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6 Things to Do Before You Retire

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If you’re part of the 80% of people who dread going to work on Mondays, you’re probably looking forward to retirement. You’d no longer have to attend one of the 170,000 meetings going on in the country everyday! Although retirement can be incredible, there are a few things you need to make sure you do before the day comes. There is a lot to keep track of, so you may want to hire an attorney to help you through the legal process. You may even want to hire a pre retirement coach to help you get through the personal obstacles as well. During pre retirement leave a little extra time to make sure that you can get all of your affairs in order before you must retire. Below is a pre retirem

Washington State Couple Collects Stories and Pictures from Living World War II Veterans

Written by admin. Posted in Colored bubble mailers, Laser labels, Wholesale bubble mailers

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When it comes to things like printable sticker labels, cheap bubble mailers, numbered dividers and cheap ring binders, most people will probably think of nothing but their uses as office supplies. However, a retired couple in Ellensburg, WA has found a new project and new purpose with these common items: so far, they have interviewed more than 50 veterans to create an oral history of Kittitas County’s experiences in World War II.

Of the 16 million Americans who served in the Second World War, current estimates suggest that only 855,000 alive today. Moreover, it is believed that there will be no livin

Common Responsibilities of Cruise Ship Crews

Written by admin. Posted in Cargo vessel parts and equipment, Offshore support vessel companies, What is offshore vessel

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Many people around the world take trips on cruise ships for vacation, but rarely think about the effort it takes to keep a ship sailing smoothly. Many cruise ships have a ratio of two or three passengers per crew member, and each crew member has their own specialized duties to perform. A well-organized crew is essential to keep the ship operating in a safe and enjoyable manner.
Kitchen staff are in charge of preparing and serving restaurant-quality meals to thousands of guests. Some will even prepare lay-outs for galleys, if they believe that a better lay-out will make them more efficient. In addition to preparing and serving form