Preparation for vacation makes you feel like a juggler — arranging the flight, booking the hotel room and deconstructing your entire closet to pack one suitcase. And while the point of this vacation-prep madness is to get away from stresses of home life, but you may be forgetting one thing: preparing your home for vacation. Just as you’re preparing yourself to get away, there are to-do tasks to get your home ready for while you’re away. Don’t feel dread about these tasks, though. They can keep your home safe and help reduce the cost of your utility bills:
Woodworking is awesome. You can do so much with so little and make it look so good, while having a good time. Anyone can do it. It’s a matter of cutting, gluing, nailing, and screwing wood together, topped off with a finish. BUT, to do it right, ending up with a nice project takes a bit more, so we offer the following 5 basic tricks that will help you start crafting like a professional. That’s what you’d like, right? You want to be proud of your woodworking projects and you’d like others to admire them and the work that you put into them. Most of all, you want to complete nice looking projects. You don’t want to end up with
Cold weather is here, and now that you are spending more time inside, you’re noticing your home could use a little sprucing up. Your winter vacation is a great time for projects in your home to get ready for brighter days ahead. These holiday projects are good choices to increase the value of your home and possibly reduce your heating expenses. Read on for a few great ideas. Declutter Your House
Whiteboard tables are a great tool for collaboration. A collaborative environment gets you to better results faster. By promoting cooperation, you are ensuring seamless and effective work flows. Take for example a school setting. Student collaboration works better when everyone can contribute with an all-inclusive collaborative tool. The chalkboard is one example of such tools. Since everyone has equal access to it, ideas grow faster and better results are achieved because more brains are working.
A trade show is a great place to get your business and product promoted and sold. These events are perfect networking centers full of potential buyers, future clients, and PR opportunities. They aren’t going anywhere either. According to Statista: “In the U.S., trade show still remains one of the most profitable business-to-business (B2B) media strategy, as trade shows generated more than 12.6 billion U.S. dollars in revenue in 2015.” This is not a marketing strategy you want to forgo. If you have the opportunity, take it, but not without going prepared with knowledge from the following experienced pros.
Autumn is here. There is no escaping it, and you know it. If you’re like me, then you knew this and had a plan in place for the summer-to-fall transition. If this is new to you, then you’d better read the rest of this article! This fall checklist will help you plan for a smooth winter and keep you ahead of the curve.
Summer has many things that likely make you rejoice. More hours of daylight, budding flowers and hummingbirds zipping about the garden are all joyful things. However, with summer also come some pretty fierce storms as hot and cold fronts collide with one another. Those storms can knock out your power and put all the food in your freezer and refrigerator at risk, as well as leave you at the hands of soaring temperatures without a running air conditioner. Summer is known as “blackout season”. Disasters impact about 500,000 people per day who lose power an average of two hours or more.
How to Build an Outdoor Tiki Bar Who doesn’t love the thought of an island vacation? The sound of crashing waves, drinks with those cute little umbrellas, and of course, a Tiki Bar. But even if a tropical island vacation is beyond your budget, you can still enjoy that tropical feel by building your own Tiki Bar.