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How to Avoid Business Stress

Running a business in today’s competitive world can be incredibly tough and you need to ensure that you are always at your best in order to make your company a success. Being at your best does not mean completely avoiding stress but avoiding unnecessary stress and using the normal levels of stress that exist as fuel to better do your job. One of the biggest reasons that most businesses fail within their first 3-5 years is either directly or indirectly because of stress and if you want t o help to manage your stress levels in the business World like…

Exercise You Can Start For Free, Right Now

I’ve had something of a tough year financially here in Portland State and I have had to started cutting a few things back, don’t get me wrong, I’m not destitute but I as a proud student, the last thing I need is to borrow any more money for my education. The time comes every now and then that you need to just trim the spends down a little. Having enlisted the help of our family friend, Heather Weber Merrill Lynch accountant no less, I have began to cut down on the things that are not necessary spends. One such are of…

‘If Parenting Was a Job, Mothers Would Earn Over £80,000 a Year’, Survey Reveals

Women are emerging in roles stronger than ever. They are successful entrepreneurs, creative designers, productive engineers, great leaders and good doctors. But we often see them in a role that might just be the toughest work they ever have to do. Yes, motherhood alone contains the challenges of every other job they do. But what if parenting was a paid role? How much would a mom earn? A local services marketplace got curious enough to find out a mother’s salary. Bidvine is an online local services marketplace that conducted a survey of 1,200 British moms and concluded that a mother would earn…

Simple Art Projects to Engage Seniors

Source Art is powerful. The visual and creative arts, in particular, are accessible to everyone. So, how does art affect people with dementia or others who are in elder care? In the very same way it touches us all, which is a magnificent thing. Scrapbooking for Seniors This project is a lot of work. However, it is a labor of love. Gather your loved one’s pictures from the old shoeboxes or albums that have seen better days and transform them into treasures that will last a lifetime. The memories made and stories shared during the process will be priceless. Tip #1 –…

Medical Supplies for the Post Bariatric Surgery Patient

Source If you haven’t had bariatric surgery yourself, you probably know someone who has had it. In a recently report, it was found that around 16,000 people per year had bariatric surgery in the early 90s, and this jumped to 135,985 by 2004. Bariatric surgery continues to be very popular and, with advances in medical science, the procedure is also less risky and quicker to complete. As a result of this, bariatric patients are sent home much sooner, sometimes even on the same day, and this, in turn, means they need specialized home medical supplies in order to properly heal. Developments…

How to Get Your Body in Shape For Summer

Wow, it is March already, Christmas time seems to have faded into the distance and we are hurtling towards summer 2017. This seems to me to be the perfect time to start getting your body in shape for the coming summer months so that you can maximize your fashion choice and of course, get that beach body that you are after. You may be in the same boat as me whereby your new year’s resolution to get in shape has been and gone but don’t worry as you still have plenty of time before the warm weather comes and shines…

Good Food Begins at Home

If you, like Bennett Kireker, have an interest in backyard farming, then you probably are probably already well-aware of the many benefits that come from eating locally-produced foods. There are many “eat local” movements across the country to encourage people to eat foods produced within a 200 mile radius, and while it hasn’t always been convenient to eat locally more and more small farmers are offering weekly deliveries of a selection of their produce to customers.  This is a great option especially for people who can’t get to their local farmer’s market on a regular basis. If you haven’t yet…

Finding Your Perfect Yoga Class

Yoga, along with eating right, exercise and avoiding unnecessary stress, has become a central part of healthy living today. Millions of people visit Internet sites like the Ines Cano Uribe owned, Behance.net, for news on how to apply these healthy activities in their lives, with Yoga being a top source of questions. And this is understandable, because to many, yoga still remains mysterious, with literally dozens of different yoga classes to choose from. What is important to remember is that all types of yoga offer numerous health benefits that range from increased flexibility, strength, stamina, and body awareness, to better breathing,…

Ways in Which You Can Be More Generous in 2017

Source As the year turns we all make a whole heap of promises to ourselves, we will be fitter, we will be healthier, we will work harder, we will aim higher, seek out new experiences etc. etc. What generally happens around February tim is that we have tried for a month to complete all of the promises that we made to ourselves and we slowly start regressing back to how we were last year, this is the time to stay strong and keep pushing folks. Many of us say that we will be more generous and that is what I…

A Giving Heart

Are you finding yourself feeling as if you are not giving back in certain areas of your life? Are the thoughts occasionally crossing your mind that you are being too selfish? Most, if not all, of us pass by the Salvation Army Red Kettles during the holiday season and think to ourselves; “I have some change to give, but not today. I am rushed for time.”. Perhaps we are browsing through Facebook and come across a friend from High School who has entered upon a difficult stage in life and is asking for some financial help. We just scroll on…