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Have you achieved your goals you set out this year, this month? It is time to evaluate. How productive or effective you been at working towards your goal, lets find out together
Have you been using your Time, Energy and Other resources effectively at pursuing your goals or dreams?
There are few parameters you can use to rate your self over a certain period of time to check if you have been productive or not. Some are outline below.
i. How is your Work life balance
ii. Are you consistent
iii. Are you easily distracted
iv. Are you jack of all trade and master of none
vi. Do you evaluate your working Techniques
vii. Use Productive Tools – Automate repetitive task
viii. Measure your daily or weekly output
ix. Are you messy, mess creates stress
x. Are you Bold, confidence. This gives energy
xi. Scared to fail or make mistake
xii. Worry what others will say
xiii. Do you map out a plan?
xiv. Do you rest a enough, rest gives you a clear mind
xv. Identify your time stealers, what takes your time that are not productive.
xvi. Form good habits
xvii. Are you Focus
xviii. Healthy?sick mind cant be productive
xviv. Do you exercise, helps you de – stress and keeps you active/energetic
The list will be updated again shortly.
Posted by: admin | April 22, 2016
Marble is a metamorphic rock that’s been used for thousands of years. Each piece of marble is different — the variety in veining and coloring is often considered its best trait. Marble tile can have an even or less uniform look, depending on the type and quality of marble you purchase. Most high-end marble has a very even color palette with soft veining.
Marble is a natural stone that is formed when limestone is heated and subjected to intense pressure. The crystals in the rock reorganize often creating a denser rock with interesting coloration and veining. Marble can be a softer stone when compared to granite or porcelain tile, but all the same it’s fairly durable. There are some marbles that are as hard as granite, so look for those if you want the most durable flooring. Sand and acidic liquids are marble tile’s biggest enemies. If you can keep these things out of the bathroom, you’ll be able to keep the marble sparkling for years.
Marble tile adds a luxurious finish for the interior of a home. It speaks of class and classic good looks yet is also practical. Marble has a crisp, polished elegance that brings to mind stately buildings. Installing marble tile in a home is smart on many counts but may not be for everyone.
Learning how to tell marble apart from other stone finishes, give potential buyers a head start on selecting the right tile. Understanding the properties of marble provides a heads-up on the care and maintenance required for marble surfaces.
Marble has been used by master craftsmen throughout the ages to adorn palace floors, ceilings and walls. Although it was once a show of wealth and power, today marble tile is making its way more and more into everyday homes — bathrooms in particular — all over the world.
Marbles are available in big blocks as well as in tile size. Marble comes in many colors, but the most preferred is white as this gives a very rich and sober look. Marble Tiles comes in many shapes and sizes like the huge blocks, after that their finishing is done and a proper shape and size is given to them.
Marble is one of the hottest trends on the market for homeowners. If you want a gorgeous, classical and elegant finish for your floor, marble makes an excellent choice. A marble floor is extremely hard and more durable than tiles. Breaking, chipping and
Marble is very easy to work with. It is a softer stone that can be milled, machined and tumbled, which means it can have multiple uses. For the bathroom, walls, counters and flooring etc
Distinguishing Marble From Other Types of Stone
There are other multicolored stones used in the building world that sometimes look like marble, so it is important to know the differences among the most common of these: travertine, granite, etc
Travertine is a type of limestone, which is essentially calcium carbonate. (Limestone is a sedimentary rock, meaning it is formed by layers of mineral deposits over time.) As someone familiar with limestone would expect, travertine is almost always white or off-white to beige or buff in color, and many people like the neutral tones. Travertine is typically quarried near freshwater environments, such as streams and hot springs. This type of stone is porous; it is more plentiful than marble and, therefore, generally less expensive. There are more finish options available with travertine than with marble, even though color options may be minimal. One of the most famous examples of travertine construction is the Colosseum in Rome.
Granite sometimes has an appearance similar to that of marble, but granite is an entirely different type of rock. Granite is igneous rock, meaning it is formed from molten rock that has cooled and hardened. Most granite can be distinguished from marble appearance-wise in that granite, as its name would imply, has a grainy or speckled look to it. By contrast, marble is veined with fine lines running through it; however, there is some marble that resembles granite, and vice versa. Granite is far harder, more resistant to scratches, acid damage, and burns than marble. Granite is typically white to black or pink, although there are other natural colors, such as blue, which are rarer and more expensive. Mount Rushmore is granite, as is El Escorial in Madrid, one of the world’s largest granite buildings.
Qualities of Marble Tile
The qualities of marble tile should be considered before making a commitment to it as an interior finish. While the benefits are many, there are concerns with any type of purchase.
Marble tile has many good features, including its durability, hardness, easy cleaning, and beauty.
One only needs to consider the longevity of ancient rock formations such as Stonehenge or centuries-old marble sculptures to comprehend the durability of stone tile. Even gravestones, which are subjected to harsh weather conditions, last hundreds of years. Of course, all types of stone have different degrees of durability, but a marble tile floor, with proper care, will last indefinitely.
For the most part, the hardness of marble is a good thing; however, in a home with many breakables, especially with children or pets, anything dropped or knocked over is as good as gone. Still, hardness equates to a long-lasting material.
Because marble (and most stone) is naturally durable, it requires little daily and weekly maintenance. A good dust mopping every day will take care of dust and dirt, but to many people, daily sweeping or mopping is too much of a chore. Damp mopping can be done as needed or on a regular weekly basis with water or a special stone cleaner. Because marble stains easily, be sure to attend to spills and drips immediately. (Set stains will need to be dealt with by a marble specialist.)
Marble is one of the most beautiful stones. Many feel that veined marble looks more graceful and elegant than the crystalline look of granite (or of some granular marble). Polished marble has a lovely sheen and looks simply luxurious.
Types of Marble Tile
Marble tile comes in a wide range of colors, making it an ideal choice for accentuating any type of decor. In addition to the multitude of hues available, the differences in vein patterns and grain distinguish various types of marble from one another. To the untrained eye, it might be difficult to differentiate the types of marble. With so many options to choose from, it’s helpful to do some research so you make the best decision for your renovation project.
Depending on the type of marble used, it can add sophistication to a kitchen or an artistic flair to a foyer. The abundance of marble colors and types available allows you to complement or contrast hues or create distinctive mosaic patterns on floors and walls with this material. No matter which type you decide to install, marble tile adds a timeless visual impact wherever it’s placed.
some popular marble options:
Carrara marble tile
This is generally white, gray or blue-gray and commonly used in sculpture and building decor. Its veining is more linear and can either be small and fine or soft and feathery, although it can be dramatic. One of the more readily available marble options, Carrara is one of the most commonly used marbles in residences. Since it can have a stark, pristine whiteness, use it in bathrooms to add an airy and clean feel.
Statuary marble tile
A sister stone to Carrara, statuary marble features a uniform background and light gray tones with distinctive and more dramatic veining. Its semi translucent white background gives it a shiny, glossy feel, reflects
Marble flooring maintenance
Once your marble tile is installed, take care of it with regular cleaning. Be sure to avoid using abrasive cleaners. If you can find a neutral pH cleaner, use that. These products can often be found at stores that just sell stone products. You can find them easily if you do an online search.
The trick is to perform regular cleaning and not wait for months before you tackle a cleaning job. If you just do a simple cleaning once a week, you’ll discover it’s not hard to clean the floor.
Cons of Marble Floors
Coldness – In cold climate
Like any stone, marble is good at conducting heat away from the body, so it feels cold when touched or walked on in bare feet. Homeowners need to consider the region in which they live, their climate control system, and their personal comfort level before choosing marble tile for flooring. It may mean always having to wear slippers, which some people are not accustomed to doing. Area rugs may be used, but then again, covering marble with rugs defeats the purpose of using this attractive material.
The calcium component of marble is particularly susceptible to etching by acids, such as vinegar, citrus juices, and soft drinks, as well as less obvious acids, such as ketchup, salad dressing, and many other food and household products. Spills from these items can ruin the finish and roughen the texture of marble tile. Marble tile is not an ideal finish for a kitchen floor for this reason. Moreover, chlorine bleach also ruins marble. Special, mild cleaning solutions must be used for marble care.
Keeping marble clean is of the utmost importance, as it can become scratched by sand and dirt that are tracked onto it. Most experts recommend not wearing outside footwear on marble tile for this reason; bare feet, socks, or slippers are ideal. There is some debate as to whether sealers prevent scratches or attract the grit that causes scratches, so a decision on this count must be made as well.
When compared to other tile and finish options, marble is at the higher end of the cost range. The installation adds even more money to the bill. Keep in mind also that while day-to-day cleaning is fairly easy, marble also requires regular professional cleaning and polishing and eventually, resurfacing and resealing.
The main thing to keep in mind is that any material has its downsides, and marble tile is still a highly desirable surface. People who like the look of marble but not some of the negatives may wish to look into modern vinyl flooring that mimics the look of marble, or concrete floors that can be stained to resemble marble.
Where to Install Marble Tile
Marble tile is not just for floors; it can also be used for a backsplash in a kitchen or bathroom, walls, or even deck and patio surfaces.
MARBLE PRICES – Speak to us about Discount
i. Bluepearl marble ———–N 18,000 per sqm
ii. Green pearl marble——–N 18,000 per sqm
iii. White carala marble——-N 15,000 per sqm
iv. Cashmirwhite marble—–N 17,000 per sqm
v. Black galaxy—————–N 15000 per sqm
vi. N2,700 per sm – classic and bond
vii. N2,850 per sqm – shingle and milano
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Posted by: admin | April 20, 2016
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Posted by: admin | April 18, 2016
A young but talented boy from Enugu state has constructed an aeroplane with locally sourced materials.
Although the mini airplane has no engine, it looks like a real jet and even can hold two or three passengers.
Despite their lack of material, training and money, these determined aviation-enthusiasts have managed to build their own machines.
Sulaiman Famro is a cheerful, 65 year old engineer, and a master of branding. He built the prototype “Farmking” three years ago and claims he can save the country $1 billion a year, just in savings on starch importation.
The Farmking is a one-stop processing plant for cluster and farm-site processing of root crops and grains. It has a diesel powered engine that allows for remote processing, with power out connections for lighting so that it can work all night, if needed.
Made in Nigeria Solar Powered car by Segun
Made in Nigeria water-powered generator (hydroelectric generator) in action, invented by Nsukka-born Emeka Nelson
Emeka poses near MGBANWE C12, a machine that turns non-biodegradable wastes like plastics, waterproof nylon, etc. into “petrol, kerosene, diesel and some other heavy oils and interlocking stones
A group of Mechanical Engineering students from the University of Lagos successfully developed a zero-emission automobile built to reduce global warming.
Jimoh Olayinka Agric Engineering Dept Lagos state University – Machine for de-feathering chicken automatically. Machine can de-feather more than one chicken at a time
Posted by: admin | April 15, 2016
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Posted by: admin | April 14, 2016
Comparing both phones to highlight which phones have a better range of features.
Apple is coming to market with a new iPhone at the end of the year and that, undoubtably, will shake things up.
Samsung Galaxy S7: 5.1-inch Super AMOLED, 2,560 x 1,440, 577ppi
iPhone 6S: 4.7-inch IPS LCD, 1334 x 750, 326ppi, 3D Touch
The Samsung Galaxy S7’s display is very similar indeed to the S6’s. This means that once again it is radically sharper than the iPhone 6S’s screen, and once again displays deeper blacks thanks to its Super AMOLED tech.
For those that don’t know, AMOLED screens display deeper and richer blacks by electrically charging each individual pixel when generating colours, letting them create blacks simply by turning off the relevant pixels.
GALAXY S7 VS IPHONE 6S: PERFORMANCE
Samsung Galaxy S7: Exynos 8890 octa-core/Snapdragon 820 quad-core CPU, Adreno 530/Mali-T880 MP12 GPU, 4GB RAM
iPhone 6S: Apple A9 64-bit dual-core CPU, 2GB RAM
The Galaxy S7 is powered by Samsung’s own Exynos 8890 processor in most territories, including here in the UK. Our US cousins get the more general, off-the-shelf (but still highly capable) Snapdragon 820.
Whichever chip you get, it will offer radically better performance than the Galaxy S6. Samsung claims that both will offer 30% better performance than the Galaxy S6’s Exynos 7420 64-bit octa-core CPU. The phone’s also got a memory upgrade, with Samsung having loaded the Galaxy S7 with a staggering 4GB of RAM.
GALAXY S7 VS IPHONE 6S: CAMERA
Samsung Galaxy S7: 12-megapixel, phase detection, Dual Pixels, OIS, f/1.7 lens, 1/2.6″ sensor, 1.4 µm pixel, 4K video, 5-megapixel front camera
iPhone 6S: 12-megapixel rear camera, f/2.2 aperture, dual LED flash, 4K video recording, 5-megapixel front camera
The iPhone 6S is no slow poke when it comes to snapping photos. The phone’s automatic mode is one of the best we’ve seen on a smartphone and makes it quicker and easier to take great photos without having to get bogged down in complex settings.
It’s only drawback is its lack of optical image stabilisation (OIS), a factor that, combined with its lower f/2.2 aperture meant it struggled to compete with the Galaxy S6 in low light.
The Galaxy S7 widens the gulf in that respect, employing a number of techniques to help boost its low light performance.
For starters Samsung’s loaded the Galaxy S7 with a new 12-megapixel sensor – actually less than its predecessor – that’s been designed to capture bigger pixels, and as a consequence more light.
GALAXY S7 VS IPHONE 6S: STORAGE
Samsung Galaxy S7: 32GB, microSD
iPhone 6S: 16GB / 64GB / 128GB
Samsung’s only loaded the Galaxy S7 with 32GB of internal storage. By comparison the iPhone 6S is currently available with 16GB, 64GB or 128GB of internal space.
So, a win to the iPhone, right? Not quite.
While the additional options are nice, and we wish Samsung had followed suit and offered more, the entry-level Apple offering is pretty much hopeless. 16GB is completely inadequate for a modern flagship phone.
Galaxy S7 allows you to bolster its fixed storage with a microSD slot
SAMSUNG GALAXY S7 VS IPHONE 6S: DESIGN
Samsung Galaxy S7: 7.9mm thick, 152g, metal alloy, glass front and back, IP68 certified, Black/Gold
iPhone 6S: 7.1mm thick, 143g, Series 7000 anodised aluminium back, Space Gray/Silver/Gold/Rose Gold
The Galaxy S6 was the prettiest phone Samsung’s ever made by quite some margin. It ditched the horrid plastic backs seen on past Galaxy phones, replacing them with a wonderfully luxurious mix of glass and metal. The design made the Galaxy S6 look and feel premium.
SAMSUNG GALAXY S7 VS IPHONE 6S: PRICING
Samsung Galaxy S7: Averagely same
iPhone 6S: Averagely same
Let us know what you think
Posted by: admin | April 13, 2016
Quality and affordable Cheap Wheelie Bin for Sale in Nigeria
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Posted by: admin | April 12, 2016