a thief breaking in

Burglar-proof Your Home: Your Guide to Front Door Security

When we talk about curb appeal, many think about the front yard and the landscaping. Although these do contribute, these aren’t the only things that contribute to curb appeal. Another part of a home that contributes to curb appeal too is the foyer. Most of the time, homeowners leave their foyers and front doors as they are after they purchase …

Read more

weighing scale

Morbid Obesity: How Afflicted People Should Be Cared For

There are many reasons for someone to be morbidly obese. But a common thread among them is that they are excuses that were reinforced by other excuses to try to stay healthy. Whether it is an eating disorder, an injury, or inaccessibility to healthier food alternatives, they will always have something to say about why they cannot keep up with …

Read more

minimalist living room

Achieving a Clean, Simple and Visually Appealing Home with Minimalism

Deciding on a specific theme for your residential property can be challenging, especially if you have many ideas in mind. You have probably spent a lot of time browsing the internet for style and design ideas. However, like most homeowners, you probably feel more confused after looking at all the style and design recommendations you find online. As a result, …

Read more

solar panels

Lower Energy Costs for Homes and Businesses

Power has a price — and it comes with monthly electric bills. The average US household uses 900 kWh per month while the average business uses 6000 kWh. Consumption can vary between families and businesses. Environmental or green practices and policies are some of the biggest factors affecting consumption — and they can cut power consumption significantly or even eliminate …

Read more

fit

The Pandemic Has Changed the World, But Some for the Better

The pandemic made a significant change in the world. Many cities became silent and more people restrict their activities inside their houses. Old habits were gone which the people in every country have developed a different approach in dealing with the crisis. Other countries have escalated their restrictions and even require people to carry vaccine passes or passports. Though many …

Read more

people on a boat

A Fool-Proof Guide to Outdoor Activities while Social Distancing

Spending time outdoors is good for the mind and the body. But as the current status of the country’s situation is still changing, access to fitness and recreational centres is still limited. If you’re planning to spend time outdoors but are unsure about what activities you can do while maintaining proper social distancing measures, here are some suggestions. Go on …

Read more

man in suite approving

You Are Hired: A Great Team Is the Sum of Its Parts

What does it mean to be a good leader during this global health crisis? Many people have lost their jobs due to the financial crisis brought about by the global pandemic. Many individuals continue to seek new opportunities during these challenging times. Despite the many applicants that have come up due to this demand, as a leader, you should maintain your …

Read more

old people exercising

Exercising for the Aging: What Does Science Say?

Contrary to what many older people believe, aging doesn’t give them a free pass not to exercise. In fact, experts suggest that they need at least 2.5 hours of moderate physical activity each week. But it is also clear that several older individuals, particularly 65 years old and above, do not exercise enough. If you’re one of these people, then …

Read more

woman smiling with clear braces

Dental Health for Professionals: 5 Things You Need To Know

Let’s talk about teeth. Teeth, along with the bones, are the hardest parts of the human body, so having a strong set of pearly whites is an indicator of good health. Young or old, we all have to take care of our dental health, but as office workers are more susceptible to health and dental issues, we’ll be zeroing in …

Read more