January flew by, and now that we’re in the month of February, our Dallas Organ Deliveries friends want to be sure we highlight an important event going on all month in honor of the most important organ in the body: the heart. February is American Heart Month, dedicated to bringing awareness to risk factors associated with heart disease. The heart is an important symbol in February, the month of love and Valentine’s Day, but what it represents is far more important.
Whether you’re applying to be a Dallas Pharmacy Delivery Driver or a part-time landscaper, you’re going to need a resume. Sometimes, the resume is the only opportunity you have to sell yourself to a prospective employer. Talk about important! When I was an undergraduate senior, I had to take an entire course on how to prepare myself to enter into the job market. Of course, a great portion of this class was devoted to perfecting my resume. “Don’t let it be more than one page”, they said. “Never use any font other than Times New Roman, 12 point,” they said. “Always print it on white resume paper,” they said.
Ah-chooo! Excuse me. Sniff, sniff. I’m having a hard time seeing the computer through my watery eyes and pile of tissues blocking the screen. It’s allergy season. Not my favorite time of the year, and I think your friendly Dallas Medical Courier would agree, spring is rough for those who suffer from allergies. This spring will be especially rough, though. Turns out all that late winter weather we had is really going to kick allergy season into high gear. Once the trees and flowers start to recover from the late freezes, they will be in a rush to pollenate, working overtime producing spores, ragweed, and pollen. While there’s nothing you can do to prevent nature from creating these allergens, there are some things you can do to ease their effects on your body. Our Dallas Medical Courier is here with some tips on how to keep allergy-free, or at least allergy reduced this season.
Today’s blog is brought to you by Dallas Medical Courier Services, but inspired by something very different. This topic is near and dear to my heart. It happens to be something I think about each and every day. If you guessed my children or my family, you would be mistaken. Well, not completely mistaken. They are dear to my heart, as well, but today’s topic is a little less mushy and a little more melty- it’s chocolate.