Author Archive: Eric San Juan

5 Tips to helping a loved one get out of jail

There are times when your loved one’s may get into trouble with the law causing them to be put behind bars. For most people this is one of the hardest times in life especially if this is happening to someone who is close to you.  The need to try to get them out of jail is overwhelming but if they are convicted and sentenced then the options which exist are relatively limited. However this does not mean that all is lost as there are a number of alternatives which can be explored in a bid to get one out of jail. This article will highlight some tips to assisting a loved one in their endeavor to get out of jail.    Hire the best criminal lawyer…
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4 Ways To Ensure Your Roof Is Clean

Roofs are one of the most ignored parts of any home. Most people do not attend to their roof unless there is a problem, such as a leaking roof. But the fact is, most problems can be addressed just by engaging in regular cleaning and maintenance. Regular Inspection, Cleaning and Maintenance Inspect your roof regularly as well as the ceilings of internal rooms to see if it needs any repair work done. Ensure your roof is clear from debris, leaves and twigs, especially the gutters. This is where most of the debris will go and over time your gutters will become clogged. Ideally, it is best to check your roof twice a year for any damage or wear and tear. Not only does this help…
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The Deli(gation) Counter Of Life – What’s On The Menu?

Post Delegation is a buzzword in today’s industry. Without it, life is twice as hard. Delegating power can do wonders for a business, from improving quality to appeasing employees and reducing worker turnover. If you can finally let go of the controls, then there is a bright future ahead. Delegating is more than asking someone to do you a favor. It has to be a partnership between both parties if it’s going to work. Mutual trust is the most important thing because you want to know that they will get the job done. From their point of view, they want the flexibility to use their creative talents. Bosses who haven’t done it before tend to find it difficult at first. Delegation is an art, and…
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3 Ways to Avoid Misrepresentation in Your Writing

Contributed Post Image via Pixabay Writers generally like to think that the tales they’re spinning with their words are going to contribute in some positive, if small, way to the world at large. In recent time, however, there has been growing concern about the veracity of the information shared via writers, news anchors, and other purveyors of insight and opinion. In the current climate, perhaps more than ever before, it’s important for every writer to maintain their integrity and guard themselves against accusations of unethical behaviour or spreading misinformation, by means of their writing. So, here are some ways you can avoid misrepresentation in your writing. Try to present the facts without the emotional or value-judgement overlay It’s often possible to tell within the first…
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How Technology Is Helping The Healthcare Sector

Contributed Post Healthcare is something we should be taking from strength to strength. Sure, we’ve come a long way since the dark ages, when people would have their dogs lick their wounds and we all believed in the four humours. In the modern day and age we know an awful lot more about why we shouldn’t drain people of their blood, and we know how to make our lives better by introducing some small changes to our lifestyles. But most of all, there’s a lot of new technology on the market and the horizon, and it’s being employed inside of our hospitals, clinics, and doctor offices. And with that, let’s look at a couple of the main ways technology is making the health sector better….
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