91). Gift Giving Customs And Suggestions For Gifting To The Japanese By : Gregg Hall
To the Japanese, gift giving is a way of communicating respect, friendship, and appreciation. When meeting with a Japanese colleague or visitor for the first time, always be prepared for the gift giving ritual that has been deeply rooted in the Japanese culture for centuries.
The following are some guidelines to keep in mind when doin...
92). Gifts for left handed people - I’ll buy that! By : Mick Burrows
Gifts for left handed people - I’ll buy that!
93). Giving Gift Certificates By : Dana Goldberg
Buying gifts for anyone can be difficult. You need to balance whether the recipient will like the gift with the type of gift you can afford. Add to this the fact that you may have been buying the same person regular gifts for many years and it can be very difficult to keep buying something that they will get real value from. Of course, some people ...
94). Glitters Of Gold By : Graeme Notega
When you have a dream and follow it with your complete being, the most unusual opportunities unfold. During the early 1840s John Sutter wanted to build a large agricultural empire in California. He had managed to get there from Switzerland, and was determined that nothing get in his way. He and his hired hand, James Marshall, were working on buildi...
95). Going The Extra Mile Benefits Everyone Including Yourself By : Christine Bettridge
In a world where mediocrity is becoming alarmingly common, it's a refreshing change to encounter people who are willing to go the extra mile.
If we are lucky we encounter such people on a daily basis. A checkout clerk who is particularly courteous, a co-worker who helps you do something not in their job description, or even a family m...
96). Green Card Requirements - what are they and how do I comply? By : Jae Taylor
What is a Permanent Resident Card?
A Permanent Resident Card, commonly known as a Green Card, is evidence of your status as a lawful permanent resident with a right to live and work permanently in the United States. It also is evidence of your registration in accordance with United States immigration laws. The Permanent Resident Card ...
97). Guide to terrorism and world markets By : Mansi gupta
What worse could have happened to the US economy then the 9th September 2001? Some perverted religious fanatics demolished the embodiment of the world trade. Terrorism is a threat to all the nations of the world. The human loss due to these activities cannot be condemned with words. The ruthlessness of the terror traders has an impact on each and e...
98). Habit Pattern! By : Joseph Ghabi
Habit Pattern! By Joseph Ghabi
Do you ever wonder about your daily routines? Think about it, from the minute you wake up in the morning until you lay your head down to sleep. Think of the habits you have become accustomed to, or what you have been programmed to do in the morning. For example, taking your shower after your coffee or smo...
99). Hampers: Aids In House Organization By : Robert Thatcher
In today fast pace, being disorganized is not an option. Disorganization can lead to confusion, wastage of time effort and money. Simple organizing can prevent clutter, having no clutter to clear thinking and clear thinking to efficiency.
Neglecting to clean the house even for one day can make it harder for anybody to clean on the fol...
100). Have a cause? Wear a rubber wristband! By : Shannan Barrett
They are the hottest wearable right now, despite the fashion gurus adding the adjective 'once trendy' while referring to them. Yes we're talking about rubber wristbands. You can't escape them anymore. Be it evacuees at Gaza or NBA football stars, all are wearing these bands. Passing fad? Don't know, but they are still selling like hot cakes.
101). Healing Anger and Violence in Our Society By : Margaret Paul, Ph. D.
I have counseled individuals, couples, families and business partners for the past 35 years and authored eight published books. All this experience has resulted in the development of a profound six-step healing process, called Inner Bonding, which anyone can learn and use throughout the day (FREE course available - see resource box).
102). Help Celebrate Administrative Professionals Week By : Cynthia Marcano
According to the Department of Labor there are 13 million administrative assistant related jobs in the U.S. Those dedicated individuals deserve to be celebrated for the support they offer companies all across the nation. Administrative Professional Week is celebrated the last week of April, with the day being observed on the Wednesday of the given ...
103). History of Flags and Flagpoles By : James Hunt
Flags have been around for long over 4,000 years and have come to mean many things for many different people. One of the first flags can be dated back to 3000 BC to the country that is now known as Iran.
104). Holiday's Best Selling Consumer Electronics By : Salim Jordan
Shopping for the holiday season, you can never go wrong with gadgets! Here is a list of the top selling consumer electronics this holiday season.
The Sony Playstation Portable (PSP) is currently the most purchased gadget on the market. Not only can this device play games, you can also watch movies and listen to MP3's anywhere, anytime....
105). How Do You Know If Your Charity Wristbands Donation Is Getting Where It Should? By : Matt Garrett
You might have seen your friends and other people wearing colorful wristbands. After all they have become a great sight and an evolving fashion trend as well. But do you know that they are actually available in large numbers as charity wristbands? And as you buy charity wristbands , all the money that you spend on them goes straight for the charity...
106). How do You Know When a Man is in Love By : Caroline Therancy
How do you when a man is in Love? Is it when he goes for breakfast with your mother? Is it when he flies you to Paris? Read on and you will have the clear clues.
107). How does assisted living work? By : Drew Swanson
Assisted living facilities are meant for senior citizens and the disabled who require housing, and assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs) such as bathing, dressing, and assistance with taking medicine. These facilities enable people to follow an independent lifestyle and at the same time provide the right type of assistance needed in day...
108). How I Thank You, Let Me Count the Ways By : Simply Sinful Baskets
There isn’t a day in anyone’s life where we could function without the help, generosity, love or care of someone else. We often get caught up in our day to day lives that we forget to show those people how much they mean to us. Saying Thank You is great, but how about showing your appreciation with a lovely Thank You gift? Here are some wonderful g...
109). How To Choose A Lift Chair By : Robert Thatcher
Parkinson’s, Lou Gehrig’s, arthritis and other mobility limiting conditions trouble your loved ones. Being in one of these situations trouble them. It makes them feel useless and dependent on other people. They also sense that they have lost their vigor and free will. As a result they pity themselves.
In today’s modern world, mobility ...
110). How To Find The Right University For You By : James Monahan
It is not enough that you search for the perfect college program. To make the most of your college experience, you must also find the right learning environment that will help you flourish.
111). How To Make A Home-Made Mother's Day Card By : Nicola Kennedy
Easy Photo Card
We all have them, photos of our kids. Well grab some construction paper or card stock, a photo and some glue and make this adorable little card.
You will need
construction paper or card stock
What you do
112). How To Use Aromatherapy Candles By : Gregg Hall
The first thing you want to do is be sure that you have true aromatherapy candles. Scented candles are not aromatherapy candles. Make sure they contain pure essential oils.
113). How To Wear A Hawaiian Shirt With Confidence By : Hannah Roberts
How To Wear A Hawaiian Shirt With Confidence
114). I'll Take Chloe and Her Stun Gun on My Team By : Jack Krohn
There she was after leaving Bill Buchanan’s house, sitting in the bar area of a hotel, having successfully eluded the police during curfew in LA, when out of nowhere it happened! A semi drunk patron who had been sitting at the bar approached her not once but twice and just wouldn’t leave her alone. So what’s a heroine supposed to do? Rather than be...
115). Identity Theft: It Won't Happen To Me By : Daryl
"I got bad credit, I'm not worried"
"It happened to a friend of a friend"
"I've got other priorities now"
"All it takes is guarding your Social Security number"
"I can trust the people around me"
These quotes are all too common regarding identity theft. The problem is the Federal Trade Commission, various law ...
116). Immigration Research By : Dave Lympany
Probably the most important question and possibly the hardest to answer is “is this the right thing to do”? This, of course, is the question only YOU can answer and it depends a lot on your family. If you’re single then there are your parents, siblings, and other close family and friends you may miss who have to be informed. If your married (or sep...
117). Immigration – Trying On A New Lifestyle By : Paul Babs
The lure of riches in a foreign land, the potential of awesome new opportunities, dreams of what might be – all these sometimes entice people to immigrate to a different country. Being reunited with a loved one or just longing for adventure are also strong reasons for immigrating. Sometimes, rather than being drawn to a new country, one is pushed: ...
118). Industrial Hemp Legislation to Cultivate, Study and Support. By : Coffee Man
Industrial Hemp Legislation to Cultivate, Study and Support.
119). Influence of Television on a Person By : Tyler Benson
In the twenty first century technology is developing very fast. Advanced technological wonders still surprise us and make us wanting more and more comfort that they create. One of them is television that became popular all over the world now and there is no country, region or village where people don’t know what a TV is. It is also considered that ...
120). Ingratitude Is Hateful By : CD Mohatta
We as human beings have many qualities, both good and bad. Some of our bad traits are not very harmful, but some are never forgiven. According to Hindu philosophy, God does not forgive ingratitude under any circumstances.
What is gratitude? Simply saying 'thank you' is at times enough to express our gratitude, whereas at times, we are ...
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