Some of the Dallas Hot Shot Couriers have been telling me how excited they are for their college students to come home for the summer. While I’m sure all of the students were missed while they were away, I’m also sure it will only take a few weeks before the honeymoon period wears off, and you realize having your college kid home for the summer may be harder than you think. Since living “on their own”, your child may have picked up some less than desirable habits. My friends the Dallas Hot Shot Couriers have some common complaints to include laundry, sanitization, and sleeping habits. Not to rag on the young people of America, but this blog is dedicated to the top five nasty habits college students have that might take you all summer to break, but it will be worth it.
On Monday April 21st, the 118th Boston Marathon was held, as it is every year, on Patriot’s Day. On a day when our Fast Couriers Dallas division and the rest of our nation remembered the first steps our country took in establishing independence, thousands of runners took their first steps towards completing a race that never got the ending it deserved a year ago. The 2013 Boston Marathon bombing stole the lives of three, injured hundreds, and permanently changed millions, including the runners who competed that day.
If you’re like our Fast Delivery Service Dallas team, you have a lot to do and not a lot of time to do it in. While our Fast Delivery Service Dallas team burns the midnight oil on weekends, holidays, and every day in between, chances are, you have a set workday and only so many hours to get the job done. We all want to work faster without working harder. There is always the fear, though, that gaining speed means cutting quality. That doesn’t have to be the case. Our friends at Fast Delivery Service Dallas, the experts in speed and quality, are here to share some of their best tips for working faster while still maintaining excellence.
Let me paint you a picture. A really, really, incredibly small picture. There is this island, smack dab in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. Completely surrounded by water. Roughly 3,000 miles from America and 1,000 miles from Portugal. No, it’s not an episode of Lost, although sometimes it feels like it. It’s the island of Terceira, home to the Lajes Field Air Base where I happen to be visiting. Let me paint you another picture. There is an American grocery store on the Air Force Base. Roughly 10 aisles, and a handful of shopping carts. The shelves where produce normally is stocked…completely bare. The section for fresh meats, cheeses, and breads…equally barren. Spaces for items like spices, canned beans, and cookies are collecting dust. No, it’s not post-apocalyptic, pre-hurricane, or even a result of really hungry people. Instead, there is a logistics problem, and the jet that carries food from other American bases to the Island is not operating. As much as we could really use the help of a Fast Dallas Courier to swoop in and save the day, Lajes isn’t lucky enough to have a strong, local business that takes care of all their transportation needs. What Lajes does have, though, is a great selection of Portuguese items outside the base walls, waiting to be experienced by the Americans.
We see him everywhere this time of year (and I swear he goes to my gym in the off season). He’s on billboards, coffee mugs, and perched on a giant throne at he mall. He’s a jolly fellow who delivers presents into the wee hours of Christmas morning. Much like our Dallas Hot Shot Courier drivers, except I promise our Dallas Hot Shot Courier drivers won’t break in through your chimney. He’s incredibly recognizable, but how much do we really know about Saint Nick? Turns out, the Dallas Hot Shot Courier team knows a lot about him. So much that they’ve given the Big Man his own blog entry.
fast - [fast, fahst] adjective, fast·er, fast·est, adverb, fast·er, fast·est, noun
1. moving or able to move, operate, function, or take effect quickly; quick; swift; rapid: a fast horse; a fast pain reliever; a fast thinker.
2. done in comparatively little time; taking a comparatively short time: a fast race; fast work.
3. (of time) indicating a time in advance of the correct time, as of a clock.
"Early to bed, and early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise" – Benjamin Franklin
Pumpkin pie, fresh turkey, stuffing, corn, buttered rolls, green bean casserole, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, apple cider, pecan pie, sweet potatoes… Thanksgiving! Turkey day is literally a table full of things that tasty and delicious!