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Five Beer Labels To Consider For Your Brews

Posted by on Mar 9, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you own a small brewery or brew your own beer for friends and family, labeling your bottles can be a lot of fun. However, it can also be creatively challenging to decide which kind of label you want. To inspire yourself, look at a few award winning beer labels and consider using any of the following types of labels on your bottles: 1. Gift wrap style labels Gift wrap style labels consist of bunchy paper that wraps round the entirety of the beer bottle. This wrapping can be over a traditional bottle tag, or it can comprise the entire label for the beer. If you make craft beer, this type of packaging sets aside your beers as individual, luxury purchases. Whereas other microbrews may cost around $10 or $15 for a six pack, packaging like this clearly identifies...

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Get The Most From Your House Cleaning Service With These Tips And Tricks

Posted by on Feb 24, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

When it comes to keeping your home clean, life certainly has a way of getting in the way sometimes. But with the help of a house cleaning service, you can enjoy your space in comfort without having to sacrifice your free time or busy lifestyle to keep things clean yourself. There aren’t typically any preparation requirements to enjoy the help of a house cleaning service, but there are a few tips and tricks you can use to get the most from your experience. Here are five to consider: Get Organized You can’t expect your house cleaning service provider to effectively track and maintain your personal belongings, so it’s a good idea to make sure things like your mail, jewelry, and the kids’ toys are already organized when your service provider shows up to do the cleaning. Any clutter left...

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6 Tips For Writing A Memorable Eulogy

Posted by on Dec 5, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Writing a eulogy is hardly a pleasant task. As you recall years of special memories, it can be difficult to put words to paper during such a sad time. But creating a memorable eulogy is one of the greatest services you can do for the deceased. If done properly, it will leave relatives and friends with a sense of comfort in celebrating a life well lived. Here are six tips for writing a memorable, meaningful eulogy for your loved one. Write About Their Passions Was your loved one a music lover, a sports enthusiast or a dedicated volunteer? Hobbies and passions are dear to a person’s heart, so it’s only fitting to mention those during the eulogy. In addition to bringing back pleasant memories for attendees, it creates a sense of life and excitement during a sad time. Use...

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Why Small Business Owners Should Consider Outsourcing

Posted by on Nov 24, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Many fledgling entrepreneurs make the mistake of believing that they should handle all aspects of developing their business themselves. Although it’s true that business owners should be intimately acquainted with all facets of the business that they’re running, they all too frequently fail to see that they run the risk of significantly stunting the growth of their business by trying to do everything on their own. Outsourcing provides business owners with an excellent way to free up their time as well as their creative energies so that they can stay strong at the helm of their enterprise. Following are five aspects of running a business that may be better off outsourced. Janitorial Services Many small business owners take it upon themselves to perform necessary janitorial services when they first start out, while others expect their employees to take on...

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3 Ways Contractors Can Make Money This Winter With Little Investment

Posted by on Nov 20, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you are a construction contractor, then the winter may be a time when you spend more days at home with no work than you do working. This is an especially tough time of year for contractors in snowy climates. Instead of dipping into your savings account this winter and regretting it later, there are several ways to earn extra cash this winter with little upfront investment needed. When spring arrives, you can then look forward to a savings account that has grown instead of being depleted.  1. Remove Snow Without Purchasing a Snow Plow If you own a Bobcat utility vehicle that you use to excavate and perform other tasks during the building season, then you can rent a snow-blade attachment to use to run a snow-plowing business over the winter. There is also a snow-blower attachment you can rent...

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Five Ways To Make Long Distance Truck Rentals As Easy As Possible

Posted by on Nov 17, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Driving across the country for a move requires a lot of preparation. Instead of using outside help, many people choose to move on their own to keep control of everything. When using rental trucks, it’s important to properly prepare and be ready for all types of situations. Use the following five tips to ensure that you are making your truck rental as pain-free as possible. Truck Rental Insurance Even if you have car insurance, policies will often not cover drivers who use rental trucks. The longer you plan on driving a rental truck, the more you are at risk and insurance is likely the best choice. When choosing an insurance package, consider the different types of coverage available. For example, some truck rental insurance will cover road hazards and accidents, but many will not include operation damages to tires...

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