Archive for January, 2012
Stress at work is a very common condition among many workers in today’s fast-paced business environment. People are working longer hours and the advancing technology has enabled us to have heavier workloads.
Stress at work has now reached a level where it is becoming a serious issue for many employers but many they do not take the problem of stress seriously enough.
Yes! But I am still here glued in front of my Laptop!
What can I do? Got lots of online works to do and deadlines to meet. My mind’s in limbo what to do first.What made it worst is that I was able to take a medicine that is drowsy rather than the non-drowse! Oh my… zzzzzzzzhhhh…
I made a couple of goals last 2011 and I’m grateful that I was able to fulfill most of these goals. One of my goals is to live in a healthy lifestyle. Unfortunately, I was able to fulfill this towards the end of 2011 already. So I’m reviving this goal for 2012 and improve on it even more. I started exercising last year so I’m going to continue using the treadmill and hopefully I can improve by walking/running everyday. These days, I make sure I exercise at least every other day so I’m getting there! I will also continue to drink fresh detox drink every week. This is a way to flush all the toxins that I eat for the entire week.
So far I’ve reached my desired weight already.
Actually I was surprised by the weight loss since I didn’t stop eating over the holidays. We attended a lot of parties last December so I didn’t expect to lose weight. But I guess since I used the treadmill every other day, it really helped a lot. Now, I’m more focused on maintaining it. Not only to look and feel good but also to make sure that my blood sugar, cholesterol and uric acid are all normal. The results weren’t good for the past few years already and now I realized that the solution is exercise and healthy diet. I consider myself lucky because it was not too late. I think it’s not too late for you too! If you start living healthy now, I’m definitely sure that you will feel the results very, very soon.
Katrina is a freelance writer currently working on articles about Gulvafslibning København . She shares helpful tips to those who wants to do some home improvement projects.
Emergencies always come unannounced. You can’t really plan when to get sick, or decide on how long before you get better. You can suddenly find yourself very ill, spending time in the hospital, or even battling a long-term sickness. Health problems happen, and usually through no fault of your own. What’s even more difficult with a health crisis is figuring out how to pay for your new found medical bills. Even just one visit to the emergency room can wipe out a savings account.
So, what options do you have when it comes to financing your medical needs? Thankfully, there are a few options available to you.
- Savings account. One of the best things you can do is to prepare for an emergency. Setting up an emergency savings account, before a health crisis hits, is a safe choice. Putting just $10 or $20 a month into a savings account that you don’t touch until it’s needed may help you have enough to cover a medical emergency.
- Personal cash loans. Having enough money in a savings account for a health emergency is ideal, however it’s not always practical. In today’s economic climate, many people find it hard enough to make every day ends meet, never mind trying to save for an emergency. When a medical expense comes up, a cash advance loan can really help to pay for those unexpected bills.
- Hospital payment plan. In some cases, you can work directly with your hospital or doctor’s office to pay your bill on a monthly basis. Doctors’ offices understand that bills can add up. Just ask if your doctor has payment options available.
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Supplementing Health Insurance
If you’re among the few who have health insurance through a job or other means, consider yourself lucky. Many people have lost their health insurance coverage and no longer have the luxury of relying on a health insurance plan. However, even with health insurance, medical bills can become hefty – and very quickly. You need to have a plan in place to supplement your health insurance. Any of the above options can help pay for the expensive deductible or for a medication that isn’t covered by your plan.
When it comes to medical expenses and emergencies, the important thing to remember is that you do have options. You don’t have to go into excessive debt or declare bankruptcy just because a medical condition arises. Know the options available to you and then take the steps necessary to prepare yourself and your family for medical related expenses.
Now that we are staying temporarily at my Mom-in-law’s house ( due to Typhoon Sendong).. our foods and drink are always according to their health book.. ( You know how healthy Conscious Adventist are) . Thanks Mommy for the Watermelon Drink!
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