Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday May 22nd, 2019

May 22 2019

Escrow.com

I took my first half day off in May.  I tried to not work for 6 hours. I picked up my daughter and we went shopping and did everything but work.   And it was brutal.  Of course nobody knows that I’m not working so everyone still expects me to answer texts and phone calls.  I made sure to forward all the important stuff to work but let the rest sit.  I had a friends wife text me about what web site to use to make a quick site.  The kind of emails and texts I get all the time.  People want plant advice and Internet advice.  I read the text but didn’t answer figuring I would get to it later.  Two hours later I got a “NeverMind”.  I’m not sure why, but it really bothered me.  I have asked a favor of non family members to about 5 people in the last 3 years.   Kate Buckley, Travis, and Josh are the domain people I work with and have asked for favors and they have been super helpful. In my personal life I have a few doctor friends that I have asked to move me up in line in appointments or diagnose on the side. That’s it. Other than that I only help others and put them in contact with people that can help if I can’t.  So when people get pissy with me for not helping,  it bothers me.
She also reminded me why I needed to take a break.  That shouldn’t have upset me and only did because I was emotionally tired.  It didn’t help that the job market is tight and there is a job war going on with every employer stealing each others employees by raising wages.  The average landscaper wage has risen $3 to $4 this year and climbing.  I have one landscaping company that we sell plants to that offered two of my employees more money so they left.  With one day notice.  If realize if they weren’t happy or they would have stayed or given me the chance to match (and I wouldn’t have) but the lack of notice left me scrambling to fill their roles.  They also blasted me on Facebook for being a dick to them after they left.  We have a policy that if anyone doesn’t give a weeks notice we mail their check.  They didn’t like that.  I admit, I’m not as friendly if you leave me hanging.  Add in its the busiest time of year at the nursery and my daughter is home from college and my wife is adjusting to having a teenager back (i.e. arguing over silly stuff with her)  and it’s been a grind.  Not sure a half day is going to do the trick (I’ve answered 10 texts just during this monologue) but just writing this out has helped.  Going through the lists and doing my domain stuff relaxes me.  I can turn off the phone, sit at my computer,  and make a little extra money. The world’s greatest hobby.
Tomorrow I start a new day with a better attitude and no matter what happens I always have domains and a beautiful family to come home to.  Here are today’s names. Make sure to click on the names to see the current price and to help DSAD keep on keeping on

Domain of the Day:  Trugs.com     Under $50 at press time. We sell these at the nursery.  English gardeners used to use them to collect flowers.  Now mostly decoration unless they are the plastic bucket type which are actually really useful

Quote of the Day: “There are three kinds of men. The one that learns by reading. The few who learn by observation. The rest of them have to pee on the electric fence for themselves”   -Will Rodgers

 

Namejet, Sedo, and other Names Up for Auction

HairCareSalon.com     18 year old name.   No reserve.   Says exactly what you do in the name

SEMx.com   Met reserve so it will sell.  21 years old.  First time on the market

GoLess.com  19 years old and also met reserve.   Name exudes savings

TinyHouse.info    The tiny house thing has died down a bit but think the market is still there.  Met reserve at a low price

Askr.com    You wonder what a name like this would go for at Godaddy auctions.  Probably higher than this

Bawby.com  No bids.  Not a bad 5L for $79

TechnologyLabs.com  Met reserve at $340

CrewPoint.com   Another one that’s met reserve.  Under $100 at press time

XIRO.com  Nice CVCV with no reserve

SafeSwipe.com  Don’t know what the product will be but I what the focus of it will be

HotOrganics.com    Not only organic but hot

CheckAndCash.com   Payday loans and check cashing. Aka prey on the poor

RedBlock.com  Good brand. Two known, easy to spell

 

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids

RoyalHighness.com  Used to be a name of kings now its a cannabis name

ServerStatus.com  Is it down for you or just me

BeAFighter.com   Good mantra.  Also a good MMA name

GoKart.org   Sure there are clubs or organization that race that would want this

BabyEquipment.com  Never heard it called equipment but bidders seem to think it is

WeMobile.com  Sounds like a Chinese cell phone service company

CBDOilSite.com     CBDTrends.com   ChillOil.com    Three CBD oil names up today

555593.com   A lot of 5s for the money

NotWork.com  They say if that if you love your job its not work.  Its still kind of work

GoodStartup.com  or   GoldenVentures.com   I would much rather have the latter as my VC firm name

VrClasses.com  Online education names in any category is worth watching

PrivateKitchen.com  Seems more like a restaurant name than anything

Qyko.com  Keeko or Kyko

BrilliantLiving.com  Sounds British.  They say brilliant the most

CryptoClinic.com  Learn how to trade crypto.  All for $1500 for the weekend

Godaddy Domains With One Or No Bids

TheNextUnicorn.com

EuroMiner.com

HawaiiDental.com

FreshBake.com

Pitch.cc

HappyNotSkinny.com

PreShare.com

The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids

0760wu.com
2h168.com
36Fly.com
43cl.com

558055.com
876376.com
900553.com
9Animes.com
Abugs.com
ActiveLivingResources.org
Akwarium.com
AlexisTaylorSolo.com
Anime-Sub.co
AnnieHats.com

BGIY.com
BluewaterRealty.com
Bossbi.com
Boyihudong.com
BrownSugarLive.com
BullSwine.com
BusinessShrink.biz
Calomer.org
Cartoleria.com
ChronicConditions.com
CloneFactory.com
Documentary-Log.com
DownriverFishAndLoaves.org
Ebmnadi.com
Ecojoven.com
Esolwn.com
EUVN.com
EUVP.com
ExcelPay.com
FairCall.com
FishDad.com
FishForLife.com
Florida-Keys-Experience.com
fnnewsonline.com
Folioed.com
ForumForFree.com
Funky-Beaver.com
Gajria.com
GameBundles.com
GrievanceGaming.org
HorsebackRidingNC.com
Image-ination.com
IronRuby.net
ItSonTheMeter.com
JakePassAs.com
JavaScript-Obfuscator.org
JayPeeSports.com
JBRM.com
Juzishe.com
Kaledjet.com
KnowledgeOfBonsai.org
KwikFlight.com
LatexSoft.com
LaundryBooks.com
LongHum.com
LuxMuscle.com
LVCenter.com
MiamiAgency.com
mmichaelagency.com
ms222.com
MYPSquare.com
Nayoudai.com
NewTerm.com
NiagaraIndieFilmFest.org
NoExcusesHealth.com
Orbius.com
Payylh.com
PestControlAustin.com
PresCon.com
Pricep.com

RemoteControlAirplanes.com
RemovalServicesLondon.com
RocLaws.com
Safety-rx.com
Serresponsavel.com
ShopyLH.com
Sigorta.org
SkelTonElectrical.com
Snbao.com
SoleMax.com
SugarMammaDating.org
Swolemates.com
tcse-k12.org
TempZone.com
TheDrum.org
Theiga.org
ToTheSeaBlog.com
TrueHerbal.com
TwitRounds.com
UnionEvanston.com
Untitledtv.com
Upmee.com
VendAuto.com
VeniceBeachCotel.com
Vibatex.com
Virtual-Engineer.net
Wafreeclinics.org
WallStreetSelect.com
x64downloads.com
YLHHome.com

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8 comments

  1. Bar

    I know that feeling sometimes.

    Especially when people are ungrateful after you give them help. One time in a random local neighborhood post, someone was asking for career advice. I said I could help and she emailed me with some questions. I answered them in a couple of paragraphs. Probably an hour to write it out. I didn’t even get a thank you back. Maybe I overwhelmed her… but I wonder if she ever took the advice or went to go chase the next shiny object.


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      ShaneCultra

      I guess there is a reason there is a saying “What have you done for me lately”. Ironically most of the people that had trouble with me letting them go or quitting come back years later and
      tell me they now understand. The only ones that haven’t tend to be in the exact same place in life as when they left 10 years ago. Of course, I am also in the wrong at times but the difference is I know
      a day, a week later after I’ve cooled down.

  2. Tim Davids

    Love it. We have similar businesses and busy times.
    I’m to the point when I hear a text come in I make a “nice” comment 🙂
    This time of year I call a day off a day that I only work 8 hours.
    I had not hired high schoolers for a long time but this year I got lucky and found 2 great high school guys.
    Here’s to the dog days of summer 🙂

  3. Travis M.

    Any chance that she found the answer herself or someone else helped her out and she was saying nevermind, because she didn’t need you to help her out anymore? I’ll send a nevermind text in a situation like that.

  4. Paul McMenamy

    Shane, by the sounds of it you’re absolutely right – you would benefit from taking time off more frequently. Being constantly “under the cosh” affects our judgement and even our decisionmaking. Hold a glass of water for an hour. It starts out being manageable but after 20 minutes it can become unbearable.
    We need to put the glass down for even short periods and then we can resume holding it much more effectively.
    And, remember to change your cell voicemail for days off/when you’re unavailable etc. Manage callers’ expectations.
    And, finally, are there aspects of your work role/tasks that you can delegate (with the essential proper planning and execution )?
    Look after yourself Shane!
    Take care,
    Paul.

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