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Giving New Life To Our Discards

In an age of microwaved meals in minutes, planned obsolescence, and cheap plastic packaging, we are rapidly using up resources, only to throw away a significant portion of the products we buy. Our landfills are overflowing with things that will likely be intact long after humans are gone from the planet, killed off perhaps by […]

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The President Proclaims November 19th as National Entrepreneurs’ Day

In May of 2010, David and I started a petition to the President to create a National Entrepreneurs’ Day. We didn’t understand why the most entrepreneurial country in the world didn’t have a day to recognize entrepreneurs. Now, only 6 months and thousands of signatures later, it seems that the effort was worth it and […]

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7 Inspiring Podcasts for Solopreneurss

If you’re an avid multi-tasker like me, you probably see a real value in podcasts. You can digest valuable information for your business while walking the dog, commuting to a client meeting, or even while working at your desk. And yes, there are lots of excellent podcasts for entrepreneurs out there, but today, I wanted to put […]

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How to Keep a Full Time Job whilst Caring For Your Child

Becoming a parent can be a stressful time – especially when you try to balance your family life with your full time job. While priorities change once you start a family, it’s good to be able to keep a full time job to be able to afford to pay for all those things your child […]

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25 Ways to Celebrate National Small Business Week

This week, we’re celebrating entrepreneurs. We’re holding a contest, co-hosting a webinar, and partying all week. It’s National Small Business Week! What will you do to celebrate?

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6 Tips for Building a Community When You Work from Home

Do you ever have those days when you work from your couch in sweatpants and don’t speak to a single soul? You send emails while blasting music and eating popcorn, just because you can. Working from home has obvious perks: no dress code, no commute and a flexible schedule. But for a lot of entrepreneurs […]

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New Windows: Frame Choosing Tips

When people imagine windows it is most likely that they have wooden frames in their minds. At the same time all these people usually understand that wooden frames are less prone to heat and cold transfer if compared to aluminum ones, because metals in general conduct temperature much more easily. People also like the appearance […]

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