Friday, February 12, 2016

Schooling Plans for Josh

Josh is reaching his last months in primary school and will graduate before the school vacation. Time flies so fast and realizing this I can’t help but look back at my youngest kid’s first day in big school when he started his first grade. He was so young and the school staff mistakenly categorized him as a kinder student. He’s a bit smaller than kids his age and looks so cute and bubbly. I was working at home then and I had my full attention on him. I’m a super Mom (as my friends tagged me) and gave all my support and time to my 3 kids even if I work online for about 16-20 hours a day. 

I enrolled Josh in school special activities like art school, music class and their ECA which you can choose whether you want violin, guitar, drums or keyboards. We have chosen keyboards which is very important to me and we planned to take violin the next year as we can always buy Used violins when the time comes. It didn’t materialized as Josh continued another year of playing keyboards but I told him that he can continue studying musical instruments if we decided to choose his present school for his secondary course. Well we’re still searching and looking for the best high school for him and wherever it is I know God will always guide him in his studies and music hobbies.

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Thursday, February 4, 2016

Three Questions to Ask Before Hiring Plumbing Contractors

While there are some plumbing problems you can take care of on your own in a few short hours, others will require the work of some trained and dependable contractors. Plumbing contractors have all the experience and training necessary to take care of those more serious problems plaguing your home, including backed up toilets and stopped drains. They can even help with sewer problems and when water backs up from those sewers and forms puddles around your lawn. As not all plumbing contractors are the same, it's important that you know what questions to ask before hiring one.

Do You Have Access to All Necessary Tools?

It usually goes without saying that when you hire a plumber, the professional has all the tools necessary for the job. You might find yourself surprised at how some of those contractors work though. Some will take on any job but rent equipment and tools from other companies or contractors. The plumber may hold you responsible for the cost of renting that equipment or for supplies the equipment needs like a discount hydraulic hose. Always make sure that your contractors have all the tools they need to handle your specific job.

When Did You Start Working?

Few people actually take the time to ask contractors about the amount of work experience they have. You never know when you might hire someone who has a nice website but just started working a few months ago. Knowing more about that individual's experience can help you decide whether you actually trust him or her in your home. While you might get a discounted rate when hiring a plumber new to the field, you might find yourself paying even more later to fix some of the mistakes that novice made.

Are You Licensed and Insured?

The most important question you can ask is whether the plumber is licensed and insured. This lets you know that the contractor is licensed and is able to work in your state. Insurance is equally important. Good insurance will cover any costly mistakes that plumber makes in your home. Insurance will also kick in if the contractor or anyone on the team suffers an injury on the job, which may keep you out of court. When hiring someone to take care of serious plumbing problems around your house, you want a dependable contractor you can trust.

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Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Portable Packs For Your Medicines

One of the revolutionary new ways for pharmaceutical companies to package pills is the blister pack. In the past, the only way to distribute medication was to dispense it in bottles, but thanks to companies like PocketMedia Solutions, there a new ways to deliver medicines to consumers. These handy portable packs can not only deliver life-saving medication to people but can also hold all important notices and drug interactions in one easy portable package.

Three Kinds of Blister Packs

When it comes to these kinds of packaging, blister packs come in three forms. The K-Fold, also known as The Double Accordion, opens up similar to the musical instrument for which it gets its name. Next, there is the C-Fold, or The Single Accordion, which opens up fan-style revealing the contents inside. The most popular, and the original form, is the Z-Card, a blister pack that unfolds in the shape of a Z to reveal contents inside.

Breaking Down the Z-Card

While the Z-Card has its roots in the pharmaceutical industry, the blister pack works well in other sectors of business. Whether it is used for pills, gum, small maps, or business advertising, the Z-Card is a handy display tool for companies to promote brand messaging and to get their product into consumers' hands. These blister packs are compact in size, easily placed in pockets, bags, or purses and when opened allow for detailed brand information while increasing branding space. When placed in point of purchase boxes, blister packs make a profitable display for all businesses.

The Benefits of a Blister Pack

There are several advantages to going with a blister pack for businesses and pharmaceutical companies. The most obvious one is that all product information can be placed inside for one easy application. The compact size of the packaging allows for easy transportation by the consumer and brand recognition retention remains high among those who use these types of packaging. With blister packs, consumer attention is immediately captured at the point of purchase, and when the product is used in public other consumers take notice which allows for the instant spreading of brand messaging. But the best benefit from blister packs is that pharmacies can easily display and dispense the product to consumers without having to fill bottles and take up a lot of time.

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