• RSS
  • Delicious
  • Facebook
  • Twitter

It was recently announced that in the United States, inflation is at its highest since 1991. To be fair, it is also high in most parts of the world. But in the United States, is housing prices sustainable?. Depending on who you ask, you will get somewhat different answers: Sellers and some homeowners feel a huge amount of security and feel as life is in its blissful era Buyers, especially  [ Read More ]

Indian Canyons Neighborhood Home For Sale

Posted by Sam August - 25 - 2021 0 Comment

Indian Canyons neighborhood home for sale. This week’s hot property is located at 2400 S Caliente Drive, Palm Springs California. According to zero.com Indian Canyons neighborhood has A: population of 576 with 60% males and 40% females, and a median age of 65. 2% of this neighborhood is occupied by families with children, 24% single-female families, 36% single-male families, and 40% couples. The home is Stan Sackley inspired with extensive upgrades offered at $2,295,000. It features: Built-in 1978 3 Bedrooms 3.5 Bathrooms  [ Read More ]

Palm springs architectural property found during my real estate weekly outings. With the help of some real estate stars being aligned, there is usually that property that has that “wow” factor. This past week was no exception, developed by local developer “Sam Janis” and situated in the Little Tuscany neighborhood, this 2 story gated, walled, and hedged property is truly the catch of the week. Featuring : 4 Bedroom 4  [ Read More ]

Summer Of 2020. AKA Summer Of Covid19

Posted by Sam August - 28 - 2020 0 Comment

Summer of 2020 will be forever remembered as the ”summer of Covid19.” It was spring leading into summer when humanity needed to adjust its way of living. Every day seemed like groundhog day, some were forced to become creative in order to exist, and others were forced into depression and despair. I experienced both. The perfect description of living in a ” World of Duality.” Decades from now, the questions  [ Read More ]

Los Angeles Real Estate market is soaring due to record low interest rates and low inventory, while homelessness is on the rise. The Los Angeles housing market is more competitive than ever due to first-time home buyers and records low interest rates. The average sale price of a home in Los Angeles was $750K last month, up 0.67% since last year. The average sale price per square foot in Los Angeles is $479, up 2.1% since  [ Read More ]

Ageism Is Prejudice Against Time and is a challenge in the gay male culture. The words ageism and sexism have been used for decades, more so in the past years like in the women’s movement “Me Too”. The truth is; the behavior of the word “Ageism” been embedded in the male gay culture as far back as one can remember. In fact, labels were given to a successful older man  [ Read More ]

Conscious living practice ..a new paradigm for sustainable success. The truth is conscious living practice been around for years but more in the for-front recently in a world that is forever changing, or known as “World post Covid19”. You will find that Conscious Practice applies in almost every area of our lives or the areas that we want to have sustainable success. Conscious practice in the workplace Conscious leadership Conscious  [ Read More ]

Give Yourself Time…It’s Ok To Cry.

Posted by Sam May - 20 - 2020 0 Comment

Give yourself time, it’s ok to cry. Some of us been in isolation for nearly eight weeks now, some totally alone, some elderly with no one to look after them, some with no immediate family members and no network of friends and for most people they are unemployed. Yes, these realities do exist, not every situation is a person stuck at home with a spouse/partner, children, roommates, or elderly parent  [ Read More ]

West Hollywood pop culture latest documentaries. If you lived in West Hollywood in the 1980s until mid-2000 you probably witnessed, heard of maybe visited : Studio One Circus of Books Angelyne Studio One was one of the most iconic discos in West Hollywood/Los Angeles. Open from 1974-1993, it was one of the longest-lasting establishments of the disco era to the gay community. Studio One was a massive temple of excess and exclusion, proving  [ Read More ]

Living alone is isolation during a plague is not as much fun as I thought it would be. I have been on my own since I was twenty years old, that is a lot of years. One tool I had to sharpen all these years, would be the tool of survivorship. In order to survive at a young age and while trying to create a support system by default, I  [ Read More ]