Five Ways for Caregivers to Battle Compassion Fatigue

Posted on: 6 July 2016

If you spend large amounts of your time being the main caregiver for someone, then you likely know the toll caregiving can take. Compassion fatigue is a term used to describe the burnout that many caregivers experience and is brought on by the responsibilities and emotional stress that caring for a terminally ill or incapacitated individual can bring. Learn to identify the signs of compassion fatigue before it impacts your job, your clients, or your health.
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Signs That Your Water Heater May Need To Be Repaired

Posted on: 20 June 2016

If you're like most homeowners, you're familiar with many of the common signs of malfunction among various household appliances and fixtures. For instance, you undoubtably already know that a leaky water heater should be looked at by a professional as soon as possible. Other signs and symptoms, however, might not be so obvious. Following are several indications that your water heater might be on the brink of breaking down.  Rusty Water Coming From Your Hot Water Faucet 
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Tips For Storing Homeschool Curriculum Items

Posted on: 28 May 2016

As a homeschool parent, chances are your classroom storage space is at a premium. This means you don't have room to keep everything on hand after one child is done with it, but you may still want to save it for a younger child to use in the future. This is where a self storage unit can come in handy. The following tips can help you store your school supplies safely until you need them next.
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Three Trends To Consider For Your Next Trade Show Exhibit Booth

Posted on: 30 March 2016

If you're in the marketing or outreach department of a technology company that uses trade shows as a way to advertise and meet potential customers, you know how important it is to make the exhibits inviting and user-friendly. This used to entail simply making the information about your company readily available, as well as having a space that was easy to move around in. However, now, exhibits have to be more stylish as well -- and they have to do what they can to grab passersby on the showroom floor.
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