It should go without saying that the engine is your car’s most important component. It’s also the most expensive to replace, so a dying engine is really a sign that the whole vehicle needs to be recycled. continue reading
Trends often come and go but style remains. Since we live in an era where instant trends shamelessly take over the fashion world, we must stay faithful to the classics – believe it or not. When it comes to patterns and fabrics, rules don’t apply anymore and fashion lovers simply adore to merge the incompatible. Thank God for that! continue reading
Mr Trump has been the president of the United States for a while now and at times it can be tough to see the good lessons we can learn from him. It may seem surprising to some of you, but there are actually some things we can learn from the man. continue reading
A lot of fashion design advice is geared toward women. But, as a guide, there’s nothing wrong with figuring out ways to customize your manly wardrobe. Reading through men’s magazines will probably only get you so far because they still tend to be the corporate version of suggesting that you be an individual. There is an inherent irony in that. continue reading
Although almost everyone has made some kind of mistake at work, these small mistakes usually won’t get you into too much trouble. However, if you do make a big mistake at work, not only could your job be in jeopardy, but you could also find yourself in trouble with the law. So for those mistakes that likely won’t wind you up in prison but could cause you to lose your job, what can do you to try to salvage the situation? To help with this, here are three things to do when you’ve made a sizeable mistake at work.
If you are experiencing some oral health issues including pain or swelling, you may suspect a need for root canal treatment. continue reading
When you’re in a wheelchair, you’re either moving using your arms or not powering your own motion at all. As such, wheelchair users tend to suffer more than others during bouts of colder weather. Even a light walk warms up the body – without that stimulation, just a slight chill can cut to the bone. continue reading
You probably noticed that somewhere around the age of 40 most men start “feeling” their age. Back aches and decreased energy are only the tip of the iceberg compared to some of the issues you could face after forty.
Short of jumping in a time machine and whizzing off to the 2030s, it’s impossible to predict what is going to happen in the future. After all, we’re still waiting for the self-tying shoe laces and flying cars that Back To The Future promised us all those years ago. continue reading