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Things to Look Out for in a Website Design Agency

Posted on November 4th, 2017 by Staff

With the increase in popularity of websites nowadays, more and more businesses are striving to find that expert website design agency that will be able to provide them with a professional-looking website that is sure to catch the attention of clients both old and new. There are lots of different websites popping up the internet […]

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Medical Coding Jobs From Home

Posted on November 2nd, 2017 by Staff

Working from home and being paid well for it is a goal of many individuals. While searching out ways to accomplish this goal many have stumbled upon a niche field in medical administration called “medical coding”. Medical coding positions are present in hospitals, physician offices, insurance companies, home health agencies, and just about anywhere medical […]

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Plug-In Electric Vehicle-Tax Credit

Posted on October 31st, 2017 by Staff

There is a tax credit associated with the purchase of a “plug-in electric vehicle” (a vehicle propelled to at least a significant extent by an electric motor propelled by a battery capable of being recharged from an external source of electricity). Tax Deductions Vs. Tax Credits – Deductions reduce the amount of your income that […]

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How Does Crying Affect Your Eyes?

Posted on October 30th, 2017 by Staff

Have you ever had one of those days where you simply cannot stop crying? Perhaps you’ve lost a loved one and you cry until there are literally no tears left? There’s a very famous common expression to “have a good cry”; we’ve all heard it, and possibly even said it a time or two… However, […]

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It’s Not the Job You Do, It’s the Way You Do It

Posted on October 29th, 2017 by Staff

Everybody would probably love to be working in a field that they love; however, some may feel that’s just not possible given their current circumstances. If you are currently doing work that you no longer enjoy, try taking the necessary steps to get to where you want to be. It doesn’t mean quitting your current […]

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Classic Game Review: Conquest

Posted on October 28th, 2017 by Staff

Risk fans rejoice! Your favourite board game is now available for use against one, two or even three computer opponents. You no longer have to scrounge around at odd hours of the night hoping someone will take your challenge. With the aid of your PC you can choose to fight in Europe of 1942 or […]

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Blogging Syndication and Pinterest Marketing Exposed

Posted on October 26th, 2017 by Staff

Companies and individuals get excited about the open playing field blogging and Pinterest provides. Marketing trends on social media suggests it to be a vital traffic generation method for large and small corporations. Why not market on here? This social media giant is more established in the eyes of the Big Search Engines. If you […]

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How Long to Wait Before Applying Decals on Newly Painted Walls – Can Wall Decals Be Re-Applied?

Posted on October 24th, 2017 by Staff

Question: I just painted my walls. How long should I wait before applying my new decals? Answer: First, it will depend on what type of paint you used. Latex paint takes up to 30 days to cure, although we’ve put wall decals on walls that have been painted less than a week. However, in our […]

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It’s Not the Job You Do, It’s the Way You Do It

Posted on October 22nd, 2017 by Staff

Everybody would probably love to be working in a field that they love; however, some may feel that’s just not possible given their current circumstances. If you are currently doing work that you no longer enjoy, try taking the necessary steps to get to where you want to be. It doesn’t mean quitting your current […]

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Are You Scared of ‘De-clutter’?

Posted on October 19th, 2017 by Staff

If you’ve lost sight of your carpet, can’t find your clean clothes in the pile on the floor, and don’t remember if that basket holds trash or important paperwork, it’s time to de-clutter. If you need a hammer and nails but have to wade through old toys, paint cans, and things that have gathered dust […]

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