Covid-19 is the biggest pandemic all across the world which created huge economic destruction as well as emotional and mental.Such a gloomy state affair is bound to have a deeply negative psychological impact on people’s mental and emotional health like stress, anxiety, depression, many disorders beyond imagination. It creates a mental crisis and negative surroundings in our environment.So, it is very important to maintain our mental and emotional health during this pandemic.There are some important factors or life perspectives through which we can stay positive and maintain our good mental health with lots of positivity and can create a positive environment for all.1. Eating a healthy and balanced diet not only keep us fit but also have a great impact on our mental health. It will improve our immunity to tight with Covid-19 and reduce stress.2. Exercising or movement of the body is very much necessary to be positive in this pandemic scenario.3. Be in touch with positive people through mobile video chat, social media to build good emotional health.4. We must have a structured routine as our normal day in this Covid with a certain schedule. It will increase our productivity and keep us in good spirits.5. We should do our work like a normal day, set our deadline. Try to achieve our daily target. All of this accomplishment and keep us positive about our work.6. Do work together involve all family members even kids. Since most of us do not have domestic help. It will be a fun event and bound to improve our mood.7. We should keep things in order like arranging our cupboard bookshelf etc. Putting things in order can psychologically help deal with the disorder that we are seeing in the world right now.8. Take some time for ourselves from our daily routine such as listening to music, reading an inspiring book, etc. All of these activities will improve our mood and relax in combating stress and anxiety.9. Mediation and breathing exercises like Pranayam, Om chanting improve our patience and also fill us with lots of positivity.10. It is a very good time to enjoy our hobby which relaxes us.11. Learn new things whatever we want like cooking, learning music, which not only relaxes us but also increases our skills.12. Laughter is the best medicine to improve our emotional and mental health. It also improves our immune system.13. Updated on what is happening all around the world but guard against overload information and avoid sensational news, rumors. It is very important to have a positive conversation that will give us hope and motivation to stay strong.14. Be with nature like gardening etc. which will give us love and peace.15. Even though we are confined indoors we can help other people who are suffering from stress or effected from coronavirus by a chat with them through video chat, mobile. Give them good vibration and positive thoughts. It will create lots of positive aspects in us and others also.16. If we are experiencing anxiety negative thoughts, stress, etc. consult mental health consultants or doctors.17. Instead of thinking about Covid or negative thoughts, let us takes unexperienced time off to really bond with family, refresh our good memories create a new one and share it with our friends and family member.18. Feel grateful to almighty that all our family is safe.19. Feel and enjoy in comfort our home20. Pray for everyone who is suffering stress, any disorder or anxiety in our prayer every day.21. Create a plan for the future that you wish to do when this difficult period will end. By doing this our mind will be prepared that critical situation will definitely end it create lots of hope for the future and fill us with a great positive inspiration.In conclusion, we can say it is very much important to have positive perspectives on life. It will create a positive environment which solves all our problem, stress anxiety during Covid-19. So, stay positive, healthy, happy and enjoy our life against any negative scenario.
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KANI, Gifu Pref. – Australian Wayne Perske fired a final-round 67 to capture his first title in Japan at the season-opening Token Homemate Cup on Sunday.Australia’s Wayne Perske holds the trophy after winning the season-opening Token Homemate Cup on Sunday. Perske trailed overnight leader Akinori Tani by one stroke but made a perfect start with a birdie on his first hole and went on to pick up four more shots in a bogey-free round at Shuga Country Club to claim a two-shot win on 21-under 267.Perske, who has only played in a dozen tournaments on the Japanese tour, collected a winner’s check of 22 million yen from the 110 million yen purse. The 31-year-old’s previous best finish in Japan was a tie for fifth at the 2003 Aiful Cup.“I played with my good friend Brendan Jones and he’s a winner on the tour before so it was relaxing for me out there but I am very surprised to win,” said Perske.“I am very happy to play good golf this week, the first week on the tour. It is very surprising but I am extremely happy.”Yui Ueda put together an excellent round of 66 with an eagle and four birdies and finished tied in second with Jones on 269.New Zealand’s David Smail and South Korean I.J. Chang shared fourth with Hideto Tanihara and Hiroyuki Fujita another stroke back.Little-known Tani choked on the pressure and an even-par 72 saw him drop from the top of the leaderboard into a three-way tie for eighth on 271 with S.K. Ho of South Korea and Mitsuhiro Tateyama. IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES
0Shares0000Team Manager Wangila Simiyu with Kenya Simbas team lifting Elgon Cup after beating Uganda.PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaNAIROBI, Kenya, Feb 14 – The national 15s team dropped two places to sit 24th in the latest rankings released by World Rugby.The Kenya Simbas, whose last assignment was the 34-10 win over Hong Kong in August last year at Nairobi’s RFUEA Grounds, have 59.28 points. The Jerome Paawarter’s side was overhauled by Germany who climbed to 22nd on 60.73 points courtesy of a shock 41-38 win over Romania in Rugby Europe Championship action on Saturday.World Champions New Zealand remains top of the global rankings with 94.78 points while South Africa are placed sixth to top the African continent followed by 19th ranked Namibia.Zimbabwe (37th), Senegal (39th) and Uganda (43rd) round off the top five continental teams.The Simbas do have an opportunity to improve on their rankings when they play Uganda in Elgon Cup first leg in Kampala on June 10 before meeting the Rugby Cranes in the return fixture a fortnight later, a clash that also marks the start of the Africa Cup where fixtures against Tunisia, Senegal, Zimbabwe and Namibia are also lined up.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
tense REPLY Mendy is very popular with the City faithful whoops Mendy’s first season with City was brought to an abrupt halt by a cruciate ligament injury and, having helped France win the World Cup, on Saturday he made his first start since undergoing meniscus surgery in November.The full-back helped seal a hard-fought 1-0 FA Cup semi-final win against Brighton, but the questions after did not only revolve around fitness.Disciplined last September for reporting late to have treatment on a foot injury after attending a boxing event, Mendy was this week subject of reports that he was in a nightclub in the early hours having not been included in the squad for Fulham later that same day.“I feel so good, and I am very happy,” the City defender said.“The team-mates and the staff have been really good. revealed 2 MOST READ IN FOOTBALL latest Benjamin Mendy insists he is not a bad influence within the Manchester City ranks Benjamin Mendy insists he is no troublemaker with the Manchester City left-back vowing to stick to the rule book as he looks to make up for lost time.The 24-year-old has endured a topsy-turvy time since arriving at the Etihad Stadium in 2017. 2 huge blow Did Mahrez just accidentally reveal Fernandinho is leaving Man City this summer? Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City Sky Sports presenter apologises for remarks made during Neville’s racism discussion Liverpool news live: Klopp reveals when Minamino will play and issues injury update Guardiola’s men are the bookmakers’ favourite to win the Champions League and kick off their quarter-final clash with Tottenham at the north Londoners’ stunning new home on Tuesday.“I have missed a lot of games, but my team-mates have been incredible,” Mendy said.“So we need to trust and to believe it for going on the end with a lot of trophies.“We will have a good rest and we will see after when we have seen the manager and follow the rules.“We are happy we want to win as many trophies as possible. So we try to play good, to give everything for the fans. That is what we did today.” The average first-team salaries at every Premier League club in 2019 “I am not a doctor. I follow the rules. The excuse is not one.“This injury (following an attempted comeback in January)… when I came back sometimes the swelling stayed.“But now it’s good, we can forget the past and think about the future.“I feel really fit and I want to give everything I can to help my team.”Mendy’s return to the fold is certainly a welcome shot in the arm at a crunch stage of the campaign.City have already wrapped up the Carabao Cup and sealed their place in the FA Cup final on Saturday, while they remain in the driving seat for the Premier League. Berahino hits back at b******t Johnson criticism – ‘I was in a dark place at Stoke’ gameday cracker SORRY Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury
By Paul LeckerSports ReporterMERRILL – Marshfield freshman Bentley Schwanebeck-Ostermann won the 145-pound championship and the Tigers finished fourth as a team at the 2016 Wisconsin Valley Conference Wrestling Tournament on Saturday at Merrill High School.Schwanbeck-Ostermann was one of four Tigers to reach the championship round, but the only one to come away with a victory. He defeated Max Benitz of Wisconsin Rapids 5-0 in the 145-pound championship match.Stevens Point won five individual titles to edge Wisconsin Rapids for the team championship by just 5.5 points, 202.5-197. Marshfield was fourth with 147 points, 13 behind Wausau West. The team title is Stevens Point’s first in program history.Tanner Kanable (106 pounds), Anthony Kanable (132) and Nolan Hertel (138) all finished second for Marshfield, losing in the championship round.Caden Dennee (113), Caden Pearce (126), Payton Young (160), Kyle Krizan (170), and Sam Bauman (195) each finished fourth for the Tigers, losing semifinal and third-place matches.Marshfield will compete at the WIAA Division 1 regional on Feb. 13 at Wausau West. The top four finishers in each weight class move on to the D-1 individual sectional at D.C. Everest on Feb. 20. The top team at the regional qualifies for the D-1 team sectional at Wausau East on Feb. 16.(Hub City Times Sports Reporter Paul Lecker is also the publisher of MarshfieldAreaSports.com.)2016 Wisconsin Valley Conference Wrestling TournamentFeb. 6, at Merrill High SchoolTeam scores: 1. Stevens Point 202.5; 2. Wisconsin Rapids 197; 3. Wausau West 160; 4. Marshfield 147; 5. D.C. Everest 141; 6. Merrill 112.5; 7. Wausau East 66.Championship Matches and Marshfield Finishers106: Championship – Brady Koontz (SP) pinned Tanner Kanable (MAR) in 2:37.113: Championship – Dylan Koontz (SP) pinned Josie Bartishoski (WE) in 1:19; Third place – Corbin Trotzer (DC) pinned Caden Dennee (MAR) in 3:12.120: Championship – Devon Schultz (MER) def. Kyle VanGalder (DC) 6-5.126: Championship – Chance Bailey (SP) def. Frank Lor (WW) 6-5; Third place – Brendan Leder (MER) pinned Caden Pearce (MAR) in 3:25.132: Championship – Patrick Spray (WR) def. Anthony Kanable (MAR) 4-1.138: Championship – Bergh Diebel (WR) def. Nolan Hertel (MAR) 4-2.145: Championship – Bentley Schwanebeck-Ostermann (MAR) def. Max Benitz (WR) 5-0.152: Championship – Tanner Pettit (MER) def. Cody Sawyer (WR) 3-2; Fifth place – Sam Mitchell (MAR) def. David Lummis (SP) 7-2.160: Championship – Fritz Schierl (SP) pinned Brock Benitz (WR) in 2:31; Third place – Calen Henkens (WW) pinned Payton Young (MAR) in 3:10.170: Championship – Nate White (DC) def. Joey Roth (SP) 7-4; Third place – Dylan Hall (WR) pinned Kyle Krizan (MAR) in 2:39.182: Championship – Nathan Fuller (WR) def. Sam Stroik (DC) 5-2; Fifth place – Jake Harlow (SP) pinned Conner Peterson (MAR) in 1:41.195: Championship – Nate Engel (SP) pinned Jake Timm (WR) in 0:52; Third place – Jared Bonke (WW) pinned Sam Bauman (MAR) in 3:54.220: Championship – Brady Lenz (WW) def. Berkley Corvino (DC) 3-1; Fifth place – Antonio Anaya (MAR).285: Championship – Jack Vruwink (WR) def. Brandon Patoka (SP) 3-2.
A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Tags:#Features#Trends#web sarah perez 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Related Posts In Tampa, Florida, one of the cities that comprises the megalopolis known as the Tampa Bay area, home to Busch Gardens, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and only minutes from beautiful beaches on the Gulf Coast of Florida (oh, and this author’s stomping grounds, too), a local politician is giving credit to Facebook for his recent win in the primaries for the local County Commission. On Facebook, the crowd is still very young, with an average age of 22.96 as of this February. Typically, the youth vote, although coveted, could not be counted on thanks to low turnout of young voters at the polls. However, this small time local election may prove to be one of the first examples of the huge impact Gen Y can have on the political process. Now that many members of Gen Y are of voting age, their sheer numbers can no longer be ignored by politicians. The biggest generation since the baby boomers, Gen Y has been poorly characterized by some as lazy, unfocused, and self-centered – a generation that would just as soon stay home with mom and dad than go out and climb the corporate ladder. While it may be true that Gen Y has the good financial sense to maximize their time in rent-free accommodations, they are certainly proving themselves the opposite of lazy when it comes to involvement, be it social involvement, community involvement, or political involvement. Considering this recent “Facebook-powered” win, it could be that this generation is all talk and all action, too.According to Rearden Killion Communications, the St. Petersburg advertising firm that handled the campaign of Kevin Beckner in the District Six democratic primary for the Hillsborough County Commission, the Facebook effort comprised of content, video production, and media buying valued at around $7000. There was also a Facebook app which let supporters put a campaign button on their own pages and provided a link to Beckner’s page. The overall effort increased Beckner’s Facebook group membership by 50 percent. In this local election of this County Commissioner, you have to wonder if this is a hint of things to come in the upcoming presidential election here in the U.S. The Obama campaign has defined themselves by the way they have embraced technology. From blogs to social networks to even SMS text messages announcing the VP, the campaign is “a revolutionary shift in our country’s political media ecology,” says Andrew Rasiej over on techPresident. Although it has yet to be seen whether or not the use of technology will propel Obama into the Oval Office, the results of this local election prove that there is merit to targeting the online crowd and asking for their vote.(Image credit: Zappowbang)
scott fulton What it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech … Tags:#mobile#news The Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technology The Supreme Court thought it settled the issue in January, but the debate over warrantless GPS searches won’t go away. Now, one U.S. senator is concerned that the Department of Justice hasn’t fully scaled back its searches and may be subpoenaing ISPs for the GPS data it can no longer get directly. Last September – an eon ago for attorneys involved with this issue – a U.S. appeals court ruled that the Justice Department must turn over information about how much data it obtains about suspects under surveillance by way of GPS devices. It was the first drop in what became a watershed for privacy advocates, including the ACLU, which has long argued that obtaining civilians’ locations through GPS constitutes a warrantless search in violation of the Fourth Amendment.Then in January, the Supreme Court affirmed the ACLU’s argument almost in its entirety (PDF available here), overturning a drug trafficking conviction of a D.C. nightclub owner whose whereabouts had been tracked through warranted use of GPS data for a car registered to his wife. Since the warrant applied to information for someone other than the suspect, an appeals court ruled, and the Supreme Court upheld, that the search leading to his arrest and later conviction was unconstitutional. Immediately afterward, the DOJ ordered a scaling back on the use of GPS in surveillance.But recent news reports (like this one) compelled Sen. Al Franken (D – Minn.) to send a letter sent yesterday to U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, a copy of which was sent to ReadWriteWeb. The letter includes a questionnaire asking the government to disclose the number of requests for information it filed with wireless carriers between last January and April. Sen. Franken apparently is looking for a pattern: Since the Supreme Court handed down its decision in U.S. v. Jones on January 23, a sudden spike in information requests could be a signal that law enforcement officials are bypassing the high court.“Americans’ right to privacy shouldn’t depend on what technology is being used to track them,” Franken says in his statement sent to RWW. “The protections people are guaranteed by the Constitution and by the Supreme Court shouldn’t be limited to the use of physical GPS monitoring devices; they should extend to any device law enforcement officials use to track an individual’s movements – including location information obtained from wireless carriers.”The government’s position on the Jones case had been that a GPS database was like a public place, a virtual community. And in that respect, it’s like a public park, where people might not have a reasonable expectation of privacy. In the specific case of Mr. Jones, who was suspected of involvement in a cocaine ring, the government had argued that any privacy right the suspect may claim would be outweighed by the rights of all the other citizens who share this common place (albeit in cyberspace), and who expect it to be free of drug trafficking. A lower district court, whose ruling had been overturned by the appeals court, had offered something similar to this metaphor: If you’re in a public park and you notice that you’re being watched by a passer-by, that’s not a privacy violation. If that person keeps looking at you for a long period of time, however, maybe he really is spying on you. By that same standard, perhaps it’s unreasonable to suspect the motives of an agency that acquires a person’s location once or twice. When that person’s being monitored for four weeks or so, however, maybe that’s bad.Justice Antonin Scalia, writing for the majority, completely disagreed. In his classic law-professor style, the justice wrote that the long-term spying metaphor, “introduces yet another novelty into our jurisprudence. There is no precedent for the proposition that whether a search has occurred depends on the nature of the crime being investigated. And even accepting that novelty, it remains unexplained why a 4-week investigation is ‘surely’ too long and why a drug-trafficking conspiracy involving substantial amounts of cash and narcotics is not an ‘extraordinary offens[e]’ which may permit longer observation. … What of a 2-day monitoring of a suspected purveyor of stolen electronics? Or of a 6-month monitoring of a suspected terrorist? We may have to grapple with these ‘vexing problems’ in some future case … but there is no reason for rushing forward to resolve them here.”It’s this question of long-term interest (“Is he staring at me or just in my general direction?”) that may have motivated Sen. Franken to ask Attorney General Holder this question – the second part of Question 2 of his questionnaire: “How many individuals’ location information did the department receive as a result of these requests?” Holder was asked to have his staff respond to the questionnaire by June 11.Stock image by Shutterstock. Role of Mobile App Analytics In-App Engagement Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces Related Posts
Watch Serie A live in the UK on Premier Sports for just £11.99 per month including live LaLiga, Eredivisie, Scottish Cup Football and more. Visit: https://subscribe.premiersports.tv/ Verona President Maurizio Setti claims he didn’t hear any racist chanting towards Brescia’s Mario Balotelli, even though there is video evidence. Balotelli picked up the ball in the 53rd minute and blasted it into the crowd after incessant chants from the home fans, and threatened to walk off the pitch before being calmed down by his teammates. Unsurprisingly, Verona’s President took an all-too familiar approach to this issue, pleading ignorance. “We did not hear anything. I arrived in Verona eight years ago and immediately seen that the Verona fans are ironic, but absolutely not racist. When Balotelli made his debut here for Milan six years ago there were episodes of racism, and we condemned it. We have always done,” Setti told reporters in the mixed zone. “It is wrong to generalise, speaking for all 20,000 fans when, perhaps, a couple of people have said something. If there are two or three people who have said something, we are ready to take action against them because we condemn any episode of this type. “But to speak of Verona as we were 30 years ago is wrong. We are a club that only has sport in our real DNA. There are many players of colour who wear the Gialloblu from the youth team to the first. “Racism is a path for us that doesn’t exist and Verona is not a correct position for generalisations. In eight years of my presidency, you could confirm this. The attitude of our fans is absolutely correct.” Coach Ivan Juric also insisted it was “a lie” to say there was racist abuse from the Verona fans towards Balotelli during today’s game. However, one of the Verona fans themselves helpfully uploaded a video to social media highlighting the odious ‘monkey noises’ just before the precise moment he kicked the ball into the stands. The supporter presented the video with this caption: “Do you hear racist abuse? Or did the genius just want to get attention?” The answer is very clearly the former.