Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Who's Hiring People over 50?

A lot of people over 50 years old are returning back to work. A lot of them for health care insurance. Not all retailers offer health care. Some need the money, some who are just "antsy" sitting home. But who's hiring them?
Retail stores. Retail stores offer flexible hours, part- time work and often a lot of training is not needed.
Some places to consider if you are looking:
Gift Shops
Grocery Stores

The retail industry hires a disproportionate number of older Americans for a variety of reasons. Older workers are experienced and dependable.

Thursday, December 11, 2008

Reverse E-Mail Search

A lot of people find themselves in a situation where they want to find or identify a person from an email address. That can be hard to do, especially if they are not too familiar with computers.
It amazes me how people can hide their identity. They really take extreme measures so no one knows who they are. There are a lot of mean people out ther in cyper-space.
There is something called a Reverse E-Mail Search. I have no idea how to do this, nor do I have the time. But I know someone who does.
If you are being harrassed by someone through e-mail and want to know who they are, you can hire a private detective to find out for you. This works for me because it's trustworthy. I don't want to be the one who falsley accuses the wrong person.
Having a professional do this saves a lot of time. They know what they are doing.
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Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Protect Your Heart

You know it's coming. SNOW! Here are some tips in protecting your heart this winter.

Warm up by doing light stretching for five minutes. When you start shoveling, start out with small shovelfuls and work up from there. Use a plastic shovel and spray WD-40 on the blade so the snow won't stick.
Dress in layers so when you heat up you can start removing outer clothing. Too much heat causes your heart to beat faster. Keep your heart rate in a safe range.
Try not to lift the snow, push it instead. Do not twist to throw the snow to the side or over your shoulder.
Pace yourself by taking frequent breaks until your breathing comes back to normal. Know when to stop. If you have any discomfort it's time to stop.
More Tips:
Pay someone to shovel for you. (My favorite)
Don't eat a heavy meal before shoveling and no alcohol.
If you have chest pain, stop immediately and call 911.
If you are an inactive person, do not shovel snow.

Thursday, November 6, 2008

What Your Doodles Mean

I thought this was a very interesting topic. Fun too. Hope you enjoy it.

The secret messages of doodles. Feeling optimistic? Looking for love? Afraid to take risks? The answers can be found in your drawings according to Nancy Nelson and Alice Landry, coauthors of The Doodle Dictionary. Women are likely to doodle circles or designs, Men usually draw designs with straight lines.

CIRCLES: Circles symbolize playfulness. If you fill the circles with shapes, faces or designs, your creative, interesting and full of ideas.

BOXES: Boxes mean you are disciplined and very structured, maybe even aggressive.

SQUIGGLES: Squiggles are a sign of independence and great imagination.

SPIRALS: Spirals suggest you may be feeling wish-washy. Part of you wants to grow and expand your horizons but something is holding you back.

LOOPS: Large loops spaced widely apart means your feeling a bit lazy, even relaxed. Loops that are small and spaced close together mean your nervouse and wound up too tight.

TRIANGLES: Triangles indicate ambition and high energy. If they point upward, you might be a high achieve. If they point down, your much less ambitious.

FLOWERS: Flowers mean you are a true lover of nature and beauty. It may also mean your searching for love in your life.

DOLLAR SIGNS: Either you make a lot of money or you wish you did.

HEARTS: You are understanding and compassionate. If your hearts are pierced with arrows, you long for love and passion.

HOUSES: Houses reveal how you feel about your surroundings and yourself. Drawing large houses means you had a happy childhood. Houses with no windows mean you might be withdrawn.

NAMES: Names indicate your curious (maybe even have a crush on someone?), the person whose name you've drawn. If you repetitively draw your own name and make designs around it (like teenagers do), you are still searching for your true identity.

Heavy pen or pencil pressure shows tension.
A light touch might show hesitancy or shyness.
Optimists doodle high on the page; pessimists,low.
Introverted people tend to draw horizontal lines; assertive ones, vertical.
Curves and circles mean your easy-going.
Straight lines indicate stubbornness and rigidity.

Saturday, October 11, 2008

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Thursday, August 28, 2008

Blind Dates can be Dangerous!

Blind Dates can be Dangerous
There is no reason to be afraid of blind dates anymore. Here are some tips on how to prevent a blind date from being a dangerous one.
1. Check him/her out. Don't go on a blind date without having any hint as to the kind of person they really are. People will say what you want to hear over the phone or email. They will lie, make up stories about themselves, etc. Please don't let your one evening with someone turn disastrous. A little bit of planning will go a long way toward having a successful date. Do a background check first so you won't be anxious.
2. Go for the casual date. Go where there are a lot of people around. You don't want your first date to be real cozy and secluded.
3. First impressions are important. Trust your gut. If you have a bad feeling about the person after you meet, there's probably a good reason. Some people on those dating services are scary. Check them out too. In this day and age you can't be too careful.

Monday, August 18, 2008

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Sunday, August 10, 2008

ID Theft on the Rise!

Don't Be A Victim of Identity Theft

1. An identity is stolen every 4 seconds in the United States. Source: MSN Money
2. Identity Theft is the fastest growing crime in America. Source: Federal Trade Commission
3. Over 30 million victims in the past five years. Source: Federal Trade Commission (FTC)
4. Top consumer complaint five years in a row. Source: FTC
5. Over 9 million victims per yer, two years running. Source: Better Business Bureau
Where Does Identity Theft Happen?

Direct Theft - Identity thieves will steal your purse or wallet. Then they use your ATM or Credit Cards. Any personal information they find is a windfall.

Mail - Your mail is very easy to steal. Don't think it's safe even if your mailbox is next to your front door. If they get their hands on your bank or credit card statements, you are in trouble. All the information they need is on your statements. They even go so far as to fill out a change of address form in your name, so they receive your mail.

ATMs - By using a technique called "skimming", they can get your ATM card information. Skimming is when they attach a data storage device, (which anyone can buy practically anywhere), to an ATM machine. When you swipe your card, they have your information.

Places of Business - A Privacy Act Notice must be given to you if any employer requests your Social Security Number, (SSN). Never give your SSN to an employer until you've been officially given a job.

Internet - "Phishing" online is very popular. Thefts happen when people pretend to be a legitimate company requesting your contact or credit card information. Never send them a check!

Records - "Dumpster diving", sifting through trash is another way thieves can get your information. Either a company's trash or your trash. More than one quarter of ID thefts are from people you know or are related to.

Schools & Colleges - SSNs are used for just about everything in colleges. Students and faculty become victims when SSNs are readily available. Left unattended, computer systems make it easy for hacking into.

How ID Thieves Can Get To You

SSN - The gateway to your identity, financially and personally, is your Social Security number. A thief can use your number to obtain a loan or even credit cards in your name. Getting a new Social Security number will not end your problems. The credit bureaus can use negative information from your old Social Security number in your credit report.

Signs of ID Theft

1. Statements and bills arrive late or not at all.
2. Creditors or collection agencies start contacting you.
3. You receive a credit card you did not apply for.
4. You get a letter of denial of credit you did not apply for.
5. You notice some of your mail is missing.
6. You receive bills from companies you never heard of.
7. Your arrested for a crime you did not commit.
8. Your no longer receiving bank statements, credit card statements or utility bills.

What You Can Do to Reduce Your Chances of Being A Victim

1. Do Not carry your Social Security card around with you.
2. Do not leave mail for your postman. The United States Postal Service (USPS), recommends you deposit mail in USPS collection boxes.
3. Invest in a shredder! Shred unwanted documents that contain personal information.
4. Balance your checkbook every month, better yet, if you have internet access, check your transactions online every day.
5. Be STINGY with giving out any personal information.
6. Do not have your SSN or phone number printed on your checks.
7. Never, ever give out personal information over the phone.
8. Use your own computer when doing business online. Public computers are less secure.
9. Don't open email from strangers.
10. Keep your purse/wallet in your bedroom when guests or workmen are around. Hide It!

If you do become a victim, file a police report and get a copy of it. File a complaint with the FTC. Close your accounts.

Friday, July 25, 2008

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Sunday, July 20, 2008


According to The Fortino Group, one-third of divorce cases is caused by online affairs. In an online survey of 38,000 internet users, according to MSNBC.com, one in ten respondents said they were addicted to sex and the internet. Dr. Michael Adamse, PhD, co-author of "Affairs of the Net: The Cybershrinks' Guide to Online Relationships" said approximately 70% of time on-line is spent in chat rooms or sending e-mail; of these interactions, most are romantic in nature. For help please click the link below.

Monday, July 14, 2008

Wonder if your loved one is cheating?

Why do people cheat? There are a lot of reasons. But I think it's mostly because they are unhappy. It might not be with you, but it might be with their job, their expectations of life, or maybe even the car they drive. It doesn't take much for a person to cheat. It does take two though. The person that's cheating and the one they are cheating with.

Don't ever blame yourself. Take a deep breath and keep your composure, find out the facts first. Don't just wonder and let your imagination run away. You know your loved one better than anyone so you can tell if something's going on or not.

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