Big banks avoid small businesses

Any small business owner who has recently tried to get a loan will tell you that it is not easy. Now the data clearly shows the broader effects of this struggle. The Wall Street Journal recently reported that the nation’s 10 largest banks that make small loans to businesses decreased by $ 27.8 billion in 2014 from the industry peak […]

Effects of modern devices on children’s values

With the modern trends in today’s technology, children are prone to the damaging effects that gadgets bring. Approximately 60 to 70% of the world’s children between the ages of 10 and 17 are connected to mobile phones. They spend up to 5 hours or more calling, texting, or just playing games. And there will also be a mobile phone, known […]

COVID-19 Frontline Workers: Strategies for Staying Emotionally Healthy

To date, worldwide, there have been more than 3 million people infected with COVID-19, more than two hundred thousand deaths, and millions of other people who have been financially and emotionally affected. Our frontline workers are tasked with continuing to work to meet our public health and safety needs. During this unprecedented pandemic, frontline workers and healthcare personnel are trying […]

My space is out of place, it looks like a shoe box!

When we are disorganized, it makes a statement. It tells others of who we really are. Some people can’t help being disorganized, it’s their nature. That’s what they think! Just as we can be taught to do something, we can also be taught to do something. Being organized takes steps. Small steps! Don’t try to do a great job all […]

Super Punch-Out: Got the beat?

Super Punch-Out is a boxing video game developed and published by Nintendo for the SNES. It was released on September 14, 1994 in North America and again in the same region in 1996. Super Punch-Out is an awesome boxing game for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. It has great graphics, great music, tight control, and excellent playback value. This game […]

Five Tips for Homeschooling During Covid-19

Due to Covid-19, all children were homeschooled because schools were closed. Primary schools in certain countries will open (in part) in May. Not all children will go to full school right away. For example, elementary schools cut classroom group size in half. About 50 percent of children go to school at all times. The other half of the time they […]

IT Support: What’s the Value Proposition for Spam?

A common question our customers ask is “why am I getting so much spam?” This is a great question, as we rely on our email program to identify spam and quickly archive it in our spam (or spam) folder. Spam messages that are received from offering pills we don’t want or to spread things we don’t want spread or to […]

Metal recycling What you need to know

It seems like everyone is striving to recycle these days, but few really understand what materials can be recycled. Although we all know the most common ones such as paper and plastics; metal seems to be difficult to remember. Although it is true; you can recycle metal as long as you know what metal items and how to do it. […]

Universal Design Lifestyle Choices and Aging in the 21st Century

Congratulations! You will very likely live to 100. You will most likely have 100 healthy ones. Thanks to advances in medicine and technological innovations in product and design. You are your best and most important asset in your portfolio. So assess where you are now and where you plan to be 20 to 30 years from now. View your life […]

Nuclear Engineer Reveals How Content Creators Can Achieve Incredibly High Levels of Engagement

If you’re a content creator who wants to get exponentially more engagement, response, and “brand power” from your content, this article will show you how. This is the story: A few years ago, I had created a niche-based digital course designed for a small portion of my audience, which was not even close to the sales of my other courses. […]