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Starting a Business on a Budget

From the time I was a young boy, I always knew I wanted to be my own business owner. Later in life, I ended up working in an office and barely making ends meet. I kept telling myself that I couldn't start my own business until I saved up a certain amount of money or finally cleaned up my credit and got approved for a loan. Eventually, I realized that if I wanted to start a business, I just could not wait any longer and had to do it on a tight budget. I made things work, and I am now a successful business owner. I learned a lot while building my business and still learn every day, so I decided to start a blog to help other new business owners. I plan to post many tips, so come back often for new tips.


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If you just rented space to start your own coin operated laundry business, you are most likely excited about the prospect in providing a necessary service to those in your community while bringing home some cash in the process. Here are some tips you can use within your new business to help draw in customers during the beginning days of your new money-making venture. Advertise The Opening Well In Advance Read More 

Getting Ready To Move Into An Old Houseboat? Clean The Carpets Before Moving In

Houseboats are a unique breed of property. They are not that common, which is also partly due to the fact that they need to be on a safe body of water to work well in the first place. But, there is no denying that they have a special kind of charm to them, so it may have been your dream to live in one. If this is becoming a reality, you should take a few steps to get the place ready before bringing furniture inside. Read More 

3 Ways That A New Point-Of-Sale System Can Help Prevent Order Errors Within Your Restaurant

In a restaurant setting, order errors can be a big deal. Customers can get upset when they don't get what they order, and some mistakes can cause even bigger issues, such as triggering allergy reactions. One great way to cut down on order errors is to invest in a new, modern point-of-sale system that is designed for use in restaurants. Then, this system can be used to put in accurate, customized orders and to easily share information between waitstaff or other order-takers and kitchen staff. Read More 

Tips For Making Moving Easier On Yourself

Many people find that they dread moving because of the hassle of it. While this is understandable, there are many things that can be done in order to make sure that you are making it as easy of a process for yourself as possible. To help you with this, you will want to make use of the following tips. Rent A Moving Box It can be stressful to try to load all of your belongings into a moving truck in one day. Read More 

Three Reasons To Install A Faux Ivy Privacy Fence

Most people like the look ofEnglish ivy. This is a clean looking broad leaf plant that will grow almost everywhere. Unfortunately, once you begin to grow it, the plant can become hard to manage. It will literally take over if you are not diligent with your care. A win-win situation would be to create the look and the privacy offered by ivy climbing up your patio railings or walls without having to worry about the care. Read More