Posts by Scadi

Tools for Easy Floor Cleaning

Posted by on Apr 26, 2013 in Home Improvement | 0 comments

Who said that cleaning should be a hard and time consuming job? The only thing you should do in order to cover the cleaning standards you have set up for your household is to get yourself the proper tools of the trade. When it comes to floor cleaning, mops are the most basic type of tools there is. The mops themselves fall into two categories: dry and wet. The dry mop is used for cleaning dust, dirt and hair, while the wet mops come in handy when you should get rid of spills and washing hard floors. Thus, your household needs at least one mop of both types. When you are choosing a mop, the...

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Skip the Cliches, Go Unique

Posted by on Mar 17, 2013 in News & Society | 0 comments

Since the moment a child is old enough to grasp the concept of money, comes the ever raging battle of economic survival in our somewhat dog-eat-dog, money-ran world. Unfortunately these are the realities of life and one cannot do much to change those. This situation has given rise to people that have achieved the thing known a couple of decades back as the American dream, which was a good thing for a while, but didn’t hold much water eventually. Problem with the whole prosperity concept is that people which have reached a certain social and financial level in life, tend to look back and...

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Five Grandparenting Rules

Posted by on Feb 11, 2013 in Education, Home & Family | 0 comments

• Don’t teach the parents how to raise their children – being a grandparent is one of the most pleasant things in the world. However being a grandpa or grandma doesn’t mean that you must teach 24/7 your kids how to raise their own children. Everybody has his own view of proper upbringing and you should honor that and limit your involvement to offering your help when requested or sharing a valuable advice on given occasions. • Don’t forget to say “no” – Grandparents have the bad habit of fulfilling every desire of their grandchildren. In a way this strengthens your...

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Cake “Tree Bark” Recipe

Posted by on Feb 3, 2013 in Recipes | 0 comments

I once wanted to go to culinary school and become a professional cook. Perhaps I would specialize in cakes and sweets, since I’m a sucker for chocolates. It didn’t happen, but I don’t regret it. My current worl akkows me to bake great things and I learn them from the web. Here I would like to share with you a nice chocolate cake, called the “Tree Bark”. It looks just like a tree stump when it’s ready. It has tons of chocolate in it and you will absolutely love it. Here is the recipe to prepare it. Ingredients: Dough: 4 eggs; 1 cup of sugar; 1 cup of...

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How to Kill Bad Habits

Posted by on Jan 21, 2013 in Education, Health and Fitness, Home Improvement, News & Society | 0 comments

Every person has habits that he’s proud of and ones that hes not so much proud of. Many habits are cultivated no matter if we want it  or not and that can be quite frustrating. Which is even more frustrating is the issues that people face when they try to get rid of a certain habit but they can’t. The best example of that would be smoking,of course, but there are things worse than that. Being constantly late for meetings can lead to problems at work and even in your personal life. So how can people kill the bad habits in them effectively? Research by Charles Duhigg in his book...

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