Friday, June 19, 2020

5 Points to Remember Before Using an Online Pharmacy

5 Points to Remember Before Using an Online Pharmacy

Instead of going to a physical pharmacy, you’ve decided to search the internet for your medicine. This search has proved to be fruitful – you have found what you need for a fraction of the price.
However, is an online pharmacy the right way to go? They have been continually growing in popularity over the years due to the numerous advantages they possess. Nevertheless, it’s not as simple as just using any online pharmacy you come across on the internet.
Before you make a purchase, here are five points to remember before using an online pharmacy:

1. Ensure it is a registered pharmacy

When using an online pharmacy, the first thing you need to do is check that it’s registered with the relevant governing bodies. To do this is simple: most legitimate online pharmacies will display their registration at the bottom of their website.
Any online pharmacy you use must have this seal of approval. It shows that it adheres to all regulations – and avoids being on the wrong side of the following points. Just remember that specific sites can forge these types of details, so always cross-check with the proper regulators.

2. Even unregulated websites can offer prescribed medicine

It is true. If you visit an unregulated online pharmacy, it’s possible to acquire prescribed medicine without actually possessing a doctor’s prescription. It goes without saying that it is an unsafe approach. Medication can be harmful. If it’s not prescribed by a qualified practitioner, there’s always the chance the risk outweighs any benefits.
If you visit a registered online pharmacy, you’ll be denied any prescription medication if you fail to present a prescription.

3. Avoid counterfeit medicine

Counterfeit medicine is something that has been a significant issue for many years. The issue was only magnified by the rise of online pharmacies, giving unlicensed outfits the platform to spread substandard or falsified drugs.
The problems with counterfeit medicine can vary. The drugs might not work, or if you’re truly unfortunate, it could even lead to magnifying your health issue.

4. Does it seem too good to be true?

If you come across a deal on certain medicine, it might well be too good to be true. As with anything you purchase online, you have to be cautious about the price and whether it’s viable for any company to sell it at such a low cost.
With that said, you will often find medicine at a seriously reduced price via an online pharmacy when compared to its brick and mortar counterpart. As Pharmacy Online demonstrates, you can find items online that would typically cost much more at your local pharmacy.

5. The issue of confidentiality

For certain people, they order from an online pharmacy due to the level of confidentiality it provides. This could be down to embarrassment from certain medical conditions – such as erectile dysfunction.
When you select a registered online pharmacy, you can be assured that your information is kept private as they have to comply with data protection laws.

Saturday, June 6, 2020

I Still Believe Giveaway #BelieveL3

Disclosure:  This is a sponsored post.  All thoughts and opinions are honest and my own.

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Monday, June 1, 2020

7 Things to Remember During Your COVID-19 Lockdown

It’s a trying time for everybody, but it’s important to focus on what matters and remember what’s important. With that in mind, don’t forget to do the following:

1.  That Technology Can Help

Even if you weren’t big on technology before, it can be a great help for your time during isolation, especially if you have family and friends outside your household which you can’t see in person. Use video calling to your advantage so you can still see the faces of loved ones, and even use it to form social occasions whilst staying at home, like virtual quizzes, watching shows together through video chat or just sharing a drink.

2.  Take Time for Yourself

If you’re in quarantine with family members, whether that’s parents, children or partners, then it might begin to feel a little too crowded. You may start to miss time alone. It’s important to remember that you still can. Simply communicate to your household that you’d like some space, whether this is to enjoy a hot bath without being disturbed, or privacy in an area of the house to do something alone which will relax you. Or maybe you simply want to choose what you want to do for yourself within the family space.

3.  The Essentials

Don’t forget the essentials! Lockdown will be a lot easier when you have everything you need, whether it’s toiletries, healthy food or even games to pass the time. You can use price comparison sites for Coronavirus Essentials to save money and find a cheaper deal on those items which you need during quarantine.

4.  That You’re Not Alone

Isolation is a very lonely time. Being separated from your normal routine and from those you love is a very trying time, and it can begin to make you feel anxious and lonely. It’s important to remember that you’re not alone. Community spirit is still in place, and organizations exist to speak to with any issues of loneliness or anxiety during this difficult time.

5.  That It Isn’t Forever

It can be difficult to see the endpoint for the current situation, and it may feel like you’re going to be stuck this way forever. Keep reminding yourself that it’s only temporary and that there will be a silver lining very soon. Try to stay positive!

6.  Eat Well 

Eating healthily will help you feel more motivated and positive during this demanding time, as well as making sure you look after your body. Eating junk food will only leave you feeling sluggish and unmotivated, which may have a negative effect if you’re already feeling the pressures of lockdown.

7.  Exercise Whenever You Can 

Staying active will help both your mind and body. While lockdown measures prevent usual fitness routines, you can still do exercise at home and safely in your own space in order to make sure you’re stretching out your body and staying active. Look online for inspirational fitness videos and how other people are choosing to exercise at home.

Stay safe!

Making Sure You're Paid What You're Owed

There are various reasons we choose to do the jobs we do. Some of us are deeply invested in the field and genuinely interested in the work that we do. Some of us help others through our roles and enjoy seeing the positive impact we can have on the world. Some of us are interested in advancing human thought, technology, science, or other progressive areas. But when it comes down to it, often the reason we do what we do on a daily basis is to earn money. We need to be able to live - putting a roof over our heads, food in our stomachs, and keeping ourselves warm. We also want to afford some luxuries in life - nicer houses, better furniture, clothes we like, holidays, experiences and more. So, it’s obviously pretty frustrating when you’re not paid what you’re owed for your hard work. There are also other areas in our lives where we find that we are owed money and will await payment or payout. Again, in this situation, it can be frustrating to not receive money as and when it’s expected. So, let’s take a moment to go through a few common situations where people await payment and how to effectively deal with them!


You work hard for your money. So, it should be paid as and when agreed. For employees, this is relatively straightforward and there are often payroll employees or departments who ensure all wages are paid on time. But if you freelance, this can be a bit more difficult. You can often find yourself chasing clients for payment for a long time. The key to fast payment is to make sure you invoice as soon as work is complete and keep chasing up. If this is still to no avail, you may want to bring in legal intervention.

Insurance Claims

We pay insurance premiums for a reason. If you actually need to claim on your insurance, you should get the money you’re entitled to quickly. But many companies are renowned for putting off paying you in the hopes that you just give up and forget it. So, be persistent. If the company still fails to pay up, it’s good to be aware that they could be liable for up to 25 percent of the claim amount, plus reasonable attorney fees.

Personal Sales

Many of us sell old belongings online. Never send an item before receiving payment. Otherwise, you can really struggle to be paid and the buyer may never cough up. Instead, make sure the payment has been safely transferred before posting or otherwise handing over the goods. It’s nice to want faith in people, but it’s always better to be safe than sorry.

These are just a few areas in life where you may be owed money. Sure, we tend not to like talking about the subject. But hopefully, the above information will help to guide you in the right direction to reclaim money that you are owed!