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Holistic Businesses – Don’t Follow This Example

Financial transactions are as much about building relationships as they are spending money, so I have to admit, I do get a little peeved when I spend money and then feel disrespected by the company I’ve paid.

A few years ago we used to buy our food from the local superstore. We’d spend on average around £4500 a year there.

I’ve shopped with this superstore for my entire adult life and therefore spent in the region of £76500 in their premises.

But then I noticed their quality had dropped. The apples in the store were bruised. The tins were getting more dented. The tortilla wraps had begun sticking together, the pitta bread had holes in them and they had begun to have items they used to have in stock, regularly out of stock.

I wrote to the local branch. Three weeks later, when they hadn’t replied, so I wrote to their Head Office. Funnily enough, they didn’t reply either. So I assumed that perhaps ignoring customer’s complaints was now company policy. I also noticed that nothing had improved in the store.

I suppose my £4500 a year is quite small compared to their annual profit of £2.65 billion. And I suppose losing my custom doesn’t really mean that much to them.

However, this got me thinking…

I’d been wrestling with food miles and the environmental stuff for quite some time. I know that my veg, even if grown locally will probably go to somewhere like Germany to get packaged before it will return to the UK and go on a shelf.

I know all this is not good for the environment. I know how superstores are now able to dictate pricing to suppliers and even influence town planning. I don’t necessarily like the idea of 180 new superstores being opened in the UK in the next 18 months. But I do accept there are some benefits to having these stores as part of the diversity of our culture.

But having said all that, when a company fails to value the relationship with a customer, then the customer is probably right to review the relationship with the company.

So I considered the food miles and the environment and the growth of the superstores and came to the conclusion… It was time to grow my own food, get my own chickens, shop where it is most convienients and buy local.

When we spend money in our my local economy, most of it stays in your local economy, but when you spend it at a superstore, very little of it returns.

Since I live in the countryside and am surrounded by farmers – some of whom I know – I’d prefer to line their pockets than people who do not value my relationship with them.

I’d love to know your take on this.

Best
Neil

Checkout Supermarket Jobs For An Excellent Career

They were once the preserve of teenagers looking to earn some extra spending money for their nights out with friends but, over the years, things have changed. Today, many adults choose supermarket jobs as useful part time positions to supplement their income, whilst others have them as their only job, in ever more financially challenging times.

For those looking at starting out in work for the first time or, should they have suffered from redundancy, looking at an industry that always has been and always will be resilient to economic conditions, supermarket jobs are a sensible choice. People will always have to eat and drink of course and require the basic necessities of life.

No matter what position somebody is working in, there is always the chance of progression for the staff. It is normal of course to start in a very junior, or entry level position. From stacking shelves, working on the tills, or bagging shopping however, there is a world of opportunity.

Many store managers and regional managers have had their first exposure through having a weekend job as a teen for example. Things go a good deal further than this though. In many areas in a modern grocery store, there are a great many different departments; delicatessens, bakeries, wines and spirits for example. Working in such departments brings a great deal of knowledge and experience.

Specialist knowledge learned in this way and from a recognized name in the sector always looks good on a person’s work history. Interest in a subject is also fuelled, which in itself could provide a great incentive to look at other careers which would otherwise not have been considered.

The giants in the sector are fast becoming providers of a great many other customer services away from mainstream groceries too; such as in the banking, insurance and home entertainment markets. Because of the multi faceted ways in which supermarkets present themselves today, working there can open up a wide range of careers to choose from.

As with working in any other environment, it is important to work hard and have a good attitude to be recognized and in so doing, be preferred for progression as and when openings come available. Supermarket jobs are always available no matter the area and, whilst they are often advertised online of course, there is still no better way to land on than going directly to the store and asking.

Buying A Cat From A Shelter – Secrets To Finding The Best Kitty

Buying a cat from a shelter is a great idea because there are millions of wonderful kittens and adult cats waiting for someone to adopt them. It just takes a little extra sleuthing to be sure you are getting the right feline friend for your home.

When you bring a cat home from a shelter you can pat yourself on the back because will be giving a cat or kitten in need a much needed chance to have a happy home. In many cases you will literally be saving their lives.

These days you may not even have to visit the shelter to adopt because they are being very proactive about getting kitties out to where the people are. Such outreach programs can be found at adoption centers in pet superstores, at fares and festivals and even on busy street corners and in office buildings.

Shelter workers will question the person surrendering the kitty for as much information about it as they can get but that’s not always a lot. So you’ll have to rely on your and their observations of the animal in question to decide if this cat will make a good friend for you in your home.

Start by getting a feel for the temperament of the animal. Is it outgoing or does it sit in the back of the room and hope no one notices it. If it’s outgoing does it play well with the other animals there or does it bully and dominate the other cats. Neither situation is “Wrong” but it will tell you a bit about how this cat will behave in your home.

Well socialized kittens can play easily in nearly any surroundings so a kitten who is awake but hiding in a corner or who is obviously frightened of you should send off warning bells.

Adult cats are more reserved so you’ll have to give them a bit more leeway because even the nicest, most friendly cat in the world can be miserable and disoriented in the cages of a shelter. But in general an adult cat who is used to people will be friendly and inquisitive towards you.

Be sure to check for signs of good health, then ask for all the information the shelter staff have on the animals you are interested in. They will have a file on each cat or kitten containing all they found out from the person who surrendered the cat as well as vet results and their own observations.

How to Choose the Best Preschool Curriculum for Your Child

So many mommies seek to find the most efficient preschool curriculum for teaching their precious preschooler.

I admit I was one of them. When my little girl was three years old, I began my quest. I wanted to be the best mommy ever, giving her a head start in academics. Especially reading!

A dear friend of mine, settled my anxious heart by simply saying, “take it easy, at her age there’s no need to buy expensive curriculum, just go to a superstore and pick out a $7.99 preschool skill builder workbook, find free preschool activities online and make it fun!”

I took my friend’s advice, bought a few books, found some preschool websites and had lots-n-lots of fun building wonderful memories in which I want to share with you.

Our preschool schedule was easy and flexible. I used the skill builder activity book three days a week. In addition to that, we did lots of reading, singing, fun puzzles, educational videos, and explored several online websites together. I used it all as preschool curriculum. But really it was just time spent playing with her, guided by an educational purpose.

I planned two or three activities a day. The time that I spent in teaching was no more than 10 to 20 minute intervals. Just enough to keep her attention on the subject at hand, and then we moved on to “non-playing” tasks.

However, during our “non-playing” tasks, learning was taking place too. After all there was homemaking skills to acquire. (grin) When Jamie and I went to the grocery store I made it a learning experience for example: “Jamie, please count how many milk cartons we have in our buggy. You are right! 1-2-3-4-5 ” – “What sound do you hear in the word egg?” eh, eh, eh,ggg? – “Will you get 5 round oranges for me and place them in this clear bag?”

When we did laundry, I had her sort the clothes by color. When she took a bath, we would play name that sound with a set of foam alphabet letters and so forth.

One thing I want to emphasize though, descriptive language is very important in teaching your preschooler. Talk to your child in such a way you would an adult using the proper names and descriptions for objects and experiences. Children have a natural affinity for learning. If you present them with intelligible words, their vocabulary and speech will grow abundantly. You can give your child a heads up in English class by simply starting now at the preschool age!

I learned very quickly in the early years of parenting, that a preschool child learns best in a relaxed atmosphere. When mommy smiles, speaks with a pleasant voice, and spends time playing with her child there is a special kind of bonding that takes place… the bond of love. So, let me gently remind you when irritation arises within, give yourself an attitude check and refocus your thoughts and lower your tone of voice. Your child will not only learn early academics from you but also godly character. (big smiles)

To sum it up… let me pass on the advice of which my friend gave me, take it easy during the preschool age. Buy some skill builder books, bookmark a few websites and make the learning atmosphere relaxed and fun!

Your preschooler will love being read to, seeing things, making things, creating things, talking about everything, asking questions and playing outdoors. Remember… enjoy this bonding time with them for it truly a blessing!

Listed below are a few items I’ve used with my first born. Please don’t spend too much money on preschool curriculum you can get creative and find good resources for very little money online or at your local superstore. Don’t forget to use the library too; their books are free but only for a little while!

Suggestive Preschool Resources to Used

Preschool Skill Builder/Activity Books

Preschool Comprehensive Curriculum of Basic Skills – From School Specialty Children’s Publishing. We used this workbook a lot. The pictures are rich in color, and perforated. Subjects include reading, mathematics, language arts, and writing. ISBN 1-56189-374-9

My Heavenly Helper Preschool Skill Builder and Activity Guide – McGraw Hill Children’s Publisher offers a skill builder activity book that I found very helpful in teaching Bible lessons to my preschooler. This particular workbook focuses on concepts such as the alphabet, numbers, colors, shapes, sequencing, same and difference. Pages are perforated black and white. ISBN 0-7696-2907-5

A Must Have Preschool Educational Video

Letter Factory Video by Leap Frog – This particular pre-reading video is a must have for preschoolers. I recently noticed our local library with a copy. But I suggest you buy a copy for your family library. Your preschooler will learn letters, phonics and listening skills in no time. Creative production to say the least. ISBN 0-7907-8894-2

Free Preschool Curriculum Found Online

Starfall.com – An “absolutely” free website that teaches children to read. Perfect for preschooler too. You can put your preschooler in your lap and click through the alphabet shows. Be sure to let them click your mouse, they’ll love discovering they can interact with the show! FREE printables too.

LetteroftheWeek.com – Letter of the Week was written and compiled by Katrina Lybbert. She created this site from her experiences teaching her 4 children at home. She offers free preschool curriculum. If you have children younger than preschool, you’ll find her website very useful too.

Trampoline Superstore – Which One to Choose?

With so many choices, which trampoline to choose? There are several key factors to consider before purchasing a trampoline. The first of course is your budget. How much money do you want to invest in purchasing a trampoline? Do you want to buy a new or used one? Are you going to pay for the trampoline in full, with a credit card or do you need to find a store that will do financing.

If your budget dictates a used one there are several places you can look for used trampolines:

• Garage Sales
• Craigslist
• Newspaper

Once your budget and method of payment are worked out; next is to consider which features that are important to you. Take it from my experience, it’s a disappointment to buy the wrong sized trampoline, and not know it until it’s assembled and not able to be used.

Key factors to consider before purchasing a trampoline.

• Location where the trampoline will be used. This will help determine the size to purchase.

• Will you be using the trampoline indoors or outdoors? If outdoors is the location level? Can the trampoline be staked into the ground or tied town during strong winds? Is it allowed by the home owners association? Does your city or town require a permit?

• Who will assemble the trampoline? Even the super easy to assemble ones need two people when it comes time to pull the springs onto the frame.

• Ages of people that will use the trampoline

• How many people will be using the trampoline

• Size and weight of the people who will be using the trampoline

Popular trampoline brands and features:

Kid’s Trampoline with Handle Bar- recommended manufacturer age range 4-6, steel frame and handle that is covered with foam, easy to assemble, light weight, portable (can be move from room to room), can be used indoors or outdoors.

Bravo Sports 12 Foot Trampoline with safety enclosure- W shaped legs, rust resistant steel frame, easy to assemble, good size for young or single child active play, used outdoor, maximum weight 250lbs.

Sports Power My First Trampoline with Enclosure- ages 3-6 years, max weight 100 lbs, safety enclosure has padded poles, good for indoor or outdoor use.

Skywalker Trampolines- available in several models, sky walker 8 food round trampoline, Skywalker 12 foot round trampoline with safety enclosure, Skywalker 14 foot round trampoline, and Skywalker 15 foot trampoline with safety enclosure. Designed for use by people over age of 6, weight capacity 250, 16 gauge steel, zipper on safety enclosure.

With all the items that clutter up our garages and backyards, why add one more “toy”. Unlike many other exercise or “toys”, trampolines have been studied for years by researchers. Many of them are in the sports specialists for athletes and child behavoralists and psychologists. However the benefits are not just for children, adults can use trampolines too. Best of all while reaping all the benefits its fun not formal exercise or work, its fun entertainment!

Some of the main benefits of jumping in trampolines include:

• Helps to develop and improve balance. Because as people jump the center of gravity changes which requires their brain, muscles and senses to adjust.

• Improved coordination, muscle control, agility, rhythm. Because when we jump both the right and left sides of the brain to function together. Using the brain bilaterally improves timing and enhances motor skills that may be more difficult to “practice” in other ways.

• Keeps active children in an enclosed and safe environment. Best of all it keeps your kids close to home not out wandering neighborhood where trouble can find them.

• Builds self confidence for less active, athletic children.

• Can reduce stress, and promote weight loss