Monthly Archives: August 2016

Everything Every Human Should Know About EMF Radiation and How to Protect Ourselves

Emf safety store

It’s no secret that the human population is facing health anomalies that we’ve never experienced before. Cancer is becoming a human epidemic, with very little explanation for the steep rise in cases. We don’t know why one in 55 children are being diagnosed on the autism spectrum, when it was relatively unheard of a few decades ago. In fact, personality disorders as a whole are far more common in children now than it ever has been before. What’s going on?

There are probably a variety of sources for the increase in health issues that humans face. We’ve never had so many chemicals and dyes in our food before. Many people do not get the exercise they need to maintain a healthy lifestyle. However, at the same time that these mysterious health anomalies have surfaced, so has our dependence on electronics.

Our bodies are made of billions of cells that are impacted by the world around us. The cells in our bodies are so sensitive to our environment that the natural magnetic fields of the planet cause them to bounce around like Mexican Jumping Beans. Understanding the impact of energy on our genetic makeup makes it unsurprising that the sudden surge of electromagnetic energy (EMF) from our steep rise in electronic usage would have a negative impact on our health and wellness.

In fact, not only do we use and handle electronics all day, every day, but many of our electronics send microwave signals back in forth so that we’re absorbing EMF energy even when we aren’t using electronics. Consider the WiFi signals in our home, the cell phone towers that constantly send millions of packets of data back and forth, the laptop radiation, the energy that appliances in your home release. Suddenly our health conditions aren’t very surprising at all.

The issue is recognized by scientist and health professionals. Last year, a coalition of nearly 200 acclaimed scientist petitioned the United Nations to address EMF dangers and the impact on our health. Hopefully eventually we’ll see global solutions to this risk to our health. However in the meantime, you can protect your family with tools for microwave shielding and EMF blockers.

To get you started, we’ve put together a list of a few basic microwave shielding principles for EMF safety to enact today:

Five Tips for Basic Microwave Shielding

  1. Consider where your family spends time. Place the couches and beds away from electrical outlets, so that the places you are likely to spend hours at a time have the least amount of EMF energy buzzing around.

  2. Look into microwave shielding tools. There are tools to protect yourself and your family from any sort of EMF energy. There are energy neutralizers for appliances, laptops, even total body protection and jewelry that absorb radiation. The right protective measures for you and your family depend on your lifestyle.
  3. Unplug electronics when not in use. We aren’t telling you to become Amish. However, why do you need WiFi radiation being emitted while you sleep? By unplugging it at night, you have almost no disruption to your lifestyle, but substantially reduce the EMF radiation you’re exposed to.

  4. Create a radiation-free haven where you sleep. The cells of your body works hard to regenerate and heal itself while you sleep. This makes your body particularly susceptible to radiation. By making your bedroom an electronic-free zone while you sleep, your body has a chance to grow healthy cells and rejuvenate without being attacked by EMF radiation.

  5. Think before you plug in. How much EMF radiation are you exposing yourself to unnecessarily? Do you really need a microwave? Is the minutes you save in eating instant food really worth the potential health risks? Before bringing a new electronic into your home, consider if you really need it and if it’s worth the added EMF energy it releases.

It is not a coincidence that the amount of radiation that our planet is exposed steeply rose at the exact same time that the amount of mysterious health issues humans experience also steeply rose. While we’ll never go back to being electronic-free, there are simple measure you can take to protect yourself and your family from EMF radiation.

29 Aug 2016

Reward Yourself With a Private Jet Charter

Jet charter services

Why choose private aircraft charter flights? Comfort, convenience, flexible schedules, VIP customer service, room to stretch out and relax, work or catch up on your reading – and that’s just the beginning. In fact when you charter a private jet, you’re going back to the early days of commercial flight, when flying was a luxury. Back when flying actually took hours off your travel time and got you there in high style. Consider jet charter services one of the perks of success: you’ve said goodbye to airport traffic, long lines at security, cramped seats and long layovers at airports that are not even remotely on your route.

Pick your route and destination
There are more than 2,100 aircraft charter services in the U.S. They access more than 5,000 public use airports across the nation. That’s a hundred times the number of airports served by commercial airlines. Custom jet charters can put you down on the ground a lot closer to your destination than commercial flights can.
Almost half or 47% of fights by business aircraft are into airports with infrequent or no scheduled commercial airline service. Another 33% of all business aircraft flights are to a secondary airport. And air charter services can take you almost anywhere on the globe. Some companies even offer one-way pricing, so if you’re not planning a round trip, you don’t need to pay the round trip fare.

Plan your own schedule
When you charter a private jet, you can pick your destination and route, as well as your schedule. These can all be arranged according to your own priorities, rather than the airline’s. This means no more long layovers and delays in hubs that are not even on your route. You can pick the most direct route to your destination and back, saving time, as well as the hassle and disorientation of waiting in transit lounge limbo. The result is that you arrive relaxed and ready to tackle that meeting or conference.

Comfort, privacy and convenience
The Cessna Citation Excel is the most popular private jet model in the U.S. Also known as the Citation XLS and XLS+, the medium-sized business jet is the workhorse of charter flights and logged 144,302 flights in 2012. Air charter operators hold an Air Carrier or Commercial Operating Certificate from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) as well as Operations Specifications, which list company names, authorizations and limitations.
Private charter jets are a safe and comfortable form of transportation. With leg and elbow room, fully reclinable seats, wifi and even onboard conference space, they allow you to work or relax while traveling. In fact travelers on private aircraft report that they find themselves 20% more productive while onboard than in the office. Conversely, their less fortunate counterparts on commercial flights note a 40% drop in productivity.

Work, read, or relax on board
Travelers on board business aircraft tend to spend their time on work-related tasks such as meetings with colleagues or individual work tasks. There’s also time and space for relaxing with your favorite music on the headphones, leisurely reading or sleeping. VIP customer service is another reason to charter a private jet. With your choice of food, entertainment and music, you barely notice the time spent on board.

Privacy and comfort are some of the intangible and underreported rewards of success. When you charter a private jet, you’re rewarding yourself and your associates for all your hard work.

08 Aug 2016

Combining Tradition and Forward Thinking for Fashion

Mens leather messenger bags

One of the most intriguing factors in the fashion world is being able to take a look at how styles changed and evolved over time, and which of those changes or original styles were born out of necessity or tradition, and which have taken on lives of their own in the fashion world for the sake of look or design. While the styles that are worn today, whether everyday wear for the average American or the high fashion of the catwalk, vary greatly from styles worn hundreds or thousands of years ago, there are still staples of the fashion industry that you can find in styles throughout the ages.

Fine leather goods from ancient times to today
One material that has been able to stand the test of time is leather. From its basic beginnings that came from using as much of an animal as possible after a hunt, animal hides were transformed into leather, and it soon became a go-to material for many different things. Eventually the evolution of the material and its many uses led to the wide variety of fine leather goods we have today. While the early peoples who first started to use animal hides to create leather products would probably not quite understand or recognize leather briefcases or leather keychains, chances are that they would be able to identify the material, the constant in an ever-evolving industry.

Looking all the way back to the Roman Empire, leather was already being developed for several different uses. It was used to create the sails of boats, most notably, but there were many other applications as well. It was not uncommon to see leather furniture and tents, as well as body armor and weapons that were made of leather. About 1,000 years after that, fine leather goods could be found in the fashion that many Egyptian women chose to wear. Fast forward to the 1900s, and you will see a number of different influences on the leather fashion trends, from General Patton’s aviator jacket during World War II to the easily recognizable black jacket sported by James Dean, to multiple European designers of the 1980s, including Versace, Armani, and Gucci, to name just a few.

The basics of leather manufacturing

From leather belts and bags to satchels
, shoes, and more, there are plenty of options to choose from. But what is the process that occurs to make such desirable products? The process of manufacturing leather, from animal rawhide to ready to use leather, can be described and categorized into three main or general steps, though there is quite a few additional and intricate steps that occur as a part of each of those three. The three main steps are the preparatory stages, tanning, and crusting. Some experts add a fourth step, which is adding surface coating. Once leather has reached the final stage, it can be categorized into one of four groups. These are top grain, full grain, split leather, and corrected grain. You will find that most of the leather products that you encounter for clothing and accessories are either full grain or top grain, as those are the categories of higher quality.

Proper care of fine leather goods
Most people are aware that leather products require special care. Leather can often quickly absorb oil or grease, so it is crucial to always handle it with clean hands, and to clean it at least every six months in order to protect and condition it. It can very easily be soiled or develop water spots, so this cleaning is necessary. It is also important to consider the conditions and environment where the leather products will be used, stored, or displayed. Low relative humidities, such as those below 40%, can degrade the fibrous structure of the material to the point that it cannot be restored. If you are going to spend the money on fine, genuine leather goods, be sure you will be able to properly care for them as well.

03 Aug 2016