Showing posts with label home. Show all posts
Showing posts with label home. Show all posts

Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Care for the Elderly, Will You?

No matter what you do, no matter who you are and no matter how much money you earn now, I'd like to say, care for the elderly, will you? They loved and love and will love your parents and your parents loved and love and will love you, support you, educate you so that now you can get everything in life and you must remember they never hope such thing in return.

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I can only say, "good luck!"
No matter you are now trying to climb the mountain in Bali and the mountain can also be climbed without a guide and you set the time starting about 10 p.m. for a dawn arrival at the peak and sometimes with an overnight camp about three quarters of the way up, up there you need to remember that you should care for the elderly. They cannot follow you to get there to the top of the mountain, but they support you in order to achieve something, to outdo anybody getting engage in tight competition of life improvement. You must pray for them as they always pray for you. You must know that soon you cannot climb a mountain because you're getting old and weak.

Anyway, no matter how much you may hate to negotiate yourself into a deal—or even out of one at work—negotiating is a very legitimate business skill to acquire. And negotiating with your heart whether to put this senior citizen out of home must be done very carefully. Care for the elderly, say it again and again in your heart even if you don't have anybody home to "babysit" them and you need a worker to do it for you. In these minutes of reflection, you don't have to study much about thorough negotiation, the study says you need to focus on "conversational engagement, prosodic emphasis—which basically means you should copy the emotional state of the speaker—and vocal mirroring" to help the negotiations end well on your side. That's too complicated!

Okay, I know you're busy and it is so stressful at work. So how can you strike a balance and stay competitive without burning out your employees? Do you need to be clear about your expectations? You may be motivated to push your own hours because the returns are going into your pocket, but the quickest way to foster a miserable team is to push them as hard as you push yourself, and how about that, will you still care about the elderly when you are in such a situation? How should they get puzzled with your problem which is none of their business?

Thinking about politics? You don't have to affiliate yourself with an established party regarding this nursing home problem or place those senior citizens out of home. Whether you are in America, Saudi Arabia, Australia, or some other country, you will be reminded that you should and must care for the elderly, but they don't have to listen to it from your mouth. They don't have to see you become stressful, and then there are groups of people who are supposed to act as a examiner to examine you in a mental asylum. No way, life is not too hard to lead, especially when you know how to tickle everyone's fancy. Well, welcome home!

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Important Hazards To Look For When Inspecting A Home

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A house can contain a number of hazards that might not be obvious at first. These hazards can affect the selling price of a home. Some problems can build slowly over time until they start to cause major issues that make the house unlivable. There are several hazards to look for when inspecting a home.


It is important to always look for signs of pests in a property. Termites, roaches and mice can destroy structural elements of the home, lower air quality and cause damage that is costly to repair. Signs include small dark dropping that look like coffee grinds, dead pests or suspicious holes in walls, wood or window frames. Oily marks along baseboards could indicate mice or rats. Pest problems can often be easily solved by calling an exterminator immediately. Homes with a pest infestation should be inspected for cracks or damage that could allow insects and rodents into the house in the future.


Mold is serious hazard in homes. The spores can make respiratory problems worse. Some molds release toxic spores that can cause chronic health issues. Mold can grow inside of walls and ductwork. Buyers should look for discolored areas on walls especially where there is heat and moisture. Areas behind appliances, under sinks and in basements should be inspected. Removing mold requires professional abatement and potentially replacement of drywall or other parts of the house.


Asbestos is a substance that can cause cancer and other serious respiratory problems. It was used in the past as a fire retardant in homes and insulation. It is best to check attics, basements and around furnaces for thick grayish-white asbestos particles. Visual inspection will not reveal most asbestos. Professional asbestos testing should be performed on all homes build before 1981. Any signs of the harmful mineral will need to be removed immediately by an experienced asbestos disposal company. Asbestos can be removed completely making the house safe to occupy.


Radon is a dangerous gas that cannot be detected without special equipment. Radon rises naturally from the soil but can accumulate inside of homes. Radon is radioactive. The particles can cause lung cancer when breathed in over the course of many months or years. The only way to tell if radon is a problem is to install a detector. Radon detectors can give a fast reading in just a few days. The only way to deal with radon is to install a mitigation system that exchanges the air in the house or prevents the gas from entering the home.

Water Damage

Water damage is something that can destroy a house slowly over the course of many years. It can be hard to detect. Buyers will want to look for discolored areas on ceilings, floors and walls. Drooping ceilings can indicate previous water damage that might have rotted away joists. Houses that feel exceptionally humid or that have a strong mildew smell could have hidden water damage in the walls or floors. Repairing water damage usually involves finding the source, stopping the moisture and replacing any rotted materials.

Contributor: Sally Smith

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