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Got an upcoming gift exchange at the office but not sure what cheap but hopefully not-too-crappy gift to buy for your workmate? Well you’re in luck Wired’s guide on how to choose the right gifts for office parties has you covered.

The how-to- guide suggests several questions that can lead to satisfying and cheap gifts perfect for your hush-hush Santee, like: What type of music does he/she like? What is his/her favorite color? Knowing the answers means the right CD or T-shirt colour can make you the winning gift giver. If you’ve got a great idea or two of your own, let’s hear it in the comments. Photo By:*PPDIGITAL*

Choose Gifts for Office Parties [Wired]

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Came across this great weblog named Ririan Project which offers several tips for breaking (but not necessarily quitting altogether) your TV habit. Do you know that nearly every household (90 percent in Caribbean) has at least one TV and most have more? Ririan Project shows some unique ideas on how your TV will not be the highlight of your life when nighttime comes along. For example:

Throw out the remote control. It’s impressive how much less television you’ll watch if you have to get up every time you want to change channels or adjust the volume. Plus, it eliminates all those hours you spend channel surfing.
The post also suggests that reading at least 30 pages of a book or magazine before you start watching TV 🙂 or change up your furniture so the TV isn’t the focal point, along with a lot of other worthwhile tips for cutting back. And since you’re watching less TV around bedtime, you’ll also sleep better.

watching_tv.jpgOutright disregard for television has always rubbed me the wrong way, so this post takes a nice angle for how you can change my television to a less central focus in your life while replacing it with other healthy ideas. I’ve found that the internet have made it possible to watch less TV. In fact I’ve not watch television for almost two most now. Yes, I do miss it sometimes, but you know what? I feel great 😀 – because I get more sleep and wake-up feeling good. But if you’ve broken a rather nasty TV addiction in the past or you just can’t give up TV, let’s hear how you did it in the comments. Photo By:*Luke Wisley*

Getting Unplugged: How to Break the TV Habit [Ririan Project]

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Now that the CARICOM single market is allowing CARICOM Nationals the rights to work and establish in other member nations. Besides taking along your personal belongs, your Credit report with also come along with you 🙂 .

However, the increased movement of people facilitated by these provisions has also increased the risks to banks and other financial institutions as individuals with bad credit move among regional jurisdictions with the opportunity to rack up new debt as they go along.

With this risk in mind, indigenous banks in the Caribbean have agreed in principle to step up efforts to create a mechanism for the sharing of customer credit rating information across national boundaries.

Its funny how these banks are always working on ways to protect their bottom-line and develop mechanism to protect themselves. Maybe CARICOM Nationals should develop mechanisms to protect themselves from these Indigenous Banks. 🙂 Let’s hear your opinion on the idea of sharing customer credit rating information across national boundaries in the comments.

Freedom of movement credit check [Caribbean360.com]

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