Jeremy D. Mena

Jeremy D. Mena

Alcohol geek. Future teen idol. Web practitioner. Problem solver. Certified bacon guru. Spent 2002-2009 researching plush toys in Miami, FL. Won several awards for exporting tar in Libya. Uniquely-equipped for managing human growth hormone in Libya. Spent a weekend implementing fried chicken on the black market. Spoke at an international conference about working on carnival rides in Miami, FL. Developed several new methods for donating jack-in-the-boxes in Edison, NJ.
Automobiles

When Does Mold Tend To Grow in a Car?

The main culprit to the mold problem of your car is the moisture that manages to enter. It could be from the take-out food you left to sit in it or unpredictable weather conditions. These things are seemingly unavoidable, no matter how caring you are toward your car. Moreover, the...
Life

When Your Parents Need Help: Steps to Take

As your parents grow older, it can be challenging to see them become infirm and helpless. It is your responsibility as their offspring to take care of them as they reach their old age. A lot of them face a variety of issues. For many people, the option of simply...
World News

Scaling Your Business in the New Normal

Scalability is concerned with capabilities and capacity. Is there space for growth in your organization? Will your company's processes, equipment, and workers be able to deal with the increase? Many companies are still working on their return-to-office plans. And though some are revising specific details in light of COVID-19 surges...
Health

A Practical Guide to Improving the Pandemic Life at Home

It's time for a pandemic home makeover. The quarantine period has brought numerous trends in home renovation projects. People have become engrossed in home improvement ideas to get themselves out of their pandemic rut. Homeowners have been finding quick, easy, and affordable ways of sprucing up their homes to keep...
World News

A Home that Can Survive Wildfires? It is Possible

Wildfires are happening more frequently across the United States and all over the world. Just this year, California has recorded its second-largest wildfire. The Dixie fire has been burning for more than a month and, as of Aug. 18, has claimed 635,728 acres. Only 33 percent has been contained as...
Life

The Preloved Trend: Selling Secondhand Clothing Items

In theory, having plenty of material possessions sounds like a beneficial situation to be in. Acquiring them can even be a more exhilarating feeling. We always seem joyful when buying new things. Indeed, shiny things do make us want them more. This feeling has eventually evolved into a concept called retail therapy. This...
Health

Reduce Your Allergy Triggers with these Tips

Allergies are always a pain to deal with, and nobody likes having them. There are many reasons why our allergies are triggered, from eating the wrong food to breathing in pollen and the like. When it comes to the latter, there’s a lot of ways you can prevent or reduce...
World News

Brick-and-Mortar Shops are Not Dead

The image of shop-filled streets is ingrained in the minds of many. We often visualize light-filled streets filled with merry people enjoying themselves, shopping for food or gifts during special occasions and holidays. However, as we enter the second decade of the 21st century, this mental image is fast becoming...
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