PARENTS ACTION: Parents also have a huge role play in the minimization of bullying in schools. They should talk to their child about the incident, listen to them without interrupting and ensure that the story is validated. They should not downplay any complaints about bullying and deal with every incident consistently. Parents should get the details of the incidents (where the bullying took place, who was involved, how frequently, if anyone witnessed it) and contact the school. Parent should also utilize all the avenues to such as school board meetings and PTA to discuss bullying in schools.
I am a 27 year old female. I walk everyday between 20k and 25k along with going to the gym every other day and sometimes even everyday. I will usually wait until late in the evening once the sun has gone down and I am done with everything for the day and walk until I reach my target step count. I downloaded a free pedometer app that runs in the backround on my phone to keep track of my steps per day/week/month…. It gives a nice sense of accomplishment and serves as a great “night cap”. I’m pretty sure that for my age, my target steps per day is quite a bit lower than what I normally do with just day to day living… I don’t drive anywhere and only sometimes will I hop on a bus… I live near a river and I love to see the scenery especially as the sun sets on the water…. :)
 Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development, “Revenue Statistics — Comparative tables,” retrieved April 2017, http:///?DataSetCode=REV . Although the United States has a higher top statutory estate tax rate than some other OECD countries, its effective tax rate is lower and the tax reaches relatively few estates. Also, many countries tax accumulated wealth by means of wealth or wealth transfer taxes (such as inheritance taxes) rather than through an estate tax, so international comparisons must take these other taxes into account. Further, some countries levy taxes on a broader tax base than others (that is, they allow fewer exemptions and other special preferences). For all of these reasons, experts generally agree that the appropriate way to compare taxes across countries is to look at revenues as a share of gross domestic product, not at statutory tax rates.