Baby Product RecallWritten by Anna Henningsgaard
Products are recalled all time for posing a danger to people who use them. Even large, established companies have to make massive recalls, and when this happens we all notice. Who could have missed series of Ford recalls for rollovers, defective door latches, and then Ford fires? But for every high profile recall there are hundreds of smaller, less noisy recalls of dangerous products every day. Possibly most concerning of these are recalls of baby products. Your baby cannot tell you if he notices a problem with his high chair, and if you do not stay on top of recall notices you could be putting your baby in danger.
Child product recalls and baby product recalls are more common than we would like to think. Car seats, high chairs, strollers, and numerous other baby products are recalled frequently for different safety problems. Our first instinct when buying a new product for a baby is to tear it out of box and figure out how to set it up. Stop! Before you assemble that high chair or buckle in that car seat, fill out little papers that come in box and mail them in. These product registration cards are very important because they let company know you have their product. If company later becomes aware of a problem or danger with product, you will be first one to know.
Can and should people with regular jobs, work at home?Written by Purva Mewar
Yes of course they CAN! They should!! People, who already have a regular 9-5 job going for them, also must work at home if you ask me. Everyone who has a computer and access to internet should take up working at home. According to me, it’s a lateral concept. The next paragraph will clear my point of view.
Instead of saving like crazies, un-necessarily living with insecurity of “I may lose my job because of differences with my boss or downsizing in my company”, not being able to afford what you want, checking out better openings with better pay packet, having to prove yourself every time job, or boss changes…. It’s a tiring, unending, run-of-the-mill story. There may be many such reasons, I can’t think of right now.
Taking up a work at home business will put an end to all above problems. Basically, once you have a stream on income, other than regular office salary, insecurity becomes thing of past. And this extra income or home business is something you have full control over. The more hours you put in, better you earn. First few months are all work, work, and work without returns. But once you reach a certain level income starts and grows with each passing month.
God forbid but if circumstances compel you to quit your regular job, with your site/sites having reached Search Engine, you don’t have much to worry about. With initial 6-8 months of hard work gone into site – you are absolutely safe. Depending on income from your home business and your present needs start a new site and work on existing one/ take up a new job for some more time if need be. You can opt for either of combinations. In another 8 months you would have exceeded what you were drawing as salary from job. With two sites doing well, means a LOT of traffic!!