Three Characteristics Professional Jewelers Look For In Cufflinks

Posted on: 13 March 2019

Whether you're buying a pair of cufflinks to go with a new suit or you're giving this men's clothing accessory as a gift, you have a few options about where to shop. Your first instinct might be to browse the selection at your local men's clothing store. You should also give some consideration to what your local jewelry store might have in stock — especially if you're looking for cufflinks that are a little higher end.
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Four Best Practices For Preventing Mold Growth In Residential Properties

Posted on: 13 March 2019

Mold infestations in residential properties are potentially responsible for a variety of adverse health conditions among household residents and visitors. Infants, young children, senior citizens, and those with compromised immune systems are most at risk, although anyone can potentially suffer from allergies to household mold. Although symptoms include contact dermatitis and itchy, watery eyes, respiratory distress is the major factor in mold allergies. In severe cases, it can even lead to bleeding lungs and serious cases of asthma that result in hospitalization.
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Six Common Mistakes That Sometimes Cause Women To Lose Motivation In Their Professional Lives

Posted on: 13 March 2019

Women who lose motivation in their professional lives often struggle with career stagnation. If things get out of hand, they could even start to dread going to work every day and struggle to meet the basic requirements of their jobs. Fortunately, there are a lot of things women can do to stay motivated on the job. By avoiding the following six common mistakes, women can stay motivated in their careers and reach their full professional potential: 
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Three Times to Hire a Home Inspector for New Construction

Posted on: 12 March 2019

Everyone knows — or should know — that hiring a home inspector to evaluate a house before you finalize the purchase agreement is a good idea. In fact, it is essential to the home buying process. You want to know every little detail about the house, from how old the furnace is to the fact that a GFCI plug is missing from the downstairs bathroom.  Older homes, particularly those with many previous owners, have secrets that only a qualified inspector can discover.
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