Thursday, December 31, 2009

How to File a Claim for Unclaimed Money or Property

Finding unclaimed money or property is like cleaning your attic and finding a crumpled $100 bill on the dusty floor. It is yours but you never knew it exist because maybe you’ve never been to the attic for the last couple years. During this tough economic time, you need to gather all your assets because every dollar counts.


How to Play World of Warcraft (WOW)

There are millions of gamers globally playing World of Warcraft because it is really one of the best games ever. Blizzard Entertainment released the fourth game set since it first introduced in 1994. World of Warcraft holds the world’s most-subscribed massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) with more than 11.5 million monthly subscription. It’s obviously a very addictive game.


How to Lose Weight with Wii Fit Plus

Nintendo Wii Fit is changing the way people play game and stay fit at the same time. It is more than a video game... it's a lifestyle. Wii Fit Plus allows you to have fun and stay fit in the comfort of your own room.


How to Find Work From Home Jobs

Many people are dreaming of having work from home jobs especially for moms with kids to take care of. Depending on your skills set, it takes time to find a legitimate work from home that is rewarding and lucrative. While it is true that work from home jobs provide flexibility in terms of schedule and you don’t have to wake up early to prepare to go to work, it is actually not that easy. It has different challenges than life at the office cubes. You have to motivate yourself, very limited resources, and can get boring in the long run to name few.


Wednesday, December 30, 2009

How to Increase Home Market Value

The market value of your home is very important especially if you want to sell it today or in the future. Simple fixes can significantly increase the value of your home and make it stand out from the competition on the same street in your area. Plan your repairs and maintenance during summer since it’s the perfect time to do some home improvements.


How to Save Money on Heat during Winter Season

It is always nice to stay warm at home during winter while watching TV but it's sometimes it too hot that it burns on your pocket. There are several ways to save money on heating bills during the cold winter season. It may require you to do some work but it pays off in the long run.


Tuesday, December 29, 2009

How to Stick to New Year's Resolutions

Many of us are going to list down our New Year’s resolutions this year just like what we did last year and the year before that. The sad part about it is that many of us can’t stick to our New Year’s resolutions and we give up fast. There are ways to increase the chances that you will stick to it if you follow the steps below.


Sunday, December 27, 2009

How to Avoid Having Unclaimed Money or Property

According to NAUPA (National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators), unclaimed property (sometimes referred to as abandoned) refers to accounts in financial institutions and companies that have had no activity generated or contact with the owner for one year or a longer period.


How to Use Microsoft Reader to Read eBooks on Windows-based Devices

Microsoft Reader is a software application created by Microsoft that allows you to read electronic books or ebooks on Windows-based devices like desktop and laptop computers, tablet and UMPC, or mobile devices for free. It is definitely a cheaper alternative to buying ebook reader devices.


Saturday, December 26, 2009

How to Get to Boracay Beach in Philippines

Boracay island is one of the best destinations in the Philippines if you are looking for pristine beach, white soft sand, clear water, and peaceful atmosphere. There are several ways to get to Boracay depending on where you are coming from.


Thursday, December 24, 2009

How to Speed Up Vista Computers by Tweaking Performance Options

There is no doubt that Windows Vista is packed with cool graphics, great animations, and improved security compared to its predecessor Windows XP. But it comes with a price – it is resource hungry and therefore the performance is decreased. However, there are tweaks that you can do to disable some of the features that make Vista look good to help speed up your computer.


How to Adapt to Filipino Culture

Philippine culture is a little bit of everything which makes Filipinos unique from other countries. The rich Filipino culture is a blend of indigenous Malays, Spanish, American, and other Asian cultures which makes it easy for foreigners to adapt to Filipino's way of living.


Wednesday, December 23, 2009

How to Keep Online Banking Safe and Secure

Online banking is part of our everyday life and it is proven to safe and secured. In fact, it is safer to do online banking than to go to actual ATM to check your account. However, there are precautionary measures that you need to do to keep your online banking experience safe and secure.


Tuesday, December 22, 2009

How to Prepare Your Car for Winter Season

Cold winter weather requires extra steps to ensure that your car is in good shape to drive especially if you live in snowy places. Winterizing your car will make you feel more comfortable driving even in snow because you know your car is ready. It also keeps you safe whether it’s a long or short drive.


Thursday, December 17, 2009

How to Choose Netbook Computers

Netbook computers are generally the less powerful version of laptop computers. It is ideal for internet surfing, email, word processing, research, and other not so resource hungry applications. There are several brands to choose from offering different features so if you can’t decide which one to buy, this article will help you choose the right Netbook computer for you.


Monday, December 14, 2009

How to Cook Eggs with Rice Cooker

Aside from boiling and frying eggs, there are other ways to cook them. One easy way to cook eggs is to include them when cooking rice with a rice cooker. Not only does it saves you on time, but on gas or electricity as well. You will get the same result as soft-boiled or hard-boiled egg depending on what you desire.


Sunday, December 13, 2009

How to Boil an Egg the Eco-Friendly Way

Eggs are very commonly used ingredients in many types of dishes and can be pickled, soft-boiled, hard-boiled, scrambled, or fried sunny-side up. Eggs are also a good source of protein and choline. It is very easy to boil or cook an egg but this article will teach you how to do it while conserving energy.


How to Minimize Thinning Hair with Proper Diet

Hair thinning or hair loss is often associated with genetics. But sometimes stress and bad eating habits also contribute to thinning hair which is a controllable factor that can be managed. Switching to organic whole foods and fresh vegetables can make a huge difference in health.


How to Find Out if Your Man is a Keeper

So you have met this wonderful and good looking guy and you are thinking if he is a keeper. Although it is true that men tends to bring his best foot forward when in the early stage of the relationship, there are still ways to find out if your man is a keeper before you get serious.


Saturday, December 12, 2009

How to Move or Copy an Excel Sheet to another Excel File

Microsoft Excel, a part of the Microsoft Office package, is a very powerful tool and the most widely used spreadsheet application today. If you have dealt with spreadsheets before, you may sometimes need to consolidate or combine Excel sheets into a single Excel file for easier management.


Common mistakes made by men during sex

Many men think that sex is instinctive and is something that just happens naturally. But, leaving your woman fully satisfied takes hard work and practise. You have to know what you are doing, or where you are going, for it to be an enjoyable experience for your lucky lady.


Wednesday, December 9, 2009

How to Inspect a House that You Want to Buy

Hiring a professional inspector when looking to buy a house is a good idea but sometimes they miss some details too. So it is an advantage if you know how to inspect a house for problems or potential problems that will cost you money to repair. It can also help you negotiate a lower price if defects are found.


Tuesday, December 8, 2009

How to Choose a Good Point-and-Shoot Digital Camera

Digital camera today offers a lot of advanced features and sometimes its overwhelming enough that it's so difficult to pick the right one for you. This article will help you choose a good point-and-shoot digital camera. Portability and price is not included as that is way too easy for you to figure out.


Sunday, December 6, 2009

How to Make Salmon with Curry Sauce

The best thing about salmon is that it is good for health because it is high in protein, high Omega-3 fatty acids, and high vitamin D[10] content... not to mention it is very easy to cook. Salmon with curry sauce is one of the easiest recipe to prepare.


How to Increase Gas Mileage to Save Money

Even if the price of gas has gone down, people are still looking for ways to save money by increasing gas mileage. Good car maintenance and good driving habits can help you get the most gas mileage out of your car whether it is new or old car.


Saturday, December 5, 2009

How to Move My Documents Folder to a Different Hard Drive

By default My Documents folder is stored in the same hard drive as the Windows operating system. This is not recommended because (1) My Documents stores all personal data which quickly grow in size and if there is not much space left on your system drive, it greatly degrades Windows performance (2) if your computer gets virus/malware infection, your personal data is compromised whereas if it is on a separate hard drive, it helps minimize the risk of infection (3) it makes backup difficult whereas if it is on a separate drive, you can backup the whole drive with no problem (4) if you want to reformat and reinstall the Windows operating system, your files will be deleted too whereas if your files are stored in a different drive, you can format the system drive without affecting your personal files.


Friday, December 4, 2009

How to Move Yahoo! Messenger Message Archive to Another Computer

Yahoo Messenger provides a simple way to archive all the history of your conversations with family and friends. You can move this message archive too from one computer to another to keep it getting deleted.


How to Show Hidden Files and Folders in Windows Computers

If you are scratching your head trying to find a folder or files, chances are they are hidden. Showing hidden files or folders is useful if you want to delete all the contents of a folder or disk or simply gain access on that folder. Hidden files cannot be deleted unless you made it visible first.


Thursday, December 3, 2009

How to Backup SIM Card Data with a USB SIM Card Reader

SIM card contains very valuable information and for some people can be more valuable than the cell phone itself. Having a backup will save you from headaches in case you left your phone in the bathroom when you last went out with friends or worst, got your bags stolen.


How to Save All Conversations in Yahoo Messenger

Yahoo Messenger provides a great way to reach your family and friends around the world. It also allows you to archive or save all the conversations you had if you need to go back and read them.