Show your cache some love

first_img SharePrint RelatedLove is in the air. And locked to a gate. — Love Lock Eeuwige Liefde !?! (GC41QJY) — Geocache of the WeekFebruary 12, 2014In “Community”Winner Winner Geocache Dinner! — Wheel of Fortune … Spins (GC282CQ) — Geocache of the WeekSeptember 25, 2014In “Geocache of the Week”Four tips for hiding quality geocachesFebruary 19, 2019In “Geocaching Weekly Newsletter” Geocachers show their geocaching love in many ways. For some, it’s as simple as finding and hiding geocaches. Others with trackable stickers and geocaching swag. Some geocachers even show love to each other through geocaching. There have been a lucky few who have used geocaches to propose to their significant other!With Valentine’s Day coming up in many countries, it’s time to think about how to show your love as geocache owner. Start with visiting your cache and follow our simple checklist to make sure geocachers can find and enjoy your cache for years to come!Check if your geocache is there: There are many factors that can affect your geocache, from muggles to animals, make sure your geocache is still hidden in the intended location. Inspect your container: Have the elements been hard on your cache container? If so, consider replacing it.Review your hint: Does it still make sense? Sometimes weather or other forces change the geocache surroundings. Make sure you are still leading people in the right direction!Assess the logbook: Check to see if your logbook is still in good condition and has plenty of space for future geocachers. No one likes a full wet logbook!Check for trackables: If your geocache has trackables, do a quick inventory. Mark trackables as missing if they are listed in the inventory but no longer are in the cache.If there is an issue with your cache that cannot be immediately fixed, please temporarily disable the cache listing, so that people do not search for it, and fix the issue as soon as possible. Although cache maintenance is the cache owner’s responsibility, courteous geocachers often help, which helps increase the quality of the game for all! How do you show your geocaching love? Post your stories in the comments!Share with your Friends:Morelast_img read more

Resources from Investing for Your Future 2: Mutual Funds & Tax-Deferred Investments

first_imgThis post was originally published on the Military Families Learning Network blog on March 15, 2013. Dr. Barbara O’Neill shared a number of resources during Thursday’s Investing for Your Future 2: Mutual Funds & Tax-Deferred Investments webinar. To view a recording of this presentation, visit the event page. This presentation is part 2 in a two-part series. Resources were shared from part 1 here. If you have resources you use, please share them in the comments.Resources:Investing for your future, Rutgers About investments Managing risk Diversification:Beginners’ Guide to Asset Allocation, Diversification, and RebalancingThe Importance Of DiversificationDollar-Cost Averaging Advantages and disadvantages of mutual fundsWhat is a mutual fund? VIDEOHow mutual funds work VIDEOOpen and closed mutual fundsLoad vs. no load funds Back-end load fundsMutual fund expensesManaged funds vs. index fundsThe joy of index fundsInternet sites that provide current valuesYahoo FinanceMorningstarMarketWatchMutual fund companies’ Internet sitesT. Rowe PriceVanguardMutual fund prospectus An Introduction to Mutual FundsConsiderations about mutual fundsMutual fund record-keepingInvestment Education CenterMutual Funds Resource CenterInvestment Company InstituteFinish Rich (Author David Bach)ETF ResourcesSecurities and Exchange Commission InvestopediaeXtensionInvesting for Dummies book Investment Company InstituteWays to buy investmentsThe 4 Ways To Buy And Sell SecuritiesHow to Buy Stock Without a BrokerInvestment clubsJoining an Investment ClubBetterInvestingHow to find a financial advisorFinancial Planning Association (FPA) National Association of Personal Financial Advisors (NAPFA) Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc. FINRA Broker CheckCost of financial advice Taxable vs. tax-deferred investments calculator Salary reduction plans Annuities annuities last_img read more

Audiocast with Dr. Ken Wilund and Dr. Karen Chapman-Novakofski

first_imgDr. Ken WilundDr. Ken WilundTune in Tuesday, June 28 at 11:00 am ET for a fascinating free webinar, Nutrition, Exercise and Renal Disease.  Listen to this short audiocast for a preview of what this webinar has to offer.  To register, visit the event page.Dietitians earn 1.0 CPEU.Wilund podcastAudio Player/files/2016/06/Wilund-podcast.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.If you can’t attend the live webinar you can listen to the recording, which will be posted on the event page.  You can still earn CPEU by listing to the recording and completing the evaluation.This post was written by Robin Allen, a member of the Military Families Learning Network (MFLN) Nutrition and Wellness team that aims to support the development of professionals working with military families.  Find out more about the MFLN Nutrition and Wellness concentration on our website, on Facebook, on Twitter, and LinkedIn.last_img read more

Minissha Lamba set to rock the ramp in a bikini

first_imgMinissha Lamba will be seen sporting a bikini in her upcoming flick, Hum Tum Shabana, as part of a crucial beauty pageant sequence. The actress will play one of the participants in the contest.The said scene requires Minissha to walk the ramp, for which sources say, she has been working very hard, observing lingerie models, and learning their strut. She even took an advice or two from her fellow actresses.Besides Minissha, model turned actor Pia Trivedi too will be seen in the scene as a co- contestant and friend of Minissha’s character. Sources say Minissha’s cat walk left everyone on the sets quite impressed.last_img read more

When Shah Rukh Khan pulled ‘wannabe’ KJo’s leg on Twitter

first_imgWe all know that Shah Rukh Khan is gifted with tremendous sense of humour and intelligence and he never misses a chance to tease his friends and colleagues.The recent victim of Shah Rukh’s razor sharp wit was friend Karan Johar whom SRK taught football in an innovative way.Shah Rukh Khan with Karan Johar. File photoKaran Johar, like everybody, tweeted about FIFA World cup final, despite knowing nothing about the game, openly admitting himself to be a wannabe. Shah Rukh immediately responded to Karan’s amusement (or embarrasment), familiarising with the teams playing the finals in his inimitable style.Here’s the banter:@karanjohar it’s ok to accept.V all like what’s ‘happening’. Just so u know Germany in White Argentima in Blue. The round thing is the ball. SHAH RUKH KHAN (@iamsrk) July 13, 2014Not only SRK but the director too took digs at himself saying,”That awkward moment when your mother and aunt know more about a sport than you do….hanging my clueless head in shame!!!!”, and hashtagging ‘#iamabimbo’That awkward moment when your mother and aunt know more about a sport than you do….hanging my clueless head in shame!!!! Karan Johar (@karanjohar) July 13, 2014Uff!!!!! And I kept thinking my mother has too many hygiene issues the amount of times she said Messi tonight!!!! #iamabimbo Karan Johar (@karanjohar) July 13, 2014last_img read more