5 Fun Ways To Get Your Kids To Drink More Water

Posted on: 7 August 2015
If you suspect that your child is not drinking enough water, you are probably right. A June 2015 study shows that over half of kids in the U.S. suffer from inadequate hydration. Getting kids to opt for water over soft drinks, juice and milk can be a struggle. The more you insist, the less they concede. Rather than fighting, begging and forcing your kids to gulp down water, learn some ways to encourage them to decide to drink more H2O on their own.
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How To Profit From Making Custom Bags For Your Customers

Posted on: 27 July 2015
Making custom handbags is something you love. The artistry and time that goes into each handcrafted piece should be recognized in the amount of profits you can receive for your efforts. Many people want custom things without paying a custom price, and fail to understand how a heftier price tag actually benefits them. Here is a guide to making better profit when designing custom bags for your customers so everyone is satisfied with their sale.
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Answering Two Of Your Concerns About Collecting Debts From Your Clients

Posted on: 9 July 2015
When one of your customers or clients fails to pay you on time, it can lead to major disruptions for your enterprise. While there are collection services that can help you to collect the money owed to your enterprise, there are many managers and business owners that lack experience or knowledge about working with these services. If you are one of these people, you will likely benefit from having the following couple of questions regarding collection services addressed.
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Tackling Frequent Myths About Concrete Sawing During Home Elevator Installation

Posted on: 24 June 2015
The installation of an elevator in your residential property brings a whole new level of value to your home. The only thing is, installing an elevator in an already constructed home can require some heavy lifting, and even some heavy machinery to get the job done. One of the pieces of equipment you are likely to see in the elevator installation process is a concrete saw. Such a heavy piece of equipment is bound to bring with it a few misconceptions.
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