How To Stay Safe During The Summer

As fun as summer is, it doesn’t come without some health risks. Many people adopt a carefree attitude as the sun begins to shine, and some safety precautions can be forgotten about in the heat of the long days. However, you must make sure that you’re not one of these people, and that you continue to stay safe throughout the summer months. Staying safe this summer will, for the most part, involve common sense and recognizing danger around every corner. With this said, you should enjoy summer and … [Read more...]

Six Health, Wellness, and Safety Tips for Female Solo Travelers

Many people would avoid the idea of traveling alone, but those who take the chance often discover that solo travel is a wonderful way to see the world, make new friends, and discover more about yourself in the process. Traveling on your own allows you to make memories, build your character, and face your fears. However, that isn’t to say that traveling alone is risk-free. Here are some health and safety tips to help you stay safe and well on your solo adventure. 1. Use the Right Protective … [Read more...]

How to Hide Electrical Wires: Computers, TVs and Appliances

Electrical components are an increasingly essential part of everyday life. From the television, media player and cable box on your entertainment center to the computer in your office and the lamp on your desk, it seems like everything is plugged in these days. While dangling cords are unsightly and lend a cluttered appearance to an otherwise orderly room, they’re also a hazard for households with small children. Kids can wrap themselves in dangling wires to the point of strangling, use them … [Read more...]

CHILDCARE, How to Prevent Second Story Window Falls

How to Prevent Second Story Window Falls   Since the number of children falling from windows each year averages around 5,200, and at least one in four of those falls is serious enough to warrant hospitalization, taking the necessary precautions to ensure that kids don’t end up tumbling out of a second-story window is essential. So important is this safety concern that an annual National Window Safety Week is held to raise awareness of the dangers that can accompany a fall out of a … [Read more...]

“HOW TO KEEP THE KIDS SAFE WHILE SPRING CLEANING”

As the weather begins to warm up and the last of winter’s chill fades away, it’s natural to start thinking about spring cleaning. After all, clearing out old junk leaves room for the new beginnings symbolized by the season. If you have children, your household mess is likely to require more attention in terms of cleaning, and the kids themselves will need to be kept safe from all those household chemicals. These tips can help you keep your brood safe and entertained while you’re cleaning … [Read more...]

Safe Cities program implemented in New Delhi, India

Better lighting, wider pavements: steps towards preventing sexual violence in New Delhi A young woman from Bilaspur camp, in the Molarband area of south Delhi, says she never goes to the community toilets alone. “Near the community toilet complex we have a banyan tree where boys are always standing. They harass every girl who goes to the toilet. I never go to the toilet alone, especially when it is dark,” she said, echoing the 24 other women who took part in a focus group discussion last … [Read more...]

“10 Best Iphone Apps ‘if’ you get stuck in elevator”

“10 OF THE BEST IPHONE APPS TO HAVE IF YOU GET STUCK IN AN ELEVATOR” Getting stuck in an elevator is certainly not a pleasant experience by any stretch of the imagination. Time begins to pass slowly and minutes seem to stretch on forever, which only adds to the stress of the situation. The best thing you can do is keep yourself and everyone around you calm until you’re all able to exit the elevator. Having some handy tools as well as some forms of entertaining everyone will help in that … [Read more...]

2013, will Triskaidekaphobia affect your Success?

(MoneyWatch) Next year is going to be a long one if you suffer from triskaidekaphobia, fear of the number 13. To lessen the anxiety, consider these 13 money tips for 2013. 1. Track your expenses. Almost every financial plan starts with this most dreaded task. Unfortunately, without understanding where your money goes, it's nearly impossible to make different choices about how to spend. The good news is that there are plenty of software programs to help you out, or you can use a plain old … [Read more...]

Susan Winlaw – WOMAN of ACTION™

  A Celebration of Women™ is elated to Celebrate the Life of this extreme kind heart, creative spirit and women's activist. Author, publisher, women's supporter and all round awesome woman that walks with a soft step, yet carries a big message.         WOMAN of ACTION™     Susan Winlaw       Susan Winlaw was born and raised in Southern Ontario, Canada. She went to College Avenue Secondary School and then attended the University … [Read more...]

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