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Your Dirty Habits Make Me Sick

September 21st, 2012 Comments off

There are germs everywhere! On your phone, keyboard, mouse, basically anywhere you can imagine. But getting sick from these germs can be prevented by getting rid of your dirty habits. Washing your hands is one of the most important and best ways to avoid getting sick from stagnant germs.

Check out this infographic presented by ionSwipes to learn more.

Daily Habits Making You Sick [Infographic]
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It’s Alive! The Social Media Monster

September 14th, 2012 Comments off

We love our social sites, but let’s be honest, they can be very distracting. I’m sure we are all guilty of spending more time than we care to admit on our favorite social site. The thing is, it’s not that big of a deal when you are at home, however, when you are at work, it can affect your job immensely.

Many businesses are taking matters into their own hands, and blocking social media sites on their network so that employees cannot get on them. This can be effective, or we could all take a step back and take a break from the addictive social sites that seem to waste so much of our precious time.

Check out the infographic below presented by RedeApp to learn more about how distracting social media really is.

Social Media Monster [Infographic]
Courtesy of Red e App

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The Luxurious Guide to Mailing Your Family

September 12th, 2012 Comments off

You would never dream of shipping your family, or would you? Before shipping your family, there are a few guidelines to follow to make sure they get there in style and on time. And don’t forget to choose next day shipping!

It’s all about making your loved one comfortable on the trip. When shipping a someone warm blooded, the temperature must remain between 45 and 85 degrees at every city on the route. Also, be sure the package is made of wood, plastic or a similar material with a minimum of 275 pounds bursting strength and large enough to stand, sit, and lie comfortably, and in a natural manner. The box should be a standard shipping container and be designed so that the living cargo doesn’t topple over.

You don’t want any suffocating to occur, always ventilate the package. A minimum of 16% of the total surface area should be ventilated. If you’re traveling in winter, use fewer holes to maintain a comfortable and warm temperature within the package.

So, whatever it is you’re shipping, make sure it arrives in style. And don’t forget to label your package with “LIVE ANIMAL”, to inform the shipper that you have precious cargo on board.


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Beat the Heat with an A/C History Lesson

September 5th, 2012 Comments off

For thousands of years, human beings have struggled to beat the heat. While ancient cavemen and early civilizations turned to natural methods to stay cool, modern humans utilize technology and electricity to keep cool. From the first steam-powered refrigeration machine to changeable air filters today, humans have created simpler and simpler ways to keep the heat out through the warm months. You may be surprised to learn that our ancestors put keeping cool at the top of their to-do list, too! However, personal comfort wasn’t always their motive. Keeping body and food temperature down was essential to survival. Check out this timeline to see how the HVAC systems we now take for granted came to be out of pure human innovation!

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Which visa do you need for your next U.S. trip?

September 1st, 2012 Comments off

Visitors come from all over the world to travel in the United States. From short business trips to permanent immigration, most visitors must obtain a visa before entering the U.S. Knowing international travel requirements before embarking on your journey can save valuable time and prevent travel mishaps.

Research visas, U.S. travel medical insurance and documentation requirements to ensure your safety and success when traveling to the U.S. Once you’ve compiled your need-to-know travel information, create a travel checklist including everything from visa deadlines to packing essentials. Checking off each box will keep you on track through the excitement and bustle of your upcoming travels

Click to see Interactive Guide [Visas for a USA Visit]

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