Month: March 2018

Roof Replacement Guide

I’ve been in the construction business for over a decade now, and I’ve pretty much seen all there is to see when it comes to home construction, roof installations/replacements, wiring in the home, plumbing stuff and everything else you can find as part of building/restoring a home. As both I and my team specialize in roof replacement, I usually get asked very similar questions from (future) homeowners, tenants that need help with their roofing or curious newbies who are looking to get some information on the way things work in the business. So, I’ve decided to put together a...

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Finding the Right Nursing Home for Your Elderly Parents

When it comes time to place an elderly parent or grandparent in a nursing home, it’s imperative that time and care is taken to ensure your vulnerable family member is somewhere safe and comfortable. It’s awful to consider, but there have been some terrible reports of abuse and neglect in nursing homes. This was the case in California when Dolan Law Firm took on the allegation of neglect after a senior died at a nursing facility due to undiagnosed and untreated bed sores. The case ended with a settlement just short of $915,000, a small price to pay for...

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The Top Things You Can Do to Become a Better Photographer

Whether you’re a simple amateur photographer who wants to be the go-to photographer of your family or friends or you’re looking for a way to make photography your ultimate career, taking brilliant photographs and being an excellent photographer isn’t easy. But the good news is, with the right amount of practice and training, it can be done. Some are lucky enough to have an inherent talent for photography, whilst some may have to learn from the ground up. But even those who are inherently talented will still have to practice as much as they can in order to enhance...

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Remote Work Comes at a Price

There’s no doubt about the fact that a much larger portion of the world’s workforce than ever before is moving towards the practice of working and collaborating more remotely, but even in the most intriguing of the lives of so-called digital nomads there are some serious drawbacks. For all that it offers (and there is plenty that it offers), remote work comes at a price and I mean that quite literally. You’d be very lucky to earn the same wages as someone doing the exact same job you’re doing remotely, but for the fact that they’re employed permanently. There...

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