• 3 Tips to Help Graduate Physical Therapists Gain Confidence in the Role

    Completing your physical therapy degree is one thing, but gaining a proper appreciation of the role requires experience. Thankfully, as a new graduate, you can leverage the experience of other professionals who have been in a similar situation to your own. Below are three of the best tips that can help you develop as a new therapist: You May Not Know Everything, But You Have Resources There are usually two types of physical therapists that come out of college. [Read More]

  • On-Premise, Hosted, or SaaS? Your Options for Dynamics GP Deployment

    For many businesses, a comprehensive enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution such as Microsoft Dynamics GP offers a broad range of benefits. The only question that remains is how to deploy the solution. There are several ways you can deploy your Dynamics GP solution, with each model offering its own unique set of benefits and caveats. Staying in Control with On-Premise GP The traditional on-premises model offers several notable advantages: You're in control of your data at all times. [Read More]

  • Organizing Your First Trade Show? Don't Forget A First Aid & Nursing Station!

    Hosting a trade show as a fundraiser for your organization is a great way to earn your monetary goals and bring awareness of your organization to your community. But it's also a great way to get a headache. There are so many things to do and take care of when organizing a trade show that it can cause your head to spin. Speaking of headaches, it's crucial that you do not forget to set up at least one first aid station at your trade show. [Read More]

  • Budget-Friendly Ways to Enhance Your Storefront

    Do you feel like your store's exterior is not appealing enough to those who pass it on the street? A recent survey has provided some insight on how important the appearance of an establishment is for the consumers. In fact, one survey shows that more than 50% of people will choose not to shop at a specific establishment if they believe it looks dingy and dirty. You could be losing out on customers each day if your store does not look clean or professional enough. [Read More]

  • What You Need To Know About Putting Your Firearms In Long-Term Storage

    Many people say storing guns off-site essentially renders them useless. However, there are times when you have to put firearms into long-term storage, such as when you're relocating or have run out of storage space in your house. To ensure your guns remain functional and beautiful, here are a few tips for storing firearms for a long period of time. Get Permission First Before doing anything else, make sure it's okay with the self-storage facility to put guns in the unit. [Read More]

  • 4 Custom Casket Options to Honor Animal Lovers

    Whether it's owning pets, working with animals, or choosing to support various animal activities, being an animal lover comes naturally for many people. It's only fitting that when a loved one passes away, that you would celebrate their life and the love for animals that they had. One of the biggest planning stages of a funeral is select a casket. As you browse through casket designs, there are several different decorative elements to choose from that can speak of your loved one's connection to animals. [Read More]

  • 3 Copier Features that Can Help Reduce Paper Waste in the Office

    While providing sufficient tools and resources in the office is crucial to ensuring optimal productivity, it's also crucial that your workplace takes appropriate steps to limit the amount of paper waste that they generate on a regular basis. Some employees are trigger happy when it comes to printing off documents, and this has resulted in the average office worker using 10,000 sheets of copy paper each year. Limiting paper waste can be difficult; however, these 3 copier features have been found to be rather effective in keeping overall paper usage at an all-time low. [Read More]

  • Understanding Air Compressor Specifications And Choosing The Right Device For Your Home Project

    If you are completing a heavy-duty construction project, like replacing the roof on your home or adding a new deck, then it is wise to use pneumatic tools to complete your work. Pneumatic tools, like air-driven nailers, can substantially reduce the amount of time the project takes. They can also reduce muscle stress. This is ideal if you have little upper body strength. If you do want to use pneumatic tools, then you can rent them. [Read More]

  • Winterizing Tips For Your Garden Pond

    With winter coming, it's important to make sure that your garden pond is properly prepared. Here are some tips to help you keep your pond healthy during the winter months. 1. Keep it clear. As the leaves fall, be sure to clear them out before the water freezes. Leaves release tannic acid as they decompose, which will drastically affect the pH of the pool. Also, decomposing plant matter in the water increases the levels of methane gas as winter progresses. [Read More]

  • New Business Owner Enlisting Your First Contractors? How Can You Ensure The Work Will Be Finished?

    If you've recently launched your own business, you may still be adjusting to the myriad demands on your time and attention as a business owner -- from making the marketing decisions that will provide the most bang for your advertising buck to handling disputes between employees or complaints from dissatisfied customers. Enlisting contractors to repair or make improvements to your building can also seem like a much more complicated process than when you were a civilian. [Read More]