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DoCheck, sebuah to-do list app pertama di Indonesia yang mengusung fitur social. DoCheck menjadi social to-do list app pertama di Indonesia. Social to-do list app karya anak bangsa ini mempunyai visi misi yang sangat mulia. Visi misinya adalah untuk membantu generasi muda menjadi lebih produktif dalam kehidupan sehari-harinya.

Dengan berbagai macam fitur, DoCheck diharapkan akan mempermudah generasi muda untuk manajemen waktu dan manajemen aktivitasnya. Fitur reminder membantu pengguna untuk tidak lupa mengerjakan task yang sudah direncanakan sebelumnya.

Fitur rekomendasi goals membantu pengguna untuk menemukan ratusan referensi kegiatan yang produktif untuk menunjang kemampuan diri. DoCheck juga diharapkan menjadi aplikasi untuk mengupgrade soft skill dan hard skill penggunanya.

Setelah menemukan goals dari fitur rekomendasi goals, pengguna bisa mengcopy goals tersebut tanpa perlu repot-repot menulis ulang. Pengguna juga bisa melakukan modifikasi dari goals yang sudah dicopy tersebut. Pengguna bisa menambahkan task baru, deadline dan masih banyak yang lainnya.

Selain itu pengguna juga bisa membuat goals beserta tasknya sendiri dan bisa share goalsnya ke public sehingga bisa dicopy oleh pengguna lainnya. Dengan begitu pengguna bisa menginfluence orang lain untuk mengikuti goals atau tipsnya agar menjadi lebih baik lagi.

Di DoCheck pengguna juga bisa berkolaborasi dengan pengguna lainnya dalam satu goals yang sama. Sehingga progress kerja bisa terlihat secara jelas dan transparan.

Selain fitur-fitur to-do list app diatas, DoCheck sebagai social to-to list app juga mempunya fitur social dimana pengguna bisa saling berinteraksi satu sama lainnya.

Pengguna bisa follow pengguna lain, saling berdiskusi dikolom komentar goals dan masih banyak lainnya.

Baca selengkapnya tentang to-do list app DoCheck disini!.
 
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The Fundamental Techniques of Erotic Massage

Fundamental Techniques of Erotic Massage

The Fundamental Techniques of Erotic Massage include sifting and rolling, tractions and tensions, and various other erotic massage methods. These techniques help achieve ecstasy by stimulating the senses. By applying specific techniques to the clitoral region, erotic massage will increase the pleasure level of your lover. Learn the fundamental techniques of erotic massage so that you can provide your partner with a wonderful erotic experience.

Main or fundamental techniques

Erotic massage London is a combination of sensual and intimate techniques to please a partner. It creates intense pleasure for both of you. Erotic massage has two goals. One, to create a deeper connection between the partners and increase intimacy. Some techniques are used to achieve this goal, while others are more intimate and focused on stimulating the partner. For the most part, erotic massage is non-invasive and helps a couple feel comfortable and at ease with each other.

Traditional massage techniques can produce feelings of arousal, but they do not address the erogenous parts of the body. Erotic massage specifically targets these zones to produce arousal. Erotic massage can use many massage techniques, even those that are not commonly associated with mainstream massage. Moreover, the goal of erotic massage is to relax the partner and experience sexual arousal in a safe environment.

Erotic massage should be performed in such a way that the lover experiences a warm, fuzzy feeling. This can increase the arousal level and drive the partner wild. Using various techniques helps increase arousal and make a woman hornier than a man. These techniques include climax, edging, and enticement. If done correctly, erotic massage can make a woman feel like a queen!

Secondary help or completion techniques

You can include a variety of secondary helping techniques or completion techniques into your erotic massage sessions. These techniques are a great way to help your partner feel full and satisfied after sex, and can also help ease your partner's stress and get them in the mood for sex. To learn more about the various types of erotic massage, read on! These are some of the most popular secondary helping or completion techniques.

sifting and rolling

These two erotic massage techniques are based on applying pressure to a specific body part and sifting. They are used after other, more powerful techniques. These techniques target muscular masses and are often used after friction and softening. These techniques are very effective in restoring energy and decongesting the body. You should use alert rhythms when sifting or rolling. Sifting should be limited to one or two areas at a given time. Rolling can be used for longer periods.

Sifting and rolling are fundamental erotic massage techniques. This massage technique is used to target erogenous zones and enhance sexual arousal. Some techniques can be Japanese, such as Nuru Massage. Sports massage uses specific massage therapy techniques in a sports context. These techniques improve performance, reduce the risk of injury, and increase blood flow. These techniques can be used before or after exercise.

Tensions and tractions

There are a few things you must do when performing erotic massage. To achieve the best results, you should adhere to the basic principles and avoid touching sensitive areas. Sensual play can be cut off if you make contact too early. Instead, try to draw out the massage session by building tension and drawing out your partner's response to the touch.

While it isn't about loosening the muscles, tantric massage is about celebrating the body and its sensations. This style is not for people who are looking to have orgasm. In fact, it can be an extremely empowering experience for the recipient, who is encouraged to surrender to the sensations. It is not about the giver being compelled to indulge in orgasm.

THE SUCCESSION AND THE RHYTHM OF THE MOVEMENTS

The eroticism and intense pleasure of erotic massage is at the center of Clara's philosophy. Clara's goal is to make the receiver forget about the outside world. Her technique is precise and the room is quiet. She teaches her students to massage like a pro using proven techniques. You will reap the rewards in the long-term with a steady stream customers and a booming company.

The fingers

Erotic massage is an art form in which the hands manipulate the partner's body to achieve arousal. Sigmund Freud once said that the human body is erotogenic, and the touch of the fingers triggers a response in the skin's sexual receptors. These sensations nourish the soul, and can even bring out emotions. The practitioner should begin with a gentle pressure increase and then gradually increase it.

Rattling with the fingers is an ancient erotic massage technique. The fingers make a distinct noise and mimic whipping with small branches. These techniques work well on the buttocks. This technique places the forearms close to the victim's body while the elbows are further away. Both techniques require rhythmic movements of the arms and forearms to the target body part.

The five senses of sight, sound and smell are used in erotic massage. These senses can be stimulated by erotic massage, which can increase intimacy between lovers. You can send powerful messages through touch, such as love and tenderness, by using your fingers. This makes erotic massage the perfect tool to engage in sexual foreplay. If you're new to the world of erotic massage, start by learning a basic technique and gradually work up to more complex techniques.

The fingers are an essential part of erotic massage. This technique requires good technique and should be based on your relationship with your partner. Your partner should feel satisfied by erotic massage. Orgasms can be an aftereffect. If you're new to erotic massage, you should read 7 Erotic Massage Secrets - Ultimate Guide.

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Tips on Choosing the Right Dog Grooming Service

Dogs require grooming Healthy Hound Play Ground Silver Spring to keep their appearance. Grooming removes excess hair and assists with the shedding of the seasonal coat. In america, about half of the households own a dog. 60 % of the dog owners believe the dogs are family members, with about forty-five percent of the dogs sleeping in their owners’ beds.

Dogs are precious, and you should endeavor to give them the best. An appointment with a puppy groomer could take about two hours, with regards to the amount of work. If you opt to look for a dog grooming service, you need to make certain the service provider is reputable. Here are six tips to help dog owners choose the best dog grooming service.

1. Credibility
One way of establishing something provider’s credibility is by assessing whether it employs certified groomers. Certified dog groomers undergo enough training that teaches them how to clean and observe after your dog safely. Therefore, you are assured of top-notch service. Some dog groomers will even avail licenses issued by the area authorities as a way to assure you that your pet dog is in safe hands.

2. Convenience
You need to consider the convenience levels that will be provided by the dog grooming services. It could help if you seek a grooming provider that will conduct at-home grooming services. You will have less trouble taking your dog to the grooming location. The dogs will benefit in that the grooming is finished in a place that is familiar to them. This usually means lower stress levels.

3. Insurance
You ought to discover if the dog grooming services are covered by insurance. Emergencies can happen during the dog grooming process. And in case of any eventuality, the insurance would cover both the groomer and your dog.

4. Experience
When you are buying dog groomer, choose the very experienced. It indicates that they have been in the service for a long time. You know that accomplished dog groomers have the expertise and know-how to take care of dogs in the right manner. Pick a highly experienced dog groomer, and you are bound to see expert services.

5. Range Of Services
It would help if you are buying a dog groomer that offers an array of services, including bathing, teeth brushing, nail trimming, gland expression, and breed-specific haircuts. It is important to discover a dog grooming company that does all work regarding dog grooming so that in the event you require additional services; they'll give you the same.

6. Sanitation
When choosing a dog grooming service, always ensure that you decide on a company with a hygiene area. The ambiance of the dog grooming salon should be befitting standard puppy care. A trusted dog grooming service will take you around the facility; therefore, you can determine hygiene standards in the service as well as how the dogs are handled. It's important to ensure they have a conducive environment as opposed to assuming it is present.

When choosing the right groomer for your dog, you should be patient and look for the ideal establishment for your dear dog. Regular dog grooming could keep it healthy and add aesthetic appeal. Look at a reputable dog grooming service that will offer you all the assistance you need.

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The Fundamental Techniques of Erotic Massage

Fundamental Techniques of Erotic Massage

The Fundamental Techniques of Erotic Massage include sifting and rolling, tractions and tensions, and various other erotic massage methods. These techniques help achieve ecstasy by stimulating the senses. By applying specific techniques to the clitoral region, erotic massage will increase the pleasure level of your lover. Learn the fundamental techniques of erotic massage so that you can provide your partner with a wonderful erotic experience.

Main or fundamental techniques

Erotic massage London is a combination of sensual and intimate techniques to please a partner. It creates intense pleasure for both of you. Erotic massage has two goals. One, to create a deeper connection between the partners and increase intimacy. Some techniques are used to achieve this goal, while others are more intimate and focused on stimulating the partner. For the most part, erotic massage is non-invasive and helps a couple feel comfortable and at ease with each other.

Traditional massage techniques can produce feelings of arousal, but they do not address the erogenous parts of the body. Erotic massage specifically targets these zones to produce arousal. Erotic massage can use many massage techniques, even those that are not commonly associated with mainstream massage. Moreover, the goal of erotic massage is to relax the partner and experience sexual arousal in a safe environment.

Erotic massage should be performed in such a way that the lover experiences a warm, fuzzy feeling. This can increase the arousal level and drive the partner wild. Using various techniques helps increase arousal and make a woman hornier than a man. These techniques include climax, edging, and enticement. If done correctly, erotic massage can make a woman feel like a queen!

Secondary help or completion techniques

You can include a variety of secondary helping techniques or completion techniques into your erotic massage sessions. These techniques are a great way to help your partner feel full and satisfied after sex, and can also help ease your partner's stress and get them in the mood for sex. To learn more about the various types of erotic massage, read on! These are some of the most popular secondary helping or completion techniques.

sifting and rolling

These two erotic massage techniques are based on applying pressure to a specific body part and sifting. They are used after other, more powerful techniques. These techniques target muscular masses and are often used after friction and softening. These techniques are very effective in restoring energy and decongesting the body. You should use alert rhythms when sifting or rolling. Sifting should be limited to one or two areas at a given time. Rolling can be used for longer periods.

Sifting and rolling are fundamental erotic massage techniques. This massage technique is used to target erogenous zones and enhance sexual arousal. Some techniques can be Japanese, such as Nuru Massage. Sports massage uses specific massage therapy techniques in a sports context. These techniques improve performance, reduce the risk of injury, and increase blood flow. These techniques can be used before or after exercise.

Tensions and tractions

There are a few things you must do when performing erotic massage. To achieve the best results, you should adhere to the basic principles and avoid touching sensitive areas. Sensual play can be cut off if you make contact too early. Instead, try to draw out the massage session by building tension and drawing out your partner's response to the touch.

While it isn't about loosening the muscles, tantric massage is about celebrating the body and its sensations. This style is not for people who are looking to have orgasm. In fact, it can be an extremely empowering experience for the recipient, who is encouraged to surrender to the sensations. It is not about the giver being compelled to indulge in orgasm.

THE SUCCESSION AND THE RHYTHM OF THE MOVEMENTS

The eroticism and intense pleasure of erotic massage is at the center of Clara's philosophy. Clara's goal is to make the receiver forget about the outside world. Her technique is precise and the room is quiet. She teaches her students to massage like a pro using proven techniques. You will reap the rewards in the long-term with a steady stream customers and a booming company.

The fingers

Erotic massage is an art form in which the hands manipulate the partner's body to achieve arousal. Sigmund Freud once said that the human body is erotogenic, and the touch of the fingers triggers a response in the skin's sexual receptors. These sensations nourish the soul, and can even bring out emotions. The practitioner should begin with a gentle pressure increase and then gradually increase it.

Rattling with the fingers is an ancient erotic massage technique. The fingers make a distinct noise and mimic whipping with small branches. These techniques work well on the buttocks. This technique places the forearms close to the victim's body while the elbows are further away. Both techniques require rhythmic movements of the arms and forearms to the target body part.

The five senses of sight, sound and smell are used in erotic massage. These senses can be stimulated by erotic massage, which can increase intimacy between lovers. You can send powerful messages through touch, such as love and tenderness, by using your fingers. This makes erotic massage the perfect tool to engage in sexual foreplay. If you're new to the world of erotic massage, start by learning a basic technique and gradually work up to more complex techniques.

The fingers are an essential part of erotic massage. This technique requires good technique and should be based on your relationship with your partner. Your partner should feel satisfied by erotic massage. Orgasms can be an aftereffect. If you're new to erotic massage, you should read 7 Erotic Massage Secrets - Ultimate Guide.

 
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شش نکته کلیدی برای خرید لباس نوزاد

اگر این متن را می‌خوانید احتمالاً قرار است به زودی بچه دار شوید، پس در همین ابتدا باید به شما تبریک بگوییم! بسیاری از مادران بی‌صبرانه منتظر این هستند که شروع به خرید لباس کرده و آن را تن نوزاد خود کنند. به عنوان والدین کودک، قطعاً اولین چیزی که برایتان اولویت دارد، راحتی و امنیت کودک است. علاوه بر این دو مورد، قطعاً دوست دارید که کودک هر لباسی که می‌پوشد، شیک و زیبا به نظر بیاید. با توجه به انبوهی از مدل‌ها، برندها و پارچه‌های مختلف، بی شک انتخاب بهترین لباس برای نوزاد دختر یا پسر کاری بسیار دشوار خواهد بود.

وقتی برای بار اول قصد خرید اینترنتی لباس برای نوزاد را دارید، مطمئناً با انواع توصیه‌ها از جانب والدین، دوستان، همکاران و یا افراد غریبه مواجه خواهید شد. نتیجه کار این است که با حجم زیادی از اطلاعات و توصیه‌های مختلف و شاید متناقض روبرو می‌شوید. این حالت می‌تواند شما را سردرگم‌تر از زمانی کند که هنوز هیچ اطلاعاتی در این مورد نداشتید. برای اینکه انتخاب برایتان لذت بخش شود، ما 6 نکته مهم که هنگام خرید لباس نوزادی باید در نظر بگیرید را برایتان فهرست کرده ایم. امیدواریم که به کمک توصیه‌های ما بتوانید خریدی هوشمندانه و آگاهانه داشته باشید تا علاوه بر حفظ راحتی و امنیت کودک، پول خود را بیهوده هدر ندهید.

1.جنس پارچه

تصور کنید یک نوزاد کوچک و بامزه به خانواده شما اضافه شده است. اولین واکنش شما این است که به کودک خود لباس‌هایی شیک، مد روز، روشن و گاهی گران ‌قیمت بپوشانید تا جذاب‌تر شود. با این حال لباس‌های گران‌قیمتی که خریده اید، لزوماً مطابق خواسته شما عمل نمی‌کنند. بسیاری اوقات دیده شده که پس از پوشاندن لباس نوزاد، تن او شروع به خارش کرده و دچار حساسیت‌های پوستی می‌شود. در اکثر اوقات، نوع پارچه سبب ایجاد چنین واکنش‌های پوستی می‌شود.

کودکان، مخصوصاً نوزادان تازه متولد شده پوست بسیار حساسی دارند. بنابراین هنگام خرید لباس نوزاد، بهتر است آن‌هایی که از جنس نخ پنبه هستند را انتخاب کنید. البته پارچه‌های گیاهی می‌توانند جایگزین مناسبی برای پنبه باشند زیرا علاوه بر اینکه حساسیتی برای پوست ایجاد نمی‌کنند، دارای سطحی صاف و لطیف هستند. بنابراین توصیه می‌کنیم که فقط لباس‌های تولید شده از پارچه‌های نخی پنبه‌ای (ترجیحاً 100 درصد پنبه)، پارچه‌های گیاهی تولید شده از سویا (کشمیر گیاهی) و پارچه‌های ریون بامبو را برای نوزاد خود خریداری نمایید. این پارچه‌ها به طور طبیعی و یا با استفاده از مواد طبیعی تولید می‌شوند که علاوه بر خواص بسیار خوبی که دارند، حساسیتی روی پوست بچه ایجاد نمی‌کنند.

لباس‌های نوزادی تولید شده از پارچه‌های نایلونی و پلی استر ممکن است باعث ایجاد حساسیت و مشکلات پوستی شوند، زیرا قادر به جذب رطوبت و تنظیم دمای بدن نوزاد نیستند. به همین خاطر باید از انتخاب این نوع لباس‌ها اجتناب کنید.

2. سایز لباس نوزاد

خرید یک لباس بچه گانه کوچکتر از سایز مناسب، علاوه بر اینکه موجب ناراحتی شما می‌شود، تلاش شما را برای تعویض آن دو چندان می‌کند. بنابراین پیش از خرید باید از سایز مناسب بچه اطمینان حاصل کنید. یک سایز مناسب فقط به این معنی نیست که تعویض آن راحت انجام شود، بلکه باید به گونه ای باشد که کودک به راحتی بتواند با آن حرکت کند. فقط لازم است بدانید که بچه‌ها مخصوصاً در ماه‌های ابتدایی پس از تولد، بسیار سریع رشد می‌کنند، بنابراین پیش از اینکه پول زیادی برای لباس بپردازید، به این نکته دقت کنید.

اکثر لباس‌های نوزادی دارای سایزبندی استاندارد هستند تا اگر در مورد سایز مناسب کودک خود تردید داشتید، بتوانید از آن کمک بگیرید. با این حال این اندازه‌ها کلی هستند و نوزادان ممکن است از نظر قد بین دو سایز قرار بگیرند (مثلا دارای قدی به اندازه استاندارد 3 تا 6 ماه ولی وزنی به اندازه نوزادان 6 تا 9 ماه باشند).

اگر در نهایت نتوانستید در مورد اندازه‌ها درست تصمیم بگیرید، توصیه ما این است که همیشه یک سایز بزرگ‌تر را انتخاب کنید. با انتخاب سایز بزرگ‌تر علاوه بر اینکه ریسک کوچک‌شدن سریع لباس را کم می‌کنید، راحت‌تر می‌توانید لباس را تعویض نمایید. بعد از دردسرهایی مثل تعویض پوشک، غذا دادن و آروغ زدن بچه، آخرین مرحله دردسر کشیدن برای تعویض لباس اوست. مدل‌هایی را انتخاب کنید که دارای دکمه‌های پرسی یا زیپ باشند تا راحت‌تر تعویض شوند. همچنین از خرید لباس‌های با تزیینات آویزان خودداری نمایید.

3. قیمت لباس نوزاد

برای لباسی که ممکن است کودک شما به ندرت آن را بپوشد، پول زیادی نپردازید. یک یا دو ست لباس برای مناسبت‌های خاص کافی است. همچنین از خرید تعداد زیادی سایز نیو برن خودداری کنید زیرا بچه در ماه اول بسیار سریع رشد می‌کند. اگر تصمیم دارید قبل از مشخص‌شدن جنسیت نوزاد برای او لباس بخرید، رنگ‌ها و طرح‌های خنثی را انتخاب کنید تا هزینه ای که کرده اید هدر نرود.

هنگام خرید اینترنتی لباس نوزاد، به اسم صرفه جویی، ارزان‌ترین مدل را انتخاب نکنید. اکیداً به شما توصیه می‌کنیم که هرگز کیفیت را فدای قیمت ننمایید. درست است که کودکان سریع رشد کرده و لباس، زود برایشان کوچک می‌شود، اما با خرید لباس‌های ارزانِ بی‌کیفیت، آرامش و سلامت پوست نوزاد را به خطر نیاندازید. کیفیت را به کمیت ترجیح دهید. شما می‌توانید به جای انتخاب دو عدد لباس ارزان و بی‌کیفیت، یک لباس با کیفیت و با قیمت بالاتر تهیه کنید. یادتان باشد، یک لباس ارزان همیشه بی‌کیفیت نیست. شما می‌توانید با مقداری صرف وقت، به صورت آنلاین کیفیت بالا را در کنار قیمت مناسب‌ پیدا کنید.

4. ایمنی لباس نوزاد

هنگام خرید لباس بچه گانه، دقت به ایمن بودن آن بسیار اهمیت دارد اما گاهی توسط والدین نا آگاه نادیده گرفته می‌شود. هرگز لباسی را که دارای پاپیون، دکمه قابلمه‌ای، گل، قلاب و یا موارد مشابه هستند را نخرید، زیرا ممکن است نوزاد آن را قورت داده و سبب خفگی شوند. اگر اصرار به وجود هر کدام از آن‌ها روی لباس دارید، باید آن را به گونه‌ای به لباس محکم کنید که توسط کودک کنده نشود. همچنین از خرید لباس نوزاد دارای بند نیز خودداری کنید زیرا ممکن است با پیچیدن به دور گردن، خطر خفگی را افزایش دهد.

5. فصل

اگر به فصل سال و شرایط آب و هوایی دقت نکنید، ممکن است لباس‌هایی بخرید که کودک شما حتی یکبار هم نتواند آن را بپوشد. بنابراین با برنامه‌ریزی و دقت بیشتر می‌توانید بیشترین استفاده را از لباسی که خریده‌اید، بنمایید. تهیه زودتر از موعد لباس‌های فصلی همیشه با ریسک اندازه نبودن آن‌ها در زمان مناسب، همراه است. بنابراین اگر نمی‌خواهید هیچگونه ریسکی را بپذیرید، از خرید زودتر از موعد صرف نظر کرده و صبر کنید تا در زمانی که نوزاد به لباسی احتیاج پیدا کرد آن را بخرید.

6. کاربردی بودن

هنگام خرید اینترنتی لباس نوزاد، به اولین چیزی که باید دقت کنید، راحت و کاربردی بودن آن است. نوزادان تازه متولد شده در بیشتر زمان روز خواب هستند، بنابراین باید لباسی انتخاب شود که مناسب این شرایط باشد. به طور مثال رامپر، سرهمی و بادی شلوار از بهترین انتخاب‌ها برای این شرایط هستند.

لازم است به این موضوع توجه داشته باشید که لباس‌های نوزاد در طول روز چندین مرتبه تعویض می‌شوند. بنابراین باید به گونه ای باشند که به راحتی قابل شستشو بوده و به خاطر شستشوهای پی در پی، زود از بین نروند. بنابراین از خرید لباس‌هایی که نیاز به شرایط خاصی برای شستشو دارند بپرهیزید. به طور مثال از انتخاب لباس‌های پشمی و کاموایی برای نوزادان در ماه‌های اول به دنیا آمدنشان خودداری کنید زیرا باید طبق دما و با شوینده‌های به خصوصی شسته شوند تا کیفیت خود را حفظ کنند.

در انتها اگر می‌خواهید انتخاب‌هایی به صرفه و اقتصادی داشته باشید، از خریدهای هیجانی و پیش از موعد برای کودکان خود بپرهیزید. امروزه با گسترش فروشگاه‌های آنلاین می‌توانید به راحتی و بدون صرف وقت و انرژی زیاد خریدتان را انجام دهید. با مقایسه توضیحات و قیمت لباس‌ها، در سایت‌های مختلف بهترین انتخاب را خواهید داشت. توصیه می‌کنیم از فروشگاه شمال مال (www.shomalmall.com) برای خرید اینترنتی لباس نوزاد استفاده کنید. در این فروشگاه توضیحات کاملی درباره هر محصول نوشته شده و در یک جدول راهنما ، اندازه دقیق هر لباس ذکر شده است. امکان پرداخت درب منزل در سراسر کشور برای خرید لباس های بچه گانه، از دیگر مزیت‌های شمال مال نسبت به فروشگاه‌های مشابه است.

منبع: مجله خبری سلام نو

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Tips on Choosing the Right Dog Grooming Service

Dogs require grooming Healthy Hound Play Ground Silver Spring to keep their appearance. Grooming removes excess hair and assists with the shedding of the seasonal coat. In america, about half of the households own a dog. 60 % of the dog owners believe the dogs are family members, with about forty-five percent of the dogs sleeping in their owners’ beds.

Dogs are precious, and you should endeavor to give them the best. An appointment with a puppy groomer could take about two hours, with regards to the amount of work. If you opt to look for a dog grooming service, you need to make certain the service provider is reputable. Here are six tips to help dog owners choose the best dog grooming service.

1. Credibility
One way of establishing something provider’s credibility is by assessing whether it employs certified groomers. Certified dog groomers undergo enough training that teaches them how to clean and observe after your dog safely. Therefore, you are assured of top-notch service. Some dog groomers will even avail licenses issued by the area authorities as a way to assure you that your pet dog is in safe hands.

2. Convenience
You need to consider the convenience levels that will be provided by the dog grooming services. It could help if you seek a grooming provider that will conduct at-home grooming services. You will have less trouble taking your dog to the grooming location. The dogs will benefit in that the grooming is finished in a place that is familiar to them. This usually means lower stress levels.

3. Insurance
You ought to discover if the dog grooming services are covered by insurance. Emergencies can happen during the dog grooming process. And in case of any eventuality, the insurance would cover both the groomer and your dog.

4. Experience
When you are buying dog groomer, choose the very experienced. It indicates that they have been in the service for a long time. You know that accomplished dog groomers have the expertise and know-how to take care of dogs in the right manner. Pick a highly experienced dog groomer, and you are bound to see expert services.

5. Range Of Services
It would help if you are buying a dog groomer that offers an array of services, including bathing, teeth brushing, nail trimming, gland expression, and breed-specific haircuts. It is important to discover a dog grooming company that does all work regarding dog grooming so that in the event you require additional services; they'll give you the same.

6. Sanitation
When choosing a dog grooming service, always ensure that you decide on a company with a hygiene area. The ambiance of the dog grooming salon should be befitting standard puppy care. A trusted dog grooming service will take you around the facility; therefore, you can determine hygiene standards in the service as well as how the dogs are handled. It's important to ensure they have a conducive environment as opposed to assuming it is present.

When choosing the right groomer for your dog, you should be patient and look for the ideal establishment for your dear dog. Regular dog grooming could keep it healthy and add aesthetic appeal. Look at a reputable dog grooming service that will offer you all the assistance you need.

 
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3 THRIFTY CROCHET TIPS

Who needs to discuss Thrifty Crochet Tips? In this post, I will uncover every one of my tips and deceives for getting a good deal on sew extras. From fasten markers to stuffing, we're covering it all!

Some things in life feel hard to begin in view of the monetary obstruction of section. How am I going to figure out how to sail or snowboard assuming I don't possess a boat or a snowboard or any of the provisions and devices? Fortunately yarn creates like knit have a low boundary of section and I'm wanting to crush extra obstructions here.

What do I want to get everything rolling with crochet?

To stitch you basically need a snare and some yarn.

Having time, interest, drive and want likewise helps however those things are quite often free. In case you're similar to me, when you start a fiber create you may see that there's significantly more stuff included (like devices and embellishments) that individuals use and talk pretty much constantly that you didn't actually know about prior to beginning. That can feel threatening. Coming up next is a rundown of frugal stitch tips that can assist with lifting your knit projects without you purchasing a ton of adornments so you can have the means to purchase the snares and yarn you truly need. 1. Frugal Crochet Project Bags

I never considered keeping my works-in-progress projects in a pack until this previous year. For quite a while, I just wrapped the venture a couple of times in the yarn I was utilizing and tossed it into whatever tote, knapsack or bicycle pack I was utilizing at that point. At the point when I was acquainted with the possibility of an undertaking sack, it seemed like somebody turned on an additional a light in the room. Gracious right, better believe it, that is great. Frugal Crochet Project Bag Ideas:

Bedsheet Bags: Sometimes when you purchase sheets for your bed, they arrive in a texture sack that is impeccably estimated and simply beseeching you to place your task in. Fortunately I have been saving these arbitrary sacks for a little while so I had a couple available all set as I gathered a huge load of Works-In-Progress (WIPs).

Clear Plastic Bags: I likewise like the unmistakable plastic packs that occasionally have a snap or zipper that sheets or home merchandise come in. Likewise, remember old solid zip-top packs! (Quart or gallon size functions admirably for an assortment of WIPs).

Old Gift Bags: If you're the sort to save old gift packs for reuse, they make dandy undertaking bags.

Crochet Your Own Project Bag:

You can likewise knit your own task sack. Knit is an art that is magnificent for making packs. This appears glaringly evident yet I believe it's worth focusing on. It's really a very fun token of your innovative ability. It's additionally a chance to rehearse new fastens, procedures or even yarn. Likewise, it's an extraordinary method for placing your frugal sew into practice!

You could likewise sew a speedy venture sack yourself. There are in reality a ton of incredible instructional exercises and Youtube recordings on the best way to make a pack out of an old shirt without sewing. Or on the other hand assuming you're somebody who has a sewing machine and some additional texture lying around, consider this choice and simply make your own undertaking bag.

2. Frugal Stitch Markers

Stitch markers are so helpful for both starting crocheters and experienced crocheters. I don't adore counting during sew and when I understood that with regards to myself I inclined toward utilizing join markers to help. While the ones accessible to purchase are great, I don't frequently have them when I really want them.

Concert and political buttons could work in a pinch.

3. A Thrifty Cutting Tool

It can feel baffling when you want to change yarns or finish a task and you really want to cut the yarn yet you don't have a cutting instrument. I frequently attempt to break the yarn with my savage strength yet here and there the yarn is more grounded than I am. While some scissors will not burn through every last cent, in case you're similar to me, at times you simply don't have some scissors in your hour of need.

Thrifty Crochet Tip: How to Cut Yarn Without Scissors?

I typically keep a couple of nail trimmers in with my snares so when I want to cut some yarn, they're there. Normally you can get a few nail trimmers in mass and afterward you can place one in each task pack with the goal that they are there when you want them.

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شش نکته کلیدی برای خرید لباس نوزاد

اگر این متن را می‌خوانید احتمالاً قرار است به زودی بچه دار شوید، پس در همین ابتدا باید به شما تبریک بگوییم! بسیاری از مادران بی‌صبرانه منتظر این هستند که شروع به خرید لباس کرده و آن را تن نوزاد خود کنند. به عنوان والدین کودک، قطعاً اولین چیزی که برایتان اولویت دارد، راحتی و امنیت کودک است. علاوه بر این دو مورد، قطعاً دوست دارید که کودک هر لباسی که می‌پوشد، شیک و زیبا به نظر بیاید. با توجه به انبوهی از مدل‌ها، برندها و پارچه‌های مختلف، بی شک انتخاب بهترین لباس برای نوزاد دختر یا پسر کاری بسیار دشوار خواهد بود.

وقتی برای بار اول قصد خرید اینترنتی لباس برای نوزاد را دارید، مطمئناً با انواع توصیه‌ها از جانب والدین، دوستان، همکاران و یا افراد غریبه مواجه خواهید شد. نتیجه کار این است که با حجم زیادی از اطلاعات و توصیه‌های مختلف و شاید متناقض روبرو می‌شوید. این حالت می‌تواند شما را سردرگم‌تر از زمانی کند که هنوز هیچ اطلاعاتی در این مورد نداشتید. برای اینکه انتخاب برایتان لذت بخش شود، ما 6 نکته مهم که هنگام خرید لباس نوزادی باید در نظر بگیرید را برایتان فهرست کرده ایم. امیدواریم که به کمک توصیه‌های ما بتوانید خریدی هوشمندانه و آگاهانه داشته باشید تا علاوه بر حفظ راحتی و امنیت کودک، پول خود را بیهوده هدر ندهید.

1.جنس پارچه

تصور کنید یک نوزاد کوچک و بامزه به خانواده شما اضافه شده است. اولین واکنش شما این است که به کودک خود لباس‌هایی شیک، مد روز، روشن و گاهی گران ‌قیمت بپوشانید تا جذاب‌تر شود. با این حال لباس‌های گران‌قیمتی که خریده اید، لزوماً مطابق خواسته شما عمل نمی‌کنند. بسیاری اوقات دیده شده که پس از پوشاندن لباس نوزاد، تن او شروع به خارش کرده و دچار حساسیت‌های پوستی می‌شود. در اکثر اوقات، نوع پارچه سبب ایجاد چنین واکنش‌های پوستی می‌شود.

کودکان، مخصوصاً نوزادان تازه متولد شده پوست بسیار حساسی دارند. بنابراین هنگام خرید لباس نوزاد، بهتر است آن‌هایی که از جنس نخ پنبه هستند را انتخاب کنید. البته پارچه‌های گیاهی می‌توانند جایگزین مناسبی برای پنبه باشند زیرا علاوه بر اینکه حساسیتی برای پوست ایجاد نمی‌کنند، دارای سطحی صاف و لطیف هستند. بنابراین توصیه می‌کنیم که فقط لباس‌های تولید شده از پارچه‌های نخی پنبه‌ای (ترجیحاً 100 درصد پنبه)، پارچه‌های گیاهی تولید شده از سویا (کشمیر گیاهی) و پارچه‌های ریون بامبو را برای نوزاد خود خریداری نمایید. این پارچه‌ها به طور طبیعی و یا با استفاده از مواد طبیعی تولید می‌شوند که علاوه بر خواص بسیار خوبی که دارند، حساسیتی روی پوست بچه ایجاد نمی‌کنند.

لباس‌های نوزادی تولید شده از پارچه‌های نایلونی و پلی استر ممکن است باعث ایجاد حساسیت و مشکلات پوستی شوند، زیرا قادر به جذب رطوبت و تنظیم دمای بدن نوزاد نیستند. به همین خاطر باید از انتخاب این نوع لباس‌ها اجتناب کنید.

2. سایز لباس نوزاد

خرید یک لباس بچه گانه کوچکتر از سایز مناسب، علاوه بر اینکه موجب ناراحتی شما می‌شود، تلاش شما را برای تعویض آن دو چندان می‌کند. بنابراین پیش از خرید باید از سایز مناسب بچه اطمینان حاصل کنید. یک سایز مناسب فقط به این معنی نیست که تعویض آن راحت انجام شود، بلکه باید به گونه ای باشد که کودک به راحتی بتواند با آن حرکت کند. فقط لازم است بدانید که بچه‌ها مخصوصاً در ماه‌های ابتدایی پس از تولد، بسیار سریع رشد می‌کنند، بنابراین پیش از اینکه پول زیادی برای لباس بپردازید، به این نکته دقت کنید.

اکثر لباس‌های نوزادی دارای سایزبندی استاندارد هستند تا اگر در مورد سایز مناسب کودک خود تردید داشتید، بتوانید از آن کمک بگیرید. با این حال این اندازه‌ها کلی هستند و نوزادان ممکن است از نظر قد بین دو سایز قرار بگیرند (مثلا دارای قدی به اندازه استاندارد 3 تا 6 ماه ولی وزنی به اندازه نوزادان 6 تا 9 ماه باشند).

اگر در نهایت نتوانستید در مورد اندازه‌ها درست تصمیم بگیرید، توصیه ما این است که همیشه یک سایز بزرگ‌تر را انتخاب کنید. با انتخاب سایز بزرگ‌تر علاوه بر اینکه ریسک کوچک‌شدن سریع لباس را کم می‌کنید، راحت‌تر می‌توانید لباس را تعویض نمایید. بعد از دردسرهایی مثل تعویض پوشک، غذا دادن و آروغ زدن بچه، آخرین مرحله دردسر کشیدن برای تعویض لباس اوست. مدل‌هایی را انتخاب کنید که دارای دکمه‌های پرسی یا زیپ باشند تا راحت‌تر تعویض شوند. همچنین از خرید لباس‌های با تزیینات آویزان خودداری نمایید.

3. قیمت لباس نوزاد

برای لباسی که ممکن است کودک شما به ندرت آن را بپوشد، پول زیادی نپردازید. یک یا دو ست لباس برای مناسبت‌های خاص کافی است. همچنین از خرید تعداد زیادی سایز نیو برن خودداری کنید زیرا بچه در ماه اول بسیار سریع رشد می‌کند. اگر تصمیم دارید قبل از مشخص‌شدن جنسیت نوزاد برای او لباس بخرید، رنگ‌ها و طرح‌های خنثی را انتخاب کنید تا هزینه ای که کرده اید هدر نرود.

هنگام خرید اینترنتی لباس نوزاد، به اسم صرفه جویی، ارزان‌ترین مدل را انتخاب نکنید. اکیداً به شما توصیه می‌کنیم که هرگز کیفیت را فدای قیمت ننمایید. درست است که کودکان سریع رشد کرده و لباس، زود برایشان کوچک می‌شود، اما با خرید لباس‌های ارزانِ بی‌کیفیت، آرامش و سلامت پوست نوزاد را به خطر نیاندازید. کیفیت را به کمیت ترجیح دهید. شما می‌توانید به جای انتخاب دو عدد لباس ارزان و بی‌کیفیت، یک لباس با کیفیت و با قیمت بالاتر تهیه کنید. یادتان باشد، یک لباس ارزان همیشه بی‌کیفیت نیست. شما می‌توانید با مقداری صرف وقت، به صورت آنلاین کیفیت بالا را در کنار قیمت مناسب‌ پیدا کنید.

4. ایمنی لباس نوزاد

هنگام خرید لباس بچه گانه، دقت به ایمن بودن آن بسیار اهمیت دارد اما گاهی توسط والدین نا آگاه نادیده گرفته می‌شود. هرگز لباسی را که دارای پاپیون، دکمه قابلمه‌ای، گل، قلاب و یا موارد مشابه هستند را نخرید، زیرا ممکن است نوزاد آن را قورت داده و سبب خفگی شوند. اگر اصرار به وجود هر کدام از آن‌ها روی لباس دارید، باید آن را به گونه‌ای به لباس محکم کنید که توسط کودک کنده نشود. همچنین از خرید لباس نوزاد دارای بند نیز خودداری کنید زیرا ممکن است با پیچیدن به دور گردن، خطر خفگی را افزایش دهد.

5. فصل

اگر به فصل سال و شرایط آب و هوایی دقت نکنید، ممکن است لباس‌هایی بخرید که کودک شما حتی یکبار هم نتواند آن را بپوشد. بنابراین با برنامه‌ریزی و دقت بیشتر می‌توانید بیشترین استفاده را از لباسی که خریده‌اید، بنمایید. تهیه زودتر از موعد لباس‌های فصلی همیشه با ریسک اندازه نبودن آن‌ها در زمان مناسب، همراه است. بنابراین اگر نمی‌خواهید هیچگونه ریسکی را بپذیرید، از خرید زودتر از موعد صرف نظر کرده و صبر کنید تا در زمانی که نوزاد به لباسی احتیاج پیدا کرد آن را بخرید.

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هنگام خرید اینترنتی لباس نوزاد، به اولین چیزی که باید دقت کنید، راحت و کاربردی بودن آن است. نوزادان تازه متولد شده در بیشتر زمان روز خواب هستند، بنابراین باید لباسی انتخاب شود که مناسب این شرایط باشد. به طور مثال رامپر، سرهمی و بادی شلوار از بهترین انتخاب‌ها برای این شرایط هستند.

لازم است به این موضوع توجه داشته باشید که لباس‌های نوزاد در طول روز چندین مرتبه تعویض می‌شوند. بنابراین باید به گونه ای باشند که به راحتی قابل شستشو بوده و به خاطر شستشوهای پی در پی، زود از بین نروند. بنابراین از خرید لباس‌هایی که نیاز به شرایط خاصی برای شستشو دارند بپرهیزید. به طور مثال از انتخاب لباس‌های پشمی و کاموایی برای نوزادان در ماه‌های اول به دنیا آمدنشان خودداری کنید زیرا باید طبق دما و با شوینده‌های به خصوصی شسته شوند تا کیفیت خود را حفظ کنند.

در انتها اگر می‌خواهید انتخاب‌هایی به صرفه و اقتصادی داشته باشید، از خریدهای هیجانی و پیش از موعد برای کودکان خود بپرهیزید. امروزه با گسترش فروشگاه‌های آنلاین می‌توانید به راحتی و بدون صرف وقت و انرژی زیاد خریدتان را انجام دهید. با مقایسه توضیحات و قیمت لباس‌ها، در سایت‌های مختلف بهترین انتخاب را خواهید داشت. توصیه می‌کنیم از فروشگاه شمال مال (www.shomalmall.com) برای خرید اینترنتی لباس نوزاد استفاده کنید. در این فروشگاه توضیحات کاملی درباره هر محصول نوشته شده و در یک جدول راهنما ، اندازه دقیق هر لباس ذکر شده است. امکان پرداخت درب منزل در سراسر کشور برای خرید لباس های بچه گانه، از دیگر مزیت‌های شمال مال نسبت به فروشگاه‌های مشابه است.

منبع: مجله خبری سلام نو

 
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Top 10 Logistics Companies in India for eCommerce Shipping

As an eCommerce company in the United States, you are responsible for shipping your products to customers both domestically and internationally. You can either use a third-party logistics provider or build out your own in-house team. Regardless of which route you choose, it is important that you find the best logistics companies for your business. Here are Top 10 Logistics Companies in India for eCommerce Shipping. This list includes some very established providers with decades of experience as well as promising newcomers who may be more budget-conscious but lack little when it comes to service quality. The companies on this list offer everything from warehousing and distribution services to global air freight forwarding and delivery, so whatever type of logistical needs you have, they will likely cover them all.

Best Logistics Companies in India for eCommerce Shipping

1)Ecom Express

Ecom Express Logistic is one of the Best logistics companies in India providing services for eCommerce. They have more than 1000+satisfied clients across 100+countries with extensive coverage of 5000 + pin codes through 300 plus network partners all over India and abroad.

2)Optoro Logistics

Optoro Logistics, one of the top logistics companies in India for ecommerce shipping, is based out of New York. The company claims to be an end-to-end reverse logistics firm that provides solutions for excess returns and overstocks from online retailers. The key benefits offered by them are accurate product cataloguing, online inventory management and no upfront cost. Logistics companies in India often charge an upfront fee for their services which is usually non-refundable even if the client doesn't opt for their service after evaluating it. Logistics companies also offer customized solutions to fit every business requirement.

3)Shadowfax Logistic

Shadowfax Logistics is a logistics provider, which was founded in 2010. This company has its services available throughout India with its warehouses situated at Delhi and Bangalore. The Logistics service providers are offering courier booking facilities too that can be done via phone call or online on their website portal itself.

4)Blue Dart Logistics

Blue Dart Logistics is a market leader in express delivery, supply chain and freight forwarding. The company provides services to over 20 million customers through their network of 19 air-express offices, 34 International Express Centers (IECs), 23 Domestic Distribution Centres (DDCs) and more than 500 blue dart outlets across India. Blue dart logistics provides solutions for time-critical deliveries by availing same-day and next-day service which guarantees timely delivery of your parcels anywhere within the country.

5)Safexpress Logistics India

Safexpress Logistics offers warehousing, transportation and logistics services for eCommerce. Safexpress Logistics has a large network offering dedicated solutions to the storage and distribution needs of your business. Their customer service is excellent as well- they always respond quickly to any questions or concerns you might have about your shipment(s).

They provide end-to-end fulfillment from their warehouses to all major courier partners in order to meet delivery requirements across cities/towns within India. Their cutting-edge technology allows them to track shipments at every step along with having an efficient inventory management system that can be accessed by customers through a user-friendly portal on the website. This makes it easy for managers who want real-time information regarding the status of their orders.

6)Xpressbees Logistics

Xpressbees Logistics is a Mumbai-based logistics company that provides express and door-to-door services. Xpressbees Logistics was founded in 2011 by two young graduates from the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay - Aditya Kumar and Saurabh Garg with an aim to provide high-quality same-day delivery service at affordable prices. In 2014 they raised an investment round of $20 million from Sequoia Capital India Advisors Fund II, Singapore Raffles Education Corporation Private Limited, and existing investors.

7)XPO Logistics

XPO Logistics is a global logistics company with operations in North America, Europe and Asia. The company offers services for sea freight forwarding, airfreight forwarding and contract logistics as well as ground transportation management through its truck brokerage unit Damco Solutions. The XPO Logistics network includes more than 70 business units and over 600 owned or operated sites including 80 cross-docking facilities that enable us to offer end-to-end supply chain solutions from order fulfillment to returns processing.

In addition to providing full-service warehousing capabilities at each location, the Company’s integrated technology platform enables customers to access real-time data on products flowing through their supply chains allowing them visibility along every step of the product journey from supplier to consumer.

The XPO Logistics network serves a range of industries including retail, wholesale, third-party logistics providers and manufacturers. The Company offers fulfillment services for retailers in the United States through its Pickup Shop subsidiary which uses technology to provide an omni-channel experience enabling customers to pick up at their local store or have orders delivered. Customers include Macy’s Inc., Neiman Marcus Group LLC and Saks Fifth Avenue Enterprises LLC among others.

8)Gati Logistics

Logistic companies are important to any business that ships goods. They take care of the logistics behind getting products from one place to another in an efficient manner so customers aren’t waiting too long for their purchases and businesses don’t lose money sending out items multiple times due to failed deliveries or time-sensitive shipments. When you need a company that can handle different types of shipping, Gati Logistics is well equipped with both land and air capabilities, including refrigerated services for temperature-sensitive cargo such as foodstuff or medicine. Some other benefits offered by this logistic firm include:

• Ability to ship internationally via sea freight

• Warehouse facilities available across India

• Customized software solutions tailored toward your needs If you want to know more about Gati Logistics, check out their website.

9)ShipWizard Logistics Pvt Ltd

ShipWizard is a logistics company that provides courier and cargo services for all types of products in India. ShipWizard has its own infrastructure to transport goods safely, quickly, and efficiently throughout the country through its vast distribution network and fleet strength of over 5000+.

10)FedEx

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Conclusion: The top 10 logistics companies in India for eCommerce shipping are listed below. These leading providers offer a variety of services to suit your needs. Do you need an international courier service? A local delivery company? Or maybe just warehousing and storage help with inventory management? We know the right answer is somewhere on this list, so have a look at these great options. You can even contact them directly for more information or get started using their quote form if that’s what you prefer. Whatever you choose to do next, we hope it leads to success through superior customer care, excellent rates, and optimized resources for your business. Remember-these are the best ten logistics companies in India for eCommerce shipping because they provide solutions tailored specifically for your online stores.
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Who needs to discuss Thrifty Crochet Tips? In this post, I will uncover every one of my tips and deceives for getting a good deal on sew extras. From fasten markers to stuffing, we're covering it all!

Some things in life feel hard to begin in view of the monetary obstruction of section. How am I going to figure out how to sail or snowboard assuming I don't possess a boat or a snowboard or any of the provisions and devices? Fortunately yarn creates like knit have a low boundary of section and I'm wanting to crush extra obstructions here.

What do I want to get everything rolling with crochet?

To stitch you basically need a snare and some yarn.

Having time, interest, drive and want likewise helps however those things are quite often free. In case you're similar to me, when you start a fiber create you may see that there's significantly more stuff included (like devices and embellishments) that individuals use and talk pretty much constantly that you didn't actually know about prior to beginning. That can feel threatening. Coming up next is a rundown of frugal stitch tips that can assist with lifting your knit projects without you purchasing a ton of adornments so you can have the means to purchase the snares and yarn you truly need. 1. Frugal Crochet Project Bags

I never considered keeping my works-in-progress projects in a pack until this previous year. For quite a while, I just wrapped the venture a couple of times in the yarn I was utilizing and tossed it into whatever tote, knapsack or bicycle pack I was utilizing at that point. At the point when I was acquainted with the possibility of an undertaking sack, it seemed like somebody turned on an additional a light in the room. Gracious right, better believe it, that is great. Frugal Crochet Project Bag Ideas:

Bedsheet Bags: Sometimes when you purchase sheets for your bed, they arrive in a texture sack that is impeccably estimated and simply beseeching you to place your task in. Fortunately I have been saving these arbitrary sacks for a little while so I had a couple available all set as I gathered a huge load of Works-In-Progress (WIPs).

Clear Plastic Bags: I likewise like the unmistakable plastic packs that occasionally have a snap or zipper that sheets or home merchandise come in. Likewise, remember old solid zip-top packs! (Quart or gallon size functions admirably for an assortment of WIPs).

Old Gift Bags: If you're the sort to save old gift packs for reuse, they make dandy undertaking bags.

Crochet Your Own Project Bag:

You can likewise knit your own task sack. Knit is an art that is magnificent for making packs. This appears glaringly evident yet I believe it's worth focusing on. It's really a very fun token of your innovative ability. It's additionally a chance to rehearse new fastens, procedures or even yarn. Likewise, it's an extraordinary method for placing your frugal sew into practice!

You could likewise sew a speedy venture sack yourself. There are in reality a ton of incredible instructional exercises and Youtube recordings on the best way to make a pack out of an old shirt without sewing. Or on the other hand assuming you're somebody who has a sewing machine and some additional texture lying around, consider this choice and simply make your own undertaking bag.

2. Frugal Stitch Markers

Stitch markers are so helpful for both starting crocheters and experienced crocheters. I don't adore counting during sew and when I understood that with regards to myself I inclined toward utilizing join markers to help. While the ones accessible to purchase are great, I don't frequently have them when I really want them.

Concert and political buttons could work in a pinch.

3. A Thrifty Cutting Tool

It can feel baffling when you want to change yarns or finish a task and you really want to cut the yarn yet you don't have a cutting instrument. I frequently attempt to break the yarn with my savage strength yet here and there the yarn is more grounded than I am. While some scissors will not burn through every last cent, in case you're similar to me, at times you simply don't have some scissors in your hour of need.

Thrifty Crochet Tip: How to Cut Yarn Without Scissors?

I typically keep a couple of nail trimmers in with my snares so when I want to cut some yarn, they're there. Normally you can get a few nail trimmers in mass and afterward you can place one in each task pack with the goal that they are there when you want them.

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Top 10 Logistics Companies in India for eCommerce Shipping

As an eCommerce company in the United States, you are responsible for shipping your products to customers both domestically and internationally. You can either use a third-party logistics provider or build out your own in-house team. Regardless of which route you choose, it is important that you find the best logistics companies for your business. Here are Top 10 Logistics Companies in India for eCommerce Shipping. This list includes some very established providers with decades of experience as well as promising newcomers who may be more budget-conscious but lack little when it comes to service quality. The companies on this list offer everything from warehousing and distribution services to global air freight forwarding and delivery, so whatever type of logistical needs you have, they will likely cover them all.

Best Logistics Companies in India for eCommerce Shipping

1)Ecom Express

Ecom Express Logistic is one of the Best logistics companies in India providing services for eCommerce. They have more than 1000+satisfied clients across 100+countries with extensive coverage of 5000 + pin codes through 300 plus network partners all over India and abroad.

2)Optoro Logistics

Optoro Logistics, one of the top logistics companies in India for ecommerce shipping, is based out of New York. The company claims to be an end-to-end reverse logistics firm that provides solutions for excess returns and overstocks from online retailers. The key benefits offered by them are accurate product cataloguing, online inventory management and no upfront cost. Logistics companies in India often charge an upfront fee for their services which is usually non-refundable even if the client doesn't opt for their service after evaluating it. Logistics companies also offer customized solutions to fit every business requirement.

3)Shadowfax Logistic

Shadowfax Logistics is a logistics provider, which was founded in 2010. This company has its services available throughout India with its warehouses situated at Delhi and Bangalore. The Logistics service providers are offering courier booking facilities too that can be done via phone call or online on their website portal itself.

4)Blue Dart Logistics

Blue Dart Logistics is a market leader in express delivery, supply chain and freight forwarding. The company provides services to over 20 million customers through their network of 19 air-express offices, 34 International Express Centers (IECs), 23 Domestic Distribution Centres (DDCs) and more than 500 blue dart outlets across India. Blue dart logistics provides solutions for time-critical deliveries by availing same-day and next-day service which guarantees timely delivery of your parcels anywhere within the country.

5)Safexpress Logistics India

Safexpress Logistics offers warehousing, transportation and logistics services for eCommerce. Safexpress Logistics has a large network offering dedicated solutions to the storage and distribution needs of your business. Their customer service is excellent as well- they always respond quickly to any questions or concerns you might have about your shipment(s).

They provide end-to-end fulfillment from their warehouses to all major courier partners in order to meet delivery requirements across cities/towns within India. Their cutting-edge technology allows them to track shipments at every step along with having an efficient inventory management system that can be accessed by customers through a user-friendly portal on the website. This makes it easy for managers who want real-time information regarding the status of their orders.

6)Xpressbees Logistics

Xpressbees Logistics is a Mumbai-based logistics company that provides express and door-to-door services. Xpressbees Logistics was founded in 2011 by two young graduates from the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay - Aditya Kumar and Saurabh Garg with an aim to provide high-quality same-day delivery service at affordable prices. In 2014 they raised an investment round of $20 million from Sequoia Capital India Advisors Fund II, Singapore Raffles Education Corporation Private Limited, and existing investors.

7)XPO Logistics

XPO Logistics is a global logistics company with operations in North America, Europe and Asia. The company offers services for sea freight forwarding, airfreight forwarding and contract logistics as well as ground transportation management through its truck brokerage unit Damco Solutions. The XPO Logistics network includes more than 70 business units and over 600 owned or operated sites including 80 cross-docking facilities that enable us to offer end-to-end supply chain solutions from order fulfillment to returns processing.

In addition to providing full-service warehousing capabilities at each location, the Company’s integrated technology platform enables customers to access real-time data on products flowing through their supply chains allowing them visibility along every step of the product journey from supplier to consumer.

The XPO Logistics network serves a range of industries including retail, wholesale, third-party logistics providers and manufacturers. The Company offers fulfillment services for retailers in the United States through its Pickup Shop subsidiary which uses technology to provide an omni-channel experience enabling customers to pick up at their local store or have orders delivered. Customers include Macy’s Inc., Neiman Marcus Group LLC and Saks Fifth Avenue Enterprises LLC among others.

8)Gati Logistics

Logistic companies are important to any business that ships goods. They take care of the logistics behind getting products from one place to another in an efficient manner so customers aren’t waiting too long for their purchases and businesses don’t lose money sending out items multiple times due to failed deliveries or time-sensitive shipments. When you need a company that can handle different types of shipping, Gati Logistics is well equipped with both land and air capabilities, including refrigerated services for temperature-sensitive cargo such as foodstuff or medicine. Some other benefits offered by this logistic firm include:

• Ability to ship internationally via sea freight

• Warehouse facilities available across India

• Customized software solutions tailored toward your needs If you want to know more about Gati Logistics, check out their website.

9)ShipWizard Logistics Pvt Ltd

ShipWizard is a logistics company that provides courier and cargo services for all types of products in India. ShipWizard has its own infrastructure to transport goods safely, quickly, and efficiently throughout the country through its vast distribution network and fleet strength of over 5000+.

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If you're considering litigation after sustaining an injury, you may have made mention of a subpoena. The short definition of a subpoena is that it's an official request by an officer of the court (such as a personal injury lawyer) for documents or for someone to appear in court. It is legally binding and will be upheld by the court. Those who ignore a subpoena will be subject to punishment such as jail, fines, and/or civil or criminal penalties.

Types of Subpoenas

Your personal injury lawyer can explain which type or types of subpoenas will be used in your particular case. There are two main types:

  1. Subpoena ad testificandum. This type of subpoena requires a person to testify in court or to another type of legal authority such as a lawyer.
  2. Subpoena duces tecum. This type of subpoena requires a person to produce information, materials, or documents that are considered evidence in a court case. Those that typically employ this type of subpoena are child custody, divorce, sex offender, and personal injury cases.
The Purpose of a Subpoena

A subpoena offers lawyers the opportunity to obtain critical information for their client's case, whether it's a state or federal matter, civil or criminal case.

  • In a criminal case, the lawyer may use a subpoena to procure testimony from a witness to prove or disprove their client or the defendant did or did not commit the crime for which they are being tried.
  • In a civil case, the lawyer may use a subpoena to procure testimony from a witness to prove or disprove the plaintiff or defendant is at-fault. For example, if you were injured in a slip and fall accident, your lawyer may use a subpoena to compel witnesses to testify about the property owner's negligence which led to your injury.
Additional Reasons for a Subpoena

It is not only people who can be the focus of a subpoena. A subpoena can be used to collect evidence such as:

  • DNA samples
  • Computer files, included photos and other material downloaded from the Internet
  • Blood test results
  • Medical records
  • Insurance records
  • DMV records
  • Income tax returns
  • Employment information
Who can issue a subpoena?

Usually, it's a licensed attorney who issues a subpoena to someone or an agency. In some instances, the subpoena must be approved and signed off by an administrative law judge who will review the need for it, especially if the subject is a public figure. If someone is representing themselves and is not a licensed lawyer, they might receive authorization to submit a subpoena in support of their case. However, this is unusual.

Consult a Personal Injury Lawyer to Protect Your Rights

If you were injured in an avoidable accident caused by someone else, contact the top personal injury attorneys Atlanta, GA trusts to find out about your legal options. You may be eligible for a substantial settlement for your injury costs, including your pain and suffering. Call us today to request a free consultation with our personal injury lawyer.

Contact a Personal Injury Lawyer: https://attorneyandrew.com/personal-injury-attorneys-atlanta-ga/




 
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What Is a Subpoena?

If you're considering litigation after sustaining an injury, you may have made mention of a subpoena. The short definition of a subpoena is that it's an official request by an officer of the court (such as a personal injury lawyer) for documents or for someone to appear in court. It is legally binding and will be upheld by the court. Those who ignore a subpoena will be subject to punishment such as jail, fines, and/or civil or criminal penalties.

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What Is a Subpoena?

If you're considering litigation after sustaining an injury, you may have made mention of a subpoena. The short definition of a subpoena is that it's an official request by an officer of the court (such as a personal injury lawyer) for documents or for someone to appear in court. It is legally binding and will be upheld by the court. Those who ignore a subpoena will be subject to punishment such as jail, fines, and/or civil or criminal penalties.

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If you're considering litigation after sustaining an injury, you may have made mention of a subpoena. The short definition of a subpoena is that it's an official request by an officer of the court (such as a personal injury lawyer) for documents or for someone to appear in court. It is legally binding and will be upheld by the court. Those who ignore a subpoena will be subject to punishment such as jail, fines, and/or civil or criminal penalties.
 
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Types of Subpoenas
 
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Your personal injury lawyer can explain which type or types of subpoenas will be used in your particular case. There are two main types:
 
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  1. Subpoena ad testificandum. This type of subpoena requires a person to testify in court or to another type of legal authority such as a lawyer.
  2. Subpoena duces tecum. This type of subpoena requires a person to produce information, materials, or documents that are considered evidence in a court case. Those that typically employ this type of subpoena are child custody, divorce, sex offender, and personal injury cases.
The Purpose of a Subpoena
 
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A subpoena offers lawyers the opportunity to obtain critical information for their client's case, whether it's a state or federal matter, civil or criminal case.
 
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  • In a criminal case, the lawyer may use a subpoena to procure testimony from a witness to prove or disprove their client or the defendant did or did not commit the crime for which they are being tried.
  • In a civil case, the lawyer may use a subpoena to procure testimony from a witness to prove or disprove the plaintiff or defendant is at-fault. For example, if you were injured in a slip and fall accident, your lawyer may use a subpoena to compel witnesses to testify about the property owner's negligence which led to your injury.
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It is not only people who can be the focus of a subpoena. A subpoena can be used to collect evidence such as:
 
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  • DNA samples
  • Computer files, included photos and other material downloaded from the Internet
  • Blood test results
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  • DMV records
  • Income tax returns
  • Employment information
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Usually, it's a licensed attorney who issues a subpoena to someone or an agency. In some instances, the subpoena must be approved and signed off by an administrative law judge who will review the need for it, especially if the subject is a public figure. If someone is representing themselves and is not a licensed lawyer, they might receive authorization to submit a subpoena in support of their case. However, this is unusual.
 
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If you were injured in an avoidable accident caused by someone else, contact the top personal injury attorneys Atlanta, GA trusts to find out about your legal options. You may be eligible for a substantial settlement for your injury costs, including your pain and suffering. Call us today to request a free consultation with our personal injury lawyer.
 
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Contact a Personal Injury Lawyer: https://attorneyandrew.com/personal-injury-attorneys-atlanta-ga/
 
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It also allows the user to set the lubricant feed and distribution for both steel-backed plain bearing bush bushes and bushes with a steel backing made of copper alloys and aluminium alloys.

Because plain bearing bushes made from sintered metals are soaked in lubricant, it is not possible to specify the lubricant feed or distribution. Plain bearing bushes made from artificial carbon do not require oil or grease to lubricate.

Commercial kitchen fire extinguishing systems - Design, documentation and testing requirements

EN 17446.2021

This document outlines the minimum requirements for the design, installation and functioning of fixed automatic fire extinguishing system for kitchen protection. It covers the kitchen appliances as well as the plenum, exhaust ducts, and the hood.

This document also contains requirements for performance of components and construction as they relate to certain types, sizes, and arrangements of pre-engineered kitchen-fire-extinguishing system.

This document does NOT cover industrial food production equipment or household kitchens.

Information and documentation -- Guidelines to bibliographic references and citations of information resources

ISO 690.2021

This document outlines a set of guidelines and principles for the preparation and publication of bibliographic references in works that are not primarily bibliographical. This document is applicable to bibliographic citations and bibliographical references for all types of information resources including monographs, serials. A contributions within monographs. serials. Patents. Cartographic materials. Performances. Music.

Part 215: High-voltage controlgear and switchgear - Phase comparator for VDIS (IEC 622271-215.2021)

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IEC 622711-215:2021 applies to phase comparators that are plugged into the testing points for a voltage detecting system (VDIS), according to IEC 622711-213 to show the results of a phase analysis. This is used to show the phase relationship between two energized components of a high voltage network at the same nominal voltage before coupling them. This edition replaces the 1997 edition of IEC 61243-5 and the 2011 edition of IEC62271-206. This edition combines the contents of IEC 61243-5 with IEC 62271-206. This edition contains the following technical changes in comparison to previous editions IEC 61243-5 or IEC 62271-206. The document does not include specific phase comparators (SPCs), which were specific to manufacturers. It also takes back the technical principles for the universal phase comparator, (UPC), for VDIS of all manufacturer; the phase comparator is introduced for sequential connected operation to allow phase comparation of large-sized MV panels.

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IEC 61753-085:02:2021 specifies the minimum initial measurement and test requirements that a fibre-optic pigtailed coarse wavelength division multiplexing device (CWDM) must meet in order to be classified as meeting the requirements for category C (indoor controlled environments), as described in Annex A to IEC 61753-1.2018. IEC 62074-1 defines CWDM. This is the first edition that cancels and replaces IEC 617533-085-2, which was published in 2008. This edition is a technical revision. This edition contains the following technical change in respect to IEC61753-085-2. Change of test conditions that harmonize with IEC 61753-1.2018.

Optical fibre cable specification - Optical cable elements and fibre ribbon (IEC 60794-1-31:2021)

EN IEC 60794-1 - 31:2021

This section of IEC 60794, which serves as a generic specification, deals with optical fibre ribbons. These requirements apply to optical fiber ribbon cables for use in telecommunication equipment, and devices employing similar technologies. IEC 60794-2 is for indoor use. IEC 60794-3 is for outdoor use. IEC 60794-4 is for self-supporting overhead use. IEC60794-4 is for indoor/outdoor. IEC60794-4 is for air blown. You can find detailed specification in the documents of specification for each application, such as IEC60794-2 or IEC 60794-3. See this Collection of standard from ISO, IEC, CEN, CENELEC, ETSI, and SIST for examples.

Fixed inductors for electromagnetic interference suppression Part 2: Sectional specification of power line chokes (IEC60938-2:2021)

EN IEC 60938-2.2021

This standard applies to fixed-inductors that are designed to suppress electromagnetic interference. They will be connected to an AC mains supply or another supply with a nominal voltage of not more than 1000 V AC r.m.s. or 1500 V DC with no nominal frequency exceeding 400 Hz.

This International Standard only applies to inductors that are fixed and have passed safety tests. Inductors that conform to this specification can be connected to mains supply when Annex A's mandatory tests are necessary or used in other circuit positions in which the equipment specification requires that they pass all or some of the safety tests.

Plain bearings – Lubrication holes and grooves and pockets – Dimensions, types and application to bearing bush

ISO 12128.2020

This document contains the dimensions of lubrication holes, grooves, and pockets for bearing bush bushes. You can enter these dimensions on drawings using the designation examples. They are used depending on the operating conditions.

It also allows the user to set the lubricant feed and distribution for both steel-backed plain bearing bush bushes and bushes with a steel backing made of copper alloys and aluminium alloys.

Because plain bearing bushes made from sintered metals are soaked in lubricant, it is not possible to specify the lubricant feed or distribution. Plain bearing bushes made from artificial carbon do not require oil or grease to lubricate.

Commercial kitchen fire extinguishing systems - Design, documentation and testing requirements

EN 17446.2021

This document outlines the minimum requirements for the design, installation and functioning of fixed automatic fire extinguishing system for kitchen protection. It covers the kitchen appliances as well as the plenum, exhaust ducts, and the hood.

This document also contains requirements for performance of components and construction as they relate to certain types, sizes, and arrangements of pre-engineered kitchen-fire-extinguishing system.

This document does NOT cover industrial food production equipment or household kitchens.

Information and documentation -- Guidelines to bibliographic references and citations of information resources

ISO 690.2021

This document outlines a set of guidelines and principles for the preparation and publication of bibliographic references in works that are not primarily bibliographical. This document is applicable to bibliographic citations and bibliographical references for all types of information resources including monographs, serials. A contributions within monographs. serials. Patents. Cartographic materials. Performances. Music.

Part 215: High-voltage controlgear and switchgear - Phase comparator for VDIS (IEC 622271-215.2021)

EN IEC 622271-215.2021

IEC 622711-215:2021 applies to phase comparators that are plugged into the testing points for a voltage detecting system (VDIS), according to IEC 622711-213 to show the results of a phase analysis. This is used to show the phase relationship between two energized components of a high voltage network at the same nominal voltage before coupling them. This edition replaces the 1997 edition of IEC 61243-5 and the 2011 edition of IEC62271-206. This edition combines the contents of IEC 61243-5 with IEC 62271-206. This edition contains the following technical changes in comparison to previous editions IEC 61243-5 or IEC 62271-206. The document does not include specific phase comparators (SPCs), which were specific to manufacturers. It also takes back the technical principles for the universal phase comparator, (UPC), for VDIS of all manufacturer; the phase comparator is introduced for sequential connected operation to allow phase comparation of large-sized MV panels.

 
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