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Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Letting Go of the Clutter for New Energy in Life

The November Minimalist challenge was a great way for me to start making way for a less-cluttered, more simple life.  Getting rid of the things that hold you back can be a very good thing.  Every couple years I go through my house and try to minimize.  I am still currently in the process of trying to do that.  I've made the decision to get rid of most of my magazines.  I've read through most of them at least once.  I read *most* of them shortly after I receive them.  I keep them to re-read them, though, and to gather inspiration for all kinds of things.  The truth is though, I'm never going to have a chance to re-read most of these things.  It makes me sad, but I must say goodbye.

I will be donating them to a recycle bin at a local church.  At least some good can come of my magazine obsession.  I will be keeping any 2016 editions and try to re-read those. Plus, I will keep the Prevention magazines, the National Geographic magazines (only 1 year, anyway) and the ReadyMade magazines for reference.   For now, I will also keep the Yoga magazines and the Whole Living magazines to TRY to go back through before I take them to the recycle bin at the church.

Letting go can be a beautiful thing.   Other things I'll be working on this week:
  • Cleaning out the laundry room.
  • Cleaning the front hall closet.
  • Cleaning the back hall closet.
We have a really short week this week.  Not only did my kids have Monday off for Martin Luther King day, but they also have Friday off.   So, I'll get done what I can get done.  No stress.

I love this photo quote from Facebook.  This was forwarded by Peaceful Mind Peaceful Life.  They share all kinds of Inspirational stuff on Facebook.  Letting go can be letting go of physical things, mental things, things that just aren't working for you anymore.  What will you let go of in 2017?

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Thursday, January 12, 2017

How to Secure the Well Being of Your Kids | Medical Alert Systems

Kids need to be taken care of and to secure their well being you must look for the best solution. It does not matter how hard parents are trying to protect their kids, but often parents are not ready in the event of a medical emergency. Since parents usually have a busy lifestyle of work and earning a living, their children are often left at home in the responsibility of a babysitter for long periods of time.
It’s a parent’s worst nightmare when kids are in an accident. It can happen in a sporting event, walking down the street, riding a bike, or even at home. Even if kids are at home if an accident occurs, parents are not always with a child every minute and things happen quickly. This is why a medical alert can provide the peace of mind for parents, because if children need help, it can be arranged very quickly.
·         Medication and Meal reminder
·         Medical conditions
·         Stylish
·         24 hours security

Medication or meal reminder: A medical alert device is a wonderful way to ensure your kids’ health safety. Kids get busy with school, sports and other activities during the day. When they get home, they are often very exhausted and forget things because parents are usually there to remind them. For example, they often forget to eat and / or take medication. Therefore, a medical alert can be programmed with medication reminders as well as meal reminders during the day or night to address this problem.

Medical conditions: Kids have medical needs just the same as elderly individuals: Asthma, Diabetes, broken bones, heart and lung diseases, and many more, that could benefit from an emergency medical alert. Nothing is more important than the safety of your child.
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