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Skiing Scared! Taking A Skiing Vacation With No Prior Experience

By Editor, published on Jan 20, 2018

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It sounds like a wonderful life, right? Taking leisurely skiing excursions around the Alps, before swishing your way down the mountain to your log cabin, where mulled wine, warm rum, or your beverage of choice is there waiting for you, before an afternoon in the Jacuzzi, enjoying that snow-laden beauty that makes you think this is the pinnacle of life. However, ski vacations are very much the opposite of this, especially if you haven't got a clue on how to ski! It can be a very big worry, especially if you've been roped into a skiing vacation and you're the only one who... (more)

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How To Give Back To Your Community

By Editor, published on Jan 20, 2018

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A community is defined as ‘the condition of sharing or having certain attitudes and interests in common.’ It’s the people who you live near, who play an active role in your life, who you work with, and are connected to. You can easily belong to multiple communities at once, and it’s incredibly likely that at least one of your communities and at some point in time, supported you. It might have been that they helped you start your business, that they helped you to grow, or get over a difficult situation. The best thing about being actively involved in your community is the... (more)

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The Greater Impact Of The #MeToo Campaign

By Editor, published on Jan 18, 2018

Since the numerous stories about Harvey Weinstein began pouring out in October 2017, the #MeToo campaign has really spread and blown up in size. Not only have the past victims of Harvey Weinstein come forward with their accounts, but many other celebrities and humble citizens alike have Tweeted about their experiences. However, on the 13th January this year Margaret Atwood weighed in with her take on the whole campaign. While (Source) she spoke in support of the campaign and claimed it had been very effective at drawing attention to the scale of this issue, she has faced a huge amount of backlash... (more)

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How Important Is It To DIY? Very!

By Editor, published on Jan 17, 2018

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“Do it yourself? No thanks, I’ll get someone else to do it instead!”

In a consumerist culture, the idea of being proactive and taking charge never seems appealing. In many ways, it’s a waste of time and money and you can’t afford to lose either. Still, life is about more than keeping enough cash under the mattress for a rainy day. There are times when finances will dictate your whole life, but they are periods when you have to let go. That is just one advantage of DIY: letting loose.

And, it doesn’t stop... (more)

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5 Tips to Create a Successful Go to Market Strategy

By Editor, published on Jan 17, 2018

It doesn’t matter what you’re selling -- it could be a service providing help with credit repair or it could be a custom website builder -- but whatever it is, you need to develop a successful go to market strategy in order for your product or service to acquire customers and become profitable.

While business owners often think about creating a high-quality product or offering an outstanding service, it can be easy to overlook the importance of creating a business plan that outlines just how you intend to bring your offering to the market.

By following the five tips outlined... (more)

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4 Tips to Golf Better

By Editor, published on Jan 17, 2018

Golf is one of the best sporting activities in the world. Striking the golf ball and watching it drop into a tiny hole brings a lot of joy to the players and this has seen a lot of people take up the sport. Played on expansive green fields featuring pools of water, golf provides its participants with the opportunity to relax and enjoy nature when playing the sport for a refreshing experience. It is also one of the most lucrative sports in the world with those who have played the game competitively laughing all the way to the bank with every tournament win. Whatever your reason for taking up... (more)

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5 Tips to Create a Successful Go to Market Strategy

By Editor, published on Jan 16, 2018

It doesn’t matter what you’re selling -- it could be a service providing help with credit repair or it could be a custom website builder -- but whatever it is, you need to develop a successful go to market strategy in order for your product or service to acquire customers and become profitable.

While business owners often think about creating a high-quality product or offering an outstanding service, it can be easy to overlook the importance of creating a business plan that outlines just how you intend to bring your offering to the market.

By following the five tips outlined in... (more)

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Some Unknown Facts About Credit Repair

By Editor, published on Jan 16, 2018

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Are you trying to repair your credit? Your best choice is repair.credit. we are the best choice in making credit repairs. We fight to make sure that your credit score is restored to a normal or even a better status. One thing we understand is that credit is one of the most sensitive things in one life. People do not realize that credit worth really matters until it is ruined, and it affects them. A credit score can affect one’s ability to get a loan or even access a given amount of money easily.

Do you really wonder how finance ruins even families and makes them... (more)

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How to Start Your Small Business Off Right

By Editor, published on Jan 16, 2018

You have an idea. It is the greatest idea you have ever even heard of, let alone come up with. Everyone you know will be able to use your service or product, but you have to get it out there. Starting a small business is a colossal task. You are building an entire company out of, well, just you. However, there are a number of resources available to the individual that are specially catered towards small business owners. Most people who are starting their own businesses do not have massive amounts of capital to fund their projects, are not prepared with a readily available workforce or ample... (more)

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Youngest & Oldest 20 Game Winners

By Editor, published on Jan 16, 2018

Six Pitchers Who Became Part of Baseball History and Trivia

Three of the six pitchers made baseball's Hall of Fame, proving that their careers were consistent.

Because of new pitching philosophies, recent years have seen a drop in the annual number of 20 game winners in the major leagues. The following pitchers all set these records in times when starts were more frequent and hurlers went longer innings.

Youngest National League 20 Game Winner Pre-1900

At the age of 18, rookie John “Monte” Ward won 22 games in 1878 for the Providence Grays. The next two years... (more)

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