Understanding Aviation Maintenance Repair and Overhaul

Understanding Aviation Maintenance Repair and Overhaul

The aviation industry is growing at a substantial rate, which certainly is good news for stakeholders, from passengers and airport sponsors to institutional investors and aviation service providers. Of course, the industry runs on services in many different segments, and one of the major services provided is MRO, or Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul. In this post, we will describe the kind of work that these service providers offer with regards to aviation maintenance, repair and overhaul management, and why this sector matters for operational success. The need for MRO services Regardless of the location, facilities and other services offered at an airport, the aviation industry depends on one major aspect – operational aircraft. Aviation maintenance, repair and overhaul management is all about aircraft servicing and management. Commercial airlines and private operators prefer to delegate maintenance tasks to specialized companies offering aviation maintenance. These companies have the necessary operational expertise and experience and also have a great depth of capabilities through their training, tooling and authorizations. These services are critical as projecting and managing maintenance schedules will determine whether aircraft will be operational and available to meet their mission requirements. With today’s increasing demand, MRO service providers are pertinent, necessary, and extremely relevant to keep aircraft and their passengers moving on schedule. What do MRO management services offer? As MRO service providers grow, the need for professional management increases as well. In most cases, maintenance and repair work is dependent upon a number of different requirements and regulations, and the nature of contracts with end users varies considerably. Owners and operators are focused on cost control, quality, and minimizing the downtime of their assets. They also seek to source more services from single source providers, e.g. MOR companies with a breadth of capabilities and authorizations which allows for more services to be provided during a single maintenance event. Demand for aviation MRO services is driven by mandatory maintenance, which occur on fixed flight hour, time-based or activity based intervals. The combination of an aging fleet coupled with increasing utilization underpins the increasing demand forecast for the next 5-10 years. The need for aviation maintenance, repair and overhaul management will continue to increase, and as aircraft utilization continues to grow the need for such services will become more prominent in years to come. Consequently, it is important to choose a company that has the necessary experience and expertise for your particular maintenance requirements to meet your mission profile and keep your aircraft and passengers moving.

5 Ways DIY Get Rid of Pests From Your Home

 

What’s worse than finding you have a pest problem in your home or garden? Use toxic and toxic chemicals to clean up the problem.

However, this should not be the only way to get rid of these pesky creatures from your home.

Just taking some time to make the Do-It-Yourself solution will ensure pests stay away, in a less toxic and financially healthier way.

As a home owner, you want to make a stand against the previous pest. You want to get these five DIY ways to keep your home free from disruptions caused by pests.

Prevention of early DIY pests

To prevent pest problems from the beginning take over your home, you have to develop some DIY cleaning solutions and follow simple practices.

After eating, you should clean up the remaining crumbs and leftover food. Not doing this pulls pests into your home in the first place.

Create a basic cleaning spray made of half water and half vinegar.

You should follow basic practices such as making sure not to leave food or drinks that are not sealed, securing your garbage with the lid and bringing it out regularly, and cleaning your landfills.

Keep your garden blooming with home spray

You put a lot of blood, sweat, and tears to create the garden of your dreams and there’s no way you can let pests ruin it.

A simple way to make sure your plants grow strong is to use DIY insect spray. All you have to do is combine the mint leaves, garlic cloves and a little chili pepper.

Boil this liquid and leave it until you are ready to spray your garden.

Any ingredients with pepper in the mixture are great for preventing insects from moving away.

An ant trap with borax, sugar, and coffee

You know the deal – you go home to find ants have taken over a box of cereal in your kitchen.

You can stop this horror with two DIY treatments: coffee grinds and a mixture of borax, sugar, and water.

If you find an ant near the door or window, pick up some coffee grinds and place it around this area.

Use a variety of essential oils for certain bugs

Essential oils are not only used for reasons of relaxation and health, they can actually prevent pests and insects from your home.

The specific essential oil will get rid of certain insects, see the list here. For example, peppermint makes spiders and ants away while lemon eucalyptus gets rid of mosquitoes.

Whatever you want to remove, mix 2 1/2 teaspoons of oil with 1 cup of vodka into a spray bottle for watering around the garden or house.

Apple cider vinegar for the flying season

By early summer comes flying and flying season fruit, but this should not be a problem when you are using the right medicine.

Simply pour a little apple cider vinegar into a shaker container so that the insects get in, but can not get out. You can also cover the container with plastic wrap and poke hole in the wrapper.

This substance stops fruiting from the constant buzz and makes your fruit happy and healthy.

Use these five DIY treatments and you’ll be on your way to a pest-free home. However, if this method does not do the trick, try rodent eradication.

Besides, this is the house we’re talking about. You should not have to worry about insects and other pests that attack.

The River Thames: A Guide to Barging

The River Thames: A Guide to Barging

The River Thames is the spine, the lifeblood and the main attraction of one of the best-known and historically important cities on the planet. But while the section that flows through London is certainly the most high profile, the 215 miles of the Thames slice England, stretching from the Cotswolds at Cirencester, through rural towns and villages to Oxford, London and finally emptying out into the North Sea.
Historically, the Thames has been a vital trade route right back to Roman times. Today, while the Port of London handles around 10% of the entire country’s commercial shipping, the quieter sections of the waterway appeal to private leisure vessels and barge cruise operators.

 

Built On a River

When the Romans arrived in Britain in AD 43, they settled at the most strategic site on the river to build their city, Londinium. From the port they traded extensively throughout the Mediterranean and also made roads to link the capital with the rest of the country. It was the Romans who built the first bridge to span the river, on the site that would later be the crossing of the city’s famous London Bridge.

Bridges and Locks

The bridges that were built across the Thames have become icons of engineering in themselves. Tower Bridge is one of the most acclaimed, and has been an instantly recognisable landmark of the capital since its construction in 1894. The incredible mechanism that allows for its raising and lowering still functions with perfect precision. Westminster Bridge sits under the shadow of Big Ben and is considered one of the most elegant of all in terms of its architecture. The Millennium Footbridge is the city’s newest, opened in 2000 and crossing the river at St Paul’s Cathedral.

There are 45 locks along the river and each has its own history; some date back to the 1500s while others were variously constructed through the 1700-1800s. While in earlier times weirs were built in order to divert the flow of the water to use in mills, as the traffic increased, many of these were converted or used alongside locks, to allow the passage of vessels to navigate the fall of the river. Today, for those on a barge cruise, navigating the locks is one of the most interesting and anticipated parts of the experience.

Attractions en Route

The beauty of exploring the route of the Thames by barge cruise is the constant accompaniment of scenic views and historical and cultural attractions. Runneymede, the site where King John signed the highly significant Magna Carta document, is a popular disembarkation point. As well as the official monument to the event, the lovely woodlands are filled with wildlife and walking paths.

Windsor Castle is another high profile attraction that can be visited along the river, and the oldest and largest castle in the world lives up to the pomp and grandeur of its reputation (the Queen may even be in residence). At Henley-on-Thames, the renowned River and Rowing Museum celebrates not only the river itself, but also the international sport of rowing for which the town has become globally recognised.

Meandering Through History

The elegant curves of the Thames have defined the history of Britain in so many ways. The privilege of being able to traverse its length on a modern day barge cruise offers a unique insight and a truly memorable way in which to see to the country.

Paul Newman is the Marketing and E-Systems Executive for European Waterways, the UK’s most respected provider of all-inclusive, luxury barge cruise itineraries. Part of a team of experienced barging aficionados, Paul is first in line to endorse the perks of a slow-paced barge cruise to anyone looking for a unique holiday experience.

Ceramics and Châteaus: Discover Genteel Gien

Ceramics and Châteaus: Discover Genteel Gien

There’s little doubt that an essential element of all barge holidays in France is being able to dock at the myriad towns and villages that line the waterways and entice visitors in with their charms. As part of the itinerary of the hotel barge Renaissance, guests will be able to see the sights of Gien, renowned for its pottery and royal château.
Finding your Bearings

 

Prior to diving into the town, it is well worth disembarking on the south bank to take in the attractions of Gien all at once: from this vantage point, you can savour the spectacle of the river as it passes below the eighteenth-century bridge, under the watchful gaze of the sixteenth-century château.

Not even the loss of much of Gien’s historic buildings during World War II can detract from the pleasant view. Indeed, the painstaking and very convincing post-war reconstruction has done much to bury these ghosts of the past.

Marvel at Gien’s Pottery

Cultural exploration is an integral part of our barge holidays. In France, there are always abundant opportunities for the discerning traveller to discover regional produce, and Gien is no exception. The town has crafted a fine reputation for the calibre of its pottery, in particular for its Faïence pottery. Production began when Thomas Hall, an Englishman from Stoke-on-Trent who was intent on bringing high-quality English earthenware to France, established a factory in 1821.

In deciding to base his enterprise in Gien, Hall chose wisely, capitalising on the town’s physical amenities. The Sologne forest, which is in close proximity to Gien, provided a ready source of wood for the kilns. What’s more, the Loire granted access to markets throughout France (until water travel was superseded by the railways), in addition to providing sand and water for making clay.

While production continues to this day, the factory has also taken on a new guise as a museum dedicated to telling the story of the industry and shedding light on the making of these exquisite ceramics.

A Château Fit for Kings and Queens

There’s one more attraction that certainly merits a visit before you return to the hotel barge. Holidays in France are rarely complete without sojourning for a while at a château, and Gien’s has certainly welcomed its fair share of royal visitors. This elegant edifice was constructed for the use of Anne de Beaujeu, the daughter of Louis XI, in the final years of the fifteenth century. Future guests included Henri II and his wife Catherine de Médici, as well as Louis XIV, the famous ‘Sun King’.

Despite being bombed during World War II, the château was successfully restored. Since 1952, it’s housed a museum, which is dedicated to the most royal of pastimes: hunting. Through paintings, sculptures and an array of weapons and trophies from successful forays, the museum details how hunting and its depiction has developed through the centuries.

Paul Newman is the Marketing and E-Systems Executive for European Waterways, the UK’s most respected provider of all-inclusive, luxury barge holidays in France. Part of a team of experienced barging aficionados, Paul is first in line to endorse the perks of a slow-paced barge cruise to anyone looking for a unique holiday experience.

Take Security to Your Own Hand and get a HIPAA Risk Assessment

 

If your organization deals with protected health information, or PHI, the Department of Health and Human Services requires you to perform risk analysis as the first step to implement the safeguards specified in the HIPAA Security Rule, and ultimately achieve HIPAA compliance.

This includes all HIPAA hosting providers.

But what is a risk analysis? And what should be really included in your report?

The Health and Human Services Standards Guide outlines the nine components of compulsory risk analysis.
By conducting a comprehensive HIPAA risk assessment, it is very difficult to do on their own. You may want to contract with HIPAA auditors to help you.

Most people do not know what to find out, or they end up passing things because they do not understand data security.

If risk analysis is important to your security, then you do not want to ignore the key elements in the analysis.

There are nine components that health organizations and health-related organizations that store or transmit protected electronic health information must be included in their documents:

1. Scope of Analysis

To identify your scope – in other words, the area of ​​your organization you need to secure – you need to understand how the patient’s data flows in your organization.

It covers all the electronic media your organization uses to create, receive, maintain or transmit portable media, desktop and ePHI networks.

There are four main parts to consider when determining your scope.

Where PHI starts or enters your neighborhood.
What happens after that in your system.
Where PHI leaves your entity.
Where potential or leakage exists.
2. Data Collection

Here is a list of places to get you started in the documentation where PHI enters your neighborhood.

Email: How many computers do you use, and who can log in to each?
Text: How many mobile devices are there, and who owns them?
EHR entry: How many staff members are included in the data?
Fax: How many fax machines do you have?
USPS: How are incoming mail handled?
New patient paper: How much paper does the patient have to fill? Do they do this at the front desk? Test room? At another place?
Communication business associates: How do business partners communicate with you?
Database: Do you accept a marketing database of potential patients to contact?
It’s not enough to know where PHI started. You also need to know where to go when you enter your neighborhood.

To fully understand what is happening with the IRC in your environment, you should record all hardware, software, devices, systems and data storage locations that touch the IRC in any way.

Then what happens when the IRC leaves your hand? It is your job to make sure it is transmitted or destroyed in the safest way possible.

Once you know all the places where PHI is placed, transmitted, and stored, you will be better able to protect those vulnerable places.

Identification and Document of Potential Vulnerability and Threats

Once you know what’s happening during the PHI’s lifecycle, it’s time to find a gap. This gap creates an environment for unsecured PHI to leak inside or outside your environment.

The best way to find all possible leaks is to create a PHI current diagram documenting all the information you find above and putting it in a graphical format.

Viewing diagrams makes it easier to understand the PHI path and to identify and document anticipated vulnerabilities and threats.

Vulnerability is a defect in components, procedures, design, implementation, or internal control. The vulnerability can be fixed.

Some examples of vulnerabilities:

The website is incorrectly encoded
No office security policy
The computer screen is in view of the public patient waiting area
Threats are the potential of a person or object to trigger a vulnerability. Most threats remain outside your control to change, but must be identified to assess the risks.

Some examples of threats:

Geological threats, such as landslides, earthquakes, and floods
Hackers download malware to a system
The actions of members of the work force or business associates
Again, even if you are above average in terms of compliance, you may have little understanding of vulnerabilities and threats. It is important to seek professional help for your HIPAA risk assessment.

Assessing Current Security Measures

Ask yourself what kind of security measures you take to protect your data.

From a technical perspective, this is the case

Protect Your Ears While You Can Still: 4 Ways to Save Your Hear

 

Sure, we all like to go to concerts or tough sporting events. But actually this can really damage our hearing. Read on to learn how to protect your ears.

Are you a musician or concert audience that is always exposed to very loud music? Are you a sports fan who loves the thrill of watching a game with thousands of other fans?

There is nothing wrong with this amazing hobby. However, not caring for your ears before engaging in either one can be harmful to your health.

We put together a guide to protect your ears the right way so you can enjoy all the loud music and sporting events you want. Take a look at these top four ways to protect your ears!

Four Ways To Protect Hearing Well
You do not have to give up on your favorite hard activities to save your hearing. This method is so easy, you’ll wonder why you did not think about it first.

4. Use ear cover.

The earplugs may seem uncomfortable and unnecessary, but also away from both. And when almost a quarter of people in the United States suffer from hearing loss caused by sound, there is really no reason for someone not to invest in earplugs.

Earplugs are usually made of soft foam that blocks sound while protecting your hearing from damage.

Special earplugs for musicians or concert fans are usually made with filters and special materials that allow one to hear words and conversations while reducing loud noise or music games.

A pack of earplugs is usually less than a few dollars, so what should you lose?

3. Give yourself a recovery time.

If you’re a musician, give your ear a little break from time to time. Exposure to loud music for excessive amounts of time can contribute significantly to hearing loss.

We’re not saying that you need to give up on band rehearsals or concerts. What music fans or concert enthusiasts do is step out or to a lonely place for five minutes every few hours or so to give their ears some recovery time.

If you have a very loud night the night before, try staying in a quiet place for most of the next day. The ear recovery time-to-exposure ratio is about 2: 1, which means that a long night will take a good sixteen hours of recovery time.

2. Decrease tip q.

Sure, they feel heavenly and take out some gunk, but try to refrain from sticking cotton to your ear canal.

This will only push dirt and wax farther to your ear, which can damage your eardrum.

Be careful and use only q-tip to clean the outside of your ear.

1. Invest in quality hearing services.

If you think your hearing has been significantly damaged or you want to see a licensed specialist about preventive care, you should definitely consider visiting a hearing service provider.

While all of these tips can be effective, looking at “ear doctors” for a thorough evaluation, as well as access to hearing aids and instruments if needed, is the best route to take.

How SoCal Tech Takes in Silicon Valley

Thinking innovative technology only lives in Silicon Valley?

Think again.

Southern California hot on the tail of Silicon Valley. Until recent years, the Bay Area dominated the tech world. But Los Angeles and other SoCal cities today gave Silicon Valley a run for their money.

How is SoCal technology in Silicon Valley? Read on to find out all the details about the evolving entrepreneurial ecosystem and the new technological competition.

Resource Abundance
Southern California has top-notch schools such as USC, UCLA, Caltech, Harvey Mudd, and LMU. This means the inclusion of competent engineers and developers to Los Angeles.

Need proof of Salesforce Founder Marc Benioff, founder of Aaron Levie box, and founder Tinder Sean Rad all attended USC. Travis Kalanik from Uber and Brian Lee from The Honest Company both graduated from UCLA.

Of course, the emerging technology community is not about talent alone. You need capital.

For the LA beginner this happens with a business loan in California, or by an angel investor. The Los Angeles funding network seems to grow from minute to minute. Investors such as Troy Carter, Paige Craig, Mark Sister and Ashton Kutcher put their site on a Los Angelos investment.

Where do all these investment funds go? For a unique blend of industries living within the Los Angeles entrepreneurship ecosystem.

Leading Los Angeles Industry
Los Angeles is a force to be reckoned with in games, e-commerce, and digital media. Startups in a lean area of ​​content creation. This is a big difference when compared to their Bay Area competition which focuses on building applications for all platforms.

SoCal Tech gave birth to well-known opening media such as Zefr, social media apps like Snapchat and Tinder, and e-commerce companies like Dollar Shave Club and MeUndies.

But that’s not all. SoCal Tech offers a bustling virtual reality scene. Facebook acquired Oculus VR, an Irvine native, for $ 2 billion dollars.

SoCal Tech even keeps a cap on the flight ring, with SpaceX Elon Musk championing leading-edge transportation technology.

Executive Leaving Silicon Valley Flock To SoCal
Not surprisingly, Silicon Valley is suffering from extreme cost of living. On top of this, the crazy competition for the best talent results in salary gaps is virtually insurmountable in this region.

As a result, many executives, including people like Facebook and Uber choose to move to Southern California.

Correspondingly, many Silicon Valley startups are keen to capitalize on the productive and promising industry and entertainment industries of SoCal flocking to the area. Los Angeles, Venice, and Santa Monica are hotspots for the novice technology community.

In fact, Los Angeles ranks third as the most active city of entrepreneurship in the United States. True, they have surpassed San Francisco and San Jose.

As you can see, SoCal continues to position itself as a tech powerhouse. Neck and neck with their Silicon Valley competition, SoCal proves itself over and over again by bringing top-level talent and presenting a high valuation company that attracts investors.

There is no doubt here Southern California has what it takes to be a destination for designers, developers, creators, entrepreneurs, and investors.

Man vs Wildlife – Creating a Sustainable Society on Galapagos

Man vs Wildlife – Creating a Sustainable Society on Galapagos

The Galapagos Islands are primarily known for their abundance of unique wildlife and as the place in which Charles Darwin’s conducted the research that led to his Theory of Evolution. For those who explore the area on a Galapagos wildlife cruise, a visit to this fragile, fascinating chain of islands is a once-in-a-lifetime experience; but for more than 25,000 people, the archipelago is home.
A Growing Population

 

Since the 1970s the population has increased greatly, with more than 75% of the current number having migrated from the mainland. Human occupation is restricted to an area that encompasses just 3% of the total land, with the vast majority living in the coastal towns on Santa Cruz, Floreana, San Cristobal and Isabela. A far smaller proportion (around 15%) lives in the more rural areas.

Most of the migration occurred for economic reasons, with a rapidly growing tourism industry and a declining standard of living on the Ecuadorian mainland. Before the implementation of the special immigration protocols in 1998, it was estimated that at the then-current rate, the population of the archipelago could double every decade. Since then, stricter controls have been put in place by the Ecuadorean government, which include a system of Transit Control Cards for all visitors coming into the area on Galapagos wildlife cruise itineraries.

Creating a Sustainable Society

Creating a sustainable society in a conservation area is not without its challenges, but the Conservancy of the islands is dedicated to the ongoing education of residents to “become champions of conservation”. The aim is to encourage locals to look at subsistence through a different lens to that of mainland living. Rather than trying to recreate a lifestyle that relies heavily on imported produce, machinery and techniques that are at odds with the environment, it encourages locals to consider themselves “stewards of the archipelago”, and live within a system more compatible with biodiverse preservation.

Education: the Key to the Future

Along with the Charles Darwin Foundation and the Ministry of Education, the Conservancy is working towards education reform designed to foster a strong sense of values and engagement. Their focus is on demonstrating examples of “best practice” to teachers and administrators first, with a view to transferring this to classrooms.

Sustainable Practices in the Community

Another area in which the Conservancy is active is in increasing the capacity of sustainable agriculture throughout the archipelago, by demonstrating alternative methods of farming and environmental management.

Introduced domestic pets present a grave danger to the local wildlife; the Conservancy’s Humane Pet Management promotes responsible pet ownership and sterilisation in partnership with the Animal Balance organisation.

FUNDAR

The local Foundation for Responsible Alternative Development (FUNDAR) believes the establishment of a strong civil society is imperative to the base of any social change in the archipelago. “Citizens must act together with a common goal in order for change to happen.” While only a very small percentage of locals oppose the concept of sustainable development, in reality not much is understood about what it entails. They say it is an inter-generational process, which involves allowing residents to benefit in the “now”, but in a way that also assures that future generations can benefit too.

The Responsibility of All

While there is still some way to go until the region becomes a truly sustainable society, everybody who visits can do their part to ensure that the values are upheld. For anyone visiting on a Galapagos wildlife cruise, this means respecting the National Park Code of Conduct at all times and not doing anything to upset the balance of the ecosystem.

Make Regency Park Hotel Your Base For Dinner Day

Make Regency Park Hotel Your Base For Dinner Day

Make Regency Park Hotel Your Base For Dinner Day
The Berkshire historic terrain is a very desirable and comfortable place to stay during the Christmas season, before you even consider the specific benefits of a prominent local hotel like the Regency Park Hotel – or for that matter, a fine Christmas Day meal opportunity at our disposal. line up for you, your family and friends.

However, Berkshire itself is a fun part of the UK that always runs exciting festivities, and where you will not lack of tourist attractions, including cities like Legoland Windsor and Windsor Castle. Head deeper into central London, and you’ll find enough delights to occupy your tour regardless of your stay.

However, there is one good reason to head to Regency Park Hotel this winter – our Christmas Day Lunch is the perfect way to celebrate this special time with your friends and loved ones.

Exciting Events for Everyone to Enjoy

Now, you would expect a Christmas Day lunch to feel in line with Christmassy, ​​and that definitely applies to us, not least because Santa himself will visit a gift for all the little kids present! However, the food itself – as prepared by our dedicated chef at our famous Watermark Restaurant – will also have a lively vibe.

You can follow up on a glass of champagne provided on arrival with starter such as cream of truffled mushroom soup with roasted focaccia, smoked dill salmon or baked polenta pie. Then, we’ll serve lemon sorbet, before you help yourself with one of our top choices, which includes roast turkey, grilled bream fillet, roast beef ribs and pumpkin ravioli.

Which leaves the dessert problem what you will finish towards the end of your night! What about passion fruit and mango cheesecake with a tulie chip sound, or sticky toffee pudding with caramel sauce and honeycomb ice cream? Oh, and with this as time passes, we will also give you a choice of outstanding Christmas pudding with brandy sauce.

Truffles of coffee and chocolate will also be served in the evenings to make everyone present deeper with fervor.

But Not That That Happened This Season

As you can see when you Download Our Christmas Brochure, there are more events besides Christmas Day that you may not want to miss this season at Regency Park Hotel. So, is it Christmas Eve or any other seasonal event you want to use, why hesitate to contact us now so you can book your place? Make Regency Park Hotel Your Base For Dinner Day

Not Sure How to Wear Your Masonic Ring? Here’s How

You’re a mason and you’re proud to be in such an honorary group of men. As a result, you probably have a masonic ring to show your pride and support in freemasonry.

But, have you heard different viewpoints on how you should wear your ring?

Who should you listen to?

It all depends on what you think and how your fellow masons wear theirs in the lodge.

As a diplomat of this age-old craft, you should be educated on what your wearing masonic ring represent.

Here’s your guide on the different ways of wearing your ring.

Pointing In
Pointing in is considered wearing your ring down towards yourself. This is probably the most common way of masons will wear their rings.

Masons choose to wear their rings pointing in because it reminds them of their obligations as Freemasons.

When the compass is pointing towards your heart, it helps to remind yourself of the life-long fraternity that you are a part of.

Some people believe you should wear your cell phone until you have served and earned your time.

Wearing your ring pointing in also means you are always welcome to receive the light from the compass until you are a Past Master of your lodge.

Pointing Out
Pointing out is considered wearing your ring up or out towards others. This way other people are able to tell what the symbols of your ring represents.

This way seems to be a way of wearing a mason ring, but it seems to be just as popular.

Many masons will wear them ring to show others that they are a mason and proud. This would make you an ambassador for Freemasonry.

For many, it represents to others how masons choose to live their life which is upright and on-level like the compass displayed. If asked what it means, it also becomes much easier to explain the design.

The choice is in your hands
As you can see these two different beliefs have been debated about forever. There really is no right or wrong way to wear your masonic ring.

In the end, all that matters is that you are reminded of their obligations and act upon them in all situations.

To be clear, there is no definitive answer for how you should wear your ring.

However you choose to wear your ring, you should always remember to stay in harmony with your choice by acting like a mason would.

If you’re still lost and new to a masonic ring, try wearing it pointing in your self towards you feel you have earned your time as a Past Master.

Once you reach this point, you can then wear your ring pointing out to showcase to others what it means to be a freemason.

As your last effort, you could always ask your lodgings about how they wear their rings. Sometimes there are guidelines to follow.

Hopefully, you’ve learned that all that matters is wearing your masonic ring with pride. Now it’s your turn to start thinking about how you like to wear your ring.

While people will have their opinion on which way is best, it ultimately comes down to you to decide.