Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Monday, March 7, 2011
Spring Cleaning Tips to Protect from Identity Theft
The Identity Theft Resource Center recommends their Top 5 Tips for spring cleaning the home office:
Begin with the Basics: Sort through the piles of paperwork on your desk and in your office drawers. Place them into two categories: ‘save’ and ‘shred.’
Proper Storage: Organize the "save" pile into labeled folders and be sure to put anything confidential into a fire-proof lock box. The "shred" pile should be properly disposed of with a Cross-Cut shredder, such as a Fellowes P-12C.
Cross-Cut technology is an important feature for a shredder because it provides high security, destroying confidential information into unidentifiable pieces. Equally important are enhanced safety features, such as Fellowes' SafeSense technology, which shuts the machine down when hands come too close to the paper opening, which is so important if you have children.
Get a Digital Makeover: Refresh your home office computer by deleting files you no longer use and backing-up important data onto an external hard drive. Clean out your inbox and change all passwords. Refreshing your computer is a good practice to follow throughout the year as well.
Make Life Easier: Plan ahead by purchasing organizational tools for your desk, such as computer risers or file folder holders. This will help clear clutter from your desk top while keeping things within arms reach.
Freshen Up: Get rid of dust and germs that easily build up on office equipment such as keyboards, telephones and cabinets. You'll feel instantly more productive with a clean workspace.
Disclosure: I wrote this post to be entered in a drawing to win a Fellowes P-12C shredder from One2One Network & Fellowes. All opinions are my own.
Thursday, October 28, 2010
Wednesday, October 27, 2010
one2one Network has a new look/website, that includes new badges as well!
Disclaimer: I have updated their badge on my blog's sidebar for a chance to win a $25 gift card.
Tuesday, October 26, 2010
When I looked up the available games to play with the PlayStation® Move, there are so many to choose from! Here are a couple of my favorites:
Sports Champions: Great for the competitive, sporty, athletic fans. It's a good game to play to get the blood and body moving. There are 6 sport games, 10 athletes, 3 gameplay modes and modern/medieval to choose from.
Dance Dance Revolution: For the dancers and party-goers, this game has the latest hits to dance and play to. I remember going to the arcades (and friends' homes) just to play the earlier versions of this game. Unlike the older versions, Playstation® Move will integrate the hand motions in addition to the footwork.
Little Big Planet 2: After playing the critically acclaimed Little Big Planet, the fun must continue by playing Little Big Planet 2! I had the cutest Sack
Time Crisis: Razing Storm: I am not the best at shooting games, but I sure love to play them. I always play the latest Time Crisis (with my boyfriend as my sidekick, hehehe) when I am at the arcades. My downfall though is I use a lot of credit, but barely beat the levels :( At least with Time Crisis: Razing Storm, I can play at the comfort of my own home and practice my shooting skills without spending credits :)
Thursday, October 14, 2010
Tuesday, October 12, 2010
Saturday, October 9, 2010