When 3D printing entered the limelight a few years ago, the technology community and members of the general population were enthralled by the possibilities. Just think of the implications it could have. If you were an entrepreneur and needed to create a one off part for a project you were working on, or needed to make a full prototype, you could just print one off instead of absorbing the high cost of manufacturing. Instead of buying trinkets for your child's stocking stuffers, you could just 3D print them something. If you needed a part that broke for your vacuum, maybe you could eventually... Read More
In certain cities around the world like New York and London, a 200-square-foot, four-room apartment is what is considered average. However, in smaller cities all over the world, students have to satisfy themselves with something much more modest…
You even have the “micro-housing movement” in Seattle, which recently managed to clear 780 more micro-housing units for occupancy in the city. This trend actually fits with American trends of more renters, renting for longer. Smaller apartments are a great solution for millennial students on a budget.Keeping a Small Place Tidy
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The yearly college applications craze has arrived — a season when high school understudies obsess about G.P.A.s and individual papers, trusting and imploring that they will emerge among throngs of candidates.
The tension among candidates about how to introduce themselves to colleges is extremely unmistakable on the web. Sites offering homework for you or essay writing services have jumped up to prompt understudies on, say, regardless of whether instructor proposals have any kind of effect or whether to expound on cash in a college essay.
This level of bewilderment is alarming,... Read More
As a person with an arthritic disease, I know first-hand the challenge of accepting what my body can and can’t do and learning to work with it and prevent further injury to myself. It’s an important step to take. It can be challenging at first, bet eventually these life adjustments become well-integrated and make things easier. It does, however, take some work.
The American Psychological Association recommends several coping strategies for those who have been diagnosed with a chronic illness. These strategies can also be applied to aging and certain injuries. Start by... Read More
Doing the dishes, cleaning the bathroom and keeping the kitchen countertops spotless – these are the basics – however, dirt has a nasty habit of collecting in some surprising and even strange places.
There are some things in your home that need cleaning on a regular occasion, but most of us just don’t consider them often enough. If you continue to ignore these objects, they may accumulate a ton of bacteria and become a health hazard, especially for children and senior citizens.
What’s more, if you have any immune disorders, or you’re simply prone to sickness, you should pay some... Read More
As the adage goes, prevention is better than cure. This applies to your garage door at home. Instead of waiting for any problems to get worse before doing something about them, you should have someone come over and carry out maintenance first.
Garage door maintenance helps a lot to make sure that any potential problems do not get worse. If there are issues regarding the extension springs or torsion springs, they can be easily resolved. Some parts are also very expensive. After some time of wear and tear, these parts have to be replaced and it is totally understandable.... Read More
Everyone gets the Monday blues sometimes. The beginning of the work week with a daunting list of tasks can seem overwhelming. Finding a way to brighten your Monday may seem like a challenge, but these simple tips will turn your frown upside down.
Play your favorite jams
Music has been proven to evoke emotion. If you are feeling down, choosing upbeat music is the way to go. During the holidays you will hear Christmas music everywhere from stores, elevators, and of course, the radio. Why? Because Christmas music makes people happy. The upbeat lyrics and beat create a happy place... Read More
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The only problem is that one in three homes have a diamond engagement/wedding rings...so really how special or unique are they? Just a thought...
therin lies the problem...cost few can afford.