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Woodworking Business – Your Initial Investment

By Andrew J. / September 16, 2019

In any form of business, understanding the costs of setting up the business and the costs of running it is of great importance. You have to fully understand the costs your startup costs- tools, space, time, etc.- this is your initial investment. Your total startup costs will entirely depend on the type of project you’re […]

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The Five Composting Myths Holding Your Garden Back

By Andrew J. / September 13, 2019

When it comes right down to it, composting is a simple, natural process that’s been overcomplicated by machines, commercial marketing, and misinformation. Some of these misinformed ideas have been passed around so many times that they’ve become accepted as truth. Well, we’re here to set the record straight. Keep reading to separate fact from fiction! […]

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Cut Your Costs With Soy Candles

By Andrew J. / September 5, 2019

Candles have long been made exclusively with paraffin wax or beeswax. Recently, a new type of candle has begun emerging into the market: soy. Soy candles are made out of 100% natural soy wax without any additives, resulting in candles with a pleasing aroma without any type of fragrance added. Expert soy candle makers employ […]

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Cold Weather Blues: Pneumonia

By Andrew J. / August 31, 2019

Everyone loves the end of the year for the cool evenings, holidays, and special time with family. Unfortunately, these months brings with them two seasonal torments: pneumonia and the flu. Today we’ll be tackling the former; where it comes from, what to expect, and how to knock it out as fast as possible. Pneumonia is […]

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Solar Energy Simplified

By Andrew J. / August 29, 2019

The sun shines, we collect the sunlight, we convert the sunlight into usable forms, and we enjoy the benefits. You can’t get any simpler than that. But okay, I know you need more explanations. You’ve been looking all over the web for information and you need  more than just a single sentence. The sun produces […]

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The 7 Safety Hazards You Probably Have In Your Home

By Andrew J. / August 21, 2019

Inspect the deck: Wooden decks can become damaged and corroded from any harsh or excessive weather conditions. See if nails or screws are popping up. Thoroughly clean the deck and seal it.  Check electrical outlets and extension cords: Replace any loose-fitting plugs or frayed extension cords to prevent a fire hazard. ‘Degrease’ the garage: If […]

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Lifesaving Tips For The Indoor Gardener

By Andrew J. / July 26, 2019

It can be a difficult task to keep your indoor plants healthy. That being said, it’ll make your life significantly easier if you select plants that do well indoors and adapt to the inside environment (less light, heat, and water) easily. Below we’ve listed a couple of dos and don’ts to give you a head […]

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Emergency Prep: Building Fire

By Andrew J. / July 11, 2019

A fire can occur anywhere, even in places where proper protocol has been followed. It’s always important to have an emergency plan, but it’s particularly crucial for anyone who works in a school, office, or any other large building (especially one with multiple floors). The fire emergency preparation plan involves two things: information and delegation. […]

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Here’s Why You Should Add Juicing To Your Regimen

By Andrew J. / July 8, 2019

Juice can actually be considered a natural water source and provides the body with protein, carbohydrates, essential fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals that can be absorbed quickly and efficiently. Fresh juice also contains necessary enzymes, and pigments such as carotenes, chlorophyll, and flavonoids.    Juicing fresh fruits and vegetables provides numerous nutritional advantages that are extremely […]

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10 WTSHTF Self-Defense Tips

By Andrew J. / July 4, 2019

Many of us believe ourselves to be prepared for the ‘end times’. But what happens when you discover that all your preparation was really for the textbook scenarios that don’t really play out in real life? What will you do when it’s life or death?

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