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Radiobrötchen

Da es auch Spreeblick-LeserInnen interessieren könnte: Das Thema der kommenden TRACKBACK-Ausgabe steht fest.

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Hudsonblick 23: Farewell, Cruel World

(Intro von Johnny)

„Couldn’t sleep. Wrote this.“

Das schickt mir Carlito in einer Mail und ich wünschte, er würde öfter nicht schlafen können. Von unserem NYC-Korrespdondenten: Warum die Klimakatastrophe nicht aufzuhalten ist. Wahrscheinlich.

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Hudsonblick 22: Where“™s Carlito?

carlito

Carlito meldet sich aus den US von A exklusiv für Spreeblick. Mit einem Einblick in die amerikanische Realität der New New Economy…

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Appetite for Self-Destruction

(on the occasion of the hangover prior to the first day of a new job)

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Hudsonblick 20: Be the Bullet

Die unregelmäßige Kolumne unseres Übersee-Korrespondenten feiert ihre 20. Ausgabe. Aus diesem Anlass ändert Charles seinen Namen. Warum? Weil er’s kann!

Wäre dieser Artikel, der auch mit „Zen und die Kunst des Schießens“ übertitelt sein könnte, auf deutsch, würde er sicher eine lange Diskussion auslösen. Mal sehen, was er in seiner Originalsprache bewirkt…

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Hudsonblick 19: Ur-Motive

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(Photo © 05moon)

Unregelmäßig genug um nicht zur Gewohnheit zu werden und verlässlich genug um sich darauf zu freuen landen Mails von Charles in meiner Inbox, der, wie wiederkehrende Leser/-innen wissen, vor einigen Monaten von NYC nach New Jersey gezogen ist und von dort seine Gedanken für Spreeblick bündelt.

In dieser Ausgabe lässt er sie jedoch eher schweifen. Ab. In die eigene Kindheit.

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The Rhythm, the Rebel

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(Foto © Get Ahead)

Immer wenn man es am wenigsten erwartet meldet sich Charles, unser Mann aus Übersee, mit einem seiner Berichte. Dieses Mal zieht er seinen Hut vor Chuck D. und Public Enemy. Und geht unter die MashUp-Künstler.

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Hudsonblick 18

Between soccer practices, dinner prep, loads (and loads) of laundry, work meetings, and the occasional doctors visit, finding time to fit in exercise—and do even the smallest things to stay healthy—can be a real challenge for parents. The good news: it can be done. Follow these tips to maximize your time to squeeze in that much-needed exercise to remain healthy and stress free.

Look for Holes. No, not in your 10 year old’s socks, but rather, look for small times throughout your day when you can squeeze in small bursts of exercise. Love watching Dancing With the Stars? Make use of your time by doing crunches on every commercial break during the two-hour show. Waiting for the kids to finish up karate? Bring your running shoes and do your own boot camp in the parking lot. (A quick search of HIIT—high-intensity interval training—workouts online can help you create a routine).
What is Oral Hygiene?
Oral hygiene is the practice of keeping your teeth free from decay and your other mouth structures free from infection. This includes regular brushing and flossing. Dr. Z also highly recommends dental exams and cleaning at least twice a year to ensure good oral hygiene.

Oral hygiene is vital to an individual’s overall health and well-being. Studies have shown that untreated oral diseases may increase the risk of adverse health conditions. Thus, maintaining good oral hygiene is important in improving your oral health and overall well-being.

5 Reasons Why Oral Hygiene is Important
The primary goal of oral hygiene is to prevent plaque buildup that may cause tooth decay or gum infection. Beyond your oral health, here are 5 good reasons why oral hygiene is important:

#1 It Affects Your Overall Health
Your mouth serves as the door to the internal parts of your body. The mouth also serves as a vantage point for detecting early symptoms of systemic diseases. Systemic diseases such as diabetes, often starts to become apparent as a mouth lesion or other dental problems such as gum infection.

Research from Harvard shows that patients with periodontal disease are at a greater risk of having heart disease. According to this research, periodontal disease increases the body’s burden of inflammation. Chronic inflammation may affect many parts of the body including artery inflammation.

Aside from diabetes and cardiovascular conditions, here are other health complications caused by poor oral hygiene:

Bacterial Pneumonia
Infective Endocarditis
Pregnancy Complications
Low Birth Weight
Cancer
Sepsis
By keeping your teeth and mouth clean can help prevent the risks of health complications. It is also best to schedule regular dental checkups every six months to ensure good oral health and hygiene.

#2 Earlier Detection of Oral Diseases
A salient component of proper oral hygiene is visiting Dr. Z at least twice a year in Locust, NC. With your dental visits, he can examine and evaluate your dental conditions regularly. Dental examinations and cleaning can help detect any oral conditions or health complications caused by oral diseases.

#3 Prevents Tooth Loss
Tooth loss is the most common dental problem for children and adults. One of the many reasons for tooth loss is poor dental hygiene. Plaque buildup caused by poor oral hygiene may result in severe tooth decay or gum infection which, in turn, may cause tooth loss, make sure to get an appointment with best dentist Omaha.

Regular and proper brushing and flossing can help reduce plaque buildup. However, brushing and flossing are not enough to ensure that your oral health and hygiene are in top shape, it is best to schedule professional dental cleaning 2 times a year. This is to ensure that the hard-to-reach teeth and gum lines are plaque and tartar-free.

#4 Helps Your Dentist Create an Oral Treatment Plan for Your
Dental conditions and mouth structures vary for each patient. These dental conditions can be detected during regular dental visits. Dental evaluations can help create a dental plan that is unique for every patient’s needs.

Whether you are feeling conscious about teeth misalignment or you are suffering from severe tooth decay, Dr. Z will work with you in creating an oral care plan. The aim is to help you achieve your dental goals, while ensuring good oral health and hygiene.

#5 To Have A Whiter and Brighter Smile
Do you have the confidence to flash those pearly whites?

For a healthy smile, you must practice good oral hygiene every day. Keeping your teeth plaque-free can help you smile with confidence.

These are just 5 good reasons why oral hygiene is important. Practicing good and proper hygiene is a good investment not just for your teeth but for your overall well-being.

Here are some tips to ensure and maintain good oral hygiene:

Eat healthy foods and avoid sugary snacks.
Avoid the use of tobacco products.
Rinse your mouth with water after meals or chew sugarless gum.
Brush your teeth at least twice a day or after every meal.
Protect your teeth with a mouth guard when playing contact sports.
Use a night guard when you tend to grind your teeth during your sleep.
Schedule preventive dental care treatment for your child.
Visit Locust Family Dentistry every 6 months for your regular dental exams and cleaning.

Stash a Resistance Band. Utilize the time you need a break from office work by pulling out a resistance band and performing some great lower and upper body strength training moves. Target your triceps with overhead triceps presses, build your biceps with hammer curls, and strengthen your outer quads by doing side-to-side shuffles. On the latter, speed up the pace to get a cardio workout, too.

Wake Up (and Go To Bed) 15 Minutes Early. Sleep is precious. But by kicking your snooze button habit and by DVRing Jimmy Kimmel, you can fit in 30 minutes of exercise over the course of your day. The first week will be tough, but once you do it for a span of seven days it will become second nature.

Wear Your Baby. Or, rather, just carry her. When babies are young—as in, less than 6 to 8 months old—they’re relatively easy to carry and not as anxious to crawl. Take advantage of this time and “try carrying him or her around with you as often as possible,” suggests Beth Shaw, founder of world-renowned YogaFit studios, the largest yoga school in the world. “Consciously engage your core and leg muscles when you pick up and put down your child, making sure to bend from the knees instead of the back. This should do just as much toning as multiple sets of squats or dead lifts at the gym.”

Child Share. Nanny sharing has become the norm among stay-at-home parents, who work part-time. But for those who are full-time stay-at-home parents, enlisting your mommy and daddy friends to watch your kids while you work out (and vice versa) is a great way to get those 30 minutes of recommended exercise in a few times a week.

Get a group together for exercise and play group! SAMPLE

Mix Up Your Family Activities. According to a recent study from the Journal of Marriage and Family, quality trumps quantity when it comes to spending time with your kids. So make the most of those moments by sneaking in a little exercise, too. “Activities like swimming and biking can be lots of fun for you and your children,” says Shaw. “Instead of driving to the supermarket, attach a baby seat to your bike and pedal there, or, spend an afternoon at the pool helping your little one improve his or her swimming.”

Take Advantage of (Free!) Child Care. Sometimes there are things in life that are free. And that includes child care. Enroll in a gym that offers free child watch services or, at the very least, offers it for a minimal fee. (Many YMCAs offer free child care for its members.) That way you can Zumba, kick box, and Spin your way to six-pack abs while your little one is having a play date with 10 other kids his age. For more information about healthy supplements visit sfexaminer.com.

Include Your Child. Monkey see, monkey do. If you include your child in your workouts, whether they’re attempting Downward Dog, pushups, or planks, you’re showing your little one that staying healthy and fit is an important part of your life. And the more she sees Mom and Dad exercising their bodies, the more likely she is to want to commit herself to doing the same.

Make house chores fun! It seems impossible that cleaning could ever be considered fun or a great workout. But the truth is, anyone who has ever mopped a floor, cleaned a bathroom, or vacuumed a flight of stairs knows that cleaning is definitely a workout. Make it even more so by getting the kids in on the action. “Transform routine chores like cleaning the house into fun, active games your children can participate in,” advises Shaw. “For example, see who can pick up and put away 10 things the fastest. This will get both of you moving and laughing to boot.” Bonus: your house gets a pick-me-up and you squeeze in a workout. Check out the latest java burn reviews.

Stay Hydrated. Water may not be the proverbial fountain of youth, but it’s pretty darn close. Besides improving your skin and keeping your digestive system moving, H2O can help keep cravings and hunger at bay. “Getting dehydrated will make you feel even more tired and hungrier than usual,” says Shaw, “so take a bottle with you everywhere and sip it constantly.” Rule of thumb: drink half your body weight in water (in ounces) every day.

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Just say NO to Tractors!

Der neue Hudsonblick von Charles ist da! Uff Englisch, wie immer. Kommentieren darf man übrigens auch auf Deutsch!

A V for Vendetta Movie Review

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Check one, Check two!

This is a special announcement for the german people from the West Coast (unbedingt groß schreiben, also wie: West Coast). Wie fühlt sich sowas an? Einen Artikel für Spreeblick zu schreiben? Ist es etwas anderes, einen Artikel für 500 oder einen für derzeit 50.000 Leute zu schreiben? Gleich mal vorausgeschickt: ja, tut es. Es fühlt sich anders an. Read on my dear…

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Poisoned!

Alle paar Wochen hier bei Spreeblick: Die Gastkolumne von Charles, direkt aus dem Land der unbegrenzten Unmöglichkeiten. Bring your english. Diesmal: Vergiftet in Frankreich.

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The Year is One – The Importance of Corporate Formalities

The Importance of Corporate Formalities
While business incorporation is important for any business owner in order to limit his or her personal liability for business debts, it may not always be enough as far as protection is concerned. Another aspect of protecting oneself, brought to life recently by The Business Law Post, relates to corporate formalities, which are important even to one-person corporations and LLC owners. Should these not be observed, the owner may still be liable for company debts.

The following are all considered corporate formalities:-

Bylaws: a set of rules formed by the company that governs how the corporation is run.
A Board of Directors with Formal Meetings: a BOD should be established by every corporation. This BOD should meet on a regular basis and minutes should be taken and recorded at each meeting. At the next BOD meeting, the minutes should be approved and adopted by the board to ensure accuracy. Every major decision should be added to the corporation’s bylaws.
Shareholders Meetings: all company shareholders should meet regularly – probably less frequently than the BOD – with the same minutes process outlined above. Get the best assistance from a best llc attorney.

A Separate Bank Account: at no point should personal and company funds intermix.
Stock Ledger: this ledger should reflect stock ownership along with the names and addresses of all shareholders.
A Name: while it’s a given that each corporation would have a name, all business should be conducted under this name whether by the owner, a director, an officer or other employee.
Clear Assets, Filings, Taxes: all assets, filings and taxes should be handled in a formal manner to ensure legal operations and overall standing.
In all situations, it is important to follow corporate formalities at all times to ensure coverage under your corporation status.