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Does Your Home Need A Home-Based Business Insurance?

By Delan Cooper, published on Feb 27, 2017

If you run a business from your home, you're not alone. You're also not the only small business that doesn't have adequate insurance to cover the business you're running out of your home office. According to a report from the Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America, almost 60 percent of home-based business owners don't have insurance.

As to the reason business owners don't have adequate insurance, they believed that they were covered in some capacity under their homeowner's insurance. They also believed that they were too small to worry about insuring their business. When... (more)

Tags: small business, work from home, home office, home based business, business insurance, liability

How to Find the Best Executives For Your Business

By Delan Cooper, published on Oct 27, 2016

The beauty of owning a business is the fact that there is so much freedom, chances to help community and versatility that can be employed to help create a solid foundation for profit and customer satisfaction, no matter the products or services being offered. Factors for success are numerous and the ability to find the right ones that cater to your specific business will reap many rewards. However, it is difficult for one person to run a business on their own.

Many businesses start with an idea and the owner takes that idea and forms a conglomeration of people around that who can function... (more)


Is It Worth Buying Property in Australia?

By Delan Cooper, published on Jul 29, 2016

The high economic growth in Australia makes the real estate and property investments are a boon, the industry has experienced tremendous group in recent times. The year 2013 was characterized by high housing demand in the country, the prices and values of property went up, the demand for a good house in the country is still increasing almost annually. The prices also have gone up with the rentals becoming higher in the same rate. Retirement villages are a popular choice for many Australians. For an investor who want to explore the sector, the opportunities are available but at a higher fee... (more)


How to Store Food Properly in the Freezer and Fridge

By Delan Cooper, published on Jun 29, 2016

Unfortunately, it is common for people to accidentally waste their hard earned money by purchasing food that will quickly spoil if the appropriate methods aren’t used to prolong its quality. There are a few simple methods that can be utilized to prevent food from spoiling so readily.

Avoid Cross-Contamination

First, and perhaps the most important, is avoid cross-contaminating the food. Uncooked meats, like chicken and beef, need to be kept in a lower department of the fridge away from the ready-to-eat foods. This will prevent the bacteria from moving from the raw meat and onto... (more)


How To Teach Your Teenager To Drive

By Delan Cooper, published on Jun 28, 2016

Teaching teens how to drive can be a demanding and stressful thing to undertake. Before the training, you are advised to encourage them to study driving test tips as they will have to undergo the test to get a driving license. You will also need to prepare yourself both physically and mentally before commencing the training.

Keeping your cool

Parents tend to yell at their kids when they do things in a way they don’t want. You should note that driving is on its level and requires slow but sure steps to master in full. When your teenagers get off a lane, do not shout or berate him/her,... (more)

Tags: driving, teach a teenager to drive, driving test, teach a teen

4 Home Improvement Tips: How To Choose The Right Roofing

By Delan Cooper, published on May 26, 2016

There are many types of roofs available these days. Many have added features that could help them last longer or reduce energy costs. Learn more about your options and select the right style for your home.

Types of Roofing Materials

Many homes use asphalt shingles for the roofing material because it’s affordable and easy to maintain. These are rectangular shingles that have tiny pieces of asphalt – small stones – attached to them. Shingles can also be made from wood, clay or stone, which gives the home a unique look. These are typically more expensive and sometimes difficult to... (more)

Tags: bullnose roofing, bullnose roof, types of roofing, types of roofs, home improvement tips

5 Reasons Why You Should Opt for Bunded Fuel Tanks

By Delan Cooper, published on May 24, 2016

Whether you are looking to store your fuel for commercial or domestic use, investing in a proper fuel tank is advisable. In the past, fuel tanks were built using only one skin design. Such tanks could contain fuels but created spillage risks among many other problems. With bunded fuels tanks, you do not have to worry about these risks for they are built using safety margins and additional outer tank shells. This design helps contain liquids and allows sufficient space that can contain leaks and spills. Here are reasons why you should begin using bunded fuel tanks today:

1. Prevention... (more)

Tags: bunded fuel tanks, diesel bunded fuel tanks, fuel store, fuel saving

Tasmanian Food Tour - Best Restaurants In Hobart

By Delan Cooper, published on Mar 28, 2016

Pigeon Hole

Pigeon hole's 5-star reviews seem to be growing ceaselessly, proof that this award-winning café has permanently burrowed into the hearts of hungry Australians. The coffee is among the best in town but customers are learning there is so much more to experience in this budding restaurant. Walking inside feels like stepping into a 19th century trading post, but it simplicity is part of what makes it so attractive. Finished wood panes lead the way into a home-style dining area, where customers eagerly wait to be served. The atmosphere is so unique that newcomers to the... (more)


Pursuing Your Interest in Teaching Abroad

By Delan Cooper, published on Feb 4, 2016

Teaching overseas is a unique opportunity for educators to explore the world and gain insight on new academic techniques, all the while continuing to carry out their passion of schooling and guidance. From experienced professors to recent graduates, a level of experience is not required for those seeking a change of pace. Some teachers use this opportunity to continue their own education and personal growth, while others may utilize this experience to pad their resume for graduate school or a desired teaching job back home. Even others make a career out of teaching abroad, dedicating their... (more)

Tags: teaching oversea, teacher job, teaching in uk, education job

5 Fun Activities For Bachelor Party In Sydney

By Delan Cooper, published on Jan 26, 2016

Sydney is a wonderful and exciting destination for those about to be wed. From Darling Harbour to fantastic venues, full of thrilling activities and delicious food, Sydney is not to be underestimated in its offerings. Whether you're looking for an extravagant affair or a small private gathering, bachelors and their parties have plenty of options to choose from.

Poker and scotch Picture yourself and your best buddies gathered around a poker table, Goodfellas-style, drinking high-end scotch and puffing the finest cigars. The atmosphere is perfect for those who enjoy a good game, men's... (more)

Tags: sydney, party, poker, activities, paintball, hangout, barbecue party

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