Posts Tagged‘safety’

4 Ways to Keep Elderly Drivers Safer

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Whether they are your parents, your aunts and uncles, your grandparents, maybe just neighborhood friends, those elderly drivers you know are oftentimes at a higher risk of being in an auto accident. That said what are you doing to help lessen the odds of such potential accidents? No, you likely can’t be with them 24/7, but you can give them the resources and tools necessary to reduce the chances of being injured or even worse. While auto accidents can happen to any age group, senior citizens are oftentimes placed in harm’s way, whether it is through their own actions or…

5 Ways to Keep Your Possessions Safe

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Whether they are worth a fair amount of money or just hold true sentimental value, many of your possessions likely have value. That said moving them around, be it when you actually have to move or you are just cleaning in the home, those can be trying times. You worry about them getting damaged, perhaps beyond repair. No matter what the possessions may be, proper care is not all that difficult when you stop and think about it. By carefully moving and showcasing the items that matter most to you, you can take a little stress off of your life.…

3 Things Every Visitor to Rio Olympics Must Remember

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Planning on traveling to Brazil for the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games? Well, whether you are traveling in mind, body, or spirit; here are are 3 things every visitor to the Rio Olympics must remember. They Don’t Speak Spanish This is a newbie mistake for first time visitors to Brazil but one that should be avoided. Unlike nearly all other South American nations, the official language of Brazil is not Spanish but it is Portuguese. Brazil was a long-time Portuguese colony and in fact Rio de Janeiro was the Portuguese colonial capitol. The largest population of Portuguese speakers (by about 180 million)…