Three Posture-Related Features To Remember When Shopping For Office Chairs
23 November 2015
Ordering new office furniture for your office should be about more than just selecting a style that meets the overall design of the space. With the chairs, especially, you can have an opportunity to ensure that your employees are not only comfortable during the workday, but also less at risk of back injuries. One out of every five work-related illness or injury is related to the back; even sitting in an uncomfortable or poorly designed chair can lead to an injury for someone on your staff.
Utilizing Storage When Downsizing Your Office
3 November 2015
If you are moving into a smaller office space, you might be feeling the squeeze. If you don't want your office space to just look like a dumping ground of boxes, a self storage unit can help get certain items out of sight and in a facility that can still be easily accessed. Here are three ways a storage unit can help keep your space organized and your office items safe.
Four Things To Include In Your Craft Business Plan
16 October 2015
Taking strides toward bringing your crafting hobby to the next level can be exciting. Making the business plan for your new business venture may seem intimidating at first, but being sure to include these key things will keep your plan on the path to success.
Where Your Materials Are Sourced
Depending on your craft you may need a lot of supplies. In order to save money you may choose to source those supplies from a wholesaler or even out of country.
Fixing Common Plumbing Problems For Your Vacation Rental Guests
21 September 2015
If you rent out a second home as a vacation rental, there can be a lot of headaches that come along with this. If you seem to get calls about plumbing issues every vacation season, there are a few things that you can do to alleviate this. Here are four ways to avoid or lessen plumbing problems becoming your problem when you have a vacation rental.
1. Label Issues With Helpful Reminders