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How to Start a Restaurant with Little to No Food Experience

You don’t need to be a chef to start your restaurant. You don’t even need to know how to cook to be a successful restaurateur. But if you have a passion for food and the dedication to start your own business, you will be able to open a restaurant that the community will love. However,

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Cultivating Reading Habits: 5 Best Ways to Do It

Reading is essential not only in education but also in communication, making it a crucial habit that needs to be taught at a young age. Moreover, reading for pleasure gives a lifetime of benefits for kids as they go through school and slowly transition into adulthood. Although it can be challenging, remember the benefits that

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Safety Measures for Divorcing an Abusive Partner

When attempting to get out of an abusive marriage there are many ways you can decide to go about it. The process can be dragged out by courts, forms, or your own doubts (i.e., Is this the best for the kids? Should I give it more time?) making it seem nearly impossible. And there is

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Trade Show Success: Get the Word out Before the Show

Picture this: a company shows up full force to a trade show but finds that nobody’s interested in stopping by their booth. You might be surprised to know that many businesses experience this scenario. Many companies find out too late that they failed to advertise their presence in a trade show. Fortunately, whatever your budget,

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Wonderful Places: Turn Your Dream Vacation into Your Dream Retirement

Do you thrill at the very mention of a sunny beach? Do you start planning your hiking trips months in advance? There is a way to turn your dream vacation into a reality; it just requires some regional know-how and financial acumen. Whether your dream is a bungalow at a far-flung tropical beach or a rocky cabin in the Appalachian Mountains, there is a home for you.

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Lucrative Side Hustles to Explore in this Lockdown

Make the most out of your work-from-home setup by taking on a side gig. Instead of lounging on your couch or loitering in the pantry after your nine-hour work shift, why not venture into a side job where you can earn extra bucks. You can $100 to $2,000 every month just by dabbling in a

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How the Cloud Can Make Your Work and Life More Efficient

You’ve read about and watched about it, and you probably even use it for work and personal use. Many big tech companies are pouring their time and energy into developing it. People use it to streamline their workflow, connect their data, and use many kinds of software not bound to their hardware. Of course, we’re

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How House Chores Prepare the Youth for Work Life

If you have ever handled the role of a manager or a site director for a company, you surely would have extensive knowledge of the maintenance processes. A large part of that would be to keep a location clean and sanitary. If you ever thought of getting into that business yourself, there are janitorial franchise

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Balancing Your Personal Life and Career

Living and working should always come together. After all, you might not live if you don’t work and earn an income, and you can’t work if you’re gone. That said, you should find ways to live life to the fullest while working in a corporate setting or your business. Here are some ideas that will

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How Your Well-Being Is Affected by Earning from Your Hobby

Having hobbies are essential to keep us balanced. They make our time worthwhile, and let us relax when work is getting too stressful. But if you turn your hobby into a business, will it still have the same good effects on our well-being? Working on something we love is doubtlessly beneficial. However, considering that we

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