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    Tips for a cleaner healthier home

     

    How clean is clean? Understanding the difference between a home that looks clean and a home that is properly disinfected is especially important. A room may appear immaculate, but millions of germs and bacteria are lurking where you least expect them. To protect your family from illness, you must disinfect all areas to destroy germs and prevent them from spreading. Your kitchen sink and counters should be cleaned with antibacterial solutions after each use. Bacteria left from meats and vegetables can get on your hands, utensils or other foods. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, some viruses and bacteria can live two hours or longer on surfaces like telephones, doorknobs and tables. Cleaning and disinfecting these "hot spots" regularly is key to keeping a healthy home. Poor indoor air quality also is to blame for a variety of health effects. Americans spend more than 90 percent of their time indoors, where air pollution levels can be two to five times higher than outdoor levels. "Homeowners often complain about poor indoor air quality leading to headaches, dry eyes and fatigue, as well as asthma and allergy attacks," said home improvement expert Lou Manfredini. But you can breathe easier by following these strategies for reducing air pollution in your home: * Control the source. Reduce or remove as many asthma or allergy triggers from your home as possible. Keep pets outside whenever possible; wash all bedding weekly in hot water; and don't allow anyone to smoke indoors. * Invest in an air purifier. "You will notice a significant change in your breathing and overall well-being, and recognize the worth of this investment immediately," said Manfredini. * Check and replace. Maintain your heating and air conditioning systems by changing the filters frequently. This includes gas appliances, wood stoves and fireplaces. Good maintenance and ventilation are important for keeping indoor air pollution under control.

         
    Tips for a hassle free summer

     

    With summer already here, things can get a little bit hectic. As camping, swimming, vacations, and a whole list full of activities are upon us, here are some tips to help make your summer a little less frenzied and a little bit safer. Keep a summer fun bag. Keep a bag well stocked with all the summer essentials, such as sunscreen, bug repellant, a mini first aid kit, etc. Grab it whenever you are going on summer a outing, including the simple places, such as the pool or the park. Protect your home while you’re on vacation. Lock all windows and doors, and ask a trusted neighbor to check on your home when you’re away. If you’ll be gone for an extended period of time, it’s a good idea to set timers on interior lights to deter burglars, and take jewelry and valuable papers to a safe deposit box. Keep pets safe. If you keep your pets outside, provide plenty of water and shade for them at all times, and never leave animals in a parked car. Be sure your pet is on heartworm protection, as mosquitoes transmit heartworm. Resist the temptation to shave your pets’ fur. His coat will protect him from getting sunburned. In addition, his fur acts as a cooling insulation. Check pets for ticks often. Beat summer traffic. Hit the road before sunrise for longer trips, before everyone else. Drink plenty of water. Water is the ultimate defense against heat stroke and dehydration. Keep yourself and your family hydrated this summer. You should drink 6-8 glasses of water a day. Remember food safety. Keep all foods in a cooler until you are ready to eat or cook them. Any food left out for more than an hour should be tossed. If you’re not sure about something, it’s better to throw it out. Be sure to wash hands often when handling food. Summer is a time to celebrate fun and family, but it is also a time to be cautious and keep safety in mind. May you have a healthy summer, and always remember to make lasting memories.

         
    Tips for a winning grandparenting

     

    Why grandparenting and not just parenting? Because... Parents enjoy a break for short periods of time, children enjoy getting away from their parents from time to time and grandparents enjoy being a special part of this essential relationship. As a grandfather of six grandchildren, I can tell you for sure that building on a special relationship between grandparents and grandchildren is a lifetime privilege. As grandchildren grow, the principles of the relationship remain applicable at any age, but the role of the grandparents in the lives of their grandchildren changes. Grand Parental Control and Safety of the Grandchildren All children need to be warned about the limits and must learn to respect boundaries. Unfortunately, our children learn in kindergartens and schools only about their rights, not much about their obligations. However, grandparents can intervene yearly in their grandchildren’s education and help them to understand the life limits and boundaries. When an activity begins you, as a grandparent, must be clear about your expectations. This fact frees you and the grandchild to enjoy the event and guarantees the safety of everyone involved. When the restrictions are being violated, always remind your grandchildren again about the rules and restate them as many times as necessary. A very good idea is to write the rules and post them in a visible place. If a rule is violated during your shared activity, ask the child to repeat or read (if the child can do it, of course...) the rules again. Parents’ Wishes and Rules Must Be Pursued Anything you do for your grandchild needs to be planned and discussed first with the parents, who make the rules. Helpful grandparents must support the parents in children’s education. Never keep secrets from the parents and never ask the grandchildren to keep secrets from their parents. And, do not undermine the relationships between the parents and the child by considering that some information should not be shared with the parents! A Successful Grandparenting Requires Proper Planning... Proper planning makes any activity more successful. It is safer to have a plan and to discuss the activity with the parents. Of course, you can be spontaneous, but this should happen within a planned activity. When start planning, discuss with the child and the parents what he or she would like to do. Before you begin any activities, see what is appropriate for the child’s age. In this way you are giving your grandchildren choices and increasing their self-confidence. The Best Gift for Your Grandchildren Is the “Time Together” Physical gifts (objects) are an option and do not have to be very expensive. Also, surprise gifts are the best, as a gift is real especially when it is unexpected. Do not forget that “time together” is the best gift we can give to our grandchildren. A well-planned journey provides time for the grandparent and grandchildren to discover and appreciate each other’s real life gifts. Giving time your will achieve friendship and great success with your grandparenting! Grandchildren and Grandparents Should Have Fun! Having fun is good for you, your grandchild and your relationship. Be always ready to share with your grandchildren how excited you are about being together.

         
    Tips for choosing a wedding photographer

     

    Your wedding day is one of the most important days of your life. Not only does your wedding day have enormous emotional significance, but it also represents months of planning and preparation - and a significant financial cost. Friends and loved ones will be there to witness your special day, and the chances are good that you'll be nervous, excited, and even a bit absentminded. After their weddings, many brides remember little but a flurry of activity and well-wishers, and count on their wedding photographer to capture all of the day's precious moments. That's why, whether you're hiring a Detroit photographer or a Los Angeles photographer, it's important to make the right choice. Here are tips to ensure that you choose a photographer who will make your wedding day extra special. Experience is Key Whether you're looking for a photographer in California or a Michigan wedding photographer, ensure that he or she has extensive experience. An experienced photographer will have a substantial portfolio that you can review. When looking at his or her portfolio, check to make sure that all of the standard compositions (such as the bride prior to the wedding, ceremony photos, and those with family members) are there, as well as more creative interpretations of the couples' special days. Look for unique lighting and settings, as well as pictures that seem to capture the brides' and grooms' personalities. After all, you don't want a cookie cutter Detroit photographer - you want one who understands you and your needs. Chemistry is a Must You and your photographer should have a similar vision for your special day. You have enough on your plate, and shouldn't have to spend time on your wedding day supervising your photographer. He or she should be open to the shots you have in mind, and you should be open to his or her interpretation of events as they unfold. Put simply, you have to trust your photographer. You can give him or her a list of photos you want taken; after all, the photographer doesn't know that Aunt Betsy is one of the most important people in your life. However, you also need to be able to trust his or her artistic vision, and follow his or her suggestions. Price is Important, But... As the saying goes, you get what you pay for. When it comes to hiring a Detroit wedding photographer - or a photographer from any other city - you need to stay within your budget but still feel confident that you will get treasured photos from your wedding day. A good wedding photographer will have a variety of packages and prices from which to choose. This way, you can book a talented photographer at a price you can afford. More than Pictures A good wedding photographer becomes part of the infrastructure of your wedding day, and is an expert you can rely upon for advice. He or she can guide you through the maze of engagement photos, rehearsal dinner photos, and other Michigan event photography by offering advice on settings, hair and makeup, and even clothing that will help you to shine. Ultimately, your goal is to find a wedding photographer that will make your memories last forever. When you hire a photographer who is experienced, whom you connect with, and who has the pricing you need, you'll have a professional at your side who can ensure that you can relax and enjoy your special day.

         
    Tips for decorating a fireplace mantel

     

    If you are looking to give your room a focal point or something to highlight it, look no further than the fireplace mantel that's already there. Many tend to leave their fireplace mantels bare, failing to realize that they can decorate their fireplace mantel so that it become attractive enough to become the room's focal point. Many homeowners fail to realize that they can do many things on their fireplace mantel to make it more interesting and appealing. Fireplace mantels that come straight out of a magazine page are not the only fireplace mantels that can be regarded as attractive. With a good dose of creativity and fun, even the drabbest of fireplace mantels can be made attractive. A fireplace mantel is a decorative surface that you can decorate in either a symmetrical or asymmetrical manner. If you want to give the fireplace mantel and the room a formal air, go with decorating the fireplace mantel in a symmetrical fashion. However, if you want to give an air of coziness and informality, go with an asymmetrical decoration. You can achieve an asymmetrical look for your fireplace mantel by grouping odd-numbered objects in different sizes and even color. However, there still must be balance in the asymmetrical decoration in order to create the best effect. When to Decorate Fireplace Mantels Holidays and special occasions are especially great times for you to start decorating and showing off your fireplace mantel. For instance, Halloween gives you the opportunity to use lights for decorating your fireplace mantel and show off some of your creativity. Other times you may want to decorate your fireplace mantel are Labor Day, Fourth of July, Memorial Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas. You can even decorate your fireplace mantel using seasonal themes. Keep in mind that when it comes to decorating your fireplace mantel, it is best to give your creativity free rein. Fireplace Mantel Decorating Ideas * When you are decorating your fireplace mantel, avoid using anything that is made from inflammable materials. Use decorative objects that aren't inflammable. * Fruits make wonderful fireplace mantel decorations. A simple, but striking fireplace mantel decoration is a vase or pitcher full of lemons and limes. The contrast of colors draws the eyes to the fireplace. * Decorate the space below the fireplace mantel with cones. * Add depth and illuminate the room by placing a mirror on the fireplace mantel. * Avoid giving your fireplace mantel a "firing line" appearance. Don't simply line up the objects or use objects that are of similar heights. Make your fireplace mantel look dynamic by mixing up objects of different sizes.

         
    Tips for encouraging family wellness

     

    Movie stars, athletes, media, peers - children have the potential to be influenced by many outside factors. However, studies have found that parents have more potential to influence their children's behavior than anyone else, especially in regards to eating and physical activity. Recent reports indicate that childhood obesity is continuing to rise. As a result, parents are looking for creative ways to provide healthier lifestyle options for their families. In recognition of the importance of total family wellness, Bob Evans has listed a number of family wellness tips on its Web site, bobevans, including the following: * Make sure that your family eats breakfast. According to several studies, children who consume a healthy breakfast meet their nutritional needs, keep their weight under control, have lower blood cholesterol levels and have fewer stomach problems than kids who skip breakfast. * Involve your children in planning meals. Meals planned in advance tend to be healthier. Teach your children to read and learn from nutritional labels while grocery shopping to plan healthy meals. * Have family meals together. Eating meals as a family allows parents to ensure that children are eating nutritional foods and offers emotional and behavioral benefits. For busy nights, consider dining out as a family at a restaurant with healthy options on both the children's and adults' menus. Bob Evans Restaurants have developed an extensive children's menu with healthy choices such as turkey, spaghetti and meatballs, carrots, green beans, applesauce, and fruit. * Involve the whole family in activities. Cardiac experts recommend that children and adolescents participate in at least 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity daily. Becoming active as a family is as easy as joining your children in bicycling, miniature golf, bowling, ice skating or walking.

         
    Tips for hosting a dinner party

     

    A good party is event you and your guest will cherish for a lifetime. If you enjoy having your friends and family around, you already have one of the most important components of a good party. If you approach hosting your party with the right attitude, you are more likely to succeed. You can have a great party with limited funds, and you don’t need to get in debt to create a memorable experience. The most important task is to set your budget. The second most important task you have, and it is more difficult than the first task, is to stick with your budget. Don’t try to set your budget as you walk into the super market. Shopping without a budget is sure to result in impulse buying. Trying to figure what to buy and how much to spend at the store is recipe for disaster. Have a plan and stick with it. If you shop smart, it doesn’t take a fortune to throw a party that will make you the envy of your social circle. If you have limited funds, consider a potluck. It gives each of your guests an opportunity to bring their favorite dish or appetizer. Potluck parties can be a lot of fun and an opportunity to try new foods. Your decoration is going to have a lot to do with setting the mood, so be sure to make an effort to properly decorate the location of your party. Again, decorations can be very inexpensive. Try shopping at your local dollar store or discount store to purchase some inexpensive party items, candles, and decorative items. It will help to brighten up a boring room, and encourage conversation. If you can, go for a theme such as Hawaiian, or an 80’s theme. There are too many possibilities to mention, just use your imagination. If you have limited budget, you can host an alcohol free party. Or, a wine tasting party could be a possible solution to a small budget party. All you need to do is ask your guests to bring a bottle of their favorite wine. A creative invitation will help communicate the theme of your party, and instruct the guests on any food or items that they need to bring to the event. You can create inexpensive, one-of-a-kind invitations, by using supplies available at a local craft supply store. You can also use e-mail for invitation for your friends with an e-mail address.

         
    Tips for planning a fun and successful family reunion

     

    Planning a reunion can be a major undertaking, but with the help of a local convention and visitors bureau, it can be made easy. For example, the Valley Forge Convention and Visitors Bureau in Southeastern Pennsylvania provides free assistance with booking hotels and banquet facilities, tour buses and even planning tours. Reunion planners can get competitive bids and work closely with a service representative to make the best choices for their group. This can save hours on the phone, and give planners ideas for adding special excitement to their reunion. "We can help a group plan customized tours around its special interests," said Paul Decker, president of the Valley Forge Convention and Visitors Bureau. "Our area has an abundance of gardens, history and recreation, and we've developed itineraries for groups interested in spending a day or two of their reunion touring the area." Newest among the itineraries are the "Quest for Freedom" African-American heritage tours that highlight dramatic stories of African-American soldiers, slaves and abolitionists from the Revolution through the Civil War. "The history of African Americans is an integral part of our nation's history and the stories are present at many of our historic sites, from Valley Forge National Historical Park to Brandywine Battlefield and beyond. This initiative brings those stories to the foreground and affords them the attention they deserve." Depending on their budget, groups may choose to have a costumed step-on guide; a special program at Washington's Headquarters in Valley Forge; or a craft or cooking demonstration at an historic site. The bureau's membership of more than 500 hotels, restaurants, attractions, shopping venues and service providers makes it possible for event planners to enjoy the convenience of one-stop shopping when customizing a reunion. The free planning service includes access to picnic sites, florists, entertainers, photographers and more. Decker said another key to success is to keep your family members informed, to maintain interest while the reunion is being planned. The Bureau can help here too, providing photographs, visitors guides and other publications so family members can become familiar with the area, in advance or on arrival. Valley Forge is 18 miles from historic Philadelphia; midway between New York City and Washington, D. C. and easily accessible by Amtrak or Philadelphia International Airport.

         
    Tips for protecting children from predators

     

    The sheer horror of imagining your son or daughter being victimized by a child predator is enough to for any parent to break out into a cold sweat. Whenever we hear of a child who has gone missing, our hearts go out to the parents and we hug our own children ever more tightly. Yet, even though we think it could never happen to us, statistics tell a much different story. Despite the efforts of parents, law enforcement agencies, and organizations in protecting children, the FBI National Crime Information Center reports that, in 2006, there were over 660,000 missing children in the U. S. Those numbers are alarming, and even more so when we realize that there are steps each of us can take to reduce lost and missing children, to reduce runaway children, and to protect children from predators. Here are three tips to guide you in protecting your children. 1. Missing child prevention. The key to protecting children is prevention. The first step you can take is to educate yourself and gather information that will help keep your family safe. There are companies and organizations that can provide you with valuable information about child safety, and that will give you a way to talk to your children about this important issue. After all, the concept of "stranger danger" is far too abstract for most children. They don't understand that child predators are most often friendly men who look as normal as neighbors or family friends. Talking to children about predators feels like walking a tightrope; it helps to have supporting materials to guide you through the process. 2. Beware of the Internet. If you've ever watched Dateline NBC's "To Catch a Predator," you've felt that chill go down your spine as hordes of predators descend upon the target house. Your stomach has churned as you hear the transcripts of their Internet chats with adults posing as 13- or 14-year-olds. You've listened to their rationalizations and protestations, and you've probably thanked your lucky stars that your children haven't been victimized. Unfortunately, Internet predators aren't going away, and while the Web has volumes of useful information, it can also be a dangerous presence lurking in your home. It's important to be vigilant, so use parental controls, keep the computer in the family room so you can keep tabs on kids' usage, and check the Web browser's history every day to ensure that you know the sites your children visit. 3. Prepare for the worst. Unfortunately, the unthinkable can happen, so it's worth your while to prepare for the worst. Although many law enforcement agencies will fingerprint your children, and some companies will collect DNA samples, those are only useful for identification purposes once bodies are found. If your child is taken, it's critical to immediately disseminate information to law enforcement agencies, and to find your child before it's too late. Fortunately, there are companies committed to protecting children that offer comprehensive child protection programs for a very low fee. By taking advantage of their services before disaster strikes, you can help ensure that your child will be found quickly. The best companies store videos and photos of your child, and if you report your child missing, they will distribute color posters, videos, and information to thousands of agencies nationwide. They also provide services ranging from posting a sizeable reward and paying all expenses for a professional private investigator. When you consider what you pay for car insurance or house insurance, the cost of protecting your children is miniscule and can give you priceless peace of mind.

         
    Tips for selecting the right blender

     

    A blender is an essential kitchen appliance. It can do a variety of tasks from whipping cream, making smoothies, food processing, and crushing ice. Selecting a blender usually depends on what tasks you intend to do with the blender. Some blenders offer multiple features for a high price. Be wary then that you may not need some of these features. So go for a blender that does what you need it for. Here are a few tips on what to consider before buying a blender. * Capacity The blender’s capacity may vary from one to three liters. It may be advisable to get a bigger one if you have the space. However, the first thing that you need to consider here is how much food you are going to blend at the same time. Some small blenders offer ease of storage due to its small capacity. Do not get these if you know you will be blending large amounts of ingredients. * Material The material, particularly, the footing has to be sturdy. Make sure that the footing is stable enough that the blender will not topple off the table while it is filled with contents and performing its tasks. Stainless steel is the best material for this. The containers may be glass or plastic. The ones made in glass are heavier, and sturdier but are more expensive than the ones with plastic containers. * Functions Some blenders have multiple attachments for different functions. You might have to change an attachment to whip cream or chop herbs. Make sure that if you needed these functions, the attachments are easy to detach and replace. Evaluate the difficulty of fitting another attachment. Also check if the attachments have sensitive parts that may break if it is improperly attached. Some blenders also have an ice button which will be perfect if you need to crush ice. Also, there are blenders that have a small opening at the top to allow you to add small amounts of ingredients while blending. * Wattage This can vary from 500 watts for the smaller food processors to 1200 watts for the larger blenders. One with high wattage can blend quickly and easily. The only concern is that these blenders cost more. * Settings Choosing a blender with a variety of settings (speeds and pulse actions) allow you mix a variety of ingredients at different textures. * Safety The blender has to be easily and safely cleaned and stored. Since many people leave their blenders on the countertop, it will be good if the blender has cord storage spaces with lids to prevent the cord from being wet. Some models are also labeled as dishwasher safe. These are better particularly when using a dishwasher. These containers can usually be opened at the top and the bottom to facilitate the cleaning. Many processors also have safety locks to prevent the machine from starting to process without the lid on. * Countertop or immersion blenders Countertop blenders are the most commonly known design of blenders. These have a base and a container in which the materials are blended. Since most people just leave these blenders on the countertops than store these in the closet, these blenders come in a variety of color and design. The price ranges from $10 to $400. The immersion blender, on the other hand, is a stick-shaped handheld device that has a swirling blade at the bottom. These consume less power, about 200 watts; thus, it is limited to a few tasks and for blending some ingredients. These are usually used for pureeing, mixing soups and chopping vegetables. These blenders are now, also being paired with whisks, beaters and attachments for cleaning baby bottles. Since these blenders are not to be left on the countertop, it has fewer options for color and design. The price for immersion blenders ranges from $10 to $100. Now, that you know what you need to consider before buying a blender, when you go to a store, check also the warranty to protect your rights as a consumer. If possible, you may also want to try the blender first, as some blenders that claim to crush ice either fails to do so, or liquefies the ice instead. If you weren’t able to try the blender first, make sure you will be able to return it if it doesn’t function as promised.

         
    Tips for shipping bulky items with ease

     

    If you're planning a move, packing is probably the one thing you're not looking forward to. So, you rent a truck or call a moving company and the problem is solved. However, if what you really want to do is ship an overstuffed sofa to your son at college or a priceless oil painting to your mother across country, the solutions aren't as obvious. How do you begin to figure out the best way to handle, pack and transport objects that require a little extra care? Since most damage occurs during handling and movement, the best advice would be to leave it to a professional who will carefully consider the needs of the object, as well as the type of move. Not every packing situation requires the same method. The packing of larger objects, like a bulky couch, is complicated because of size and shape. A valuable painting may need special wrapping to preserve its color and beauty. If you plan on doing it yourself, here are some common sense suggestions to safeguard your belongings from the rigors of transit. * Wrap. To prevent scratches, discoloration, water damage and dirt, you should always protect the surface of your valuables. Use bubble wrap, nonacidic paper for artwork or a clean cloth that won't scrape the surface. * Absorb. Shock and vibration absorption is important to keep pieces from breaking. Use a cushion material like foam or rubber as the second layer of packaging. * Protect. The outer layer of the package should be a hard, puncture-resistant surface like plywood. However, unless you're a skilled carpenter, building an appropriate plywood crate is likely to be beyond your abilities. One company makes it easy for people to feel assured their belongings are protected. Pak Mail specializes in large-item packing and shipping - any size, any weight, any configuration. This full-service mailing and resource center has a network of reliable surface and air carriers from which to choose. Pak Mail will also pick up your items and will customize packing crates to fit your valuables. Items shipped by Pak Mail stores across the country and overseas include a motorized hand glider, a grandfather clock, a Mercedes Benz roof, an X-ray machine, a life raft and even an original Pablo Picasso painting.

         
    Tips for shipping large bulky and fragile items

     

    Have you been avoiding shipping a large or delicate item because you're afraid it won't arrive at its destination safely or in one piece? Maybe you're moving across the country; shipping a piece of furniture to a customer or friend; or sending a bulky gift to a loved one. Whatever your needs, the secrets to shipping are careful packing and choosing the right carrier. Successful packing is easy if you have the right materials, such as boxes, bubble wrap, packing tape and loose fill. However, if the item you're planning to ship is a little unwieldy, such as a flat screen TV, a set of china, a cello or a bicycle, you'll need to take extra care. The better you pack these things, the better the chances they arrive at their destination unscathed. The following suggestions on how to safeguard your items come from Pak Mail, a company that provides large-item packing and shipping services: * Wrap it. Before packing an item, you'll need to protect it from scratching or breaking. Depending on the item, wrap it in plastic, bubble wrap, furniture wrap or tissue. To protect artwork, use nonacidic paper. * Pack it. Use a cushioning material like foam or rubber as a second layer of packaging to help absorb shock and vibration. * Make it secure. Make sure the item can't move within the packaging material. Most damage occurs because the item is not properly secure inside the container. The outer layer of the package should be a hard, puncture-resistant surface, like heavy duty corrugated cardboard or plywood. If the item is extra cumbersome, leave the packing and shipping to the experts. Pak Mail, for example, will pack and ship objects of any size, weight and configuration -; anywhere in the world. Pak Mail centers offer a complete menu of packing and shipping services and use a network of specialized freight carriers to help you ship valuables safely and on time. The company's packing experts will provide free shipping quotes and pick up items at your convenience, at any location. Pak Mail ships items ranging from antiques to computers to machinery to contents of entire estates.

         
    Tips on seeing stars in your backyard

     

    There's an easy, fun and educational activity the whole family can enjoy and it can be as close as your backyard: stargazing. People have been fascinated by the night sky since humankind's first days. Now, in the 21st century, more and more people are turning this fascination into an exciting hobby-not only professionals but also serious amateur astronomers and space enthusiasts, young and old. Here are some tips to help you get the most from your viewings: • Observe outside, on the ground. Window glass distorts the view in ways that you barely notice normally, but can make a big difference in what you see. If you're in a building, vibrations from people walking can affect accuracy. • Try to observe away from city lights, which will drown out all but the brightest astronomical objects. • Check the weather before you start. A clear sky is obviously important-although it doesn't have to be cloudless--but so is still air. • If you can, try to go out with more experienced observers at first. They can help show you where to look-not all patches of sky are created equal--and explain what you're seeing. Science museums and planetariums often have programs for beginners. • A star atlas can be helpful in finding planets and other celestial objects, and identifying what you've found. A less cumbersome option is a portable, handheld, personal planetarium, celestial-viewing device called the SkyScout that can instantly identify and locate over 6,000 celestial objects viewable to the naked eye. It combines GPS technology, software that calculates the position of the objects for that moment and three axis sensors that measure gravitational and magnetic fields to determine their true orientation to the earth. The SkyScout also lets you connect to a computer to record your findings and download additional educational lessons and sky tours.

         
    Tips on what is to be done after the move

     

    It is a new day and a new place there is a smell of paint and boxes surrounding you. Whew, it is time to get settled. If you handle unpacking systematically you will not have any problem. Get the movers to place boxes in the rooms where they belong, for example all boxes that contain kitchen stuff should be placed in the kitchen. Create a priority list and unpack accordingly. Many people prefer getting the kitchen and bedrooms done first followed by the living areas. • Check that all appliances and electronics work. Keep a master list and tick as “OK.” • Next have the utilities turned on and all the appliances connected to the right outlets. • Create a mover’s file and file all receipts, insurance papers, as well as contracts in it. Pin a sheet with the mover’s numbers and contact details. Ensure that you have the bill of lading and payment receipt. • Keep ready the papers pertaining to the transfer of school registrations. Plan to go meet the school authorities and complete the formalities. • Take care of essentials like registering for a new driver’s license and get new tags for your cars. • Make the time to meet the new doctor, dentist, as well as vet. • Ask the newsvendor to start delivery of newspapers and magazines. • Visit the local citizens club or Y. If you are religious make contact with your temple or church. • Go to the local library and get a membership for the family. • Introduce yourself to your new neighbors and call up your office to let them know you have arrived. • A visit to the mall, drugstore, and grocers is a must. It will help you make new friends and stock up on essentials. • Make the move an adventure for the kids and plan special treats to help them settle in quickly. • Go to the local bank and set up your accounts. Help the kids and pets settle in by bring them small gifts and set up a routine for them. This helps them settle in quicker. Many families hold a “new life” party or ritual, and plant a tree or bush to symbolize new life and order pizza or have a barbeque in the yard. Music and laughter always eases any tensions or discomfort. Hugs and kisses help create bonds and erase fears. Spend more time with the young ones and pets to reassure them of your love and support. Packing a “love em” box helps. This could contain favorite CDs, a family movie, a few pictures, and a story book as well as cuddly toy, having things that a family is comfortable with eases the first night in a new home. Transitions are always hard and every bit of effort made to facilitate settling in goes a long way. Plan on what to do after the move and things will go smoothly.

         
    Tips to cut your cleaning time

     

    According to a recent survey by home cleaning experts, over half of Americans admit that they feel a sense of accomplishment after cleaning their homes-even though they don't necessarily like having to houseclean. The good news is cleaning doesn't have to be laborious or take loads of time. "My advice to people is 'clean smarter, not harder,'" says Laura Dellutri, author of "Speed Cleaning 101." "By following a few simple tips, you can properly clean your home in less time, thereby freeing you up to do the things you'd rather be doing." Here are a few speed-cleaning tips from Dellutri: Keep dirt and grime from accumulating. Did you know that 85 percent of all dirt that comes into the home is on the bottom of shoes? By placing mats at the entrance of your home so people can wipe their shoes, you'll reduce the amount of dirt coming in-and the amount you'll have to clean later. Have all of your cleaning supplies nearby while cleaning. This will shave time off your cleaning routine, because you won't have to stop to retrieve missing tools or products. A cleaning caddy, five-gallon pail, cleaning apron or laundry basket can all be used to transport cleaning supplies from room to room (and they make great storage containers). Carry a few damp cloths (which can be used to clean 90 percent of the surfaces in your home) over your shoulder to save time running back and forth to the sink. Hang smaller cleaning supplies from your belt or the vacuum, or put them in your pockets. Look for products with "two-in-one" benefits. For example, glass cleaner with disinfectant can be used on a variety of surfaces, thereby eliminating the need for multiple spray cans (and the time to fumble for them). The O-Cedar Power Corner Plus with Scuff Eraser is a great two-in-one cleaning tool, because its 25,000 bristle tips pick up dust and debris quickly, while the built-in scuff eraser eliminates the need to bend down and remove unsightly marks. Clean from top to bottom. Dust and dirt fall to the floor while you clean, so start at the top to avoid having to reclean lower areas twice. For the same reason, always dust first and vacuum last. Don't clean what's already clean. You can shave hours off your routine by cleaning only the dirty areas of furniture, fixtures or appliances, and shining the rest of it with a slightly damp cloth. Get the whole family involved. Assign everyone in the family a particular cleaning chore (for example, vacuuming, dusting, trash removal, sweeping) and have each person complete his or her task in each room of the home. When everyone helps in an orga-nized fashion, the house can be cleaned in practically no time. Two-in-one cleaning products save you time when cleaning.

         
     
         
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