A short story prompted by William D Holland's photo challenge number 5. A school science team tries to come up with a solution to a sticky problem.
A couple thinking of moving from the city set out to view a property that the husband is enthusiastic about but who becomes less enthusiastic as they view the old house.
A short story based on a 5 picture challenge by William D Holland.
Exercise is good for everyone, including older people 65 years or older. Health organizations recommend that everyone takes exercise. Includes points to consider for older people taking up exercise after a break and pictures and videos of useful exercises that can be done.
There is one piece of kitchen equipment you probably don't have but it could reduce the likelihood of you being affected by raw sewage spills. This hub provides information on grease traps and household tips for reducing FOG in water, even if you don't have a grease trap.
Insanity is a fitness workout with high intensity bursts of interval training and short rests between. While intense, you can work at your own pace. It is based on body weight. No equipment is used.
Good communication skills include the art and science of asking the right questions. This article explains the difference between open questions, closed questions, factual, and leading questions. Learn where and how to use them in different circumstances to achieve the results you want.
What are good communication skills? What is the best single communication skill you can learn? How do you learn it?
These are my top-five tips to reduce the need to visit the bathroom during the night. I've also included information on how to improve bladder control with exercise and information videos that will help you to reduce the need to get up to pee at night..
When you have a problem to solve but you just can't find a way to tackle it, you may find that brainstorming can help you find the solution. Brainstorming can help you find an innovative solution to a difficult problem. These techniques are easy to learn and apply.
An Expert Map or an Influence Map is helpful in risk management. But it doesn't only have to be used there. They are simple to produce and can be used to help you understand what actions or choices you have in complex situations and what actually influences what is happening.
This hub discusses mind maps and how to create them for mapping of problems and ideas, so you have an easily produced visual conception of what you want to work on or do.