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  • Planning Your Own Funeral? Here Are A Few Things To Consider

    6 February 2017

    Whether it's planning for your child's college tuition, purchasing life insurance, saving up for a new home, or making wise investments for your retirement, planning for the future helps shield your family from financial uncertainty. Taking care of your own funeral arrangements can alleviate a serious burden from your surviving family members, but far too many people fail to make preparations, leaving that difficult task in the hands of their loved ones.

  • Extra Glasses: 4 Activities To Purchase Extra Glasses For

    18 January 2017

    Using a single pair of glasses for everything you do can often put your lens and frame at risk. When that pair gets scratched, it can be a pain to order new pairs, wait for them to come in, and feel forced to use the damaged pair while you wait. One way to prevent this is by purchasing an extra pair of glasses. By shopping for affordable eyeglasses online, you can purchase a pair of glasses and have them on hand for occasions where you do not want to damage your main pair of glasses.

  • Business Start-Up Connections: 3 Tips To Improving In-Person Networking Skills

    16 January 2017

    Following the American dream of owning a small business is desirable to approximately 65% of American adults under the age of 30. If you've always dreamed of having the freedom to work for yourself and not for a boss, it's vital that you learn the intricacies involved with operating a business. You can't accomplish everything alone, and you'll need to learn how to build quality business relationships. Fortunately, there are many business partner network services out there that can connect you with like-minded people.

  • 3 Health Conditions That Are Commonly Treated By A Physical Therapist

    6 January 2017

    In the health care profession, a physical therapist (PT) holds a license to treat patients who need to restore mobility and relieve pain due to a medical condition or injury. The physical therapist's job is to help the patient manage their condition, either on a short or long-term basis. Some physical therapists work in private practices, although many are employed at hospitals and clinics, inpatient rehabilitation centers, nursing homes and even some schools.

  • 5 Healthier Alternatives To The Standard Office Chair

    21 November 2016

    It's hard to imagine sitting down as something that could shave years off your life, but recent studies have found that sitting for 8 to 12 hours a day could have serious health consequences, including an increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Sitting in a standard office chair for hours at a time can eventually contribute to back pain, bad posture, and a decline in overall health as you age.

  • Using Tarps In Modern Earth Home Construction

    11 November 2014

    There are many advantages to earth homes, including the fact that they are eco-friendly, inexpensive, and highly customizable. Most techniques rely on soil found at the construction site, supplemented with purchased sand, clay, or straw, and require very few tools. With a few buckets, a solid tamping bar, a level and plenty of personal labor you can construct a small cottage during a single summer. Of course, you can purchase other equipment to make your work easier.

  • Want To Learn American Sign Language? 5 Steps To Get You Started

    16 October 2014

    Because there are approximately 70 million deaf people who use sign language as their primary or native language, being fluent in the language has numerous benefits including: being able to communicate with a deaf friend or family member offering interpreting or translation services communicating with some types of animals using the language in your profession (e.g., scuba divers, firefighters, police officers) making yourself more attractive to a job you are applying for Whatever your reason is for desiring to learn the language, follow these 5 steps to become a fluent ASL signer.

  • Renting Storage Space For Your Business? 2 Tips That Can Save You A World Of Hassle

    25 September 2014

    When companies snag truckloads of stock for great prices or hang onto older, but still-functional equipment, they often find themselves without anywhere to store it. Fortunately, self-storage facilities offer affordable, easily accessible space, which is probably why business inventory accounts for about 30% of all storage occupancy. If you are thinking about renting a storage unit for your company, follow these two tips to avoid unnecessary frustration.     1: List the Business Name in the Contract

  • What To Do With That Stuff That Didn't Move At Your Yard Sale

    15 September 2014

    So you've held a yard sale a couple of times now and you can't seem to get all of your old stuff to move. You might be wondering whatever happened to the saying that one man's trash is another man's treasure! While the saying may be true, you might have to find the treasure seekers somewhere other than in your front yard during sale time. Here are a few other ways to get rid of your unwanted stuff once and for all:

  • 5 Tips For College Students Planning To Move Home

    11 September 2014

    Exam time is over in your final year at college and it's time to face the big, bad world! This can be both an exciting and a stressful time for many students, particularly if you're moving between states to take up your new job. As such, you'll want to make the transition as smooth as possible, without any hiccups and with the least amount of pressure possible. As a student for the past few years, it's possible you're not the most organized when it comes to logistics, so consider the points below when moving apartment.