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Reasons Why You Need A Technology Detox

When was the last time you used your free/ idle time to read, talk a walk, call a friend, or even nap, instead of turning to your phone or computer? Do you remember the last time you went outside because you felt the need to and your social media feed didn’t hold you back? Let’s face it. Even though technology has changed the way we do things, increasing efficiency in different areas of life, it is also zapping the life... ❯❯❯

Be a More Efficient Driver

How would you score your driving abilities these days? For many drivers, their driving abilities do not meet the standards to be safe on the roads. That said they continue driving. If you’re someone who has great driving abilities, you want to steer clear of those who do not. So, when was the last time you stopped to think about the type of driver you are? Make Sure You Adhere to the Rules of the Road In trying to be the best... ❯❯❯

Must-Have Travel Essentials to Europe

Travelling to Europe is fun, but all that fun can disappear if upon your arrival you realize that you don’t have what you need to survive in Europe. The secret to packing right is getting innovative and going with small and essential items. Though beautiful, Europe is a little unsafe, and the accommodation plus travel rules of engagement may not be the best. To lessen the effects of the culture shock, pack the following... ❯❯❯

Tips For Securing Quality Tenants

Do you have an investment property and are seeking a new tenant? Maybe you’re a first time landlord and are looking for suggestions on the best ways to secure quality tenants that will take care of the property and meet all the terms of the lease. Follow these suggestions from the industry professionals to secure the highest quality tenants. Prepare the property for lease. You can’t rightfully ask something of your tenants... ❯❯❯

Planning for Medicaid & A Longer Life

Medicaid is complex and confusing. It wouldn’t be your fault if you felt like it was made this complicated on purpose to discourage people from trying to qualify. Lots of people feel this way. To make it worse, medicaid is mistaken for medicare very often. The basic difference is medicaid is for the poor and medicare is for the elderly. Practically all senior citizens can receive medicare if they’ve paid their taxes during... ❯❯❯

6 Tips for Stepping out of Your Comfort Zone

Thеrе’s а reason whу wе tend tо fall into routine. It’s safe, wе know wе саn handle іt, аnd wе’rе pretty sure wе won’t screw іt uр. Wе аѕ humans аrе hardwired tо take thе straight, sure path аnd avoid potential accidents, bесаuѕе іt ensures оur survival. But now thаt wе’rе nоt hunter-gatherers anymore, survival just isn’t еnоugh. Arе уоu living, оr аrе... ❯❯❯

How Nоt tо Take Things Personally

Wе аrе thе nucleus оf оur own lives. Taking things personally starts wіth thе word 'I'. It'ѕ а mental state whеrеіn а person іѕ ѕо 'self absorbed' оr 'self-centered' thаt hе begins tо take еvеrу antic аnd remark аѕ offensive. Thе еnd result оf thіѕ іѕ thаt thе person whо takes things personally wіll еnd uр hurting hіmѕеlf, feeling guilty аnd wіll feel like аn outcast. If аnу оf... ❯❯❯

How To Get Ready For a Family Road Trip

Deciding on a family road trip can be a daunting challenge, not to mention an exercise in patience. However if you prepare ahead of time, the trip can be one of the most memorable experiences of your familyís life. Here are some quick and easy tips for making your family road trip a fun and safe one. First, prepare a checklist of items you will need. This will include first aid kit, food, snacks, drinks, and lots of toys,... ❯❯❯

4 Thinking Errors Defiant Children use against their Parents

We have all fallen victim to erroneous thinking. Sometimes we use it on purpose to make ourselves feel better about making a bad choice. Well, defiant children know how to use them to. However, if their errors in thinking are not challenged, they hold onto them and this can be detrimental later in life. The Mind of a Child Children donít see things the same way that parents do. Without the benefit of years of experience, they... ❯❯❯

House versus Condo: Which One Should I Buy?

When it comes to making the decision of whether to purchase either a house or a condominium, many things will come into play. These include your age, the size of your family, and whether you have pets, live alone, or are concerned about privacy. Both housing units have their advantages as well as disadvantages; the choice depends upon your wants and needs. When you own a home, you make all the decisions. You own your land so you can... ❯❯❯