The Right Form for the Right Job

The Right Form for the Right Job

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The Right Form for the Right Job

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Why Paying it Forward Reaps Many Rewards on Social Media

Why Paying it Forward Reaps Many Rewards on Social Media

 

Does not it feel wonderful and causes you to smile when you’re acknowledged for an accomplishment? When someone is really kind to you without any intention of reciprocation? I recently discovered how wonderful that feeling is.

When eVision Media won an Abbotsford Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence award at the end of November, my Facebook feed was inundated with hundreds of likes, congratulations and well wishes. It truly was overwhelming to be the receiver of such incredible heart-felt wishes!

Being on the receiving end of such attention is not only flattering but also have me deeply touched that so many people thought kindly of my team and I. So much so that it has me ponder my own actions, or inactions as the case may be, on social media. Why Paying it Forward Reaps Many Rewards on Social Media

How many times did I scroll past someone sharing their good news … too busy to pause long enough to congratulate them?

How many times did I just hit the “like” button and move on after someone posted a huge victory of their own?

Too many times.

So many that I have a decision on Social Media too. Now I make a conscious effort to pause a little message of kindness on my social media channels. Whether it’s a quick “Congratulations!” Or a response to a question I’ve received over the years. Will you join me?

Here’s 6 Ways You Can Pay It Forward on Social Media

1. When you see someone sharing good news, do not just hit the “Like” button, go that extra mile and leave a comment about how happy you are for them. It’s ok that you do not know this person personally, it’s social media where your connection is all that’s needed to pay a little kindness forward.

This simple gesture can make a big difference in the other person’s life. You have no idea what you are going through and your message of kindness could make their day. Why Paying it Forward Reaps Many Rewards on Social Media

2. When someone retweets or shares your content to their followers, send them a message of thanks.

Your acknowledgment will go a long way in their eyes, and they will remember how kind you are to them and will encourage them to continue their acts of sharing kindness. 3. Retweet and share great content of others and be sure to give them credit for posting such great stuff.

This kind of acknowledgment could be all that’s needed to give them the confidence they need to keep creating good stuff.

4. Participate in contests that you really wish to be a part of. A lot of thought and planning goes into setting up a contest so show your appreciation for the opportunity to win something and submit your entry.

Imagine if you are holding a contest and how much excitement you will feel when you see so many people participating. Share that gift of excitement to others.

5. Tell someone you appreciate them. It does not have to have any strings attached … just let them know how much you admire them and appreciate being connected with them on Social Media and why.

Would not it be great to receive such an unprovoked message? You can make someone else feel great too – how cool is that!

6. When you see someone is struggling or has asked a question you can answer, help.

Sharing your expertise with others is a wonderful way to pay it forward and help someone else out at the same time.

By making a conscious effort in performing these acts of kindness on social media, you will not only help make the world a better place (after all, does not the world need more kindness in it?) But you will also see a positive shift both personally and professionally in your own life.

There are plenty of other ways you can pay it and share kindness with others on social media. Help me grow this list by posting in the comments section below your own ideas. And do not forget to implement them!

Are Bed Bugs Actually Bite Humans

Are Bed Bugs Actually Bite Humans

Someone at some point in your life may have sent you to bed with a warning, “Do not let the bed bugs bite.” But do they really bite? Is that painful? What’s with all the fuss and deep cleaning when someone finds a bed bug? Are they just gross pests or do they really pose a threat to humans? Most importantly, what can be done about them?

 

Keep reading to learn more about these strange and invasive pests. Once you do that, you’ll want to call bed bug treatments at St. Louis on the first sign of bed bugs.

Bed Bug Behavior Are Bed Bugs Actually Bite Humans  Are Bed Bugs Actually Bite Humans

Bed bugs do so much more than curl up and sleep next to you at night. They are small parasitic insects that prefer to consume human blood rather than other foods. They are night, so they drink your blood when you are most vulnerable: at night, while you are sleeping. They eat 3 times during the nocturnal cycle, which is why they leave a typical 3-bit bite pattern.

If you see a grouping of 3 insect bites on your body, then you may be feeding bed bugs during your sleep.

They do not travel much, so they will stay, eat, sleep, and produce dirt in your own bedroom, move a few steps to reach exposed skin. They are able to penetrate your skin with a long and sharp mouth and instantly consume your blood, just like a mosquito. Worse, you could be overtaken by a lump of bed bugs in your body, leaving the group bites. Although their bite is not too painful and not annoying enough to wake you up at night – they have an anesthetic in their saliva that makes you dizzy – there are still risks associated with their eating behavior.

Bed Bug Risk

At the very least, the fact that bed bugs inject you with anesthesia and anti-coagulant – which prevents blood clotting, your body’s defense against bleeding – should pay attention to you. They can consume large amounts of blood in a short time. Because, like mosquitoes, they eat some animals and contact their bloodstream with the same tools all the time, they can also spread dangerous diseases.

Where to Find Them?

Bed bugs usually hide in baseboards, rugs, wallpapers, cracks in the walls, mattresses, and even on the clothes in your closet. Because they are so good at keeping them hidden, they can lay eggs and breed quickly even before you realize it. In a matter of days, then it really can overtake your bedroom.

The professional rule is that if you see one bed bug, there is not just one, but up to hundreds are hidden. Just one pesky bug that just happened to be caught.

What is the sign?

There are some simple signs that you may have a bed bug:

Blood stains on your clothes or bed
Bite in group 3
Sheddings bugs
See even one small insect like a beetle

Let Loose in Les Menuires: A Pub Crawl to (Hopefully) Remember

Let Loose in Les Menuires: A Pub Crawl to (Hopefully) Remember

Ski holidays aren’t just about zipping down slopes and eating fondue (although both are essential components). Equally important is the nightlife: going to bars, meeting new people and letting your hair down. In Les Menuires there are plenty of opportunities for a boogie, but with so many bars and pubs to choose from its hard to pick just one. I think it was for this very reason that pub crawls were invented. Thankfully for you, Les Menuires has a classic route. so put on your dancing shoes and get going.
Start at Crazy Bar

 

Pub crawls can often get off to a slow start… not at the Crazy Bar. As its name suggests, there is no room for slouching in this alpine pub with early happy hours starting between 4pm and 6pm. The bar is located in the La Croisette area of Les Menuires and gets very busy during happy hours as skiers and snowboarders make the most of the cut-price cocktails.

Le Tilbury

Also in the La Croisette area, Le Tilbury is a favourite destination for skiers and locals. With a pine wood interior and plenty of offers on spirits and beers, Le Tilbury is a welcome chance to have a breather after a heavy start to the crawl.

L’Oisans

L’Oisans has built a reputation for its great cocktails. With plenty of classics as well as cocktails you won’t have seen anywhere else, you are bound to find one you like. If cocktails are not your thing, there is also a great selection of international beers to choose from. Located in La Croisette, it is easy to find and hard to go wrong.

Le Leeberty

Leeberty, égalité, fraternité, right? In the spirit of La France get in a round of jaegerbombs and report to the dance floor. Le Leeberty is best enjoyed later on in the bar crawl when it gets busy and everyone is in the party mood. Playing Euro pop hits, the great selection of DJs and high-quality sound system is bound to get you moving. You can find Le Leeberty in Les Bruyeres, just down the road from the other bars. The trip is definitely worth the effort.

Finish at Piano Bar Le Kube

A cosy little bar until 10pm, Le Kube is frequented by skiers looking for a less busy après scene. After 10pm, however, the atmosphere changes with live music and DJ sets bringing partygoing crowds flooding in. One the swankiest bars in the La Croisette area, it’s a great place to finish off your night with and sing and dance, and maybe even a kiss if you’re lucky.

Have Fun and Stay Protected

With all that fun on and off the slopes, it’s always worth investing in winter sports travel insurance. Whether you overstretch yourself on the skis or in the bars – we have all done both, let’s be honest – winter sports travel insurance will keep you covered and ease any holiday headaches. At InsureMore we offer comprehensive low-cost travel insurance with single and multi-trip options. So don’t fret when you are on holiday, go out and have fun – we’ve got you covered.

A Lad’s Ski Break in Morzine

A Lad’s Ski Break in Morzine

Listen up skiers! Summer’s heading for the exit and you know what that means. You, your best mates and some ski runs to conquer…
That’s all nice and simple, but there’s still the tricky choice of where to go. There are loads of great ski resorts to choose from in Europe, each with their own incredible set of pistes and happening après-ski scene. Want my advice? For me, the only way is Morzine in the huge 650km Portes du Soleil area: a scintillating selection of runs (ranging from intermediate to expert), and off the snow entertainment that’s perfect for both party animals and more laid-back customers. You can thank me later.

 

Ripping Après Ski

When the sun sets on Morzine it becomes one hell of a party town. And because it’s not too big, wherever the night starts your next port of call is probably just around the corner. These are my picks (discovered through detailed ‘research’) of the best joints.

• The Tibetan Café – start the evening’s entertainment at this energetic spot. • Bar Robinson – one of Morzine’s most popular bars is a great place to take things up a notch. • Dixie Bar – chillers will dig this easy-going sports bar and its live music. • The Cavern – want to party into the small hours? Look no further. • Le Crepu – open till 2am and just right for winding down after a heavy night.

Some Awesome Skiing

Morzine is in the heart of the Portes du Soleil, meaning you have the pick of as much as 650km of pistes, just waiting to be tackled. With this selection of the best areas to go, there’s bound to be something for everyone in the group.

• Avoriaz – freestylers rejoice! This nearby resort has six terrain parks as well as plenty of gnarly high-altitude powder runs to strut your stuff. • Le Pleney – close to Morzine and with a great spread of blues, challenging reds and steep wide runs, Le Pleney is perfect for intermediates in search of real challenges. • Les Gets – high-altitude powder runs are the name of the game here.

And Still More Fun

If you fancy a day or two’s break from the skiing but can’t bring yourself to abandon the snow all together, then why not have a go at snowmobiling (either solo or with a guide depending on your confidence), ice skating or snowshoeing? Even winter paragliding’s an option. Believe me when I say it’s completely unlike anything you’ll have done before.

Morzine also has an active entertainment and leisure scene off the slopes. With a cinema, indoor swimming pool, ice-hockey games every week and spa treatments there’s no chance of boredom striking.

How to Get There

Getting to Morzine with Shuttle Direct is like going down a green run. Easy. Pre-book a Geneva to Morzine transfer and once you’ve arrived at Geneva airport, one of our friendly drivers will be waiting for you. As you and your mates travel from Geneva to Morzine, transfer your mind to thoughts of long days of skiing and lively nights of top-notch après ski.

First wooden free-form houses Museum of Bread!

First wooden free-form houses Museum of Bread!

COOP HIMMELB(L)AU designed PANEUM – Wunderkammer des Brotes is the first wooden building in free form!
Meticulously planned, this customer information centre and event forum for the company Backaldrin in Asten, Austria, is an iconic structure comprising two elements: a box-shaped plinth building with foyer and event rooms that can be used for a variety of presentations, receptions or workshops for up to 120 visitors and the Wunderkammer des Brotes (Museum of Bread), a two-storey freeform exhibition area floating on top. The square base building shows a cast-in-place concrete façade while the rounded wood structure of the museum is clad with stainless steel shingles.

 

A centrally chiselled circular atrium is at once the cynosure of all eyes as it is flanked by a robust spiral staircase that invites visitors to pause awhile and take in the exhibited items from various perspectives. The stair provides access to the two exhibition levels, where the objects are displayed with the help of walls, tables, and cabinets that are integrated into the architecture. It further allows for striking vertical displays that take on a chandelier-like appearance, adding on to the visual appeal of the commanding building. The raw aesthetic of the interior is augmented by its self-supporting wood shell with its layers of cross-laminated timber and the natural light that filters in from above the atrium. This method of construction enables the realization of the free form and the high degree of prefabrication with 3D CNC technology that is precision-driven and cuts valuable construction time. It is a step into the future of construction; as Design Principal, COOP HIMMELB(L)AU, Wolf D. Prix says, “3D plotting, 3D milling and building with robots – that is the future of building.”

Tips for choosing the right oberteil bikini for yourself

Tips for choosing the right oberteil bikini for yourself

Surfing is considered as one of the loving sports by beach lovers and nothing can beat surfing with bikinis. While the surf season is near, it becomes mandatory for every female surfer to know how to choose the right oberteil bikini for himself. Wearing a bikini while surfing is a pretty challenging task because with every dive, the base of your body can be rolled over, your nipples tend to come out with full view. Many women have the worst surfing experience and also suffered wardrobe damage so it is important to choose the right bikini for surfing. Given below are some tips that make your choice easier. Do • Find cross back or racer bikini: this type of bikini is considered best because it keeps your assets closer to your body. It evenly distributes the weight of your breasts on your back and also around the shoulders. Thus, this reduces the chances of terrible damage.
• Top-style bikinis are on the way: if you have large breasts, this bikini is perfect because it provides creases and prevents excess fat in your breasts. It helps you to concentrate on the position of the wave rather than constantly check your breast position. It comes without straps so you do not have to worry about getting off as you pile up.

Tips for choosing the right oberteil bikini for yourself

• A thick shoulder strap is advantageous: a thick shoulder strap feels comfortable on your shoulders.

• Look for wide hip ass buttocks: wide hip band prevents the bikini from falling while you dive. Try to buy buttocks with draw-strings, this will help tighten the butt correctly.

• Buy a tighter bikini base: your bikini butt tends to stretch like your jeans. Bikini base without straps can make you trouble.

• Wisely choose your fabric: bikinis that have rubber added to the edges tend to hold tightly to the handle on your skin. The stick-cloth bikini keeps you inside your bikini every time you fall.

Do not

Avoid a bikini with a zipper: when you buy a bikini sports winsuit for damage, make sure there is no naughty front zip. Some neoprene bikinis come with front zip. As you surf, you’ll lie on a zip that may turn out to be uncomfortable. Similarly, a bikini with metallic detail is also not recommended because it can dig into you as well as your board.

• Bikini light color: avoid wearing bright white or bikini color. This tends to make your skin look darker and bright colors can change color easily leaving some serious sunburn.

• Customize with fashion: bikini embroidery or bikini stitching and crochet are fashionable but while you are surfing, you meet with sand and candles. It’s stuck all over your body and thus ends up ruining your bikini.

• Avoid side-tie bikini pads: a side-tie bikini pad is highly discouraged because no matter how good you are on the knots, finally roll down and detach.

• The triangular bikini is not large: this type of bikini comes off when you meet the tide. It is always advisable to wear a surfing bikini that has both solid glasses put together. Tips for choosing the right oberteil bikini for yourself

• Never wear a bikini without straps and also a bikini with underwire.

How to Recognize Gas Leakage

How to Recognize Gas Leakage

Natural gas is very harmful to the human body. That’s why it’s important for everyone of all ages to recognize signs of gas leakage. Once you recognize a gas leak, you should immediately leave the premises and contact an expert to repair a safe natural gas line in Canton, GA. This is the best way to recognize leaks in your home or business.

Smell How to Recognize Gas Leakage

 

Natural gas does not smell at all. Thankfully, the gas company is required to add a sulfur smell, “rotten egg” to the gas so you can recognize the leak. Because gas is not visible, you can not rely on your visual ability to recognize leaks and act accordingly. Thankfully, you can trust your nose. If you smell gas, leave the building immediately. It is rare that individuals can not smell so strong. For these people, there are other ways to recognize leaks.

Sound How to Recognize Gas Leakage

The gas device will make a sizzling sound when there is a leak. Believe in your ear if you hear a sizzling sound, especially near the stove and other gas-dependent devices. The sound may also resemble a high whistle. If a large pipe leaks gas, its sound will be more like a low roar. Gas appliances like stoves usually emit a hissing sound so you know when they are on and remember to turn them off.

Look

Gas leakage can often be very smooth and small so it does not pose a danger. This is very common for outer channels. If you see thick fog, water bubbling, unusual dry spots, or dead plants along the gas line, there may be leaks in the area.

Additional Safety Notes

If you believe there is a gas leak in the building, beware everyone in the place and leave immediately. Do not drink alcohol or smoke near gas equipment and do not use your phone in case of leakage. When you first find one of the gas leak indicators above, call 911 as soon as you exit the building. Make sure your second call is an improved natural gas line in Canton, GA.

Say “Mmm!” in Morzine

Say “Mmm!” in Morzine

Nestling at the bottom of an ancient river gorge, the old market town of Morzine is a favourite destination for skiing families and couples alike. Many return year after year not just for picturesque landscapes or the friendly people, but for the food! I am often asked by couples returning to Morzine, or visiting for the first time – where are the very best places to eat? There are host of great restaurants to choose from, but if you only have a handful of days up in the mountains, here are a few that visitors just cannot afford to miss.
L’Atelier d’Alexandre Restaurant

 

If you are looking for pure luxury dining, L’Atelier is perfect. Established by head chef Alexandre Baud-Pachon in 2004, the restaurant is located in the Hotel Le Samoyède and boasts a Michelin star. Alexandre prides himself on using the freshest local ingredients and showcases some of the best French mountain cuisine. The menu is pricy – the cheapest set menu is €45 – but it contains 5 of the most luxurious courses you could imagine. L’Atelier’s 10,000 bottle strong wine cellar isn’t bad either for lovers of the French grape.

La Paika

A restaurant right in the action, La Paika can be found in a gorgeous wooden cabin right in the centre of the Les Gets ski area. On clear and bright days diners can eat out on the terrace which offers a great view of the surrounding slopes. If you or your loved one is a meat lover then La Paika is the place for you, offering a huge array of cold cuts, as well as locally reared meats cooked over a huge wood burning stove. Make sure you arrive with a roaring appetite and leave in time to catch the last chairlift home.

Restaurant Le Clin d’Oeil

Cheese is not hard to come by on skiing holidays. However, with all that cheese to choose from, finding the best cheese menu can be a struggle. Luckily, Le Clin d’Oeil in the centre of Morzine offers the tastiest cheesy dishes available. Run by Jean-Noël and Kristel for the last 10 years, this cosy restaurant specialises in South West French cuisine and serves up the best tartiflette for miles around. Guests can enjoy their meals with a great selection of wine.

La Grange Restaurant

Getting to La Grange requires a bit of exploring. Tucked away on one of Morzine’s pretty backstreets, this popular eatery is only a minutes’ walk from the tourist office. Inside diners will find an authentically decorated restaurant which doesn’t pack its guests in but leaves plenty of room to breathe. Open during the summer and winter months, La Grange offers the some of the best vegetable dishes in gorge, useful if you need a break from all that meat and cheese. Even more useful is the private catering service they offer, making a delicious meal in the comfort of your chalet a reality.

Getting to Morzine

Morzine sits right on the French border with Switzerland and is not too far from Geneva. If you’re flying into Geneva, airport transfers to the town are easy to organise. Popular airliners easyJet, British Airways, and jet2 all fly direct to Geneva Airport with a flight time of around 1 ½ hours. Once you are in Switzerland, Shuttle Direct’s Geneva airport transfers whisk travellers away to Morzine in the same time for a fixed low price, so no haggling when you get here. You can also bring your ski gear on the transfer for free, as long as you let us know in advance. Easy.

Prevent and Treat Termites with These Control Methods

Prevent and Treat Termites with These Control Methods

Termites cause significant damage to wooden structures, including homes. Learn to recognize the signs of a termite infestation in your home and understand how to use available termite control methods in Macon, GA, to prevent further damage to your home.

Signs of Termites

Prevent and Treat Termites with These Control Methods

Here are some of the common signs of termites that you can look for in your home.

Mud tubes on the exterior of your home. These will lead from the ground up the exterior wall. You should also check the exterior of your neighbor’s home for mud tubes if you live in a townhome or similar community where homes are sharing exterior walls.
Small piles of sawdust in corners of your home, including closets.
Hollow sounding wood that should be solid. Termites burrow through the middle of wood, causing the wood to sound hollow when knocked upon.
Simple Termite Control Methods

If you have a wood-burning fireplace, you should ensure that your wood is stored near your home but not touching your home. Termites love moist, dark environments and live in or near wood. Decaying wood piles are a perfect place to find them.

Consider non-commercial termite control options from a local home improvement store. These will not be as thorough and extensive as a professional exterminator, but might get a minor infestation under control if used carefully. These methods include termite bait and stakes that you place in various locations around your home. If, after using these methods, you still see evidence of an active termite infestation, you need to contact a local exterminator. Prevent and Treat Termites with These Control Methods

The benefit of hiring an exterminator to come out to your home and provide a thorough termite inspection and treatment program is that they are trained to catch the signs that you missed. They will be able to differentiate between an active infestation and one that has already been cleared up. Find out what options are available to you by contacting a local exterminator for termite control methods in Macon, GA.