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First off I use QuickBooks for basic Invoicing, Estimates and keeping track of payments for my freelancing. I love QuickBooks and used the free edition that was available for Windows. However, when I switched to Mac I found this to be a great edition of QuickBooks and outshines the Windows version. I love the look and feel of QuickBooks for Mac and the floating windows (across the destkop not just within the main QuickBooks window is great! I have not had any problem using it (I am running OS X 1.8; Mountain Lion).
To upgrade from 2012 to 2013 I just uninstalled 2012 (dragged app from Applications folder to Trash and emptied trash). Then I dragged 2013 from CD to application folder. I started it and after activating it it stated that it needed to upgrade my 2012 company so I told it OK. Then a moment later it was up and working and I had no problem. All of my invoices, estimates, and accounts were there! I do not notice much difference from 2012 -> 2013, there is a few general GUI improvements, but nothing major! I was using 2012 in Mountain Lion, so I am not sure what the big difference is, but it works great, and I have not had any problems!
In the end I like QuickBooks 2013 for Mac, it is easy to use and works great! QuickBooks is a name I trust and find it the best way to keep track of invoices and estimates! It is simple to use and works great with my MacBook Pro (running OS X 10.8 [Mountain Lion]). I highly recommend!!!!!
I've been plagued with this disease for almost 7 years now and have 50% of my body covered with sores. I have been to the Cleveland Clinic and many other doctors searching for relief. After great expense, I was no better off afterwards than before, sometimes in worse shape. I have tried EVERYTHING to get rid of of this to no avail!!!!!
When I came to this book I was doubtful but like every other suffer desperate for relief, I forwarded the link to my wife and she bought the book. I have been doing this for almost a week now and I am starting to see the results, even though I haven't followed it to a "T". Yeah the teas are horrible, but other than that it is not bad - better than the disease. So if you are also plagued with Psoriasis, I HIGHLY recommend this book and the lifestyle change it promotes. Yes I miss my steak and potatoes, but that's life - time to move on.
As for the one review that states it all stress related, this individual surely doesn't have psoriasis. I am a Network Administrator and my day is nothing but stress filled, like almost every other American out there, but yet I am healing.
I eat more fruits and veggies than ever before, drink my water, eat my fish and chicken, salads, drink my teas (YUCK) and almost all other things recommended - sorry I'm not perfect - but it is working.
So in summary when your momma said you are what you eat - believe her - GOD gave her wisdom - just follow it and eat right. I'll do a follow up review in 3 months, prayerfully I will continue to heal and be done with this once and for all.
SCD gave me my life back and completely cured me of my ulcerative colitis. I have 2 clear colonoscopies to confirm that I no longer suffer from UC. I have been well now for about 5 years and am now cautiously introducing some non SCD foods.
I came down with UC in 2003 after the birth of my son. The meds i was given helped but did not stop me from having flares and they seemed to become less effective over time. It reached the point where every day of my life was ruled by my gut and i was continually tormented with symptoms. I found discussion about SCD on the internet. After reading a book by Raman Prasad called Colitis and Me i was so convinced that SCD had helped him, that I decided to give it a go.
I noticed a positive effect after about 3 weeks. After several months I was completely fine and stupidly decided to re-introduce some non SCD foods. I continued to be fine for several months and then had the flare from hell. I re-introduced full SCD but it took ages to get that flare under control. I was continuing with meds throughout this time. After having such a horrible flare I was completely committed to SCD and plugged away with it. I had another flare even though i was compliant with SCD, however it turned out that this flare was the last flare I ever had. After working through that flare I have been in good health for about 5 years now. I have had 2 colonoscopies each separated by 2 years and each completely clear. I have now ceased taking the small remission dose of medication that I used to take and continue to be well.
I know beyond a shadow of a doubt that SCD is what healed me (however I think it helped to also continue with meds until completely well and beyond for a while). A cynic reading this might say that maybe I just got better on the medication, but I know the SCD was critical because I know how much better I felt on the food - I could feel how this food was more digestible and gave me a fighting chance. I also know how poorly I was doing on the meds before I introduced SCD into my arsenal.
I think the most important thing for someone trying SCD to remember is that it may not work instantly and you may still have flares in the early stages. UC is a tough disease and it took your body a long time to get sick so it may take a long time to get well too. If you persist through ups and downs hopefully you will have the same perfect result that I did. It's also important to pay attention to how foods affect you specifically and avoid any foods that you can't digest (even though SCD legal) until your digestion improves. In my case I could not handle raw fruit other than ripe bananas for a long time but cooked was OK. Also, during a flare I could not handle almond meal baking. The first type of nut product I could handle was nut butter (pecan or macadamia) - because it is smooth there were no rough bits to bother my inflamed gut. Over time I progressed and was gradually able to handle all SCD foods - even lentils and beans.
After many years of good health I am now cautiously experimenting with SCD illegal foods - treats like chocolate and icecream. No problems, however I am still cautious.
I would like to thank Elaine for all her hard work and selflessness in studying and writing her book so she should spread the word about what she had learned through her daughter.
So far I love this hose! I've read all the reviews and I'm being careful not to drag it over rough concrete etc. It really does stretch out to become 50' and it's very lightweight and manageable - so much better than the rigid hose that has to be wrestled back into the hose container. It waters just as well as much bigger hoses. I attached the multi-spray device and everything on the dial works fine including my favorite "jet" with no loss of water volume or pressure.
I think this hose is definitely worth a try. With care it should last, at least I hope so because I've never used a hose I like as well as this one.
Sodastream is great because:
*It alleviates buying so many bottles of seltzer and schlepping them home from the store
*Having fresh, bubbly seltzer on-demand is fabulous
*Better for the environment (so nice to have a non-electric kitchen appliance)
(I literally bought two as gifts this year already.)