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Hire a Maid to Ease your Burden and Not the Other Way Around


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By: Elena Grace Flores

MAID @ AKIBA
MAID @ AKIBA (Photo credit: MIKI Yoshihito (´・ω・))

Hiring a maid can make your life complicated if you are not careful. Instead of minimizing your tasks, sometimes they can be doubled if you hire the wrong one. It’s strongly advised to hire a maid right from the very start especially if you have a baby or children in the house. The advises in this article are golden and will not easily fade away. Read this and hire a maid who is a big help:

Choosing a live-in maid

by: http://www.babycenter.in

How do I choose a live-in maid?

Hiring a full-time help can be a big bonus as this will provide you much needed extra help as well as allow you some time off. However, before you hire a maid, either part-time or live-in, you need to consider a few things. Do you really need a live in maid? What will be her role? http://www.babycenter.in/a1023990/choosing-a-live-in-maid



If you hire a maid who will live with you, the more that you should be cautious in selecting one. Remember that the maid you choose will be part of your family and not just a mere employee. Personal matter cannot be hidden from this person so, it is best to observe her qualities before you seal the deal. Implement the guidelines now and you won’t be sorry.

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Proper Boarding House Operation


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By: Elena Grace Flores

English: : Boarding House
English: : Boarding House (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Fighting with boarders or conflicts between boarders can occur if there are no proper house rules in place. Although changes are needed as time goes by, there are rules that cannot get outdated. This article is classic and the tips on house rules can be applied in different cultures. Contracts, entries and end of tenancy are also discussed comprehensively here to safeguard your investment. Have a look to see what I mean:

Boarding house tenancy rules

By: http://www.dbh.govt.nz

The Residential Tenancies Amendment Act 2010 also covers boarding houses.

A boarding house is a residential premises that contains one or more boarding rooms, with facilities for communal use by the tenants and is occupied, or intended to be occupied by at least six tenants at any one time.

A boarding house tenancy is a residential tenancy in a boarding house that is intended to, or that does in fact, last 28 days or more. http://www.dbh.govt.nz/landlords-boarding-houses-rules#house-rules



Boarding houses are not just some kind of business to operate. This is where young people are spending most years of their lives while finishing college, job training or working for their initial careers. It must be pleasant, clean, safe and a healthy place to be –  to compliment to the welfare of these promising boarders like family. If you own one, organize the system well and enjoy the fulfillment in life when you hear from your successful ex-boarders in the future – plus the return of your investment and profit.

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Renting a Land Temporarily?


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By: Elena Grace Flores
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Corporate or association owned properties are subject to certain laws of the land in the Philippines. There are things to consider like zoning, building code, construction regulations and taxation plus many more. Before negotiating for a long-term or short term lease, know these things especially when renting a land temporarily. Read them here:

Property ownership for corporations (Third of six part series)

By: MST News

What are the rights and restrictions of private corporations or associations organized under the Philippine laws in acquiring and owning real property in the Philippines?

Private Corporations or associations organized under the laws of the Philippines 60% of the capital of which is owned by Filipinos are entitled to acquire and own private lands in the Philippines. http://manilastandardtoday.com/2013/09/16/property-ownership-for-corporations-third-of-six-part-series/



Land use inside a private subdivision must follow the policies imposed by the homeowners association. This is for the protection of the homeowners and all the land users around the village and adjacent areas. There must be right of way, easement and other protocols that must be followed to be able to live harmoniously with each other.

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Prevent Rusty Water Tank


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By: Elena Grace Flores

Water Tank
Water Tank (Photo credit: Studiomill)

Annoyed with smelly, blurry and brownish water early in the morning? Just do proper maintenance by checking, searching for  a qualified plumber and hiring one. You can save not just your water tank but also your water heater if you live in cold countries. Read this and follow the guidelines below to prevent  a rusty water tank:

How to Prevent Hot Water Tank Rust

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If you run your hot water and it comes out discoloured with a brown or reddish tinge, chances are that your hot water tank or water heater has rusted and corroded on the inside. Besides being unsightly it can also have an unpleasant smell and should be repaired as soon as possible. Hot water tanks not only heat water but store it for later use, so the tanks internal components are constantly exposed to water.  http://www.homeimprovementpages.com.au/article/hot_water_tank_rust



Rusty water tanks can be difficult to repair if proper maintenance is not done. Worst case scenario, you have to get a new one. So, preventing it from corrosion can save you a lot of money and unpleasant water-related experiences. Do it now if you have not done it yet because it’s just a matter of time for all water tanks.

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Bury your Dead Dog Right


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By: Elena Grace Flores

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Dogs are lovable creatures when nurtured well – but what happens when they die? Shall you just wrap them inside garbage bags and throw them like garbage? Worst, secretly dispose them in the backyard or your neighbor’s abandoned land? Even after life, they are still your pets and you should bury them right. Read this:

What Should I Do If My Dog Dies at Home?

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Question: What Should I Do If My Dog Dies at Home?

Answer: Losing your beloved dog is difficult in any situation. However, if your pet dies at the veterinarian’s office, they can help handle the remains for you. If your dog dies suddenly at home, you will need to take certain steps and make a few decisions right away.http://dogs.about.com/od/petloss/f/What-Should-I-Do-If-My-Dog-Dies-At-Home.htm



It was devastating already knowing that my neighbor’s young dog disappeared when I entered the compound gate one afternoon – after buying some dog food. Little did I know that it died because of vehicular accident. I asked where it was buried but my neighbor said – it’s far away. Then this morning, another neighbor complained that bad smell was coming out from the abandoned land next to them. To my dismay, it was the lost dog in my compound that I was looking for earlier.

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