Posts by Elenor

Picking the Perfect Wedding Hairstyle

Posted by on Jan 9, 2017 in Marriage | 0 comments

Wedding is one of the milestones of a woman’s life, so you want everything to be perfect, the design of the venue, the comfort of your invited guests, your groom, and of course, yourself.

You are the star of the show, and you want to appear like it. One of the things that concern you is your hairstyle. It is one of the most difficult things to determine for your wedding day. In fact, Therapy Hair Salon is a legitimate business because of the sheer demand for such a thing.

There are simple things you should consider so you can know the perfect wedding hairstyle for you. Why simple, you ask? Because choosing a hairstyle should not even be complicated.

Make sure it complements your overall look

You dress is, of course, the most prominent player in your overall look, so everything should complement your dress, not the other way around.

You should also determine whether you would like some hair accessories or not, and how they can harmonize with your dress, hairstyle, and maybe even the venue.

Use your hair type as an advantage (or don’t)

Not because a style complements your dress, it already means that you should go for that style. You should also consider the characteristics of your hair and accept that these characteristics can put limitations on what you can do.

But don’t be afraid to be creative and try something new. Maybe you have always sported long hair and want to try short hair for once. Maybe you have never used extensions and want to now just for a change. The key is knowing what your hair can do and what it cannot.

Be realistic

This is a very important day, we get it. But it doesn’t mean that you need to abuse your hair and turn it into something super extravagant. Sometimes, being complicated is not the way to go.

You should also look at how you feel about the style. Maybe that ultra fabulous look make you feel uncomfortable and you are just forcing yourself because it is such a special occasion. Remember that it is your wedding. If it is a simple style that makes you feel like a goddess, so be it.

As long as your hairstyle complements your dress and accessories, doesn’t go beyond your hair’s limitations, and you are comfortable with it, you are good to go. It doesn’t matter if it simple or super fabulous, because your wedding is going to be extraordinary either way.

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Positive Sides of Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Posted by on Jan 8, 2017 in Bankruptcy | 0 comments

When a layman hears the word bankruptcy, he or she automatically relates it to something negative. After all, bankruptcy basically means that an individual or company cannot pay the outstanding debts, so that must mean bad news.

Bankruptcy opens an opportunity to start over, by forgiving debts and allowing repayments in the form of the individual or company’s assets that are available for liquidation. It can have a positive effect on the economy. Since the bankrupt individuals and companies are given the second chance, they can possibly continue their operations and help in the flow of money and other assets in our society.

There are several chapters in the Bankruptcy Code, and one of them is Chapter 11. According to an article from the Bradford Law Offices, PLLC website, Chapter 11 Bankruptcy allows businesses to continue operating under court supervision and keep all possessions and assets.

The goal of the chapter is to make the company profitable again through reorganization. The debtor should create a new or remodeled profitable plan for the business, and this plan will be approved by the creditors committee before it can be implemented.

According to another informative article on the same website, the following are the other benefits of Chapter 11 Bankruptcy:

  • Continued operations while paying off debts
  • Allowed partial pay back of unsecured debts
  • Freedom from harassing creditors that contact you at home or busines premises
  • Freedom to restructure secured debts for lower and much longer payments
  • No debts can be considered non dischargeable

It is important to stress that these are all strictly regulated by court, and the failure to comply in payments and other agreements can be a legitimate reason to dismiss your case and turn it into a different kind of bankruptcy.

In this fluctuating economy, you may be more prone to bankruptcy, especially if your business has a high start-up cost and an unreliable revenue source. If things get rough, don’t be afraid to pursue a Chapter 11 bankruptcy. It may even be the very thing that saves you and your company from total destruction.

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Temporary Disability Benefits as Workers’ Compensation

Posted by on Jan 7, 2017 in Workers' Compensation | 0 comments

Getting injured is one of the last things you want while on the job. You already have a lot in your mind, like work-related issues and personal issues, and having to deal with matters such as injuries can give you even more stress.

If you are injured on the job, you may be entitled to workers’ compensation. Disability benefits can be classified as short term or long term. In short term disabilities, the case can be either temporary total disability or temporary partial disability.

According to an informative article from the website of a Des Moines disability benefits attorney, temporary total disability or TTD benefits start on the fourth day of being out of work because of an injury. The benefit continues until the day you return to work or until you have recovered enough to be able to report to work.

The article also said that you may be entitled to temporary partial disability or TPD benefits if you return to work at a less-paying job because you cannot fulfill duties in your original job due to the injury. They cover about 66 and 2/3 percent of the difference between your average gross weekly income while injured and your actual income in your temporary and less-paying job.

But it is not always a fairy tale story where you get the benefits you deserve without encountering any problems. According to a website of a Lexington workers’ compensation lawyer, many employers and insurers seek to prevent workers from receiving the benefits they need, and employees discover this right after filing for such benefits.

This fact puts some employees in financial risks, especially if they can’t even go to work to at least counterbalance the medical bills and other expenses. The best thing to do is be assertive so you can get the benefits you rightfully deserve. Sometimes, it is not even about the money. It is about having the assurance that your company cares for you and will be there for you for incidents like workplace injuries.

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Getting Injured on the Job

Posted by on Jan 5, 2017 in Workers' Compensation | 0 comments

You have the right to be safe at work. Your employer has the responsibility to make your workplace environment as safe as possible by providing the necessary safety equipment, facilities, and training to their employees on how to avoid the possible dangers that are directly or indirectly related to the job.

But what if you are injured on the job? You can experience short term or long term disability, and that means you cannot work and earn money for your family. It’s hard to deal with. You are physically hurt and you are put into a situation of financial risk.

According to the website of Robert Wilson & Associates, workplace injuries can take on many forms. There are construction accidents, manufacturing accidents, transportation accidents, employer negligence, exposure to toxic substances, and others.

To be more specific, these accidents may include electrocution, falling from heights, slipping, machine entanglement, work-related vehicle accidents, and falling debris injuries.

Some accidents are not even as animated as the others and are more subtle, like repetitive motion injuries. This type of injuries happen when repetitive motions such as typing and using the computer cause inconveniences such as muscle strains and vision problems. Overexertion can also cause problems.

In the end, these issues shouldn’t even exist. As said earlier, it is the employer’s responsibility to render the workplace safe. Of course, the workers should also be diligent to avoid unnecessary harm. But sometimes the rules, regulations, and the overall working conditions can make harm hard to avoid.

Your employer should support you from any kind of injury you have sustained on the job. If they don’t, they may be held liable. Providing assistance in costs and losses to injured employees is called worker’s compensation. Sometimes, employees have a hard time in obtaining such compensations, and in those cases, it is best to ask for legal assistance.

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Temporary Disability Benefits as Workers’ Compensation

Posted by on Jan 4, 2017 in Workers' Compensation | 0 comments

Getting injured is one of the last things you want while on the job. You already have a lot in your mind, like work-related issues and personal issues, and having to deal with matters such as injuries can give you even more stress.

If you are injured on the job, you may be entitled to workers’ compensation. Disability benefits can be classified as short term or long term. In short term disabilities, the case can be either temporary total disability or temporary partial disability.

According to an informative article from the website of a Des Moines disability benefits attorney, temporary total disability or TTD benefits start on the fourth day of being out of work because of an injury. The benefit continues until the day you return to work or until you have recovered enough to be able to report to work.

The article also said that you may be entitled to temporary partial disability or TPD benefits if you return to work at a less-paying job because you cannot fulfill duties in your original job due to the injury. They cover about 66 and 2/3 percent of the difference between your average gross weekly income while injured and your actual income in your temporary and less-paying job.

But it is not always a fairy tale story where you get the benefits you deserve without encountering any problems. Many employers and insurers seek to prevent workers from receiving the benefits they need, and employees discover this right after filing for such benefits.

This fact puts some employees in financial risks, especially if they can’t even go to work to at least counterbalance the medical bills and other expenses. The best thing to do is be assertive so you can get the benefits you rightfully deserve. Sometimes, it is not even about the money. It is about having the assurance that your company cares for you and will be there for you for incidents like workplace injuries.

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