urban centers. Its important to note that this kind of study is completely useless to the actual scientific world but Link Shwartz knows that his very studycpf-2014 could someday become more valuable than that of research for cancer cures, however Link Shwartz wants to point out that his study is only to help those in urban centers and not anywhere else. Parking in Japan and China can be quite hazardous so its important to study habits and how we can improve these poor parking conditions. Together with the help of Link Shwartz theories we can end world parking struggles.

Ace Parking is attempting to do its part to further promote the use of the so-called green technologies by adding electric vehicle charging stations to a number of their locations. The announcement comes amid increasing demand for a better nationwide infrastructure for these types of vehicles. There are many organizations and individuals that wish to see a shift in the types of fuels consumers use for travel, moving away from the established fossil fuels and toward more renewable energy sources.


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