Why Small Business Funding Can Be the Answer to Your Problems

In rесеnt уеаrѕ, unemployment rаtеѕ hаvе risen tо higher lеvеlѕ thаn еvеr bеfоrе, whісh hаѕ rеѕultеd іn mаnу people dесіdіng tо ѕtаrt thеіr оwn ѕmаll buѕіnеѕѕеѕ. Whіlе ѕmаll buѕіnеѕѕ ownership іѕ a gооd thіng, mаnу еntrерrеnеurѕ саn, іn fасt, bеnеfіt grеаtlу frоm uѕіng ѕmаll buѕіnеѕѕ loans оr оthеr tуреѕ...

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The Nuances of Flavor: How to Make Pour-Over Coffee at Home That’ll Rock Your Taste Buds

There’s never been a better time to dive into the world of coffee. Coffee yields have brought prices down, the lowest ever since 2006. You can refine your coffee-drinking experience by learning how to make pour-over coffee. It all starts with a bag of fresh coffee beans, roasted, and ground for each cup. Once you’ve found your favorite blend, it’s all about how you’ll brew...

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Sharpen the Knives: 8 Tips to Cut Your Grocery Budget

The average American household spends over $7000 on groceries per year. That number increases with each passing year as food prices inflate. How are you supposed to stick to your budget when groceries are so expensive? It’s possible to save money on groceries if you get strategic. You don’t have to buy what flyers and commercials tell you to. Each family is unique in their preferences and budget.

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Eat This, Not That: 5 Healthy Cookie Recipes Even Your Kids Will Love

Most American children consume about 32 teaspoons of sugar a day. That’s over 3 times the recommended limit! Many of us adults aren’t faring much better. Trouble is, it’s hard to cut down your children’s sugar intake without seeming like a party pooper. The good news is, you can still spoil them with healthy cookie recipes that leave out the bad stuff while maxing out on the...

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