Oct 18, 2012

How to Deal with Anxiety


Throughout my life I have had anxiety. Sometimes this anxiety has been a hindrance to achieving my desires in life, and sometimes it hasn't. Sometimes I have sought medication to break the cycle of anxiety, but most times in my life I have chosen to live without taking medicine for it. But since I choose to mostly live without medication, I do have an interest in behavioral modification methods for minimizing the impact of my anxiety. And one of those methods I have often seen is the idea that for 5 or 10 minutes per day, you should worry. About everything and anything that might be possible to worry. 

And then..... move on. And so I tend to do this. Whether by expressing worries about things, or complaining about things, I spend a short amount of time, most days but not all, worrying and/or complaining. Getting it out of my system, so to speak.

One of the most difficult things about the "Stay-at-home-Dad" job, for me, has been the social isolation. I have no close friends, and no close family members. I have nobody to enjoy a morning coffee with. When my daughters were younger, we didn't have any regular play groups, once my wife uprooted us for the first of two job relocations. Not having an office to work at, there is no equivalent, for me, of the water cooler.

And so I've found the practice of blogging to be my replacement water cooler. And I apologize to those that read this thinking I spend my days complaining. Because I don't, really. There are certainly some things that bother me, sometimes more so than other times. But I don't think that's abnormal. And that is something that I have learned through blogging, and reading the website blogs of others.

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Oct 1, 2012

Data Recovery for Beginners

So what exactly is data recovery for beginners? In a nutshell it means exactly what it says. If you have never stored data before let alone even know what one is then for argument sake we will consider you a beginner. There is nothing wrong with being a beginner considering we all at one point or another started off that way. As a matter of fact if you are new to storing your files, it might actually be a good thing as you will not have any preconceived notion about what your can or cannot do as a beginner.

Most often data recovery for beginner sites go into detail about setting up hardware, and so forth, but I find they stop there, and think that that is all there is. Our site will go beyond the basic of data recovery and carry the learning on through to search engine optimization, recovering files, and eventually how to retrieve all your files. It can be done but it’s not the way you probably have heard from the well known data recovery professionals.

One of the upcoming tutorials that we will put together is aimed specifically at those just beginning to store your personal files, and will go step by step on how to decide what you want to save. We will also cover the in detail server data recovery, which you can learn more about here, and retrieving your files from your smartphone in subsequent lessons, and tutorials.

So in closing don’t be shy about reading any of the data recovery articles we will post in the future. We are quite confident you will learn a lot and keep your data valuables in your possession.