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What Innovation Can Do to Your Life

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10 Safety Tips When Getting Your Body Pierced

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Ten Body Piercing Safety Tips

Body piercing is all the rage with individuals of all ages. Whether you are choosing to pierce ears, lips, noses, eyebrows, tongues, or something a bit more risqué, safety and hygiene should be at the top of the check list before you run out and grab a needle. These ten tips for body piercing safety will ensure your piercing does not result in a potentially dangerous infection.

1.) Only use a professional.
Piercing is something that should only be performed by a professional. It is a great deal more complicated than simply pushing a needle through a part of your body. Choose a reliable professional and seek a consultation before you make the decision to pierce. Home piercing jobs are most likely to lead to complications or infections.

2.) Ask questions.
Think of a interviewing a potential piercer the same as you would a doctor. Ask about their cleanliness and disease prevention policies. A great many diseases, including AIDS and Hepatitis can be spread t…

How 4 Key Elements to Your Web Site Can Multiply Your Profits!

The fact is, even if your web site is full of fabulous sales copy and photos that illustrate all the great features and benefits of your product or service, your potential customers still need to know:

What do people who have actually purchased and used your product or service think about it? It's simple: your readers know that YOU believe in your product, or you wouldn't be selling it! But what do people with the same problem or need that they have say about your product?

Answering that question is one of the most fundamental tasks your web site needs to accomplish -- and it's as simple to do as it is important.

By using testimonials -- reviews and comments from your satisfied customers, in text, audio, or video format -- on your web site, you not only answer the question, you also transform your sales pitch into a credible, unbiased recommendation for your product.

1) Overcome buyer skepticism with a glowing testimonial

As I said before, adding testimonials is probably …

4 ways gardening is good for you

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(BPT) - In this increasingly digital world, there's an app for just about everything. People are glued to their smartphones, texting instead of talking, and, in general, interacting with technology more than they do with the living, breathing world around them. But there's a cure for tech overload: Gardening. Whether you're creating a vegetable garden in your backyard or planting flowers and herbs on your apartment balcony, it's all about getting outside, feeling the sun on your face, and putting your hands into the soil.

If you find you're desperately in need of a break from devices, try gardening to get back in touch with what's real.

If you've never gardened before, it might sound intimidating, but just dive in. Plant a flower in the ground or grow herbs on your windowsill and see what happens. Sun, water, and a little TLC is all it takes. You'll find that gardening is an easy, enjoyable hobby that anyone can learn to do. And it's good for your …

Veering from the ludicrous to the endearing and back again, Notes from a Small Island is a delightfully irreverent jaunt around the unparalleled floating nation that has produced zebra crossings, Shakespeare,

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"Suddenly, in the space of a moment, I realized what it was that I loved about Britain-which is to say, all of it." After nearly two decades spent on British soil, Bill Brysonbestselling of The Mother Tongue and Made in America-decided to return to the United States. ("I had recently read," Bryson writes, "that 3.7 million Americans believed that they had been abducted by aliens at one time or another, so it was clear that my people needed me.") But before departing, he set out ona grand farewell tour of the green and kindly island that had so long been his home. Veering from the ludicrous to the endearing and back again, Notes from a Small Island is a delightfully irreverent jaunt around the unparalleled floating nation that has produced zebra crossings, Shakespeare, Twiggie Winkie's Farm, and places with names like Farleigh Wallop and Titsey. The result is an uproarious social commentary that conveys the true glory of Britain, from the satiric pen of …