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6 Home-Based Business Services You Can Start in Your New Community

Moving to a new community will be challenging enough, especially when you do not have any idea what to expect from your neighbors and the culture surrounding the unfamiliar environment. You will have to perform research before you decide on buying a house and land for your next home. However, the necessity increases if you

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Adjusting to a New Community: What to Prepare For

  Moving to a new home can be an exciting event, especially when you made the proper preparations for it. You will be coming up with a checklist to help you gather your belongings and transport them to your next shelter, starting a new life in unfamiliar territory. However, you will have to adjust even

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Addressing Corruption in Your Homeowners Association

A homeowners association is essential in many residential complexes. The organization normally charges a fee to all residents, which will be spent on maintenance, master insurance, community utilities, and other services that the whole community benefits from. The HOA dues are comparable to taxes, and the board members are like the government officials. Sadly, the little power

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Retirement Dreams: Essential Tips Before Retiring Overseas

Many people have an idea of what they want to do and where to live when they retire, and many of them think of moving to another country. You’ve heard of many expatriates who have chosen to live in some tropical paradise, and on the outside, it seems idyllic. Their pension enables them to live

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How to Deal with Your Kids’ Questions About the Bible

It is natural for kids to be curious about the world that they live in. Now, they are exploring the many parts of your house. They are curious about the simplest things such as washing the dishes and watering the plants. Soon enough, they will start to question many of the things you tell them.

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Washington Laws Make It Illegal to Kill Bigfoot

Washington Laws Make It Illegal to Kill Bigfoot, If He Exists

Featured Image from: People Unicorns, yetis, and gnomes – around the world, people have their own legends surrounding countless mythical creatures. And in many cases, various cultures have strange rules on how to handle these creatures if you either want to survive or earn wealth or fortune from them. If seamen encounter a mermaid, for

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Occupational Safety in the Philippines: A Closer Look at the New Law

In August 2018, President Rodrigo Duterte signed a law that ensures the employees’ safety in their workplace. It may sound irrelevant to some, but a closer look at the statistics tells us that occupational safety law is a long-overdue reform. Most Common Occupational Injuries According to the most recent survey by the Philippine Statistics Authority

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How Governments Can Decrease Poverty Rates in the City

How Governments Can Decrease Poverty Rates in the City

The current poverty rate of the United States stands at 12.3 percent, or around 39.7 million Americans living below the poverty line. While the numbers are much lower than last year, it’s important to note that these numbers were measured by households, which means it does not include those living in poverty as homeless people,

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