Spotlight: Carmen Perez Morales

Spotlight: Carmen Perez Morales

Hoy el turno es para una de nuestras miembros de la Red Melog de profesión Odontologa Carmen Perez quien además de sus conocimientos en el area de la salud bucal nos ofrece la oportunidad de participar en una rifa de una crema dental con ingredientes: blanqueadores sin agentes químicos nocivos al esmalte,antiinflamatorio, aliento fresco y es certificada kocher. Además vendrá acompañada de unos jabones de la misma calidad para aquellas personas que más ayuden a difundir su página

Aquí les compartimos una breve reseña histórica acerca de ella:

Hola soy Carmen Perez, de origen cubana que emigró a este maravilloso país que es Canada desde el año 2006. Odontologa de profesión.
Fui Odontologa en mi país natal por mas de quince años ,y aquí en Canadá estudie como asistente dental , labor que desempeñe como primera experiencia laboral aqui en este hermoso País . Actualmente y desde hace dos años soy empresaria independiente de Amway negocio de última tecnológia de multi niveles, se me hizo muy fácil entender en que consistía porque todos sus productos son de máxima calidad , orgánicos y económicos además que son perfectos para nuestro consumo o de regalo para amigos y familiares. Adjunto los links donde veran a continuación algunos de los productos de esta maravillosa compañía y si estan interesados en una demostración especifica de alguno de ellos me pueden llamar al 613-818-2537 o ir a mi sitio web or en Facebook Amway Carmen Perez Morales.

Spotlight: Magdalena Morataya

Spotlight: Magdalena Morataya

Las bellas creaciones de nuestra miembro MELOG Magdalena Morataya. Un excelente regalo para cualquier ocasión.

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12 Commandments for Parents

In a child’s education an important factor is the parents’ expertise for this “job”. No one is born holding all the knowledge, but we can learn and understand some things from books or advice from qualified persons.

Amongst the commandments a parent should strictly follow are the following:

  1. Do not underestimate your child – he can understand more than you think he does and if you make him believe you think poorly of him this might affect his development.
  2. Do not use threat – a child loves a challenge and once threatened he might probably go on and do what he wasn’t suppose to just to see if he can escape the punishment.
  3. Do not bribe your child – if you are trying to get him to learn for money for example, he will fail to understand the importance of learning, all he will get from this is the importance of money.
  4. Do not make a small child promise something – small children can’t hold promises so don’t force them to lie and then punish them because they did that.
  5. Do not keep them under a short leash – to grow up normally children need some space, some freedom.
  6. Do not use big words or too many words when you are talking to your child – keep your ideas simple and concise so he can understand every thing you have to say.
  7. Do not expect an immediate and blind obedience – it is not recommended, the child has to be learned to think for his own not to follow orders.
  8. Do not indulge him too much – he can develop compartmental disorders.
  9. Do not compromise when it comes to the rules of a game – the trick of a game is to educate the child to respect its initial rules.
  10. Do not impose rules that don’t go with the age of your child.
  11. Do not try to inflict quilt – quilt is not an appropriate feeling for children, especially if they are little.
  12. Don’t give your child orders that you don’t take seriously – your child will try to please you and giving him an order is drastic, and it becomes cruel if that order is a joke.

All these “commandments” are addressed first to the parent. But they are to be referred to by teachers and educators as well. Along with the parents, they will settle upon an attitude and strategy for the education and growth of the child, so that they can give him all the things he needs to properly develop emotional and physically.

Organic Gardening

Organic gardening is the exact same as regular gardening except that no synthetic fertilizers or pesticides are used.  This can make certain aspects difficult, such as controlling disease, insects, and weeds.  Organic gardening also requires more attention to the soil and the many needs of plants.

Organic gardening starts with the soil.  Gardeners must add organic matter to the soil regularly in order to keep the soil productive.  In fact, compost is essential to the healthiness and well-being of plants grown organically.  Compost can be made from leaves, dead flowers, vegetable scraps, fruit rinds, grass clippings, manure, and many other things.  The ideal soil has a dark color, sweet smell, and is full of earthworms.  Some soil may need more natural additives than regular compost can give, such as bone meal, rock phosphates, or greensand.  A simple soil test will tell you the pH balance and which nutrients you will need to use.

One thing that makes even gardeners that are very serious about organic gardening reach for pesticides is insects on their plants.  The best way to defend plants against insects is to take preventative measures.  One thing that can be done is to make sure plants are healthy and not too wet or dry because insects usually attack unhealthy plants and if healthy, they can often outgrow minor insect damage.  A variety of plant types is a good idea to keep pests of a particular plant type from taking out the entire garden.

Perhaps the best way to defend against insects is to make your garden enticing to insect predators, such as ladybugs, birds, frogs, and lizards.  You can do this by keeping a water source nearby or by growing plants that attract insects who feed on nectar.  Other ideas are sticky traps, barriers, and plant collars.  There are some household items that prevent against insects too, like insecticidal soaps, garlic, and hot pepper.

To avoid plant disease in organic gardening, choose disease resistant plants and plant them in their prime conditions.  Many diseases will spread because of constant moisture and bad air circulation, so the site of your garden and the way it is watered can help ensure against diseases.

Weeds can be an annoying and frustrating part of organic gardening.  Organic mulch can act as a weed barrier, but for even better protection put a layer of newspaper, construction paper, or cardboard under the mulch.  Corn meal gluten will slow the growth of weeds if spread early in the season before planting, as does solarization.  There’s also the old-fashioned art of hoeing and hand pulling that always works.  Your best bet in weed prevention is persistence.  Mulch well and pull and hoe what you can; after a few seasons you can beat the weeds for good.

Organic gardening is an excellent way to assure that your plants will be free and clear of all pesticides and, if taken care of properly, will be as healthy as possible.  Organic gardening may take a little more time and care than regular gardening, but after gardeners get the hang of it and figure out all the quirks of their garden, it is definitely worth the extra time.

Is it a Good Idea to Sell Your Home Yourself?

Are you thinking about selling your home? Have you been thinking of selling it by yourself instead of hiring a real estate agent? There are several advantages of selling your home yourself, but there are disadvantages as well. To make it easier for you to make a decision find the most important pros and cons below. 

The most important PRO for selling your home yourself is MONEY. †Selling your home without the help of an agent means more Money in your pocket!

By selling it yourself you save the commissions and fees. – We are not talking about pennies, we are talking about THOUSANDS of dollars which you would have to pay an agent.

Another advantage is that you are able to decide the times for open houses and showings. It is also completely up to you where and when you want to advertise.

Unlike a real estate agent who is selling many houses, you can focus on YOUR house, because you are only selling your own house. It is obvious that you will have more interest in the sale than an agent.

But as mentioned above there are also disadvantages selling your house yourself. Real estate agents are paid a lot of money for a reason. Selling a home takes a lot of energy and time. Dealing with potential buyers, open houses, closing sales and of course dealing with legal issues. Real estate agents are familiar with all the above and their experience can impact the sale.

Be realistic when making a decision! Will you drop everything to make a showing? Do you think you are indeed a good negotiator and ask for an offer? Are you 100% sure you are able to close a deal?  Selling a home is a big project! It is not everyone who can take on such a big project and can stay calm and professional when dealing with buyers.

Selling your home is not impossible, but it is a challenge. If this challenge excites you and if you are willing to learn then it is not impossible managing selling your home without the help of an agent. With some know-how and a lot of energy you can sell your house without the help of a real estate agent and save thousands.

So how to start? Sit down and start evaluating your house. Finding the right price is the first and most important step when selling your home yourself.