“The Best of Healers is Good Cheer” — Pindar
“The Beginning of Health is Sleep” — Irish Proverb
“The Sound of a Kiss is not so Loud as that of a Cannon, but its Echo Lasts a Great Deal Longer” — Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes
STRESS AND MALARIA — WHAT IS THE CONNECTION? Secrets You Never Knew Now Revealed!
It is no longer news that the entire world is going through some very disturbing and difficult situations. From the USA to Asia, from Europe to Africa and other parts of the globe, the story is the same.
These situations create one condition that is commonly experienced by all those affected by these turmoils; either in a minor or huge way. Stress in the name given to describe this condition.
And it is the health of people who are stressed up that usually suffer. This condition is worsened at those times … Read More
On the demand side
Political analysts and reporters keep talking about “trickle-up” and “trickle-down” economics. What do these terms mean? Personally, I’m interested only in “trickle to my pocket.” But as far as taxes are concerned, I pay what the government says to pay. They decide how to apply the money.
President-elect Barack Obama has spoken in multiple election speeches about trickle-down economics and how it has often had the opposite of its intended result, stating: ” … instead of prosperity trickling down, the pain has trickled up – from the struggles of hardworking Americans on Main Street to the largest firms of Wall Street.”
The trickle-down economics viewpoint cherished by the Republican Party sees tax breaks that benefit mostly the wealthy, who will invest it in companies that will expand operations, increase employment, and produce cheaper goods resulting in a higher standard of living for all.
This economic model … Read More
What’s Going On In Our World As To Why We Would Need To Be Preparing For An Economic Disaster??
I realize that for some, the term “Preppers” may be totally new and it may make you think of the kids in high school who wore khaki’s, penny loafers and polo shirts. But this is for you if you are just starting to realize that world events and potential natural disasters can be cause for concern for you, your family and your business.
So, a “Prepper” is someone who takes this seriously and is at least doing some things to prepare for such eventualities.
Now for the committed preppers, thy will realize the Amish offer a glimpse into the “Simple Life”, which the Amish have lived since the 1600’s when they were formed in Europe by a man named Jakob Ammann. A related group with similar conservative religious values is the … Read More
In business writing, the memorandum is a common document. Typically it is a short informational message sent from one person in an organization to another. In business writing, the memorandum is sent in a number of different formats: e-mail (most common), electronically formatted and published emailed document, e-mail with an attachment, or hard copy. Often, the hard copy memo is a back-up for one that has been sent electronically.
How to set up a memorandum Memos are set up in a specific format. The document usually has four tags: To – (enter the name of the primary receiver(s) of the message here; From- (enter your name if you’re the author) Subject – (no more than six words describing the memo’s main point, and Date – This is usually today’s date, the date the memo is being sent. An additional memo tag is “CC”, which technically stands for “carbon copy” … Read More
The Nordictrack Freestride Trainer FS9i is currently the premium version of the Freestride elliptical, coming with all the extra bells and whistles you don’t get with the FS7i or FS5i models.
The big advantage to the Freestride trainer is that it’s like a new and improved elliptical trainer. Instead of the traditional crank-connected pedal, it uses a floating suspension system.
This takes away the traditional limits of a set stride length that you get with standard ellipticals. So you can basically set your own stride length – up to 38 inches (the traditional elliptical stride is about 18 – 20 inches).
You actually set the stride yourself by how hard and in what direction you push down on the pedals. So you can do short stair-climbing strides, longer jogging strides or even longer hurdling type strides.
This means you can constantly change your motion – and ultimately get a much … Read More