business is growing, it will be necessary to install a
safe, to keep your cash and sensitive documents secure. Business safes
come in all shapes and sizes, but there are two types you must choose
from: fire or theft.
safes are generally made to protect vital documents: private
information, deeds, stocks, and sensitive data. Your average legal document will be destroyed
at around 450 degrees Fahrenheit. Since a structure fire burns at
roughly 1300 degrees, a fireproof safe holds off an enormous amount
of heat. Fireproof safes keep documents cool by releasing moisture
into the interior. Depending on the level of fireproofing you choose, the safe you purchase will protect your files in
a burning building for a time span between 30 minutes to several
If you're in
the retail or restaurant industry, or handle a large influx of cash
each day, you will probably need a deposit safe to guard against
thieves. Deposit safes, unlike home safes, are firmly anchored to the
floor. They don't have the moisture releasing power of a fireproof
safe, but they do have sophisticated locking mechanisms that would
keep even a professional lock breaker busy for hours. No matter how
high-tech your safe may be, it should not be trusted to protect your
money overnight. Leave that level of security to the bank.
home security system is the best line of defense for your home, but
it's not the only way to protect your loved ones. Mother Nature has
clever security measures installed on thousands of bushes and plants.
Why not make them work for you?
One way to do
this is with your fence line. A chain link fence isn't much of a
deterrent on its own. But berry bushes, such as blackberries and
raspberries, grow fast, thick and thorny, and they love to climb.
Plant them along your fence line, and they will become so dense
and prickly, even the most experienced burglar wouldn't want to touch
Closer to the
house, choose low-growing spiny plants beneath windows and around
porches. Some great picks are rose and holly bushes. Check with your
local nursery to find out what grows best in your area. Plants that
are suited to your soil type and rainfall levels will flourish best,
with the least amount of fuss.
Take A Load
Off Your Child's Back
in all sizes, colors, fabrics, and shapes. When they are carried
properly, they're incredibly handy. As practical as backpacks are,
they can strain muscles, joints, and may cause back pain if they're
too heavy. Most doctors and physical therapists recommend that kids
carry no more than 10% to 15% of their body weight in their packs.
When a heavy
weight, such as a backpack filled with books, is incorrectly placed
on the shoulders, the weight's force can pull a child backward. To
compensate, a child may bend forward at the hips or arch the back,
which can cause the spine to compress unnaturally. The heavy weight
might cause some kids to develop shoulder, neck, and back pain.
Backpack To The Rescue!
There is a product
on the market that can help relieve the weight of a backpack. It's
called the Airbac.
come with a built-in "air cushion", that
nestle against the lower back and quite literally, take a load off.
It has a built-in air pump to put more air in whenever and wherever
The whole design alleviates the pressure pulling down on your
shoulders, while distributing weight more evenly throughout, and
resting more comfortably on your hips. For this backsaver,
you'll pay around $60.
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