3 Reasons Why You Should Nap in a Hammock (Not on a Couch!)Written by Pankaj andy
Have you ever marveled how life would be when mornings do not turn to nights, your stars remain at a fixed position and mountains and valleys run without twists and turns? It is droning to be part of such a world and drooping to lead this kind of life. So when we admire flexibility and relish curves and curvatures in life, how can we fritter away most delightful moments i.e. time we relax and fantasize by squatting or lying on a stiff and a so called stubborn sofa or a couch? Let us delve into three good reasons to nap in a hammock and not on a couch…
·The best place to stretch and take a nap is in open, in lap of nature on a hammock. All worries and melancholy take flight when gushing winds from East and West embrace you. A small nap can be an experience of a paradise when you swing in your hammock and tender breeze cuddles you. Only a hammock can give you this feel, charisma, ecstasy of cloud nine. Hammocks provide you with a harmonious sleep at any and every place. All one requires are any two poles or trees available free of cost to tie hammock. Couches are immobile. You have to employ tremendous energy and labor to take your couch out to get baked in sun on a bright winter morning. Not just this but many a times on a couch you wake up with a stiff and aching back that leads you cursing your nap entire day. Hammocks are supple. It provides you just right amount of space to adjust yourself. A hammock cocoons you making your nap all more unflustered and carefree. Hey you can even enjoy a drink unwinding yourself in a hammock!
Out Source Data Entry, Data Conversion jobs to IndiaWritten by Mukesh Patel
"One of big advantages to outsourcing is flexibility--it can be a lot easier to cut back on a vendor than an employee. (Think of how you would feel if you had to tell an employee who is dependent on their job that you only need them half-time now.) Another advantage is that you don't have to become an expert in every particular area--you can depend on outsourced company to be expert.
Perhaps most positive thing about outsourcing is its ability to save you money. This will, of course, depend on size of your company and what specific tasks you outsource, but in general, if you think it through, you can save money. For example, my company outsources IT services (help desk, computer support and maintenance), and we pay significantly less than we'd pay for a full-time IT person to give us same level of support. We also outsource our bookkeeping and office administration, with similar savings. As we grow, we'll continue to reevaluate these decisions--it may be that business case for IT outsourcing remains good as we grow but that we might eventually hire someone to offload other work from our current people, and since we would be paying them anyway, we could get them to do bookkeeping as well.
There are some definite advantages to outsourcing. Contract work is often cheaper--especially if you opt for off-shore development. You hire people only for specific tasks. You can keep adjusting size of your team to fit your current needs and budget.