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Driving around Los Angeles simply sucks, it’s a well known fact that rings throughout the entire city and even the whole United States, and it’s just a testament to how bad driving in Los Angeles sucks.
For a lot of people who live in the city of Los Angeles their jobs or line of work consists of driving around the city all day making money by delivering goods in large medium duty trucks to other businesses in the city. This type of medium duty delivery is very common everywhere, and where there are a lot of medium duty delivery trucks there are also a lot of situations in which medium duty towing is necessary.
If you are the type of driver who drives a medium duty truck then you need to be prepared for the moment when you need some help on the road, and you’ll need to know about the Los Angeles Towing Company who can help you out along the way when the going gets tough.
the Los Angeles Towing Company is a towing company that is much different than many other towing companies throughout the city, and that’s because they specialize in a whole variety of towing, including medium duty towing. This type of towing requires a different type of tow truck, but with the amenities that the Los Angeles Towing Company has it’s not a problem for us to do medium duty towing and get you and your company truck off the road and to safety, wherever it may be that you need your medium duty truck to go.
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How to Give Your Homeschool Files a Spring Cleaning
Before you know it spring will have begun, and your homeschool area may not be in the shape that you want it. For many the winter months can leave homeschool files looking like a tornado has hit it. If you find that your files are overflowing, or not in the order that you would like them to be, a spring cleaning may be in order. Below you will find a few simple ideas, and suggestions that may help you with organizing your school papers.
Sort the papers
Start by taking all of your kids papers, and placing them into one big pile. Then you can divide the papers up by subject. You can break the groups down even more by separating the test papers, from the worksheets. Depending on how many papers you have to be organized this can take you about an hour to sort through.
Keep only what you need
Most public school teachers end up sending a large stack of papers home with their students at the end of each semester. Each state has different requirements when it comes to homeschooling, so check and see what papers you need. Then you can focus on getting rid of the papers you don’t need and only keeping the ones that are necessary.
Teach your kids to file
Spring is a good time to teach your kids to work on their own filing system. This way the files will not be completely unorganized all over again by the summer months. Your can do a basic search online to explore the various file systems. This way you can see which system may work best for you. It may take time for your kids to get used to their new filing system, but it will be worth the effort.
A place for everything
One of the reasons, why things to start cluttering up, and getting messy is because you don’t have a spot for it. If you don’t have a spot for each piece of paper, things will get messy. Instead work on finding a place for everything , and clearly label it. A book shelf works good for organizing files and folders to hold your kids work.
Binders work for homeschooling
When it comes to organizing your homeschooling papers, I have found that binders work really good. You can hole punch your papers, and place dividers in the binder. This is an easy way to keep each child’s school work separate, and neatly organized. You can then place the binders on your book shelf for easy access. Have your child pick which type of binder they want, and then they can even decorate the binder themselves.
How to Give Your Homeschool Files a Spring Cleaning
Treating the Common Cold with Chinese Medicine
According to Western medicine, both the common cold and the flu are caused by a category of virus called rhinoviruses. Western medicine has no treatment for this type of infection. Taking antibiotics, for example, will do nothing for a disease caused by a virus. However, practitioners of Chinese medicine have been treating the common cold effectively with both herbs and acupuncture for 2,000 years. More than 100 generations of Chinese doctors have proven that you don’t have to just stay in bed and let a cold run its course.
Types of colds in Chinese medicine
In Chinese medicine, there are two main types of colds, wind cold and wind heat external contractions. The symptoms of each are different. In a wind cold pattern of common cold, the main symptoms are fever, aversion to chill, lack of perspiration, and bodily aches and pains along with nasal congestion, a headache, and possible cough. In a wind heat pattern of common cold, the main symptoms are fever, less aversion to chill, no particular lack of perspiration, sore throat, nasal congestion, and cough with no body aches and pains. Depending on which of these two main types of cold a person manifests, practitioners of Chinese medicine will recommend different Chinese herbs and treat different acupuncture points. The most common pattern of common cold in both children and adults is the wind heat variety. Depending on the climate and geography, these two patterns may be complicated by dampness or dryness.
Acupuncture for the common cold
In terms of the common cold, acupuncture stimulates the body’s own innate healing energy or immune system in order to more effectively combat the viral infection. Fifty percent of persons infected with any given cold virus manifest any signs or symptom of infection because their immune system is strong enough to suppress the virus’s activity. It is only the other 50% whose immune systems weaker that develop symptoms. So strengthening the immune system is extremely important in fighting off a cold. In addition, certain points can relieve stuffy nose, cough, headache, bodily aches and pain, sore throat, fever, and reduce the production of phlegm. For instance, needling a point at the base of the thumbnail can markedly reduce sore throat literally in a matter of minutes. Some practitioners will combine acupuncture with other techniques such as cupping, guasha (a type of scraping technique), and tuina (Chinese medical massage) in order to get even better, quicker relief of symptoms.
Chinese herbal medicine for the common cold
Chinese medicine has a number of herbal medicinals, which are effective for the treatment of rhinoviruses, and formulas with these ingredients can stop a cold dead in its tracks or drastically reduce its symptoms and duration. In addition, Chinese herbal formulas for the common cold typically also contain anti-inflammatory, decongestant, antihistaminic, and immune-boosting herbs. Such Chinese herbal remedies come in various forms. Some of the names of these commonly prescribed ready-made Chinese medicines include Yin Qiao San, Gan Mao Ling, and Cold Quell. All three of these products are for wind heat external contraction common colds whose main symptoms are fever and sore throat. Typically, one should begin taking these ready-made herbal remedies at the first signs of a cold and continue taking them for a day or two after the symptoms have disappeared. Because it is so important to begin taking these kinds of antiviral Chinese herbal medicines as soon as the symptoms are noticed, it is a good idea to keep bottles of these kinds of remedies in your medicine chest at home, in the glove compartment of your car, and in your desk at work. If you always start a cold with a sore throat followed by the development of a fever, then you may want to keep one of the three herbal remedies on hand. The longer you allow a cold to develop prior to treatment, the more likely it is that it will continue to develop. So stopping it as quickly as possible is the key.
People choose to work with a life coach and for many reasons, including time management and relationships, with the most popular reason being career guidance and/or business advice. Whatever your reason, there are some guidelines you should know to help you to determine what to look for in a life coach.
WHAT SHOULD YOU LOOK FOR WHEN CHOOSING A LIFE COACH? • Credibility – Are they a member of a professional program, such as the International Coach Federation (ICF), indicating that they must adhere to professional practice and ethics guidelines? Do they offer a satisfaction guarantee? Do they offer a contract or other type of formal agreement in order to specify expectations for both parties? • Credentials – Have they been through a professional training program? Do they have professional certification? • Experience – How much experience do they have as a life coach? How much do they know about the area you are looking for coaching in? • Consultation – Do they offer a free consultation? This is a great way to see if you have chemistry. Do you feel comfortable with them? Do they listen well? Do you feel like they clearly understand what your goals are? It is important that you trust your life coach and are at ease with them in order to achieve maximum results. • Testimonials – Will they provide you with references from past clients? If not, or if they only provide you with one or two referrals, it could be a red flag. Hearing about the experience from their previous, or current, clients can help you gain more insight into what to expect. • Methods – What are their methods like? Do they have an official office? Do they prefer to meet at a place like Starbucks? It’s important that you are comfortable and at ease with the methods of your life coach. WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF WORKING WITH A LIFE COACH? • More self-confidence • A more balanced life • Lower levels of stress • Smarter goal-setting and time management • Structure and motivation to accomplish your goals WHAT DOES A LIFE COACH COST? • The cost depends on a number of factors: the length of the sessions, the number of sessions per month, how many months you plan on meeting, the qualifications and experience of the life coach. • The cost typically ranges from about $250-$500 per month, breaking down to approximately $30 and up per hour. • Coaching fees are often tax deductible for people who use the coaching as a means to improve business and professional skills. To work with a life coach is to enter into a trusting, confidential, and supportive relationship that is under your direction, so it important to work with someone that you feel comfortable with, and as an investment in yourself, you will want to work with someone who can help you achieve the results you desire. Don’t be afraid to consult with 2-3 coaches before making a final decision. As the governing body of profession life coaches, the International Coach Federation is a wonderful resource to use when searching for a qualified life coach. Anne Fisher, “9 Tips on Finding the Right Career Coach.” CNN Money. Nancy Colasurdo, “What to Look For in a Life Coach.” Fox Business Hypnotherapy Chicago International Coach Federation