Contest Winner Announced

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The Procrastination Society International is pleased to announce the winner of the slogan contest for our Spring, 2006 competition has been decided. Congratulations to Allie Gettuit for her submission, “Procrastination is the one thing that can’t wait.”

We apologize for the late decision on this entry, but since Allie’s entry was submitted past the deadline, we had to await a decision by our panel of judges.

Allie will win fabulous prizes (to be determined at a later date) and will receive a special commendation at our 2006 annual meeting, whenever we hold that. Please congratulate Allie when you get the chance.

Featured Author: Imogen Rose

Author Imogen Rose

Imogen Rose is the author of the bestselling series, Portal Chronicles, which has attained cult status within indie literature and become a favorite among teens and adults alike. An immunologist by profession, Dr. Rose published her first work of fiction in 2010. She now writes full time and is currently working on her second teen series, the Bonfire Chronicles. Imogen was born in Sweden and has lived in several places, counting London among her favorites. She moved to New Jersey in 2001. A self-confessed Hermès addict, Imogen freely admits to being obsessed with Kurt Cobain. She enjoys shopping, traveling, watching movies, and hanging out with her family, friends, and Chihuahua. Continue reading “Featured Author: Imogen Rose”

Breaking the Code

We all know that in the real estate business, words and phrases which sound like one thing really mean something else. Spin doctors probably worked countless hours to come up with an entire alternative vernacular for every negative attribute of any kind of property.

Cozy actually means cramped. Rustic means old and falling apart. Quaint means peculiar. You don’t have to spend much time shopping for homes to break the code, but it got you there. It’s up to the salesman to do the rest. Continue reading “Breaking the Code”