Author: Rachelle Wilber

Prone to Accidents? 4 Ways to Protect Yourself

Many of us have a tendency to be accident prone. This can be a serious problem, especially in the workplace. Here are four ways to protect yourself if you are accident prone. Pay Attention to Your Surroundings If you work in an environment where being clumsy can cost you your life, you must face the fact that you cannot be clumsy. You must pay attention to everything that is going on around you. Pay attention to what people around you are doing. Be mindful of where your body parts are at all times. For example, is that paper a...

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Social Security Disability Options for the Elderly and Handicapped

Most people don’t think about becoming disabled, especially when they are young. However, an illness or accident can leave you with an impairment that prevents you from earning a living. The Social Security Administration says that one in four people who are now age 20 will acquire a disability before reaching retirement age. The chances are high that you or someone you know will face this challenge at some point. Social Security Disability Definition According to the Social Security Administration, a person is disabled if he or she is diagnosed with a medical condition that prevents him or her...

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Spinal Decompression: 4 Ways to Minimize Back Pain

If you suffer from back pain, it can be an incredible nuisance on your life. But, it doesn’t have to be that way. There are many different ways to minimize your back pain. Whether it be checking your posture, maintaining a healthy life style or seeking treatment from a medical professional, these are all ways to prevent and manage your back pain. Check Your Posture Your posture is incredibly important when it comes to preventing back pain. Bad posture can cause you unneeded back pain. When you are sitting or standing, be sure to push your shoulders back and...

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How a Personal Loan Can Get You through to Your Next Paycheck

In reality, most people aren’t born rich and life’s necessities and desires aren’t easily attained. Most people have to work jobs in order to financially support their means of survival in which the average person usually has to live within a budget by formulating plans to manage their money because the cost of living (food, gas, utilities, etc.) is just too high. Personal Loans are Accommodating and Purposeful The average person’s paycheck typically doesn’t cover all of their expenses and this is why so many people also have to live from paycheck to paycheck. As a result of this...

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How to Store Your Stuff without Making a Mess of It

Decluttering your home is a great way to find more space and feel better. But there’s only so much you can actively use, and only so much you can throw away. At some point, there’s going to be stuff you need to store. But how do you store your stuff without it being a mess? Here are a few tips. Store Like with Like, and Label It Gather everything you want to store, and sort it based on what goes together. Store all things kitchen-related together, or all holiday decorations, or all seasonal clothing sorted by season. Label each...

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How to Help Your Kids Learn More from the Comfort of Home

In our modern world, families are realizing that children’s education is so much more than the day they spend in school. Since kids are constantly learning, many parents have decided to take advantage and extend their kids’ learning to the home. The home is a great place to learn. Kids are in their natural habitat and they can be comfortable. Read on for some ideas on how to help your kids learn more from the comfort of home. Incorporate Technology We live in a world of ever changing and ever advancing technology. In order for your children to be...

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How to Get Kids Positively Engaged in Their Oral Health

Teeth are an important part of a child’s anatomy as they help to chew food, put up cute smiles and furthermore help to support their facial muscles. Many parents tend to overlook the oral health of their young ones. What most of them don’t know is that poor dental health practices can affect the dentition of the kids in future as well as their overall body health. For these and many other reasons, as a parent you need to begin training your kids on the best possible ways to care for their gums and teeth. Here are a few...

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What to Do if Your Child is Hurt While Playing at the City Park

Part of being a parent is dealing with the fact that at some point, you’ll be dealing with your child sustaining an injury of some kind, at some point. This is a scary thought, but in reality, it’s something that is likely to happen to every parent. The important thing to keep in mind is to prepare ahead in case of any accidents, do not panic, and having a plan of sorts as to the proper steps to take. Child park-related injury can be scary, but learning what to do just in case is worth it. What Should Be...

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How to Effectively Teach Your Kids to Stay away from Alcohol

One of the things we as parents worry about the most is whether or not our kids are going to be safe from one day to the next. One way to make sure they are as safe as they can be is to find a way to keep them away from alcohol, at least until they are old enough to make the legal and informed choice to start drinking. The big question is, how do we effectively teach your kids to stay away from alcohol? There are a couple of different approaches you can take in order to get...

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Vehicular Joy: How to Make the Most of Your Next Automobile

In the past you settled for any set of wheels you could get your hands on. As long as your car or truck got you to work and home again, that was enough to satisfy your immediate driving needs. Using that vehicle for other purposes was a risky endeavor, given its tendency to have mechanical issues if pushed too hard. Now that you are an older, seasoned driver, sporting a little extra cash in the bank, you promise yourself that your next car or truck will be more than just the vehicle for your day job. This time around...

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