Most people like to get a good bargain when purchasing something.
You will often hear people describing something they purchased by telling about how little they paid for it by wrangling a good deal. Or how they got the seller to throw in a bunch of extras to make the final product worth more.
Another method that has been around for decades is to throw in an extra bonus item when the purchase is made.
Years ago, people would send in box tops, or some other form of proof of purchase, to the vendor to get their bonus item.
Other products, would insert a surprise gift in the product packaging that the buyer would find after opening it.
Either way, these extra enticements sold more products for the vendor allowing them to outsell their competitors. Continue reading →
Doctors are working to determine the benefits of exercise
regiments in improving cognition and reducing normal
memory loss so that specific exercises can be assigned to
Adding to the long list of benefits that exercise provides
to overall health and giving more reasons to get off of
the couch and get active!
Studies are now showing that physical activity reduces stress and anxiety disorders that contribute to many memory issues as well as providing evidence that exercise may prevent, or delay, dementia. Continue reading →