Balancing Business and Parenthood: A Business Blog

Reduce Nervousness And Prepare For A Live Phone Chat With These Five Tips

Posted by on Mar 30th, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Live chat is a great way to have some flirty fun over the phone. However, even though it’s “just a phone call”, it can be nerve wrecking for many people. If you are feeling nervous, take a few moments to relax before you make the call. Here are five relaxing things to do before you engage in flirtatious live phone chat: 1. Make yourself feel attractive Even though you won’t be able to see the person on the other end of the line and they won’t be able to see you, it can make you feel more confident if you look...

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Is Your Business Breaking Your Back? Three Lifting Devices To Ease Your Pain

Posted by on Mar 2nd, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

The human back was the original lifting crane far before anything mechanical was invented. However, continuing to load your ute by hand may be causing back pain and other heavy lifting injuries that could easily be avoided. Here are three ways that you can load faster and smarter without having to put your back under stress any more. Hydraulic Crane The hydraulic ute crane is the perfect solution if your business needs the capacity to load and unload your truck at any time or anywhere. This lifting device is mounted onto the tray of your ute...

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Five New Ways To Think About Air Conditioning In The Age Of Climate Change

Posted by on Feb 18th, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Climate change threatens to hit Australia harder than the rest of the world, and according to some projections, temps will raise an average of 5 degrees celsius by 2090. As the weather gets hotter, air conditioning becomes more of a concern. However, if you do not want ridiculously high energy bills and you also want to reduce the amount of energy you consume, you need to think about your air conditioner in a new way. Here are five of the ideas you should keep in mind as you approach air conditioning in the age of climate change: 1. Design...

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Selling The Family Farm: Four Memento Ideas

Posted by on Feb 13th, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

As of 2011, there were 157,000 farmers in Australia. Although this number may sound large, it actually indicates a 11 percent reduction in the number of Australian farmers since 2006. If you or someone in your family is getting ready to sell the family farm, you may be feeling a bit sad or nostalgic. To alleviate these feelings, consider creating a memento of the old family farm to take with you and pass through future generations. Here are four ideas you should consider: 1. Aerial Farm Photography As suggested by the name, an aerial farm...

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Truck Mounted Attentuators Features: Critical Support For Your Road Work Projects

Posted by on Feb 11th, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

For companies that carry out line-marking on highways and roadside maintenance projects, an investment in a truck mounted attenuator is a business decision that cannot be overlooked. A TMA will help ensure the safety of your workers, your equipment and passing motorists. This guide will provide a quick overview of how truck mounted attenuators operate and point out some of the major features that will be beneficial to your company. Truck Mounted Attenuator Basics Truck mounted attenuators are fixed on to the back of a shadow vehicle and...

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4 strategies for better organising your wardrobe

Posted by on Jan 30th, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

How many times have you woken up bleary eyed only to be confronted with a wardrobe that is the epitome of chaos? Have you had a moment when you are already running late for work and your stress levels are only amplified because you just can’t find anything to wear? Truthfully, everybody has been there, and this is because most people’s robes just aren’t organised optimally. But with these four strategies, you can make sure that you find exactly what you need within your wardrobe each morning and that you start the day in a...

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5 Reputation Management Tips

Posted by on Jan 28th, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Most of your clients and potential clients probably do an internet search every time they prepare to buy a product or use a service. Because of that, negative online reviews can be massively detrimental to your company. Ideally, you need to delete this negative press, but that isn’t always easy. Here are some tips on how to do that and what to do when you cannot delete the negative coverage: 1. Monitor what the internet says about you Before you can delete negative reviews, you need to know about them. Search your name and your company...

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Five Mistakes To Avoid When Selling Your Business

Posted by on Jan 28th, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Selling your business is a huge endeavor and, as your business may represent years worth of hard work and personal sacrifices, you also want to ensure that you get the best deal possible. Unfortunately, it is very easy to make mistakes through the process, and any mistakes could cost you a lot of money. Here are some of the most common mistakes you should try to avoid: 1. Reducing Income With Excess Expenses When tax time rolls around, it seems advantageous to write off as many business expenses as possible. That effectively lowers your...

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Which type of wood is best for your pergola?

Posted by on Jan 13th, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Patio areas are very attractive in a garden for a number of reasons. They can give you an outdoor space for hosting gatherings such as barbecues for friends and family, they can act as a blank canvas against which you can install statement garden features such as a water fountain, and from a commercial perspective, they can even add value to your home. To make your patio feel like a functioning outdoor room, it can be a very good idea to add a structural element such as a pergola in the space. Wood is a popular choice for pergolas because the...

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Portable Toilets For Construction Workers: Advice For Site Owners In Victoria

Posted by on Jan 6th, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

In Victoria, employers have a legal obligation to provide their workers with certain amenities, include a place to safely store personal belongings, a suitable area for dining and adequate toilet and washing facilities. It’s often more difficult for construction site owners to offer certain facilities, but temporary or portable toilet hire is a common addition to most modern construction sites. If you need to install portable toilets on a Victorian construction site, learn how you can make sure the facilities are safe and hygienic to...

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