Monthly Archives: August 2011

The Most Recycled Item – Cars

Cars are one of the most recycled commodities, according to Recycle-Steel.org, and whole cars are not put in landfills. Almost three-fourths of a vehicle is made up of steel and iron and are therefore very valuable and can be salvaged … Continue reading

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Donating Stuffed Animals

Thanks to Chris Ellis for posting information on The Teddy Bear Brigade. As Chris said “The Teddy Bear Brigade receives and distributes new and gently “loved” stuffed animals to provide children in need with comfort, security and love.” What a great … Continue reading

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Get the Kids Involved

How about the kids? The ChoreWars web site has some great ideas to get the kids involved in housework and make it fun. Recruit a party of adventurers from your household, and whenever one of you completes a chore, you … Continue reading

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Dealing with the Paper Piles

Are piles of papers taking over your home? It’s easy to second guess yourself  when trying to decide what to keep and what to shred. Here are some guidelines to help you make those decisions. Keep for 1 month Withdrawal … Continue reading

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Being Lucky!

I feel lucky! I have worked hard to achieve the level of luck I enjoy. Feeling lucky doesn’t mean my success has come easy. It means that I have worked for it and succeeded. You can be lucky too! Being … Continue reading

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Working From Home

If you are a home-based business owner, count your blessings. You are providing opportunities for yourself and your family that are unavailable to 9 to 5ers. Research also indicates that productivity rises 15% to 25% when work is done at home vs. … Continue reading

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The Latest “Before and After” Photos

When you share a space with other’s who is responsible for organizing that space? This is a recent job we completed of two office storage areas. It usually is the responsibility of the office manager to order and inventory supplies and keep … Continue reading

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Affordable Home Safety

A few hours on a Saturday and a trip to the hardware store is all it takes to better protect your home. You can create peace of mind with these few simple projects. Test for radon. Install a smoke detector in every bedroom. … Continue reading

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5 Steps to an Organized Closet

An organized closet is not a work of art. It just needs to work for you. There are several ways to organize a closet. Do whatever works for you. Putting all of the same type of items together, so you … Continue reading

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Productivity Improvement for Entrepreneurs

You can improve your productivity and take your business to the next level by adopting better business habits. These are fundamental rules that every Entrepreneur can implement. Follow these seven business rules to get to where you want to be. Start your … Continue reading

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