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How To Get Your Labradoodle Breeding Business Noticed In Your Community

Being a breeder of a designer dog, such as the labradoodle, can be profitable: some designer pups are worth even more than their purebred parents are. In the dog breeding world, the right combination of popular breeds can be financially worth it: people may be lining up to buy your pups before they're even born, which brings you financial security and allows you to keep your prices competitive and in your favor. Read More 

Is Now A Good Time To Sell Gold Jewelry?

As the pandemic is front and center on the minds of many, there are others who are simply worried about feeding their families. For some families, this comes down to making simple choices about things like the decision to sell gold jewelry to help put food on the table and keep the lights on while facing unemployment, lower wages, fewer hours, and other calamities related to the virus that is sweeping the nation. Read More 

Dreaming Of A Green Christmas

It's no secret that there are too many single-use items clogging the waste stream these days. The holidays can be wrought with single-use items -- disposable tableware, wrapping paper and bags, and in some cases, the gifts. Fortunately, there are reusable options available for greening up your holiday celebration so that it's less wasteful and more environmentally friendly. Tableware Holiday entertaining and gift exchanges usually include a shared meal or snacks. Read More 

3 Reasons Frac Water Should Be Cleaned

If you are involved in the fracking business, then you probably aren't new to dealing with frac water. As you probably already know, frac water cannot be reused without being cleaned. If you aren't sure of whether or not it's worth it to work with a frac water cleaning business to make the water usable, think about these key reasons why it is worthwhile to do this. 1. It's Easier Than You Might Think Read More 

4 Items That Will Make RV Camping Easier On Your Body

Setting off on a camping trip in your RV is certainly fun. But it can also be rather challenging on your body! If you arrive back from every camping trip feeling exhausted, sore, and strained, you need to make a change. Here are four items that will make the RV camping experience easier on your body. A Hitchgrip Carrying Tool Carrying the awkwardly shaped hitch assembly to your truck, trying to hold it in place while you attach it, and then doing it all again when you detach it can be really hard on your back. Read More