You Should Have Incontinence Products
Nov19

You Should Have Incontinence Products

Nobody wants to talk about incontinence or incontinence products, it is just not a pleasant subject no matter how you look at it. After all, incontinence is the inability of the body to control the evacuation functions of urination or defecation.  There see, who wants to talk about that? Fact of the matter is, more than 13 million people suffer from it and WebMd says that women are more than twice as likely to suffer from it than...

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Six Traits Of A Good Leader During An Emergency or Disaster
Apr25

Six Traits Of A Good Leader During An Emergency or Disaster

Emergencies are unexpected and usually a dangerous situation that calls for immediate action, as defined in part by Webster. An emergency would be something like a car accident. A fire in a house or even the office.  An emergency could even be something like a job loss as it may cause a personal economic collapse. Disasters are very similar except worse  like a tornado, hurricane,  a man-made disaster or even a large scale economic...

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Disaster Preparedness Plan – Think Beyond The Moment
Nov18

Disaster Preparedness Plan – Think Beyond The Moment

We live in troubled times, if you don’t think so just look what the people in Paris have gone through lately. So much can change in a second, be it a terrorist attack or something simple like an escalator stopping. What? Prudence, how can you include the attacks in Paris and an escalator stopping in the same sentence? Simple, if you can’t think past what to do when an escalator you are riding on stops, how will you think...

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Well Being Check
Sep10

Well Being Check

Are you busy? I know I am. Life keeps most of us very busy, between work, kids, school, blogging, chores and so much more we are all very busy. Many of us not only have to take care of our own household but we also keep an eye out on our elderly extended family household as well. In my case that is pretty easy as my elderly parents live right across the street from me. That was something I planned and sacrificed for as well, just to...

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Taking Care Of Elderly Parents
Aug19

Taking Care Of Elderly Parents

As we get older, so do our parents.  Parents are living longer, this is a good thing, it can also be an extra burden and level of stress.  For me, both my parents are in their mid 80’s, I thank God everyday they are healthy and still able to get around on their own and still have their independents.   Even so, I have had my challenges. My dad is very very hard of hearing, and is in total denial about it.  It isn’t him, it is the TV...

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Food Storage Tips
Jan21

Food Storage Tips

You have probably read before, store up food to last you and your family for at least three months. That doesn’t sound all that hard.. All you have to do is just sock up on beans and rice maybe a can or two of fruit and you have food storage Right?  No, not so much. Don’t be one of these people that find out the hard way that what you stocked up on isn’t enough or isn’t what you want to eat.  Food storage requires a plan. Make your...

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Help Thy Neighbor
Dec25

Help Thy Neighbor

Think about the last time you helped someone you didn’t know?  Was it today?  Yesterday?  Last month?  It seems we have gotten so caught up in our own lives that we have forgotten about those around us.  Now I am not referring to family and friends as we help them on a regular basis, or we should, I am talking about those people we just see in passing such as a neighbor. There was a foreclosed house next to me that had sat vacant for...

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