1. Stop power and gas; unplug all appliances.
2. Close all windows, ensuring they can’t be constrained open.
3. Bolt all doors and secure other conceivable port of entry.
4. Bolt all wardrobes and cupboards, particularly those where assets are put away.
5. Discard all transient and perishable food.
6. Dispose of inflammable material, for example, old daily papers, cleaning liquids, varnishes, and so forth., and don’t leave matches lying around.
7. Check all faucets, and close off water connection.
8. Shield from dust with daily papers or residue sheets your furniture or beds which can’t be put away.
9. Entrust spare keys to trustworthy neighbors for emergency situations.
1. Serve moderately lean cuts portion of meat. Trim off excess fat from meat before cooking or before serving.
2. Use more chicken, poultry and fish ,instead of beef, in the daily food intake
3. Broil or boil instead of fry foods. Use cooking methods that do not consistently add unnecessary fat to the daily diet.
4. Use less-sodium margarine for bread spread.
Most of us use Windows at work. But only a few actually know time-saving shortcuts that would make work simpler. Check some of them below.
(Win = Windows logo key)
1.) Win : Open Start Menu
2.) Win+L: Lock computer
3.) Win+D: Display the Desktop
4.) Win+E: Open Computer
5.) Win+F: Search for a file or folder
6.) Win+M: Minimize all windows
7.) Win+R: Open the Run dialog box