It is a good day to give thanks indeed!!! RedyMoney sincerely hopes you had a restful weekend and you are gearing to go again. We would like to give you a productive tip for your week, and if these tips are helpful (or not) do not hesitate to let us know.
“Create a list of “Once a Days.”
Many things only need to be done once per day, twice at most. Checking voicemail and Facebook are some examples. Create a list of your personal “once a days” and make sure these tasks aren’t creeping into your workload unnecessarily.” (thank you to our friends over at entrepreneur.com)
On those ‘once a day’ tasks that you usually do, outside of routine posts from RedyMoney, you may find the internet buzzing with two days of observation, (#oops) on the same day. Let’s dissect:
- The first Tuesday of May, each year, is observed as World Asthma Day. The Global Initiative for Asthma (GINA) has the ultimate aim of increasing awareness about the chronic disease and to champion making treatment more widely available whilst highlighting the cause and triggers, particularly those that can be stemmed.The first Tuesday of May, each year, is observed as World Asthma Day. The Global Initiative for Asthma (GINA) has the ultimate aim of increasing awareness about the chronic disease and to champion making treatment more widely available whilst highlighting the cause and triggers, particularly those that can be stemmed. This year’s theme highlights the effects of air pollution on Asthmatics. If the world continues on this current trend (pollution) and all, the number of diagnoses will increase in little time.The numbers projected are nothing short of depressing. We hope this feeling is the impetus for immediate actions to stem the spread of this chronic disease. We welcome solutions that see less harmful gases permeating the air. #Anyone?
- RedyMoney just feels so envious of the days of observance that have been incepted by the UN (how awesome is that!!!) It would be remiss of us then to not highlight, that also on May 3, Press Freedom is highlighted. These journalists must love the UN. This year’s theme focuses on the fundamental freedoms and access to information that the press should be allowed. The press is not only journalists, but reporters, cameramen; in other words, everyone it takes to make a story.
And to think, the very nature of the job is to provide information to the general populace, who for the most part are not privy to meetings themselves or not even included in decision making processes; on matters that will undoubtedly affect them, mind you. It is in this regard especially, that the press becomes important, and this is just one facet. There is also the safety and protection for the news bearers themselves
We have said more than a mouthful an enough to keep you filled until we meet again!!!