Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Carriage House Mill

Carriage House Mill is known for high quality custom cabinets. They design, manufacture, and install custom wood work and cabinetry for residential homes, commercial properties, and municipal buildings.

Their cabinets are found in many higher end homes. They have consistently won awards for their craftsmanship and last year their cabinets were featured in three of the most prestigious estates at the Utah Valley Parade of Homes. They also won the award for the best kitchen.

Michael Richards is the principal owner at Carriage House. He is a gifted craftsman who has been making custom wood furniture since the 80's. He is passionate about his work and is  the lead designer at Carriage House. He has many satisfied clients including Steve Young and Mike Weir.

Carriage House Mill is located at 560 S. 100 W. in Provo. The first time I went there I was surprised at how beautiful the showroom was since it was located in an older, industrial part of town. I was also shocked to see how elaborate their 20,000 square foot shop is. For more details about this company go to Carriage House Cabinets.

Sunday, March 11, 2012


Today I'd like to feature an exciting new business that provides support for people interested in blogging. PopCred is an all-in-one resource for bloggers. It provides Word Press blogs, hosting, domain names, tutorials, seminars, and other resources for people who want to learn how to start a blog and for those who want to make money blogging.

The PopCred site was developed by Alison Moore Smith who is a professional blogger. She noticed that there were many people who wanted to start a blog but didn't know how to create a successful one. Many others already enjoy blogging, but few know how to make money with their blogs, so she started offering seminars on how to make money blogging. The concepts and principles Alison teaches are not theoretical. They are things she has been doing successfully since the mid 90's.

I recently attended one of her seminars on how to monetize your blog and gained quite a bit of valuable information. For someone with 5 blogs and over 800 posts under my belt, I found it to be very helpful as well as affordable. I am currently in the process of changing blog providers and utilizing the PopCred services in order to be a more effective blogger.

I appreciate the fact that Alison does not promote her business as a get-rich-quick idea. She makes it clear that with any venture, success requires hard work and patience, but it is much easier to be successful when you follow the advice of someone who has already done what you are trying to accomplish. You can see and compare the many different services that are available at PopCred.net.