LaLiga’s plan to return

first_imgLaLiga has prepared a report that explains to all the clubs the protocol to follow once you can gradually return to training. The Cope has had access to a draft prepared by the employers, in which four different phases are set so that the competition resumes without jeopardizing health footballers.Thebes and his team consider that fifteen days of training are necessary before restarting LaLiga Santander. There would therefore be four phases: training preparation, solo training, training of eight players in three different groups and, finally, conventional collective training. Always according to the information of the Cope, LaLiga considers that an isolation of the templates and technical bodies is necessary in a hotel or in the sports city itself and that only authorized personnel access these facilities. Thus, the contagions that would slow down the domestic tournament would be avoided.Also, 72 hours before undertaking this return plan, LaLiga will proceed to perform a coronavirus test on each and every player of the championship. Not only that, but also all the people who live with them to start the isolation protocol in case of positives.last_img read more

National Christian Taskforce Plans 3-Day Nation-Wide Fast & Prayer

first_imgIn support of the fight against the deadly Ebola virus by the religious people across the country, the National Christian Taskforce has planned a three day nation wide fast and prayer aimed at praying for the eradication of the epidemic and presenting the nation to God.“We have obediently and prayerfully set Thursday January 29 to Saturday January 31 2015 for the next united three days nation wide fast and prayer, to come to God as one people, to thank, worship and glorify Jesus all across Liberia,” the acting chairperson of the National Christian Taskforce, David Benitoe told news reporters.Making the disclosure over the weekend at the Bethel Cathedral Church in Oldest Congo Town, Benitoe, said the primary purpose of the fast and prayer is to spiritually deal with spill-over issues of prior years and set the course of a new year for the nation.“This is a nation wide fast and prayer, which means that believers in all the various counties will simultaneously fast and pray on the three days to God to restore normality to the nation and also eradicate this deadly virus from Liberia.”“We pray that no vaccine that has not been proven safe for humans by the appropriate international regulatory bodies must be tested on Ebola free Liberians,” he warned.He continued, “We must all come together in one place, in each city or town in one accord and in humility to publicly exalt and glorify Jesus all across the land on January 31, the final and third day of the fast and prayer.” Mr. Benitoe further disclosed that “God has warned that if we do not remain steadfast and consistent this time in prayer as a nation and people, we will see more difficult times then we have seen in recent past.”He stressed that the evil ones are determined to trouble Liberia, but God is more determined to fight for Liberia if we, His people cooperate with Him, adding that, “We do not want to scare anyone, but as watchmen over the nation, the church must blow the trumpet to keep all awake and alert.”“This time, we will strive to be more spiritually proactive than reactive as a church and people of God in our nation. We will not just look for solutions to problems, we should and will prevent problems as God directs.”According to him, the focus point for the fast and prayer will be for us to repent, worship and thank God as well as asking for God’s perfect will to be done in Liberia.“Only what God approves should happen in Liberia after this fast and prayer. Let God destroy every godless plan and permit only his plan for Liberia should stand,” he asserted.Mr. Benitoe further stressed that the nation was vulnerable at this time and holding together as people and nation in prayer for a breakthrough would help us also for medical solutions to Ebola. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

“Work to Modernize Liberia,” Educator challenges graduates

first_imgDr. John T. Wulu, Jr. addresses the graduatesA United States-based Liberian educator has admonished 2018 graduates of the Richard M. Nixon Institute to work collectively to make Liberia a modern nation, in spite of the prevailing economic situation.Dr. John T. Wulu, Jr., Chairman of the John and Minnie Wulu School System on Capitol Bye-Pass, told the graduates to mentally, spiritually and emotionally prepare themselves to improve the country’s infrastructural development.And because of such condition, Wulu wants the graduates to be masters of their own destiny by recognizing the sources of their achievements.He further challenged each of them to pursue higher education in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, emphasizing that Liberia needs medical doctors, nurses, and technicians for its healthcare system, as well as qualified professionals, and educators to work in its educational system.“The future of Liberia is intertwined with your future as graduates, and so you must make it your responsibility to focus on building the infrastructure. Liberians should give back to Liberia in whatever little way,” Wulu said.Dr. Wulu’s admonition was contained in a speech he recently delivered at the graduation ceremony of 34 students of the Nixon Institute in Monrovia. He called on the graduates to see the quality of early primary education as their first goal to advance to the next level.“Everyday matters in life, and so as you are being self-prepared, see the quality of early/primary education for all as your goal; see secondary education as the path to a brighter and a stabilizing future, and see higher education as platinum,” Wulu challenged the graduates.He also wants them to be humble, responsible, respectful and law-abiding in all that they do.He added, “Don’t let any life-holding obstacle to stop you, but to always find a way to go around it. And that’s what self-preparation does.”Members of the Richard M. Nixon Institute’s graduating class of 2018 listening to Dr. Wulu’s admonitionWulu told the graduates to identify issues facing the country by collaborating with the leaders to create and deploy practical and sustainable solutions.“We all know that the challenges of nation building are enormous, and non-exhaustive, including the need to enhance post office services with mail delivery to homes directly (identifying home address and location of residents in the country is important); improving sanitation/drainage system; refining transportation system (having more traffic lights for safety, improving roads and crosswalks for the sake of pedestrians and motorists); ensuring there is visibility of police to protect lives and properties, and availing electricity and clean water to the citizens,” Wulu said.He urged the graduates to pursue higher education. “I am making available as of today in the presence of attending your graduation that I will be responsible for your registration fees, tuition payments, and costs for books and instructional materials if you can enroll at the University of Liberia between now and the end of year 2020,” Wulu assured the graduates.Grand Gedeh County Senator G. Alphonso Gaye encouraged the graduates to persevere by following their academic dreams. Sen. Gaye said he came from parents who were poor farmers, but today he serves as the senior senator at the Legislature.He implored the graduates to see Dr. Wulu’s address as guidance for motivation in their academic and professional pursuit. Dr. Wulu is currently the chairman of the John and Minnie Wulu School System (JMWSS) and the John and Minnie Wulu (JMW) Legacy.The School System comprises three schools, including the Richard M. Nixon Institute (also known as the John Wulu High School) on Capitol Bye-Pass, the John Wulu Elementary School at WarWein, and the Minnie Wulu Elementary and Junior High School at St. Paul Bridge, Bushrod Island.Dr. Wulu resides in the U.S., and works as Chief Statistician/Senior Mathematical Statistician/Senior Advisor at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), ICE Health Service Corps in Washington, D.C.He has been working for the U.S. Federal Government for at least 18 years. He currently serves as Associate Professor (adjunct) of Statistics and Mathematics at the University of Maryland, and Professor of Statistics and Mathematics at the Montgomery College Department of Mathematics. He has had at least 30 years of teaching experience at universities and colleges.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Police rank denies cavity -searching teen

first_imgThe female officer at the centre of the alleged sexual assault perpetrated on a teenager at the Ogle International Airport (OAI) on Sunday morning has denied committing the act.“A statement has been obtained from the female rank (implicated in the allegation), who has denied to have done a cavity search of the passenger,” the Guyana Police Force said on Tuesday.The Force also confirmed that the rank is attached to its Narcotics Branch.Since the incident, three days ago, there has been a blame game played out between the Police Force and the Customs Anti-Narcotics Unit (CANU) as to which agency the implicated rank was from. However, in a statement on Tuesday, the Force “…acknowledge that the search of the 17-year-old…was conducted by a female rank of the Force’s Narcotics Branch”. An investigation into the matter has since been launched by the GPF’s Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR).The teenage girl was alleged to have been cavity-searched over the weekend, as she was about to depart Guyana for Barbados. In the process, she was sexually assaulted.It has been reported that the 17-year-old, who was on her way to visit relatives, was allegedly subjected to a “strip search” by officers at the airport, before being placed in a room where a female officer allegedly inserted her finger in the girl’s private parts. The law enforcement rank had reportedly asked the teen to “spread out and cough”.A close relative of the young lady has said the family is seeking professional/legal advice on the matter, and has accordingly declined to comment further on the alleged incident.CANU Head, Michael Atherly, had initially condemned the act, telling the Guyana Times on Sunday afternoon that the search done on the teenager had been improperly carried out.“…the officers had a right to take the person to the hospital and have a certified doctor carry out that search. The action that was taken was incorrect, and they had no right (to do what they had allegedly done),” Atherly had stated.If the Policewoman is found culpable, she stands to be demoted, fined, or dismissed from the GPF.Two weeks ago, while addressing the Annual Police Officers Conference, President David Granger had stated that the practice of transferring and demoting rogue elements would not end rogue behaviours in the GPF.This “cavity search” allegation is being seen as a serious incident, given that Jamaican national Shanique Myrie had to be compensated US$38,000 by the Barbados Government after she alleged being sexually assaulted and raped by a female immigration officer at the Grantley Adams International Airport in Barbados during a cavity search.Myrie was awarded the sum as damages by the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) after she had filed a lawsuit claiming she had been subjected to a dehumanising cavity search by a female immigration officer whilst being locked in a filthy room overnight, and deported to Jamaica in March 2011.last_img read more

Handyman remanded for armed robbery

first_imgHandyman Cheddie Bacchus of Norton Street Lodge, who had been granted bail on four armed robbery charges, found himself facing an additional armed-robbery charge when he appeared on Friday before Senior Magistrate Leron Daly in the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts.Cheddie BacchusThe 31-year-old pleaded not guilty to this new charge, which alleges that on August 8 last, at Stabroek, Georgetown, while being armed with a gun, he robbed Ronald Jones of a cell phone valued at $57,000.Police Prosecutor Shellon Daniels opposed bail being granted to Bacchus on ground that he has four matters of a similar nature pending before the court. The prosecutor said Bacchus was only recently released on bail when he allegedly committed this new offence.Bacchus has thus been remanded to prison until September 23.A few weeks ago, Bacchus had appeared before Principal Magistrate Faith McGusty to answer four robbery charges.He was remanded to prison on his first court appearance, but was later granted bail for those offences.last_img read more

Big offensive bet

first_imgPHOTO GALLERY: NFL Draft ALAMEDA How this unfolds, Al Davis’ latest swing for the fences, won’t be known for some time, but if the Oakland Raiders and their baby-faced coach, Lane Kiffin, are to be lifted out of the black hole the franchise has dug for itself, at least they are entrusting a man with sturdy shoulders. The Raiders chose JaMarcus Russell, the LSU quarterback and mountain of a man, at 6 feet 5 1/2 and 265 pounds, with the first pick in the NFL draft, declining trade offers that came their way and the temptation to select Georgia Tech receiver Calvin Johnson, widely perceived as the most complete prospect in the draft. If Kiffin – who had never been a head coach or worked in the NFL until he was plucked off Pete Carroll’s staff at USC three months ago – had any doubts, it was hard to tell. “We know this was the right pick,” Kiffin said. “We know that tireless research, film study, talking to more people than you can imagine about all the possible picks, then coming out of the room with this thing – this is the guy for us. It was perfect.” It had better be. This franchise, though Davis still looms, is now about its two fresh faces: the 31-year-old Kiffin and the 21-year-old Russell. In recent days, Davis gave his blessing to begin work on dumping Randy Moss, his previous stab at the spectacular whose indifferent attitude, and the two years and $21 million left on his contract, had become a burden. (The question Kiffin received on Moss was whether he expected him to be a Raider by the end of the day. After some waffling, the answer was yes.) As the day wore on, the Raiders chose Arizona State tight end Zach Miller, then acquired receiver Mike Williams, a bust with Detroit who had starred at USC with Kiffin as his position coach – a move that also satiates Davis’ love of reclamation projects. This is how it is in the NFL’s salary-cap era. Teams that finish at the bottom of the barrel hire a new coach, draft a quarterback to buck up the populace, and then cross their fingers. In Cincinnati, it has worked out well for Marvin Lewis and Carson Palmer, and the prospects in San Francisco are promising for Mike Nolan and Alex Smith. In New York, the jury is still out with Tom Coughlin and Eli Manning, and in Cleveland and Houston the Tim Couch-Chris Palmer and Dom Capers-David Carr eras would like to be forgotten. For the Raiders, it will require plenty of work. Since reaching the Super Bowl after the 2002 season, the Raiders have been the worst team in the NFL, going 15-49. The offense has been particularly abysmal. The Raiders scored just 12touchdowns last season, and allowed 72 sacks – both figures the worst in the league. Kiffin said Saturday he expects the offensive line to be one of the best parts of the offense – a statement that should elicit great concern seeing as the only changes have been adding Jeremy Newberry, a former Pro Bowl center in San Francisco who hasn’t played in a year-and-a- half because of a bad knee, and journeyman Cooper Carlisle from Denver. Oh, but they’re learning a new zone blocking scheme. If that’s considered hubris or naivete, then Kiffin should be in good company with Russell. He strode confidently to the podium at Radio City Music Hall, where NFL commissioner Roger Goodell congratulated him and handed him a Raiders cap and jersey that went perfectly with the black suit, shirt and tie he wore. Later, when Russell spoke to reporters here by telephone, with a 45-person entourage that joined him in New York shouting in the background, he shrugged off any concerns about what he was walking into. “I think I’ll be ready for it,” Russell said. “I’ll be willing to work as hard as I can and make sure the guys are working hard with me to make something happen. It’s a new year, and I’m ready to be a part of this process.” How soon he’s part of it is unclear. Kiffin said Russell will play when he’s the best quarterback the Raiders have – a bar that rests now with Andrew Walter and Josh McCown, who was acquired with Williams for a fourth-round pick. “There’s not going to be an exact plan,” Kiffin said. “He’s going to play when he’s ready to play. That may be Day 1, it may be Year 3. I don’t know that.” While Davis was infatuated with Russell’s big arm – he has thrown the ball 80 yards – the Raiders bucked their own history with the move. Since 1996, they’ve chosen just one offensive player with their first pick – tackle Robert Gallery in 2004. In the past three drafts, they’ve passed up four quarterbacks who are starting for NFL teams: Philip Rivers of San Diego, Ben Roethlisberger of Pittsburgh, Matt Leinart of Arizona and Jay Cutler of Denver. Since drafting Ken Stabler in 1968, the Raiders have had almost no success developing a quarterback of their own. They’ve taken just two quarterbacks in the first round and both of them were busts: Marc Wilson in 1980 and Todd Marinovich in 1991. Kiffin compared Russell to a No. 1 overall pick he is familiar with – Palmer, who was with Kiffin for two seasons at USC. Both were viewed as having off-the-chart physical tools, but had to answer questions about their leadership skills and other intangibles, the qualities that separate a Peyton Manning from a Ryan Leaf. “There are different ways for a quarterback to lead,” Kiffin said. “You have rah-rah guys. You have guys that sit back, guys who do it by example. (Russell) is a by-example guy. I’ve been around some good ones in college with Carson Palmer and Matt Leinart. They were different. Watching Vince Young and studying him, he was different.” Kiffin said questions about Russell’s motivation with a contract expected to guarantee about $30 million aren’t a concern. It wasn’t anything Russell said as much as what the Raiders gleaned from others dating back to his high school days. Kiffin cited as an example Russell putting together offseason seven-on-seven workouts at LSU, which college coaches are prevented from being involved in. Russell would call anyone who didn’t show up, wanting to know why they weren’t there. “They all watch him, they follow him,” Kiffin said. “That’s what you’re looking for. “You want a leader who doesn’t have to tell you he’s a leader. He ain’t going to sit up and say I’m a leader, I’m starting tomorrow. You want the quarterback to be the leader when nobody is watching.” This being the Raiders, good luck with that. billy.witz@dailynews.com (818) 713-3621 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Man United transfer news: Could this £25m man be United’s answer to Matic?

first_imgManchester United appeared to lack a certain ‘je ne sais qoui’ against Southampton as they fell to a 1-0 defeat at Old Trafford, but things could change if they make a move for a French international midfielder.The Reds Devils had plenty more of the ball against the Saints, but couldn’t find a way to break them down and as such they failed to register a single shot on target.One of the major reasons behind the statistic, which will have no doubt startled boss Louis van Gaal, was the performance of Morgan Schneiderlin who put in an imperious display to shield his defence, which has conceded a paltry 15 goals in 21 Premier League games so far this season.Since the match it is being reported the Reds Devils could now move for the 25-year-old as Dutchman Van Gaal seeks to add some much needed steel in the middle of the park.In Nemanja Matic, Manchester United’s Premier League title rivals Chelsea already have a player of this ilk and who has earned plaudits for his superb displays, although it can be argued Schneiderlin is slightly more forward thinking than the Serbian.But how do the two players compare? talkSPORT takes a look at the vital statistics… 2 2 Morgan Schneiderlin in action against Manchester United As suggested above, Schneiderlin is always likely to chip in with a goal, more so than the likes of Michael Carrick and Daley Blind, and his tally of three so far this season means he’s already outscoring Matic, but of course this isn’t the reason Van Gaal will be signing him with the likes of Wayne Rooney, Robin van Persie and Radamel Falcao around.His job will be to shield what has been a shaky backline this season and ease the pressure on David De Gea, whose superb form has undoubtedly won several points for the Red Devils this season.In comparison to Matic, who has excelled in front of John Terry and Gary Cahill, Schneiderlin is just as good at dispossessing opponents having won 76 per cent of the tackles he has made, while the Chelsea star has completed 75 per cent of his attempts to win the ball.And Matic is only just ahead of the Man United target when it comes to interceptions having collected the ball 43 times, compared to Schneiderlin’s 35, although the Chelsea man has cleared 32 more times than the Frenchman, suggesting he’s a littly more savvy when it comes to halting his opponents.When it comes to playing with the ball at his feet, Schneiderlin has found a team-mate with 89 per cent of the passes he has attempted with Matic managing to complete 87 per cent of his efforts, but perhaps shockingly the latter has attempted far more dribbles than the Saints star, and it’s easy to see why when you see Schneiderlin has only been successful with four of his eight attempts.It appears the duo are fairly evenly matched, apart from the odd statistic, so Louis van Gaal may very well be barking up the right tree if he tries to swipe Schneiderlin away from Southampton, but first the Dutchman will have to get a deal ratified by compatriot and rival boss Ronald Koeman, and that will be no easy task considering the bad blood between the duo.Manchester United fans! Is Morgan Schneiderlin the man to bolster your squad? Let us know below…last_img read more

Seventeen inmates injured in new brawls

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECasino Insider: Here’s a look at San Manuel’s new high limit rooms, Asian restaurant “We do not know what began the fighting,” he said. The brawling inmates were stripped of their trousers for an hour so guards could search the clothing for weapons but none were found, Whitmore said. The entire jail, 40 miles north of downtown Los Angeles, was locked down, meaning inmates were confined to their dormitories and rooms except to shower and eat, Whitmore said. In addition, inmates in the two dorms where fighting occurred lost such privileges as receiving mail and visits. About 10 p.m. Monday, inmates scuffled in a processing area for new detainees. Deputies ended the fight with commands, Whitmore said. That fight started between two detainees and others joined in. About 40 black and Hispanic inmates were in the holding area but it was unclear how many fought, Whitmore said. One inmate was treated for a nose injury and two others had scratches and bruises, Whitmore said. The North County facility is where the first and largest in a series of fights between blacks and Hispanics occurred on Feb. 4. One inmate was killed in that battle. Since then there have been other brawls at jails in Castaic and downtown Los Angeles, and another inmate collapsed and died after one of those fights. Until Monday’s incident, the violence had ebbed as sheriff’s officials isolated ringleaders, took away inmate privileges and transferred some inmates to state prisons.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! LOS ANGELES (AP) – Black and Hispanic inmates brawled Tuesday in a new round of racial violence in the Los Angeles County jail system, sheriff’s authorities said. Fighting involving 94 inmates erupted about 7:30 a.m. at the North County Correctional Facility in Castaic, just hours after a Monday night scuffle among new detainees there, sheriff’s spokesman Steve Whitmore said. The big fight started in one dormitory and spread to a second. Guards used tear gas, rubber “stingballs” and pepperballs to quell the fighting within minutes. One inmate was hospitalized in stable condition with head cuts and 13 others were treated for less severe injuries, Whitmore said. No guards were hurt.last_img read more

Land center of shady deals?

first_imgCALIFORNIA CITY – Seda Shadkamyan paid $39,500 for a patch of vacant land in the remote Kern County desert, hoping to pass on something of value to her three children. The county assessor determined the land was worth just $2,040. “I feel used,” said Shadkamyan, an Armenian immigrant who lives in Glendale. “My husband didn’t want it, but I forced him. It was my mistake.” Shadkamyan bought the land from Silver Saddle Ranch and Club, which buys tax-defaulted land in California City at auctions and sells it for up to 50 times what the Kern County Assessor’s Office considers fair market value. Several other people said the companies overcharged them for land purchases. After buying a property from NRPI for $18,000 in 2004, Anaheim resident Domingo Gomez said he was stunned to learn that he could acquire a bigger and better-located lot from Coldwell Banker for $9,500. He said he reached a settlement with NRPI but was forbidden from disclosing the terms. “The company is bad to Spanish people,” said Gomez. “We got a little money together, and somebody took it.”,160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 Another company, National Recreational Properties Inc., which uses actor Erik Estrada as its television pitch man, has had a similar operation since 2003 in the area about 100 miles north of Los Angeles, records show. Silver Saddle customers told The Bakersfield Californian newspaper that the company marketed itself in Korean newspapers, on Armenian-language television and through Tagalog and Mandarin-speaking callers offering prizes. NRPI markets itself in English- and Spanish-language television commercials featuring Estrada. Properties’ assessed values are publicly available, and representatives from both companies said their sales practices are legitimate and sales prices are fair. “That’s the market,” said Silver Saddle sales manager Robert Kvassay. But California City Mayor Larry Adams and other officials said Silver Saddle’s sales tours, which show off new development in the 9,400-resident city, do not reflect conditions where the properties are located. Adams said there’s no plan to install water lines, electricity or paved roads into the area where Shadkamyan’s quarter-acre of desert and about 20,000 other parcels sit. last_img read more

Thinking about a spring home spruce up? Get on trend at Now Decorate!

first_imgIt has been almost a year since Now Decorate opened their doors at Mountain Top Letterkenny, and they continue to become more superior by the day.The popular home décor store at Unit 2 & 3 Carnamuggagh Upper has become the go-to place for all wallpaper and painting needs, due to the large variety of great quality products to choose from.Now Decorate, Mountain TopThe highly-experienced team are always in-the-know about the best products, and are delighted to introduce the new paint brand Colourtrend to the store. Colourtrend is Ireland’s leading decorative paint brand. It is 100% Irish and 100% tougher acrylic. Now Decorate have set up an impressive display wall to showcase the brand that provides superior coverage, superior washability and superior durability.You can visit the store this week to check out the range. The team are always there to welcome customers and answer every question about the products.Now DecorateNow DecorateNow DecorateWallpaper at Now DecorateGary and Louise have over 32 years experience in interior and exterior design. Louise Gordon came to the company from Foy & Co Letterkenny with 18 years experience. They provide top-quality customer service to ensure every customer is 100% happy. Extra bonuses for shopping at Now Decorate include free delivery service to your home in Letterkenny and unlimited carparking.Thompsons Roof Seal by Now DecorateNow Decorate opened its doors in May 2017, and have been making homes beautiful ever since.They have a wide range of top quality wallpapers in stock and wallpaper books to order from. If you want to transform a room with creative patterns and colours, the Now Decorate team have beautiful designs and the best advice for styling your wall space.They only stock the best paint brands too. Alongside Colourtrend, their collection includes Crown Paints, Sandtex, Sadolin, Cuprinol, Ronseal, Hammerite, Blackfriar, Zinsser and many more.If springtime has inspired you to spruce up your home, call down to Now Decorate to get great offers and great service today. Take a virtual tour of the shop with Louise in the video below:For more information, contact the team at (074) 912 1905 Visit: Now Decorate, Unit 2 & 3 Carnamuggagh Upper, Mountain Top LetterkennyFollow on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/now.decorate11/Not sure where the store is? Watch this handy video to get the right directions:Advertorial Feature Thinking about a spring home spruce up? Get on trend at Now Decorate! was last modified: April 21st, 2018 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more