Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Four Little Tips for Better Business Travel

Someone once described business travel as a long commute that takes you to an office where you see a different set of cubicles and walls. While this is true to an extent, there are many things that you can do to make your business travel more enjoyable, such as using a company like Premier Limousine Inc. to transport you to and from the airport. In November 2013, Businessweek.com published the results of a survey that contained business travel tips. Following are a few of the tips that were contained in the survey.


Leave a Suitcase Behind

If you frequently travel to the same hotel, you might want to leave a packed suitcase with them. The suitcase would contain items like a change of business attire, overnight clothing, a toiletries bag, workout clothes, etc. If the hotel is willing to keep it for you, this eliminates the necessity of taking a cumbersome carry-on bag. If you can’t leave a packed bag at places you frequently visit, leave a packed bag at home. Then you don’t have to bother with packing it each time you get ready to leave.

Bring Clothespins

Curtains in hotel rooms don’t always shut tightly. When they don’t they can allow light into the room that can disturb your sleep. Try taking a few small clothes pins with you. Then you can clip the curtains together and keep the light out.


Pack Everything at the Same Time

Packing a few of your items early and a few immediately before you leave might cause you to forget some important things. Some executives have found it beneficial to dedicate a drawer or area specifically for travel items. In this drawer, store things like toiletries, a travel alarm, a change of clothes, extra cords, etc. Then when it is time to pack, pack everything all at once. This will help ensure you don’t forget anything.


Use a Checklist App

There are many checklist apps designed for smart phones. Dedicate one list to your travel needs. Make a list of items to pack as well as to do items such as remembering to call for a ride from a company like Premier Limousine Inc. Keeping the list and referring back to it every time you travel will help make the job of packing become routine.



This is a guest post provided to Me, Myself & the City for its readers.





Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Why Do We Need to Visit the Dentist?

Keeping our teeth and gums in healthy condition can prevent tooth decay, heart disease, and a handful of other conditions. While we can all do a great job maintaining adequate oral health through healthier eating and daily oral health habits, there are always things to improve upon. A family history of weak tooth enamel can increase the risk of tooth decay. Even people that have gone years without a cavity could suddenly experience a painful cavity out of the blue. Visiting the Orem dentist is one of the best things you can do for your oral health to prevent serious pain and problems from occurring.


What a Dentist Does


A dentist will receive proper training from a dental school. Their education and training allows them to understand how to detect and repair problems with tooth decay and other dental procedures. It is essential to your oral health to seek out the help of a dentist for dental treatment, but also for the prevention of tooth decay. A large number of people have found that failure to visit the dentist can easily lead to serious problems such as gum disease, tooth loss, and bone loss. 

Teeth Cleaning and Examinations


When you visit the dentist for the first time, they will take x-rays of the teeth to look for structural problems. The x-rays also help them to detect any tooth decay deep within a tooth. If the dentist does locate decay, they will bring you back for additional treatments that involve removing the decay and treating the area with a filling to replace the missing section of tooth. Failure to remove decay will cause it to grow until it destroys a tooth, and it can even infect the jawbone structure.

During the initial visit, the dentist will have a hygienist or assistant clean your teeth and gums. The dentist will then measure and check for signs of gum recession and gum disease. Gum disease is common among many patients that do not floss, or have poor eating and oral health habits. Many dentists find that early stages of gum disease can be reversed quickly. Advanced gum disease will require additional treatments, which are not always easy for a patient to undergo, as they can be painful. Schedule an appointment with your Orem dentist today to prevent such serious oral health issues from happening.



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Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Loving J. Co Donuts

My sister brought home two boxes of J. Co Donuts & Coffee over the weekend. This is the first time I've tried these famous donuts and now I can see what the fuss is all about. I often wondered why people patiently lined up to buy them at the mall and now that I've tasted it, I'm definitely gonna do the same. My sister bought the two boxes for just P500+ because it was the soft opening of their branch along UN. 

I liked all the flavors especially the Alcapone, Crunchy Crunchy, and Why Nut. I hope they'll have a delivery service soon since I don't like long queues. They have branches at SM MOA, Megamall, Greenbelt 3, Trinoma, Alabang Town Center, SM City Fairview, Eastwood, Glorietta 2, and Araneta Center.




Wednesday, November 13, 2013

How a Dentist Maintains and Enhances Your Smile

Dental procedures and services are very important both for the appearance of your teeth and smile, but also for the comfort of your mouth. If dental care is neglected, you may find yourself suffering from pain and discomfort in your teeth and gums when you try to eat, drink, and talk. In order to improve the comfort and confidence you have in your teeth, you can go to a dental office and take advantage of the services and procedures a dentist has to offer you. Here are the different procedures and services that many dentists offer their clients that can help you maintain and enhance your teeth.

 
Maintenance Procedures


Maintaining your teeth and gums is very important in preventing discomfort and painful problems in your mouth. Maintenance procedures include regular dental cleanings and examinations. Dentists recommend that you have cleanings and exams done at least once every year. Dental cleanings are important because it can be very difficult, if not impossible, to remove all of the plaque and build up on your teeth simply by brushing and flossing at home. Dental tools and professional knowledge make dental cleanings much more effective at completely cleaning your teeth. Additionally, exams are essential in identifying the beginnings of dental disease or decay so that these problems can be repaired early on before they have had a chance to escalate into more serious, extensive, and painful problems. These exams can save you from very expensive dental repair procedures necessary to maintaining your dental health and comfort.


Cosmetic Procedures


Additionally, dentists help you enhance the appearance of your teeth and your smile with cosmetic procedures. Teeth straightening and teeth whitening are two common cosmetic dental procedures that many people elect to have. If you have crooked teeth, you may be considering teeth straightening. Dentists can help you determine the severity of your crooked teeth and decide if you need to have traditional braces or clear braces to correct the problem. Additionally, teeth yellowing can negatively affect the appearance of teeth, so if you are interested in reversing the yellowing of teeth, you can go to the dentist who can perform teeth whitening procedures for you.



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Sunday, November 10, 2013

Nails For The Week

I have been really busy with work and other stuff that is why I do not seem to have the time to post anything here in my blog. I have to keep this really simple since I have tons of deadlines today. I cannot resist sharing the way my nails look for this week though. You know how much of a sucker I am for nail polishes, nail art and stickers etc.