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Brands worth to talk: Young Living

April 22, 2020

Since we do appreciate the brands that work with us here at Alejandra’s, and we do promote the entrepreneurship of startups or small businesses, the series “Brand worth to talk” is here! We do support our community and their excellent delivered work and ideas, and all of them that work in their team. While we understand that big brands and businesses are needed for selling, exporting/importing and buying, we are always looking out for new ideas and small business families…

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Helping Someone Transition Out of the Military: 5 Tips

April 8, 2020

By Dylan Bartlett   Each year, thousands of military personnel retire and begin their transition into civilian life. Naturally, this transition can be incredibly difficult for both new veterans and their families. However, there are ways in which you can prepare and help the entire process go far more smoothly.   1. Prepare Financially Depending on how long and in which branch someone serves, they may receive an annual base pay between $20,000 and nearly $190,000. Regardless of how much…

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Brands worth to talk: Tot Knots of Brighton

April 7, 2020

Since we do appreciate the brands that work with us here at Alejandra’s, and we do promote the entrepreneurship of startups or small businesses, the series “Brand worth to talk” is here! We do support our community and their excellent delivered work and ideas, and all of them that work in their team. While we understand that big brands and businesses are needed for selling, exporting/importing and buying, we are always looking out for new ideas and small business families…

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House improvements that will save you money

April 1, 2020

By Ron Wolf   It’s the dream of every homeowner to cut back on their bills and save some extra money every month. The bad news is that you’ll always need power, water, and heating, so cutting back on those doesn’t seem feasible. Well, it actually is! Homeowners aren’t aware of just how easy it is to save up on monthly bills with a few adjustments to their homes. With that saved money you can create a small but effective…

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Moving during the coronavirus pandemic – how to keep everyone safe

March 27, 2020
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By Sally Norton   Most of the world is in a state of lockdown right now. Basically everyone is cooped up in their homes to avoid spreading the coronavirus. This is obviously disruptive to our daily routines, but some things we simply cannot postpone, even in times like these. And despite how it sounds, moving during the coronavirus pandemic is indeed one of those things. The fact that the moving industry remains one of the very few that’s still working…

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Searching for a New Place? Remember These 5 Tenant Rights

March 24, 2020

By Dylan Bartlett   If you’re on the hunt for a new place, you likely have a checklist already in-hand. But a washer and dryer set isn’t the only must-have that should be at the top of your concerns. Every tenant needs to know their rights before they sign a lease. No two landlords are the same — and if you’re not well informed beforehand, your situation can go downhill. Here are a few tenant rights to keep in mind…

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How to keep yourself positive as an entrepreneur

March 23, 2020
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By Sally Norton   Being an entrepreneur is never easy. Not only do you have to struggle to make your ideas into reality, but you also need to keep track of things that regular working people don’t even consider. Things like health, sleep, food, and even your mood can have a huge impact on your productivity and efficiency, which is why every entrepreneur needs to keep track of them. So, how are you to keep yourself positive as an entrepreneur…

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5 Common Scams and Easy Ways to Avoid Them

March 20, 2020

By Dylan Bartlett   When you enter adulthood, there are many life lessons you’ll learn along the way. It’s impossible to know how to handle every situation without living through a few first. That’s why so many people of all ages fall for scams every day. Scammers take advantage of people to make a profit. Some may prey on specific age groups, but everyone is at risk of falling for a scam even if you’ve never experienced it before. There…

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Small Business Marketing Trends for 2020

March 3, 2020

By Stella Ryne   Marketing is constantly evolving to include new interesting platforms and methods. While large-scale marketing strategies might have previously been the sole domain of larger businesses, this isn’t necessarily the case nowadays. It’s now a lot easier for smaller businesses to utilize modern marketing trends and reach huge swathes of consumers. When applied properly, marketing tactics on and offline can propel a business to new heights. Here are some trends that could come in handy for any…

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