Did you know that most photocopiers keep a digital copy of the documents you copy? And because most photocopiers in businesses are rented, when they are replaced that info goes with them? If you copy something on a business or public copier (in a library, post office, or copy shop) your social security...(continued)
number, bank info or medical records can easily get into the wrong hands. If you need to make copies of personal documents, it is best to make them on a home copier or scan your document on your scanner. I just read this in an AARP publication and thought I'd pass it along.
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Sometimes it's really hard getting your exercise minutes or steps in the most beneficial way - throughout the day. One way to increase your walking is to "take the long way around". When I'm in my office, after using the ladies' room I'll take the longest route back to my desk. Same goes for the photocopier - I use the photocopier that is most distant from my desk and then take the longest route back to my desk. It all adds up!
I've come to a realization I've been hiding behind my weight. But I'm tired of having this security blanket on me and am ready to throw it away. Life is something worth experiencing and appreciating, and not hiding from. Daily I remind myself - it's time to throw away the security blanket.
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