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4 Best Qualities of the Siberian Husky

You make the smart decision to get a dog for your family and know that it will make them very happy. After talking to family, friends, and colleagues, you start to see that breeds such as labradors, retrievers, and shepherds are popular family dogs. While these are smart choices because of their warm personalities, loyalty, and fondness of children, another breed that is gaining popularity that also has these desired traits are Siberian huskies. Continue Reading

4 Ways to Clean Your Home Windows Like A Pro

Do you typically use spray cleaner and paper towels to clean your windows? If so, there are other ways that are much better and more satisfying. A squeegee will get your windows streak-free and crystal clear in less time than with your traditional method. Keep reading to learn what equipment you’ll need and what to do. Continue Reading

8 Items You Need to Start a Business

Are you one of the many people who are dreaming of becoming their own boss? Do you have a great idea, a small business loan, and a lot of motivation? Here are 8 things you will need if you want to start your own small business. Continue Reading

5 Organization Techniques to Scan Your Business Papers

Many people say that your typical office isn’t much closer to a paperless environment than they were when the email first went mainstream or the smartphone was developed. Despite all of the technological advancements, businesses seem apprehensive about going paperless.

Can you blame them? Not really. It’s really a major commitment and risk for a business.

But by employing several measures, your department can go paperless without the hassle, security risks, and painstaking manual labour. One way to achieve your corporate aims is to use document scanning services or equipment to finally trash those boxes and boxes…and boxes of folders, pages, and paper from the 1980s.

Here are five tips to organize your department’s paperless efforts with document scanning services:

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5 Tips to Remember Before Your Big Moving Day

Moving businesses have dealt with a diverse array of customers for a long time. Many of them are great, but some of them are irksome. The former is kind, prepared, and ready to go. The latter is uncouth, unprepared, and unsure what to do. It can be extremely frustrating for the movers, especially when they have another job to do a few hours later.

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4 Roof Repair Tips for the Handy Homeowner

Whether you happen to be one of those people blessed with handyman skills or not, when it comes to roof repair, it is always best to go with the professionals. Genuine professionals (not the scam artists) have the experience and expertise and will do the job right. However, there are some jobs that can be done by the DIY in you and of course, this will save you some money.

Assuming you want to save money, the job is not too big, you are good with fixing things and that you do not have acrophobia (fear of heights), then here are some tips on roof repairs that you can try by yourself.

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6 Mistakes to Avoid After Being Injured in a Slip & Fall

A slip and fall accident can be a source of great pain and embarrassment. But more seriously, it can result in back and brain injuries. One may also end up with broken limbs. If you find yourself hurt after a slip and fall accident, don’t just brush it off and assume all will end well. Sometimes, even a slight injury may end up causing long-term complications such as fibromyalgia and chronic pain.

Besides the obvious discomforts of pain and suffering caused by slip and fall injuries, your ability to perform day-to-day duties such as going to work or performing daily chores may become a struggle.

Should you slip, or trip, and fall, there is a chance that you could be entitled to compensation for pain and suffering, future health costs and loss of income due to your inability to work.

Anyone can slip and fall, anywhere. However, when it happens in the workplace, at a store, in a parking lot, or at any other public or private area, there are a number of mistakes that you should avoid making in order to get a higher claim payout.

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5 Guidelines for Fathers to Win Child Custody

There was a time when the courts automatically awarded the custody of a child to the mother by default. This was of course, very unfair, so it is nice to see that that has changed. This has definitely reduced and it is about time that the legal system has somewhat changed and recognizes the contribution of both parents in the event of a dispute. Continue Reading

7 Moving Secrets When Moving from NYC to Florida

Once you decide to move to Florida from NYC, there are things you will need to keep in mind for a successful move. You will need to do a lot of homework beforehand to ensure you are not making a mistake, but once you are certain about your decision, there are a couple of secrets that will make your move a breeze.

Since an interstate move is never as simple as it may seem, you can use all the help you can get. Here are 7 moving secrets for you to consider.

1.     Plan

Considering the distance you will have to cover, it would be wise to spend as much time as you possibly can during the planning process. Prepare at least 8 weeks in advance before the actual moving date. Unlike smaller moves, you will not have the opportunity here to make multiple trips, in case you forgot something. This makes it important for you to ensure everything is taken care of so that your move is stress-free.

2.     Invest in Good Boxes

For longer moves, you will need to invest in good, durable boxes. Seeing how your prized possessions will make their way down the East Coast in moving boxes, it would not be a good idea to cheap out on packing supplies. Get the best one available so that your belongings stay protected throughout the trip.

If you are not sure where to get enough boxes, check out your local banks or liquor stores. In fact, chances are you might get your hands on all the boxes you want without paying a dime.

3.     Pack Smartly

For packing, think about what you need. Focus on stuff you cannot do without. Stuff that you don’t need, either donate them or get rid of them.

For longer moves, the lighter load will always be better. Take your essentials, but if need be, get rid of old stuff, like appliances, and get new ones instead when you finally reach your destination.

4.     Be Organized

Moving from NYC to Florida, know that the distance is over 1000 miles. Enough emphasis cannot be placed on the fact you will need to be organized through and through. You can start by taking pictures of your belongings so that you know what thing goes where when it is time to unpack at your new place.

Label each box and write as many details as you can. The last thing you need is to arrive at your new house, with a truck full of boxes with no descriptions. The better you label your boxes, the easier it will be for you to unpack.

5.     Prepare Accordingly to Deal with Florida’s Weather

Many people move away from Florida because they cannot deal with the weather. The weather in Florida is not unpredictable, but things can go from sunny to the worst cases in no time.

To avoid regretting the move to Florida, you will need to prepare to deal with the weather.  Some tips to consider include:

  • Always wear sunscreen. If your skin is sensitive, wear a large hat and cover your skin at all times. However, find breathable clothing to wear.
  • Make sure your home is cool – if not, it needs to have an AC. Keep an extra around, and have spare cash on hand for repairs so you don’t have to deal with the heat for longer than you should.
  • Indulge in morning and evening activities outdoors, but do not go out in the afternoon.
  • Make sure your home is fully covered against wind and flood damage.

6.     Draft a Move Checklist

When moving across the country, there is a lot that needs to be done. One of the most effective ways to stay on track is by drafting a moving checklist. When you have your checklist, break it down into weeks. Mark important dates on your calendar, so you do not leave out something important.

7.     Decide whether you will Buy or Rent

The reasons you should move to Florida are many, out of which the most common include a slow-paced retirement, a second home and/or the lifestyle. Whether you are moving for good or temporarily that will determine whether you should buy or rent.

You now have enough to work with to make your move to Florida a successful one. But in case you are not sure whether you will pull everything off on your own, hire a moving company. But don’t just hire any moving company you come across. Find one that meets and exceeds your expectations, without breaking your bank in the process. Not sure how? Click here to learn more.