How A Live Answering Service Can Help Your Medical Clinic

28 March 2016
 Categories: Business, Articles

If you are a doctor running a busy medical clinic, you have to play several roles. You have to wear a business owner hat as well as as your doctor's hat, and that doesn't even take into account your personal life. For the sake of achieving a work-life balance, you have to step away from the office once in awhile, but that doesn't mean your calls need to go to voicemail. Read More 

Upgrading Your Chain Link Fence With Plants And Faux Ivy

19 February 2016
 Categories: Business, Articles

When you purchase a pre-owned home, chances are some features of the house, such as the fencing, do not live up to your exact aesthetic and practical standards. If your home came with a basic, chain link fence to cordon off your property, you may feel like the structure does not enhance the beauty of your home or provide enough privacy. However, you do not have to be resigned to living with a metal fence that is an eyesore. Read More 

What Should You Know About Moving During Your Third Trimester?

26 January 2016
 Categories: Business, Articles

Whether you're just planning a move across town or are heading to another state (or even coast), you may be wondering how you'll ever get everything on your to-do list accomplished before it's time to wave goodbye to your home. These ordinary moving concerns can be magnified significantly if you're planning your move while entering your third trimester. What should you know about your health and safety when moving during your last few months of pregnancy? Read More 

3 Reasons You Should Consider The Cost To Benefit Ratio When Purchasing Office Furniture

23 December 2015
 Categories: Business, Articles

If you are setting up your office for the first time or you're on a tight budget, your first concern when purchasing office furniture may be the price. However, it is important to not automatically purchase the cheapest furniture. Instead, you should look at the long-term benefits of more expensive, well-featured furniture and determine whether they justify the additional cost. Your office furniture should be considered a long-term investment that can save you money in many areas of your business if you choose the right furniture. Read More 

Who Will Pay For Your Damaged Grave Marker?

5 December 2015
 Categories: Business, Articles

Grave markers vary in price depending on the type, size, and material they are made out of. They can run in price from a couple hundred dollars to well over $10,000. No matter what you pay for it, once you purchase one, you do not want to have to be responsible for the cost of repairing or replacing it. But what happens when you come to visit the grave months or even years later and notice that this marker has been damaged? Read More