Tuesday, 20 March 2018

The top 4 reasons you need a nanny camera in 2018

There are still many who argue against the use of a nanny camera. Some would say that it is a breach of privacy when you film someone without their knowledge while others would contest that it is your right to monitor your loved one.

Are you leaving your loved one with a caregiver while you work? If you’ve never thought of investing in a nanny camera, then it is time to do so. Join the thousands of homeowners who have decided to be more proactive in making sure that their families are cared for. Check out the top reasons why you should consider buying a nanny camera today.

1.    To give yourself some peace of mind – it’s never easy to leave your family or loved one behind, but that is the reality of life. If you are a parent, and you’ve just recently gone back to the workplace, you cannot help but feel apprehensive throughout the day because you had to leave your child with a nanny.  Thinking about what your baby might be doing can cause stress and even make you inefficient in your work. Give yourself peace of mind and install a nanny camera at home so that you can monitor your child from time to time.

2.    To see that your loved one is not being abused in any way – it does not happen always, but there are instances when nannies do not care for their wards. It even becomes extreme that they hurt and abuse the children or elderly they care for. Some parents or family members only decide to install the nanny camera when they see some warning signs such as their children crying at the sight of the nanny, or some unexplained bruises and cuts on their elderly parents. Don’t let it get that far as your loved ones will suffer unnecessary trauma. With a nanny camera installed, you can see right away if there are instances when they are not treated right

3.    To see that they are being cared for properly  - paying for a nanny or caregiver is not cheap, so you want to make sure that you are paying for the right care and that your loved ones get what they deserve. Your nanny may not be abusing your loved one, but you find that they spend more time on their phones than the average person, or they are not feeding your loved one at the right time. You can easily address issues and communicate with your nanny about the care you want your baby to receive.

4.    To get a glimpse of what you miss when you are not with your loved one – one of the things that you may be apprehensive about upon returning to work is that you may miss your child’s “firsts”. It may be his or her first step, or first time to eat a certain type of food, etc. The next best thing to being there is to witness it on video and you can do that with a nanny camera.

There are many models of nanny cams on the market, so you can check out vdashcam.com for a list of the best nanny cam that money can buy.

Making Money From Home Requires A Mature Approach (Here’s How)

By now, most people can appreciate the fact that there is an opportunity to make money from the comfort of home. As long as you have access to the internet, a wealth of doors open. However, the route to increased wealth isn’t easy. Otherwise, everyone would be out earning thousands of dollars each month.
Still, online opportunities can become a source of increased wealth. This is especially true when you unlock their full potential. Embrace the tips below when chasing money from the online environment, and you won’t go far wrong.
Opportunity: Selling Items Online

Shopping, Final Sale, Shopping Cart, Sale, Bag
Top Tip: Details Are Are Your Friend
Whether it’s using eBay, Amazon or another selling platform doesn’t matter. Your ability to gain sales relies heavily on creating a big first impression. While a lot of people are happy to simply take a quick snap and add a single line bio, you must do more.    
Learning to take killer photographs of the items your selling will instantly attract a greater level of interest. Meanwhile, engaging product descriptions are a crucial factor. Set yourself the same standards as you’d expect from a company, and you won’t go far wrong.  
Oh, and quick responses to any email communication is essential too.  
Opportunity: Starting A Business
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Top Tip: Walk Before You Run
Thousands of entrepreneurs have turned their passions into profitable businesses. You may have read stories of famous people or simply noticed an old colleague creating their own pathway. Wherever that inspiration comes from, you must realize that success doesn’t come overnight.  
In truth, these simple business preparation tips should go a long way to keeping you on the right track. Just remember that it can take time for a venture to grow. Low overheads are a key factor while sticking with another role (even part-time) can remove financial stress.  
As for hiring employees, outsourcing is very handy.  
Opportunity: Investments

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Top Tip: Do Your Research
If you’ve monitored the success of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, you’ll be tempted by trading. The opportunities of real estate investments show that there are far better ways to use your savings than leaving them in the bank. But assets aren’t guaranteed to mature.  
As such, it’s imperative that you know what you’re doing. Choosing less risky investments is key. So, research into the Voo dividend instantly puts you in a stronger position. Meanwhile, demo accounts offer a fantastic chance to test the waters before potentially losing money.  
If using real estate investments, co-ownership can reduce the risk and extend your portfolio.

Opportunity: Freelancing
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Top Tip: Find Your Work
Freelancing gives you a great chance to earn money. It can become your main job or a side income, the choice is entirely up to you. Freelancer directories are an ideal way to get started. However, you should appreciate that the competition can harm your hopes of commanding a big fee.  
Besides, the commissioning agent will take a cut too. Therefore, building a portfolio site with WordPress can be a great way to showcase your skills. When combined with good networking through LinkedIn, finding better paid roles is far easier.  
Time is money, and yours deserves to be rewarded with fair pay. Do not forget it.  

Monday, 19 March 2018

40 Fun and Unique Easter Egg Hunt Clues

Easter egg hunts are arguably one of the most fun holiday traditions! There’s almost nothing as enjoyable as hiding a bunch of colorful eggs throughout your house and yard for the kiddos in your life to find. Once everyone is done collecting their eggs, it’s so much fun to open up the eggs that were collected and go through all the treasures that the Easter Bunny brought. 

To kick things up a notch this year, consider printing out and using these adorable easter egg hunt clues that Personal Creations created! Whether your easter egg hunt will be inside or outside, you can use these clever printables! There’s even a fill-in the blank printable that you can use if you really want to get creative with your clues. Hoppy Easter, everyone!

Easter Egg Hunt Clues

10 Outdoor Clues for Big Kids

  1. I sit very still when I don’t have a rider, check under my tires to get what you desire. (car)
  2. Fill me with seeds and put me up high, my guests come from up in the sky. (bird feeder)
  3. On a hot day, I give you a shady seat. Come sit here now to find what you seek. (tree)
  4. I am a box with a stick, and and I’m where you’ll find mail quick. (mailbox)
  5. Use me to give plants a drink, you fill me up from the kitchen sink! (watering can)
  6. I am where you throw out trash and people say I’m nasty and yuck. But if you don’t find your clue you’ll be out of luck! (garbage can)
  7. I’ve got charcoal in my belly, and metal feet. Once I am hot, it’s time to eat. (BBQ)
  8. Use me to cool down the ground on a hot day, I am long and effective I must say. (hose)
  9. Reach new heights by swinging on my seat, a regular chair just can’t compete. (swing)
  10. I separate your house from your neighbors, and am made from wood. (fence)

10 Outdoor Clues for Little Kids

  1. I have windows and doors but I am not your house! I go vroom vroom and love to be ridden. (car)
  2. You step on me every day before you leave. (door mat)
  3. I hold food for birdies outside, check my opening for a special treat! (bird feeder)
  4. I am green and I grow, and what you mow! (grass)
  5. I love the outside, and have many green leaves. I grow big and tall and you love to climb on me! (tree)
  6. If you can’t see the Easter Bunny’s bushy tail, be sure to check the mail. (mailbox)
  7. Don’t touch me if I’m on. I am where adults cook outside. (BBQ)
  8. I hold flowers in my base, and love to be watered. (flower pot)
  9. I give light to the porch, so you can see your steps in the dark. (porch light)
  10. I am where the car is parked indoors, and am a large moving door. (garage door)

10 Indoor Clues for Big Kids

  1. Look under where you wipe your shoes. (front door mat)
  2. I am where you watch your favorite show, and at night I like to glow. (TV)
  3. I am always running but have no legs. I am cold and white and always have a light. (fridge)
  4. Turn me on and you can see, turn me off to let the night be. (light)
  5. I have hands but no arms, just a face and my hands move at a steady pace. (clock)
  6. I have a sound that goes beep, and my main function is to heat. (microwave)
  7. Keep your stinky socks in me, and any dirty clothing that comes to be! (laundry basket)
  8. I’m full of paper and ink, but I am not a book like you might think. (printer)
  9. I am under the place where your head rests, after a long day of takings tests. (pillow)
  10. Go out with a bang and find your last clue in the place your clothes hang. (closet)

10 Indoor Clues for Little Kids

  1. Find me in the kitchen, I’m a big cold white appliance. (fridge)
  2. I am where you put your clothes, on the most bottom shelf. (dresser)
  3. I make a ticking sound and tell you the time. (clock)
  4. I make a beeping sound when your food is done. (microwave)
  5. I turn on when you want to watch your favorite show. (TV)
  6. I hold the books you like to read. (book shelf)
  7. Check the item that you put on your feet to go outside! (shoes)
  8. You put bread in me, and it comes out nice and crispy. (toaster)
  9. I wash your clothes and go around and around. (washing machine)
  10. Find me when you need to know how to spell a word. (dictionary)
Once your little one is finished with the hunt, don't forget to include a fun prize at the end of the journey! Fill an Easter basket or bag with candy and toys as their reward for their hard work. This modern Easter egg hunt will be a hit during this year’s celebration. 

Dog barking – How to stop it?

Barking is something that can pose a big problem for puppy owners. This is why most of us start teaching our dogs early how to stop barking.

There are 6 main methods that can help you prevent your puppy from barking; let’s check them out! 

1. Remove the reason

Dogs use barking as a way of communicating. They also tend to bark when they need something or expect you to do something. Best way to prevent this behavior is by removing the thing that caused puppy to bark in the first place.
For example, if your puppy tends to bark at other dogs, you need to bring it home as soon as it starts barking. Given that dogs love being outside this will force the dog to think over its behavior.  

2. Reduce stimulation 
Here is another tip that you can successfully use. 
Dogs don’t bark all the time; they usually do it when in presence of other dogs or in certain other situations. So what’s the best way to prevent it? Getting them used to other dogs.
By spending more time in a social environment and getting used to other animals, dog will be less inclined to bark. If it still continued barking in a presence of another dog, make sure to remove one from another (they can be placed on a distance). 

3. Ignoring the puppy 

Puppy often uses barking as a way of communicating something to us. They often use it as a way of protesting. For example, if a dog wants a meal and it’s not yet time, it might start barking. Same goes if it wants to go outside.
It’s very important not to allow a dog to have its way. This is a very important test for both of you. If you cave in each time your dog starts barking at you, you will never be able to discipline it properly. So, make sure to ignore its pleas. Even if it barks for an hour, leave it be. When it finally stops, you can give it a treat in order to stimulate it.

4. Tiring your dog 

Some dogs love to throw temper tantrums. Whether they’re frustrated or want to impose their will, they will use barking as a way of notifying you. Sometimes, they might even bark out of boredom. 
One of the best ways to stop barking is to keep them tired. If a dog is tired most of the time, it will have no desire to bark. However, have in mind that this is only a temporary solution as you cannot play or walk your dog whenever it starts barking. Sooner than later you will have to address the issue itself.

5. Force it to do something else 

Another temporary solution is to force your dog to do something else when it wants to bark. For example, as soon as it starts behaving rowdy, you can give it a toy or send it to a corner. You can also give it food or water (as a last resort given that you don’t wish to stimulate it to bark in future). For example, you can also play tug of war as it would occupy its mouth.

6. Using a command 

There is also an option of using a command. Always remember that this will take some time as the dog will first have to understand that it needs to shut up and then starts reacting to the command.
Like with any other type of training, you can give it treats to stimulate quiet behavior.

There you go! With these simple tricks your puppy will stop barking in no time!

Sunday, 11 March 2018

Go Gourmet Slammers! Perfect On The Go Snack!

Healthy snacks that are easy to take on the go are hard to find so when we find something the kids like that is actually healthy and doing them some good we live with them by our side everyday. Designed as high energy fuel in organic snack form, Slammers (http://www.slammerssnacks.com/) is a fun super-food line made with active kids in mind. These on-the-go pouches are available at Walmart, Superstore and other convenient locations in the following four delicious flavors:

EPIC – mangoes, bananas, oranges, carrots, Greek yogurt & real vanilla
AWESOME – bananas, blueberries, strawberries, beets, acai, amaranth (a highly nutritious gluten-free grain)
CHILL’N – bananas, blueberries, butternut squash, Greek yogurt & yumberry
PUMPED – bananas, pineapple, mangos, ancient grains, butternut squash, cinnamon

We can and will take these literally anywhere, and being on the go all the time means we are now a Slammer family for life!

Slammers are great to bring during:
  • Road trips
  • Extracurricular activities
  • Hikes, walks, bike rides
  • Shopping
  • Running errands
  • and so much more!

We will eat them here or there we will eat them anywhere!

How to Calm Crazy Waves and Unruly Curls

For those with naturally wavy, curly hair of all coils and textures it may seem like an endless battle to find ways to tame the mane. Some may turn to relaxers, weekly blowouts or extensions. Others just want to master their natural hair in whatever mood it seems to be in. To help girls get a handle on their curls we connected with Maya Smith, founder of The Doux salon and product line of the same name both specializing in making the absolute most of the natural hair you’re born with. When it comes to healthy sculptured, cool looking curls of all types, Maya’s two decades of experience with curls worldwide makes her a true expert. Here she offers tips on how to calm crazy waves and unruly curls.
#1: My naturally wavy hair is flat at the top and then waves start in the middle with tighter curls at the back. HELP!
Genetics determine curl pattern and density. It’s totally normal, in fact, quite common for several different textures to exist on the same head of hair. These inconsistencies can cause the hair to look uneven, and are most apparent once the hair has dried. I created The Doux’s Mousse Def, to help define waves and curls in the less curly areas, and to combat frizz in the areas that are tightly coiled. To balance the look of curly and wavy hair, we recommend using a combo of a mousse on the straighter areas, and then a balm like The Doux’s Bonita Afro Balm Texture Cream for added stretch and control in the tighter areas. The goal here is to keep hair shiny, touchable, and soft. If shrinkage or frizzing remains an issue, don’t underestimate the power of a great haircut. Awesome products combined with a professionally-shaped set of layers is my signature Rx for accentuating curls that vary in texture.
#2: I have curly hair and let it dry naturally. The second it rains, I get frizzy at the roots. I find myself revolving my hairstyle around the weather report. HELP!
Thirsty hair will try to “drink up” moisture in the air if it’s not adequately hydrated.
The key to eliminating frizz due to humidity exposure is to make sure that the hair is thoroughly conditioned before styling products are applied. This exact problem is what inspired me to create a solution in the form of a Fresh Rinse Moisturizing Conditioner, followed by The Light Shine Mist helps to hydrate and stabilize the cuticle, making it less prone to reversion. For added control at the roots, we apply a small amount of Bonita Afro Balm, which is our secret weapon for keeping curly hair from swelling in harsh weather conditions. These products can be found at select Target stores nationwide and at TheDoux.com.
 #3: I often wear my curly hair slicked back into a tight low bun or ponytail. Will this damage my hair? 
Style in moderation. Traction alopecia is a major epidemic among women with textured hair. This is typically the result of too much tension being applied to scalp for an extended period of time, and usually occurs due to hair styling such as braids, extensions, and tight ponytails. To avoid irreversible thinning of the hair, it’s important to avoid hairstyles that place constant pressure on hair, particularly in the temple and nape areas. Ponytails and “slicked” styles should be taken down at night, and tight accessories, such as headbands or scrunchies should be worn less frequently. 
#4: I wear my naturally kinky hair twisted and braided. How long could I leave this style in and how best to shampoo my hair while in this style?
I recommend shampooing once per week for hair with fine-to-medium density. I urge clients with high-density or extremely long hair, not to exceed more than 10 days without cleansing the hair and scalp. This helps eliminate bacterial growth that causes itching, flaking, and dandruff on the scalp. We use The Doux’s Sucka Free Moisturizing Shampoo to remove product build-up and dead skill cells, and Fresh Rinse Moisturizing Conditioner to soften, hydrate, and balance the hair’s pH. We’ve incorporated Shea Butter and Sea Silk to smooth the hair shaft and aid in moisture retention.
#5: What are some ingredients to avoid that many products for curly hair contain? Why is this damaging? 
Petroleum-based “grease,” as well as products that contain mineral oil may be old-school favorites, but are often the cause of dry hair. Heavy products that aren’t water soluble can coat the hair shaft, disrupting the hair’s natural ability to retain moisture. This dryness may go nearly undetected, because the hair is covered in product, however, the underlying dehydration causes hair to be brittle and stubborn. We recommend cream-based products that shampoo out easily, and allow the hair to “breathe.”

About Maya Smith:
Maya Smith is an International Master Stylist and Founder of The Doux Salon and haircare line now available in Target. With over two decades of styling experience Maya dedicated two decades to cracking the code on curl care, maintenance and expert styling. When it comes to caring for one’s natural hair and styling it, according to NaturallyCurly, Maya is among the best there is.
While still in high school, Maya got her hair cutting license and graduated from beauty school. Soon after graduating high school, Maya began following her passion and worked as an assistant for celebrity stylist Tracy Johnson. She learned from Johnson and progressed as a hair stylist for celebrities and entertainers. Years later the military wife would relocate to Germany, where Maya opened up her first salon The HoneyComb, a mecca for textured hair care for women from all over Europe, The UK, and as far as Africa. Maya's unique system of textured hair styling sparked the development of The DOUX® haircare products, first launched overseas, and distributed throughout Germany, France, Italy, and the Netherlands. 
Currently, Maya leads a carefully selected team of stylists at The DOUX® Salon in Macon, Georgia and celebrated the arrival of The DOUX® in select Target stores nationwide. Maya Smith, wife, mom of 5 and savvy business woman is an example not just for women of color but for all women who believe their gifts can impact the world, striving for entrepreneurial endeavors with grace, ease and hustle.

Getting Around the Airport on March Break

With the kids off school, March Break is the perfect time for a family getaway — and a lot of people share that desire. In 2017, Toronto Pearson International Airport estimated 130,000 people travelled through their terminals the Friday before March Break officially began. With such huge crowds, carting the family off to the airport may seem daunting, but it doesn’t have to be.

“Despite the chaos, March Break is a terrific time for families to get away, relax and make memories,” says Susan Catto, Head of Publishing for Travelzoo in Canada. “Travel brings families together and the change of pace and location lets everyone do a mid-winter reset. Navigating your way through a busy airport may seem daunting, but with some planning and foresight it becomes much less so.”

Susan offers the following advice for getting through the airport as Canadians rise to the occasion for March Break. 

• Rise and shine — Book the earliest flight you can, or, fly a day before or after the actual break. When booking flights with a connection and have a choice of airport, choose the one farther south — less of a chance of a weather delay. And keep in mind that airports will be busier over the holidays, so allow some extra time to connect.

• Pre-order kids meals — Even if you’re in the last row of the plane, the kids meals come out first and include food kids will likely eat — and are served with little activity bags.

• Give yourself plenty of time — Giving yourself more time than necessary can ease the process at the airport. If you give yourself 1.5 hours from your door to board without kids, give yourself three to four hours with them.

• Security isn’t that scary — When you’re with your kids you can bring baby food, formula, breast milk, nursery water, etc… just about everything you need. It will get tested and inspected, but you shouldn’t have a problem. Kids can keep their shoes on, but everything, including favourite blankets and stuffed animals, has to go through the x-ray, so it's a good thing to discuss that ahead of time if attachment issues are a concern. 

• Early boarding — Do yourself and other passengers a favour. Take the time to get settled, organize your stuff, wipe down the armrests and make friends with the flight attendants.

• If worse comes to worse, think ahead … — Busy holiday travel can occasionally mean chaotic airport runs and oversold flights. If your family’s plans are flexible (and you’re travelling with teens rather than tots), capitalize on oversold situations by offering to get on the next flight out — you’ll get a hefty travel voucher and can usually negotiate other perks such as priority lounge access or even business-class seats for your new flight (based on availability).

Don’t let the fear of airports and their chaotic nature stop you from making the most of your vacation time this March Break. Stay connected with the best travel and leisure experiences available on the Internet by liking Travelzoo on Facebook at /travelzooCA and following on Twitter @TravelzooCanada and Instagram @travelzoocanada. 

Become a Travelzoo member today to start receiving insider travel deals to your favourite destination from one of our deal experts. Visit travelzoo.com/ca to join!

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Love Colored Pencils

Artist Vivian Wong believes one way beginner or "baby-artists" learn is by copying what they see. Love Colored Pencils is designed to enable exactly this. First, Vivian demonstrates a technique or she colors in a subject, and next the reader is encouraged to copy what they see, drawing directly in the book. Exercises throughout offer fun ways to explore drawing while being inspired by Vivian popular and colorful drawing style. This is a book for all levels of artist who want to explore this versatile and fun medium with a colorful and talented artist baby step by baby step.

This book is unique in the sense that it shows you every different way to use colored pencils. There are pages for you to color and gives you step by step instructions on how to blend and create the look your going for. A great way for an artist to learn new mediums or a great way to start getting into art.

Thursday, 8 March 2018

Printable Wine Labels

There’s nothing quite like celebrating a special occasion with the people you love. Whether it’s blowing out another set of candles or raising a toast to a walk down the aisle, these moments are the one’s you’ll remember forever.

The next time you’re hostess or attendee, why not elevate the celebration with something customizable you can raise a glass to?Printable wine labels are a fun way to inscript a special message for the guest of honor. Whether you love a good joke or a sweet sentimental message, there are plenty of options to get your point across. Not to mention, these cute additions also make for the perfect gift.

To help you find the right label for any occasion, FTD created six printable wine labels just for you. Browse the collection, print one out or save them for later.

Sip, sip hooray!

28 Free & Fun Kitchen Printables

Are you looking to add a quick and easy decorative touch to your kitchen? If you love cooking for your family, drinking coffee, or vintage farmhouse images then we’ve got some great printables for you.

These printables make for a perfect weekend afternoon craft in which you can print them, hang them, frame them, or trace them onto a chalkboard. Get creative and pair them together to make themed wall collages. You can also decorate and hang clipboards around your kitchen so that you can easily swap out these printables as your mood pleases.

Set up a coffee nook by putting your coffee maker, your best mugs, and some of the coffee themed printables in a designated space on your counter. It makes for a fun display to keep things light on those early mornings during the week. You can also do a similar theme for a wine nook in which your display your wine rack, some of your best wine glasses, and a few of the wine-themed printables in the link below.

Check out all of the 28 kitchen printables created by Kitchen Cabinet Kings. Just click the download button next to the ones you like most, print them on your personal printer or go to your local print store, frame them, and place them anywhere your kitchen could use some sprucing up!

5 Tips to teaching kids organizational skills

You should teach your kids tidying habits that will last a lifetime. In fact, this can also help out in the clean-up of your home. Kids who learn tidying habits at a tender age maintain the habit throughout their lives. If they learn organizing habits, this can help to maintain a tidy and organized living space. Though it is not possible to maintain a tidy playroom always, teaching kids organizing habits can help a lot. You may find some organizational skills and tips online. Let the kids specifically understand the use of labels.

There are special kids name labels and those for various storage spaces as well as items. We are going to briefly discuss some of the major kids’ organizational skills that you should teach the kids. This will help you understand the basic organizational skills kids should learn.

Here are 5 tips for teaching kids organizational skills:

1. Limit the number of items a kid should have

This applies to clothes, toys shoes and anything else that you buy for your kids. They should have special storage space for all their things. If the storage space is full and it can’t take anymore, then the kid should learn to declutter. If they learn the technique early, then even in adulthood, they will remain organized and ensure there is no clutter in their homes. The kids should learn the one in one out rule early.

2. Let the kids learn and stick to a routine

This is the easiest way for kids to learn organizational skills. If the items are labeled and the instructions also clearly indicated with clear labels, kids usually learn and stick to such routine fast. You may prepare a checklist and post it on the mirror or bedroom wall.

3. Value the kid’s toys with clearly marked labels

In order to be more organized, kids must learn to organize their stuff first. For the toys, ensure that the storage space is clearly labeled. Prioritize the toys depending on how frequently they are used. Those toys that are used frequently should be labeled first and should be placed at the easiest point of reach.

4. Categorize everything

Kids should learn early in life that things should be put in their appropriate spaces all the time. They should easily identify items that do not belong to a certain category of items and return it to the designated place. Clear and visible labels will help the kids a great deal to know what belongs where.

5. Raise smart shoppers

Preventing clutter is the easiest way to learn organizational skills. Let the kids have stickers or labels reminding them of how to shop for essentials and also how to get rid of what they no longer need. If a kid is smart in what they buy, being organized is no longer a big deal. They will learn instinctively how to get what they need and throw away what they no longer need.

The above  tips can help kids learn organizational skills early. Due to the short attention span, there should be constant reminders of what needs to be done and when. It is important to have stickers and labels on strategic places to act as reminders of what needs to be done and when.