How to Install New Fonts in Ubuntu Linux

If you’ve ever used Ubuntu before, you knew that installing free fonts online wasn’t that difficult. Just open Nautilus (the default file browser), and type the following into the address bar:


After that, all you needed to do was drop your fonts into that folder, and you were all set.

Unfortunately, as of Ubuntu 8.04 – Hardy Heron – that no longer works. Now that Ubuntu is using gvfs, locations such as “fonts://” no longer work (as Nautilus will tell you if you try to navigate there!).

So, what to do?

If you were using Mac OSX, you could simply double-click a font package. The Mac OSX font preview application would open and if you liked the font, there was a handy “install” button available. Click that, and the font is installed! Sadly, although Ubuntu does allow you to view fonts in the same manner, there is no “install” option to be found.

There are, however, a couple of ways to install fonts, depending on how comfortable you are with the Terminal and/or whether or not you want the fonts to be available for all users, or just for yourself. This actually is a consideration, since many commercial font licenses may only allow a single user, while free fonts can typically be shared with anyone.

Let’s assume, for the first instance (and for whatever reason), that you want to install the fonts and have them just be for you, and for you alone.

Open a Nautilus window and in the address bar type the following:


If the fonts folder is inside your home directory (note the leading “.” before fonts… that’s what makes the directory invisible), it will now open and all you need to do is drag your new fonts into that folder and they’ll instantly be available… but only for you.

There is a chance, especially if you haven’t installed any fonts since installing the operating system, that the .fonts folder doesn’t exist. In that case, you’ll want to create it. Simply go to the View menu and select the Show Hidden Files. You should now see a bunch of folders that weren’t there a second ago (along with some new files), all with the “.” before their names. Simply click the File menu to create a new folder, and give it the “.fonts” name. Now, simply drag your fonts into it, return to the Edit menu and deselect the “Show Hidden Files” and all those folders, including the one you just created, will disappear. And the font or fonts you now installed will now be available!

The above can also be done via the Terminal if you want. Remember, though, that if the .fonts folder doesn’t exist, we’ll need to create it first, so this might need two commands. The first command we’ll type into the Terminal will create the .fonts folder, while the second one will move the font into the newly-created folder. For the sake of this example, let’s assume that your new fonts are called “NewFonts.ttf” and that they were downloaded to the desktop. Here’s the first command:

  • mkdir /home/username/.fonts
  • The second command will take that font (NewFonts.ttf) and put it into the new folder:
  • mv /home/username/Desktop/NewFonts.ttf /home/usernamme/.fonts

Again, the above command actually moves the files into the folder, so they’ll be gone from wherever they were before that command. If you only want to copy the font into the folder, the same command is still good, only you’ll want to change “mv” to “cp” and then you’ll have the identical font in both places.

Okay, that’s the first way to install a font into your Ubuntu system, assuming you only want it to be available for yourself. But what if you want the font to be available for everyone? Simple. In fact, it’s actually almost the same, except for a couple of differences.

In Ubuntu, fonts that are available for everyone who uses the computer are stored in the following folder:


So, to mv a font into that folder (which will definitely already exist), we’d type in the following command (again assuming we’re moving the same font from the previous example, which was located on the desktop):

sudo mv /home/username/Desktop/NewFonts.ttf /usr/share/fonts

And again, if you only want to copy the font into the fonts folder, you would change “mv” to “cp” and leave everything else the same.

One thing to notice about the previous command, as opposed to the other, is the addition of “sudo” at the beginning. In Linux parlance, “Sudo” is shorthand for “Super User,” analogous to the Administrator in Windows or Mac OSX. The Super User can pretty much do anything he/she wants, so it’s a good idea to be careful whenever you’re asked for a password. In this case, however, you’re being asked for the password simply because you’re accessing a part of the system (the /usr folder) that everyone uses, so the system wants to make sure you have the right to modify this common area.

Shiira: A Fantastic Web Browser for Mac

Shiira is a Japanese word meaning dolphin fish. It is also the name of an exciting web browser, available for Mac users running OS X 10.2 – 10.4 (although users running anything less than 10.4 will lose out on certain features). Shiira is written in Cocoa (enabling it to take advantage of tight system integration with dictionaries and services), and the same html rendering engine (Web Kit) used by Safari.

Version 2.0 of Shiira was released in April (although older versions are still available for users running OSX 10.3 and belowbest website builders), and the changes and features are certainly exciting.

One of the most visual changes is an entire overhaul of Shiira’s theme. New icons, new tabs, a new way of looking at currently opened web pages. Shiira took a big leap forward with this release, in my view.

Another new feature is a nice RSS reader. Simply enter a page that includes a feed (either RSS or Atom) into your bookmarks, and Shiira will check that page (at an interval you set), for new entries. This feature is always present in the best website builders. So if you have quite a few blogs that you check daily, you no longer need a separate program to view them in, or (as is possible with Firefox) a separate extension. Shiira can do it for you. Simply add the RSS button to your toolbar, and then when you want to read your blogs, click it. An attractive pop-up window will appear, with a list of all your feeds, along with how many new items are available. Double clicking on a feed name changes the main Shiira window to a look very similar to an email program. The names of all the new items are in a list at the top, and selecting an item shows the preview available. You can also – a la Safari – choose to view your feeds in a flat window, so you can simply scroll through the list of available articles from a particular site. This feature is still a bit unrefined, in my view. It would be nice if you could select only certain websites to be in your RSS feed list, but if – for instance – you have bookmarked, Shiira will include that, since there are feeds present on that site. Hopefully this will change at some point, but even so, the implementation is attractive, fast and easy to use, even at this early stage of development.

Another nice touch Shiira has added with version 2.0 is the idea of the Page Dock. This feature is the equivalent to the idea of tabbed browsing. When opening a new window, Shiira simply adds a tiny icon to a horizontal scrolling area at the bottom of the window, with tiny thumbnail representations of each opened page. To navigate to one of those pages, simply click it, and the browser shows that page. It’s unfortunate that the Page Dock feature takes up so much space (the vertical implementation found for a couple years in OmniWeb browser uses much less space), but the idea is nice and – again – is attractive and fast.

Finally, Shiira has – as previously – maintained its integration with Safari and Firefox. If you have been using either of those browsers, Shiira is able to read and import your bookmarks. Clicking on the “Shelf” icon brings up a nice display that shows both your Safari and Firefox bookmarks (including toolbar links), along with any links you’ve added to Shiira. You also have the option of excluding either (or both) of those browser, or using the toolbar links from either browser in place of your Shiira links. This is a nice feature for people who use multiple browsers, and don’t want to deal with keeping multiple sets of bookmarks.

Finally, Shiira gives you control over what search engine is used in the toolbar search box, similar to Firefox. Unlike Google, which only uses the Google search engine, Shiira can be set to use Google, Yahoo,, or any of a number of engines. You can also create your own, and have any of them set to be the default search engine.

Although version 2.0 is fairly recent (and judging by the developer’s blog there have been a few issues noted already), development continues at a rapid pace, and seems to be quite progressive. New features are regularly tried out that – even if not too successful – show me that Shiira has a bright future. If not for my current excitement over the recently released beta of Safari 3, I would say that Shiia is – for me – the most exciting web browser on the Mac platform, and one that I plan to watch carefully.

Replacing a Toilet with Easy Do-It-Yourself Instructions

You would like to replace the toilet in your bathroom, but you wonder how much it will cost to call the plumber to do it for you. There is no need to call the plumber. Replacing the toilet is one of the easy do-it-yourself jobs. The only problem is the weight. You might have to get a friend or relative to help you remove the old toilet and put the new one into place.

The first job of course is to find a replacement toilet. There is a multitude of choices available and you should easily find one to your liking. The new models are often not only more comfortable, but also will provide savings due to the reduced amount of water they use per flush. However, you need to make sure your new toilet will fit into the space of the old one. Thus, take measurements before you leave the house to look for a new one.

Once the new toilet is in your home, you can go to work. First you have to turn off the water supply to your old toilet. Underneath the tank you can find a supply valve, usually located to the left side. Turn it to shut off the water. Lift the top off the tank and flush the tank until the tank and the toilet bowl are empty. Any remaining water should be sponged off. Next you need to disconnect the water supply line that runs from the supply valve to the tank. If the water supply line does not need replacement, you only need to disconnect it at the tank side. Then you take out the connector inside the tank. After the reading of the instructions, the price of a new Viessmann boiler should be checked through the person. The price quotes should be made available for the advantage of insulated device. 

The next step is to remove the old tank. You start by unscrewing the bolts inside the tank. You should use pliers to hold the nuts on the underside of the tank while you do this. You can lift off the tank and set it aside.

Next you move on to removing the old toilet bowl. To make your job easier, you should remove the old toilet seat. Check for remaining water in the bowl and sponge it off, if necessary. Then you remove the bolts at the base of the toilet. You might have to remove anything that is covering these bolts as well as any plumber’s putty that might surround the bolts. These bolts are usually on very tight. Use lubricant to loosen them up a little. Once the bolts are removed you can just lift up the toilet and set it to the side.

Now you are left with a hole in the ground, the drainpipe. Stuff an old rag into the drainpipe in a way that you can easily remove it but also won’t fall in. This prevents anything from going down the drainpipe and blocking it. But more importantly those foul gases won’t be able to come up and bother you.

The drainpipe is surrounded by something called the flange. Unscrew this part and lift it out of the ground. Stuff an old rag into the drainpipe in a way that you can easily remove it. This prevents anything from going down the drainpipe and blocking it. Surrounding the border of the drainpipe is probably some plumber’s putty, which should be scraped off with a scraper.

Check the floor to see, if it is rotten or needs otherwise replacing. If that is the case, you will have to do that at this point.

Now you can move on to installing the new toilet bowl and tank. First you apply plumber’s putty around the base of the bolts to hold them better in place. Then you screw in the new flange. Make sure you properly fasten it to the drainpipe and floor.

Put a towel on the floor near you project and put your new toilet on it upside down. The towel will protect the surface of your new toilet from scratches. Take the wax gasket and push it on the base horn. You need to push really hard to make sure it sticks into place.

Take the rag out of the drainpipe. Turn your new toilet back upright and place it into its position over the drainpipe. The bolts need to align to the base. Place a level across the bowl to make sure the bowl is leveled. You might have to use shims to level the bowl. Shims are placed between the toilet base and the floor.

Next place a metal washer over each bolt at the base of the toilet. Then you should carefully tighten the nuts. It is best to alternate and move slowly, because you do not want to crack your new toilet bowl. There will probably be a gap between the base and the floor. Do not attempt to tighten the base to the floor. Such a gap is normal and caused by the new wax ring. Once you are done with the complete installation and the new toilet functions properly, you can use silicone caulk to close the gap.

Last but not least, you have to install the new toilet tank. First you put a spud washer over the inlet opening. Place the new tank so it lines up with the holes and carefully and slowly (to avoid cracks) bolt it to the bowl.

Finally, you have to reattach the water supply to the tank. Around the threads of the water supply line you should put Teflon tape. Put in the connecter inside the tank and reconnect the water supply line from the outside.

Now you can turn the water supply back on. The tank should fill. Ensure your new toilet flushes properly by testing the flush function a couple of times. If everything works properly and there are no leaks, you can attach the new toilet seat and you are all set.

Top-notch benefits of using cryptocurrency as a financial medium!

Cryptocurrency is an Internet-oriented currency that can be used as a medium of exchange. It is based on blockchain technology and is used to make a different financial transaction. People use it for trading and earn loads of profits from it. Bitcoin is the most popular and widely-used digital currency. There is various profit software that helps you in bitcoin trading and earn more money. But you must beware of the bitcoin profit scam software as it may make you lose all your investment. You must use cryptocurrencies as a common medium of exchange as it offers some fantastic benefits.

Some of the best reasons to make cryptocurrency your common medium of exchange

Convenient transaction

Usually, when a financial transaction occurs, there is a need for lots of paperwork, formalities, fees, commission, etc. A cryptocurrency transaction requires nothing such things which make it quite simple and convenient These are P2P; peer-to-peer transactions, which removes all the middlemen and intermediaries and also removes their charges and commission. There are only two parties involved in the transaction, which makes it less confusing and more convenient.

Secrecy of transaction 

Using other methods of the transaction, such as debit cards or credit cards, will make the bank record all your transactions. With each transaction you make, your whole transaction history is viewed along with your available balance, and according to it, it is decided whether you should be allowed to make the transaction or not. With cryptocurrencies, there is no such thing as complete control is in your hands. There is no governing or controlling institution or organization for cryptocurrencies. It depends entirely on you that what information you want to send to them. It offers excellent privacy for your financial as well as personal information. There is no risk of getting your details and data exposed at any point in the financial transaction.

Human Resource Management: Career Considerations

Although I think Hate is too strong a word, I must say I have noticed the problem. In many organizations HR is treated like the “fifth” wheel, (the spare tire) needed but not really appreciated until a flat tire occurs. But I know from talking to my HR colleagues that they really long to be full-fledged members of the management team in their organizations.

In some organizations, very few in fact, the Human Resource function is that dream position where the person occupying the top HR job sits as a full member of the management team. In these companies the HR Staff have a well defined purpose as a genuine ally of both the organization and the people within it. Seeing itself as a “profit center”, it is itself lean, effective and vital to the company’s success.

First let me say that Human Resources like Management itself is still relatively new. And just as, over time we have come to have new insights about leading and managing people, HR as a corporate business function has been evolving right along with it. With that grace in mind let me offer some possibly new insight. The purchase of the singapore salary software can be done through the human resource managers, A sight of the future should be available for determining the expectations of the business employees.

Exactly what are the right skills, knowledge and character that produce an HR person that can truly be effective? This is evolving and becoming clearer all the time as CEO and business owners determine exactly what they want from their Human Resource Department. Our training of HR professionals needs to keep constant pace with the marketplace in this regard.

I think to be truly effective, there needs to be some tweaking of the preparation for HR professionals that breaks the current mold. In my opinion, the best case scenario would be that the person leading the HR department has qualified HR knowledge AND has spent time in a supervisory or management role that is responsible to produce revenue and achieve profitability, or in the case of a non-profit, tied to accomplishing core mission, and, has that experience under the pressure that typical line managers face every day successfully.

True credibility comes, well, from being credible. (Duh!) Believability comes from having “done that”, and from knowing the truth. Any would-be HR professional who really desires credibility, should, upon graduation, get a job in a management capacity where he/she has direct responsibility for revenue and cost controls as their P L; responsibility. We should consider requiring that any BA, BS or MBA candidate seeking a career in HR should intern at least two summers in a business environment as a management trainee. This should be a minimum. At most, people who desire to be Human Resource professionals should work in the industry they want to serve, first, as a low-level supervisor on a production line or in an office where they are responsible for generating revenue or controlling costs, before they work in HR. (I would recommend this for any accounting major as well.) With 2-3 years of this experience, they can pursue their HR career full steam ahead, with true understanding of what it takes to operate a business, an understanding of the language of profit and loss, and experience of managing people in “real life” that they could never get at a college of university, (as good as those Human Resource programs are.) Being able to look a line manager in the eye and speak his\her language goes much further when it comes to being asked to the strategy table. Applying your understanding, gained through hands-on experience, and to have a true “working knowledge” of what it really takes to get the business results, ADDED to your degree, is a recipe for a long-term effective career in Human Resources.

Computer Repair Rip-offs

What Constitutes a Computer Problem?

This seems like a dumb question, but it’s not. Your computer may be experiencing problems without your knowledge. Naturally, if your computer is running slow, making strange noises or acting differently than it does on a daily basis, you know you have a problem. But, what you may not know is that computer maintenance may help prevent future problems.

Before calling an Information Technology (IT) technician, go over the check-list below.

Available Tools Within Your Operating System (OS)

Disc Cleaner eliminates temporary files and cleans up unneeded files. Go to the “Start” button, then “All Programs” and then go to “Accessories”. Slide over to “System Tools” and there you find the Disc Cleaner and the Defrag button icons.

Temporary internet files are saved on your system every time you visit a website. Every site you go to is saved for possible future use. This takes up space on the hard drive. Once the disc cleaner is run, this space becomes available again, giving your computer more ‘breathing room’.


Like a messy desk, files get disorganized within the system. The defrag feature organizes these files so that the hard drive doesn’t have to search so hard for stuff. It will know where it is. Defrag should be done at least once a month, or once a week for business or heavy document use.


Updates should be automatically selected. The Windows OS will ask you if you want to update. Say yes, and restart if necessary. Updates protect the system from malicious software or applications that are sent through the internet.

Therefore, it is important to have your software updated on a regular basis so as to prevent any virus from taking over your computer, which is a big headache in hardware and require an Abingdon laptop technician to sort things out.

Internet Explorer 7 has a feature that blocks phishing. If you have Internet Explorer 7. Go to help on the top right hand corner or Internet Explorer to find out which version you have. If you want to, you can go to “Tools” and go to “Windows Updates” which will scan your system and tell you what you need to update.

Once you are updated, when you reboot your system, a screen will appear asking you which features you want on your system. Phishing is usually the second feature offered and when selected will protect your system from some outside harm.

Windows Defender (free) prevents adware and Spamware and is available by performing an internet search by the name Windows Defender. Make sure it directs you to the Microsoft website and not some fly-by-night Joe’s Software site. Once downloaded, the genuine license will have to be validated; say yes to any questions about validation if you own the computer. (If you have not had the most recent updates, downloads may be required first. It’s okay to say yes to these, too.)


Imperative. There’s no other word for it. If you don’t have it – get it. Make sure it’s updateable when the new version comes out. This is where saying “yes” to your updates on your computer comes in handy. Good Anti-Virus software, Norton Anti-Virus or MacAfee are good choices. Pricing starts at 40.00 a year and is worth every penny and will save repair problems in the future.

Note: Anti-virus programs are not cure-alls. It is prudent to carefully monitor the sites visited on your system. Also, users should still not open unknown e-mails or download anything from unknown sources.

When You Make the Call


Save yourself money by getting an over-the-phone consultation. Talking to your computer person by phone saves time and money for both parties. The IT person should know what the problem may possibly be so that he knows which parts, tools or wiring to bring.

If your person is reputable, the problem may be able to be fixed over the phone and if you are a reputable person, you’ll send a check for his time spent helping you.

He should be a good listener. Don’t let a computer person bully you with technical language. If you don’t understand what he’s talking about ask him to explain it. If he can’t – call someone else.


If the technician does not mention it, back up the data on your computer. If you don’t know how to do this, ask. It’s important to save documents, files, photos, etc. in a location separate from the computer in the event of catastrophe. No special software is required. Just save the stuff to a CD.

Documents saved on the desktop are not automatically saved when backing up other documents. Never store files on your desktop. Once deleted, they can not be recovered. Furthermore, it uses up your system’s resources and slows the overall performance of your system.

Questions to Ask

Some computer repair people specialize in one area. It’s important to know whether the person deals with hardware (the guts of your computer), software (the extra stuff you buy like QuickBooks, PhotoShop, or FictionMaster®, etc) or networking (wiring, printers and other stuff hooked to your computer). The best techie will know all three. Don’t be afraid to ask, “Do you know about hardware, software and networking, too?” This will not offend the professional.

Ask the tech to show you what the problem is. A good tech will be more than happy to show you his magic! Also, it helps you to better understand your system and builds trust in the service he is performing. A good tech will also let you sit before the monitor while he verbally walks you through the steps to prevent future problems. This familiarizes you with your system and also saves you money in the future.

How to Know if Your System is Really Fixed


A technician should not charge you a second time to come back and repair something that has recently been worked on. If he had fixed it properly in the first place, the call would not have to be made. Glitches happen and can more than likely be fixed over the phone. But a 90-day or so guarantee is not an outlandish request.

Note: If the technician, in good faith, returns to your home and (honestly) finds a problem that did not exist before, it’s certainly acceptable to pay him for that. For example, if one of the kids downloads something and attracts a virus – this may be a new problem. Or, if users continue to do what caused the problem in the first place, the technician cannot be held responsible.

Obviously, if the reason you called the tech in the first place is no longer existent, that’s good. But, if there is something else going on with your computer that was not going on before you called for service, pick up the phone and call him or her right away. Your computer should not be behaving strangely in any way and nothing should be missing from your desktop, your documents or your files.

Knowing your system better may prevent costly computer maintenance calls, but if you must make the call, make sure you’ve done all you can do on your own and always be willing to learn more about your computer.

Do You Have Constant Fights In A Relationship? Follow These Tips!

In today’s era, one of the most challenging tasks is to maintain a healthy relationship. Most of the people are following the western culture of hopping from one relationship to another, but it is not the right way. To maintain a good relationship requires efforts from both sides. Fights and arguments are common in all relationships, but what matters the most is how you handle them.

One of the most important things to keep in mind for a good relationship is the level of communication. You need to be open with your partner, and there should be no secrets in a relationship. Trust issues one of the most common causes of the failure of relationships. You can get some good relationship tips on as it is tailor-made for adults. If you are still confused about how to maintain a good and healthy relationship, then the following tips might help you.

Some of the best ways to maintain a strong relationship with your partner

Don’t stop doing what you did in the starting.

One of the biggest problems of today’s generation is that they put a lot of effort into the starting of a relationship to impress their partner, but as time passes, they stop putting the same amount of effort. They start getting impatient, short-tempered, and lack of understanding starts to grow among them. If they keep on doing the things that they did in starting the relationship, there will be no problem at all. So, should never take your partner for granted; instead, you should always treat him or her like it is the first day of your relationship.

Focus on your partner’s choices and preferences

Knowing your partner completely is an integral part of maintaining a healthy relationship. You must know about all her choices, favorite things, and what makes him or her happy. You should always think about the happiness of your partner whenever you are doing something as if it won’t be liked by your partner; you shouldn’t be doing it. Keeping your relationship happy and healthy is in your hands as your actions affect your partner the most.

Be open

You must be open and confident about sharing your opinion with your partner. There must be mutual understanding, and you must consider each other advice and mix them and come with a solution. Keeping things inside will eat you up and will have a negative impact on your relationship. So, you must speak up whatever you feel so that there are no sorts of misunderstandings among you.

Physical Intimacy

Getting physically intimate is a crucial part of every relationship as it takes your bond to another level of trust. If you want to improve your relationship and get more confident about each other, then you must get physical. But you must keep one thing in mind that before getting physical, you must discuss it with your partner as forcing him/her to do it is never a good idea. It may spoil your relationship forever.

How To Look For Recyclables

With the economic slump that the country is in, more people are turning to can hunting (and that is not limited to cans, people collect plastic and glass bottles too) to bring in extra money. There is nothing wrong with looking through trash for recyclables although unfortunately many people still look down on it. You don’t have to be homeless to be a can hunter. You can be anyone. Maybe you need to pay a bill, maybe you need food, diapers or gas in your car. Maybe you want to take your kids on a trip and can’t afford it unless you save the money. You have your own reasons for wanting to be a can hunter and that’s fine. Don’t let anyone tell you that there is something wrong with it (unless it’s the police!). If you can hunt in a respectable way, and stay safe, you can have a successful can hunting career. This article will tell you how you can be safe and considerate as you can hunt, trash dig or look for recyclables on the side of the road.

#1: Know your Towns Laws on Trash Digging

Before you go out to can hunt by digging in residential and business trash cans, you need to know the laws of your town. You need to see if it’s legal and if it’s not, you need to see what leeway there is if they catch you can hunting. For example, in some towns, you’ll get a warning the first time you’re caught. I am not recommending breaking the law but I know that some people will can hunt no matter what if they are desperate for money. So whatever you do, just make sure you know the laws so you’ll know what will happen if a police officer stops you.

#2: Clean Up After Yourself

One of the things that business and residences hate more then anything about can hunters, is the ones that do not clean up after themselves. When you go through a dumpster or a trash can, you want to make sure that it looks exactly the same, if not better then when you first approached it. If the lid to the trash can was up when you got there, leave it up. If it was down, put it back down. Homeowners and business owners do NOT want to clean up after you, nor should they have to. Clean up your mess and everyone will be happy in the long run. People are less likely to chase you off if you always keep it clean. You can avail dumpster rental Pomona, ca. This dumpster rental provider is one of the reliable rentals that you can find in the market. They do offer dumpster that varies in size.

#3: Stay Safe

Staying safe is very important. While can hunting may bring in extra money, it is not always safe. If you are going at night, try to bring someone with you. Avoid bad parts of town or bring a buddy. When you are going through a dumpster or trash can, always be aware of your surroundings. You need to be on the lookout as you dig in case someone sneaks up behind you. If you can afford a cell phone, even if it’s a prepaid one, keep it on you so you can call for help if needed. You also need to stay safe by looking out for poisonous bugs and broken pieces of glass that are found in trash cans and dumpsters.

#4: Don’t Stay in One Place Too Long

Can Hunters know that you should not stay in one place digging through a trash can. When you spend a long time digging in one trash can or dumpster, you have the chance of drawing more attention to yourself. Get your system down for can hunting so you can get in and out. Also don’t stay in one place a long time if there is a dog barking or a lot of people. Again, you’d draw a lot of unwanted attention to yourself and this is a hobby best left unnoticed.

#5: Avoid Confrontations

Some people will not like it that you are digging through their garbage. If someone asks you to leave, then leave. It’s not worth arguing or getting into a confrontation with someone because they don’t want you to dig through their trash. Try to put yourself in their shoes and quietly leave.

#6: Have the Perfect Kit

Having the perfect kit can make your can hunting much easier. You will need gloves, a flashlight and extra set of batteries (for night digging), water (make sure you’re always hydrated), small package of wet wipes (to get off yucky stuff that you come across), a box cutter (for cutting bags quickly), at least one trash bag (you can get other trash bags from trash cans or dumpsters as you go along) and some kind of stick with a hook or grabber stick for getting hard to reach items. If you can afford or find one, have a basket or cart to put your recyclables in so you don’t have to carry them a long distance.

#7: Observe Trash Days for the Neighborhood You Are Hunting In

You don’t want to go can hunting only to find that all the trash has been collected by the garbage company. As you can hunt, observe with a neighborhood’s trash day is so you don’t go hunting after the trash truck has gone. The perfect time for can hunting is the night before trash day and the morning of trash day because people put out their trash cans or add more to a trash can that is already out there.

#8: Know Where to Go

Learn where the best areas to can hunt are. Beside trashcans at homes, gas stations and hotels are a good place to look for cans. If there is a sports event, you may be able to can hunt after that. Go to Walmart on a busy weekend day and check their parking lot, people are constantly just dropping their recyclables right on the ground.

Coping with Financial Loss when Bankrupt

When I recognized that my bankruptcy clients appeared to be engaging in grieving behaviors, I consulted with Sameet M. Kumar, PhD, author of “Grieving Mindfully: A Compassionate and Spiritual Guide to Coping with Loss.” My suspicions were right — all types of loss, including financial loss, trigger the five stages of grief. All the financial loss will be recovered with the help of bankruptcy lawyer san diego. There should be disclosing of all the facts to the lawyer for the winning of the lawsuit. 

Interestingly enough, when my clients understand this emotional process they move through each stage more quickly. Hopefully, the description of the five stages of grief and typical reactions below will help you recognize that while you feel bankrupt in more ways than one, your life will not only improve, but thrive as well.

Denial or “This isn’t happening to me” stage. The first stage is often triggered when a setback such as a job or financial loss occurs. Not wanting to face a lifestyle change, decisions are made based upon false hope. This is when bankrupt clients make the mistake of dipping into their retirement funds to pay house payments and other bills. The problem is that these funds can often be protected and are needlessly wasted as a result – yet another financial loss.

Anger or “I could have done something differently” stage. It is hard for a bankrupt client to watch the life that they built disappear. While the economy is the biggest factor in most client’s financial losses, clients tend to direct their anger on themselves. At this stage, they often believe that they could have done something differently to prevent the bankrupt status and resulting financial loss.

Bargaining or “Tell me what I need to do to fix this” stage. This is the stage my clients are often in when I first meet them. They are looking for answers. They want to know how to hold onto their lifestyle even though bankrupt. Working together, we assess the options available while focusing on setting aside the emotional aspects so that they may make sound, objective decisions. Most importantly, explaining the cycle of the grieving process helps many to step back and look at their situation realistically. It frees them to begin taking productive steps forward, leaving behind the financial loss.

Depression or “I’m facing reality and I don’t like it” stage. After first meeting my clients, they usually take one to six months to consider their options. During this time, I often field telephone calls and answer questions about the options we discussed. It is an important part of the process that cannot be rushed.

Acceptance or “I’m ready to put this behind me and move forward” stage. When my clients are ready to proceed, the difference in their demeanor is almost magical. The bankrupt depression is gone and they are upbeat. They see the possibilities in a new, debt-free life. Accepting the bankrupt status, they take the steps necessary to free themselves of the stress that comes with financial loss and the burden of the grieving process.

When asked why I find representing bankrupt clients rewarding, I explain that I find pleasure in knowing that my clients emerge from the financial loss as whole, emotionally healthy people who are not only wiser, but appreciative of their new, saner lifestyle, as well.

CBD Gummies- New Theory for Understanding Cannabidiol Thesis

We are living in a world where there are so many topics to discuss about and most of them are such that they are impossible to cover up in a single lifetime. In fact, many topics have their own theories and subsets as they are too vast.

Cannabidiol Oil is one such piece of study that most people are not aware about except the experts who have enough knowledge about it that they can impart it to others as well.

CBD oil is one that comes from extracts of cannabis/marijuana plants that are quite useful in treating various health hazards and are quite successful at doing so whether it is normal or life threatening ones.

Candy Culture

Now the topic that we are discussing about is a part of Cannabidiol called CBD gummies that are like candies which also contain CBD oil due to their medicinal properties and are also called rainbow gummies.

They are so called because of the different colors flavors and shapes that they are available in and are an easy way to swallow and ingest CBD so that it can mix up with the consumed food and absorbed by the entire body.

The gummies can be found in flavors like vanilla, chocolate, mint, honey, nut, hazelnut and others and its manufacturers use this strategy to market their products to the consumers who are in need of it to tackle health issues.

Quite similar to CBD oil, they are known to take care of ailments like anxiety, depression, insomnia and many others but they are not in the same league as their erstwhile counterparts in the sense that oil is pure and has been tried and tested for long but gummies are not so.

CBD gummies are better known for creating a strong placebo effect than actually providing health benefits to its users and are more of a candy culture phenomenon in the true sense.