Today I was in the village of Lerwick, Scotland (bay of clay), the largest city and main port of the Shetland Islands, a group of several hundred islands between the mainland of Scotland and Norway. These islands are home to some of the largest and longest standing fisheries along with Europe’s second-largest oil production plant. Lerwick is a wonderful return to a quieter time when like the theme to the TV Series Cheers proclaimed, “… Everyone knows your name…”
Let’s Go Shopping
My wife and I were shopping at a local store in Lerwick, Scotland; with family-operated values were a wonderful pleasure to experience. My grandparents ...
Money is a funny thing. It means so much to so many. "Money is the lubricant of commerce." Or is it?
Ever wonder what money is? Is it value? Is it merely paper or metal with old pictures and sayings on it? Does money change over time?
Money for Commerce: I Have a Complex Wallet
I am a world traveler. What is the real value of the dollars (or Pound Sterling, Swiss Francs, or Euros) in my wallet today?
Why does a retailer (Business Owner) accept a piece of plastic with a bunch of numbers on it and then proceed to provide me with goods and services of my choosing? Ever wonder what and where the intrinsic value of money came from? ...