Mothers of Home Based Business, don't be afraid of marketing globally.

Written by Miha Thornton

Beforerepparttar Internetrepparttar 149244 thought of marketing a product to a foreign country, to people who spoke a foreign language was, well something that small marketers from home didn't contemplate very much.

Imagine beforerepparttar 149245 Internet how difficult it would be to sell a Barbie Doll from Kmart to a buyer in Russia, Singapore or Eastern Europe.

Just to reach a potential customer with your ad is almost overwhelming when you think about how you'd try to do it.

Then accept payment in that foreign currency and executerepparttar 149246 rest ofrepparttar 149247 transaction.

Fast forward now torepparttar 149248 age ofrepparttar 149249 Internet and suddenly advertising your Barbie doll to a foreign person in a foreign country who'll be paying in foreign currency can be a mere formality.

And it's not just restricted to Barbie Dolls. The sky isrepparttar 149250 limit.

The main online companies that make all this possible and incredibly easy and efficient are google, ebay, paypal, and yahoo. There are other players like clickbank who can also help if you're dealing in instantly downloadable products.

Between these five are allrepparttar 149251 resources and tools you need to target and push your message further than you ever thought possible.

Internet Marketing in 2005 is all about niche marketing. Finding a not so crowded niche that you can hone your skills and interests to make money online and at home is becoming more and more popular.

What about creating a niche by targeting a foreign market?

All you need is a friend or acquaintance or someone you pay on an hourly basis who can speakrepparttar 149252 language you're targeting.

Plus, a computer with an operating system that can read and write inrepparttar 149253 targeted language. Once you have these two criteria, you're most ofrepparttar 149254 way there.

Understanding sleep for healthier living and getting the job done

Written by Miha Thornton

It's always intriguing to hearrepparttar latest survey related to sleep.

And they all have one thing in common and that is people are much better off gettingrepparttar 149243 recommended hours for healthier living.

That doesn't come as anything new but what arerepparttar 149244 prescribed hours we should be sleeping each night and what actually happens when we lay down and close our eyes every night.

Sleep for human beings is divided into two distinct states; "REM" (rapid eye movement) also called light or active, and "NREM" (non rapid eye movement), also called deep or quiet sleep.

When adults fall asleep we generally slip straight into NREM sleep.

Our bodies become motionless, breathing (becomes) is shallow and regular, our muscles relax and for all money we (are) become "out to it". After about ninety minutes our brain begins to "wake up" and starts functioning on a different level, this is when we enter REM sleep.

During REM, our brain, it could be said, "exercises", we dream, fidget, roll over, moan and talk in our sleep, even adjustrepparttar 149245 blankets without fully awakening. When we wake duringrepparttar 149246 night, either for no apparent reason or to go torepparttar 149247 bathroom it is from this REM state.

The average adult during a normal eight hour sleep takes seven minutes to fall asleep and spends around two hours in REM sleep and six hours in NREM sleep, rotating betweenrepparttar 149248 two states about every ninety minutes.

Infants onrepparttar 149249 other hand, especially young babies, enter sleep through an initial twenty or thirty minutes in REM.

This explains why a lot of people especially babysitters and people unfamiliar with babies sleeping patterns go to painstaking, meticulous and sometimes bizarre lengths to get baby off to sleep - only to have her suddenly wake when it looks likerepparttar 149250 "deals done".

If efforts were to continue for an extra twenty or thirty minutes until baby has entered NREM sleep there is a far greater chance that baby will stay asleep.

One would recognizerepparttar 149251 transition from NEM to NREM sleep. Spasmodic twitches, muscle tightness, grimaces and even sleep grins would gradually give way to an overall limpness with breathing becoming more regular and shallow. If baby needs to be moved it's better to wait for her to reach NREM state as she can be easily woken whilst in REM sleep.

Young babies spend approximately half their sleeping time in REM, dropping off to about twenty five percent byrepparttar 149252 time they reach four years of age. Infants sleep cycles occur about every sixty minutes (that is going from light sleep to deep sleep then back to light sleep).

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