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5 Items for Your Disaster Emergency Kit

Posted by admin on Jun 22, 2011 2:12:20 AM

What would you do if disaster struck your home and family? Would you know where to find a flashlight, your important documents, or vital medications? Don’t let an emergency catch you unprepared. By creating an emergency preparedness kit out of the following items, you can be ready for any event.

1.) Tool and Lantern Kits
In many natural disasters, the first thing to go is your electricity. In a true emergency, you might not have time or ability to scour the house trying to look for a flashlight. This kit comes with two lanterns and a small toolkit that can come in handy for any small repairs or to dismantle furniture or items that block exit routes. It is small enough to fit in your emergency kit without being too heavy or bulky.

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Ready, Aim - Make Ceramics

Posted by admin on Jun 16, 2011 2:05:00 AM

The economy is tanking, folks are wondering how they're going to make the mortgage payment this month, while still others are wondering how they're going to feed the children this week. I don't have to tell you how grim it is because all you have to do is walk down the street. There are no smiles on faces, only dazed eyes constantly roaming for answers. Except you. You just landed an account with two major realtors in your city for custom ceramics for them to place in houses for sale, because they saw your work in others' sales plans and it sold houses for them.

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Topics: Small Business

Tips to Make Your Business Name Known

Posted by admin on Jun 14, 2011 1:56:00 AM

There are many people who want to start a small business, but most do not know where to start. There are businesses that have had huge success stories while others struggle to get their names out into the public. It can be intimidating when you think about how many people cannot pull off the success that others appear to do so seamlessly. However, there are some tips that small business owners can follow that will help get their names out there and increase their sales.

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Topics: Small Business

10 Essentials for Summer Fun

Posted by admin on Jun 13, 2011 1:59:33 AM

Summer is a season of warmth and fun, with bright sunny days by the pool that can only be topped by the warm nights spent around the campfire cooking s’mores and watching the fireflies dance. Who doesn’t love the smell of burgers cooking on the grill or the feel of cool water on their skin as they splash in the pool? Here is a list of ten necessities for the summer season.

1.) Flip Flops

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8 Must Haves For Baby's First Year

Posted by admin on Jun 9, 2011 4:32:04 AM

The first year with your baby can be a magical time, filled with wonder and awe. Then you have to change that first diaper and realize just how much stuff you need to keep your little one happy. Here are eight important items to have on hand for your new addition for their first year of life.

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Tips For Saving Money On Office Supplies

Posted by admin on Jun 9, 2011 1:56:00 AM

You have a lot to worry about when it comes to running your small business. On top of attracting customers and keeping employees paid, you also have to consider the company budget. Cutting back where you can is important, and office supplies should be a part of the list. The information below should get you on your way.

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Topics: Small Business

Teachers! Win a $500 Shopping Spree

Posted by admin on Jun 2, 2011 4:02:00 AM


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Topics: Giveaways

Eating Healthy on a Budget

Posted by admin on May 30, 2011 1:51:16 AM

Many people look at rising food prices and feel that it’s impossible to eat a healthy whole-food diet on a budget. But switching to and maintaining a healthy diet can be cost-effective and even cheaper than a conventional diet if a few simple shopping habits are established.

Shop Around
Most local newspapers have a Sunday edition that includes weekly ads for local grocery stores, and many stores now have digital copies of their ads available online. Take advantage of whatever format is most convenient and look through each ad at the beginning of the week. Write down sales on items you need or that are frequently used in your home. Pay particular attention to sales on fresh fruits and vegetables, as these can be helpful starting points for your weekly dinner menu.

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How to Advertise Your Business Without Going Broke

Posted by admin on May 25, 2011 2:21:00 AM

Many new entrepreneurs tend to believe that having a formal marketing plan may be excessive in the initial stages of their business. In some cases, this may be true but one thing that’s important to know before spending on advertising is the audience.

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Topics: Small Business

How to Live the Frugal Life - and Have Fun Doing It!

Posted by admin on May 23, 2011 1:47:36 AM

There are a lot of articles on how to save money, stick to your budget and cut corners. When the economy is down, people tend to get down too - but there's no reason why you shouldn't be able to learn how to live frugally and have fun at the same time. Changing your spending and learning how to be more frugal can be a challenge, but learning to cut down on your spending while still getting "the good things" for yourself and your family can actually be exciting!

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