How To Customize Your Lip Balm Labels To Stand Out From The Crowd

Posted on: 29 August 2016

Whether you plan to sell your lip balm at fairs, farmer's markets, or in local stores, it's important to design custom labels that will help your products stand out from the competition. Your labels should give customers an idea of what to expect when purchasing and using your lip balms, and they'll make it easy for people to quickly identify your products among any others that are nearby. Consider using the following tips and tricks when creating your labels to optimize their performance:
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What Was In There?!? Some Of The Oddest And Creepiest Things You Can (Legally) Store In A Self Storage Unit

Posted on: 7 August 2016

Self storage facility proprietors have seen some very strange things left in old storage units. Only in very rare cases have illegal items been found. However, that does not seem to stop people from attempting to store some of the strangest things ever. Here is a list of the oddest things you can (legally!) store in your self-storage unit. Ashes of Dead Relatives While it might be in very poor taste, you can store the ashes of your dead relatives in their urns in your storage unit.
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Construction Equipment You Will Need When Tackling a DIY Tree-Removal Project

Posted on: 25 July 2016

That big tree may have once served a purpose, but now it is little more than an eyesore on your property that gets in the way and may even be a hazard to your home. If you are a homeowner who takes pride in tackling jobs and tasks on your own, you may be tempted to grab a chainsaw and get started on the tree removal process. Even though removing a tree may seem like a pretty straightforward process, there are a few pieces of construction equipment you should pick up at a rental store that will make the job go more smoothly.
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Five Ways for Caregivers to Battle Compassion Fatigue

Posted on: 6 July 2016

If you spend large amounts of your time being the main caregiver for someone, then you likely know the toll caregiving can take. Compassion fatigue is a term used to describe the burnout that many caregivers experience and is brought on by the responsibilities and emotional stress that caring for a terminally ill or incapacitated individual can bring. Learn to identify the signs of compassion fatigue before it impacts your job, your clients, or your health.
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