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Positive Things to Do for the Weeks of April 20th and April 27th, 2014:
1. Has anyone ever punched you in the nose? Take the time to remember who did that and report them to the FBI or appropriate entity, they need to know who is attacking citizens of your Country. If you do not know their name, just record as much information as you do recall about the attack and report it.
Punching or striking an individual in the nose can break the nose from the forehead and cause a brain hemorraghe. This is a life-threatening crime. If you experience or see someone else experience a broken or severely bleeding nose, place something cold [a bag of ice or cold water, a cold cloth or snow] on and around it [the forehead, the top and sides of the outside of the nose, and the head]and get to medical attention.
If you have been hit in the head or nose or if you have fallen and hit your head you should always seek medical attention. If you can drink a glass of milk or take some calcium-- or place a piece of bread or a Tums tablet in your mouth [without chewing really -- just to get some calcium from it] at the onset of a bloody nose, that may help stop further bleeding and let you get to a medical facility without more bleeding. Stay away from red wine, it is a dilator that promotes internal bleeding.
Completing this Positive Thing To Do may help you feel a sense of justice or resolve in reporting one or more individuals who have acted against you. Reporting criminals when you have the window of time to do so, is a very important and Positive Thing to Do and it may solve other crimes -- and it may save your own life.
You can submit a tip to the F.B.I. using the following link:
2. Shop for a new camera, if you need one and can afford one.
If you already have a camera, make sure you have batteries and all that you require to use it.
3. Make your Home Safer: Properly dispose of pharmaceuticals, cleaners, and chemicals that you do not plan on using or that are expired.
Completing this Positive Thing To Do removes potential hazards from your house or dwelling. Ensuring that cleaning products, plant food, and drugs (over-the-counter and pharmaceuticals) are removed from the reach of children, pets, and visitors creates a safer environment for everyone. There are cupboard locks available to prevent toddlers from getting into cupboards, and from closets with hot water heaters.
4. Update Your 2014 Accomplishments File.
If you do not already have one made, please make yourself a file or electronic file or notebook to capture your "2014 Accomplishments" and keep it updated every week or month -- it is a great way to reward yourself with documentation of your productivity, citizenship, and accomplishments of the Positive Things you did in 2014. You may find that some of those accomplishments can be included on your resume or dossier.
When you choose to do important things with your time, you will likely feel a greater sense of fulfillment and reward from the Positive Things you do in your life.