There are just so many poorly ran businesses out there and it is really sad to see. Running a business for many is their dream and to see people struggling is not at all nice. There are some fundamental points that these people need to bear in mind and if they do then the chance […]Read more "The Way Not To Run A Business"
Everyone’s dreamed about packing up their lives and emigrating to sunnier lands, but few of us actually take the leap and sign on for the experience. Whilst living overseas might seem unachievable to most, relocating can easily become a reality rather than a fantasy. Assess your assets, start job hunting and give living in an […]Read more "6 Reasons Why You Should Take The Leap And Move Abroad"
Over the past decade, a growing number of busy professionals have decided to make use of virtual assistant services. If you are overwhelmed by the amount of work you need to get done each day, week and month, you may be thinking of tapping into these services yourself. Most assistants who work virtually or online, […]Read more "5 Tasks To Outsource To A Virtual Assistant"
Bedrooms are often the most personal rooms in peoples’ homes and color choice is a key factor in its design. It can also reveal plenty about peoples’ personalities. A dull person for instance, would easily settle for gentler color shades while boisterous and active individuals might go for the brighter bedroom colors. To help you […]Read more "What The Color Of Your Bedroom Says About You"
For many people, getting a degree at the current time just isn’t an option. Whether you couldn’t afford college, or weren’t accepted, there is no reason why you can’t keep earning money. Here are 3 ways that you can keep making money without a degree: Start your own business- One of the best ways to […]Read more "3 Ways to Make Money Without a Degree"
I’ve lived in many high-income neighborhoods. The median income is usually over $100,000. Home prices range from $400,000 to well over $1 million. These are neighborhoods where many feel comfortable leaving their doors unlocked. Garages are open and unattended for hours. Neighbors walk their dogs daily. Kids run around freely. The schools are highly-rated, and […]Read more "Think High-Income Neighborhoods Are Crime Free? Think Again!"
Cosigning for a friend in trouble seems to be a good deed. After all, who doesn’t stand up for their friends and help them in times of crisis? While this may be suitable for most other circumstances, it is best to be careful when asked to sign a bail bond. A large sum of money […]Read more "Should I Cosign for My Friend’s Bail Bond?"