Toiletries – If you are stopping at a hotel even once or twice, don’t bother carrying your own shampoo, soap, or toothpaste from home. Hotels throw away the little bottles of toiletries even if you don’t use them, so take them! If you have to take your own supplies from home, measure them into smaller containers. Put those into plastic zip-lock bags in case of leakage. Do not overfill the small containers – contents may expand in the heat.
Potential homebuyers could drive by in the evening to see the neighborhood and you do not want your property to be dark and dreary. Move onto the inside of your home. Are there any persistent smells? If you are trying to sell your home, you will want to cover up any bad smells like greasy foods, cat litter box or other troublesome odors. Many real estate agents will suggest baking cookies or bread before a visit, lighting candles before you show your home and numerous other tricks to ensure a positive smell when you future buyers walk through the door.
Ibuprofen: A long day of riding can result in muscles soreness and/or stiffness. A muscle relaxer like Ibuprofen taken before bed, and can help the rider wake up more comfortable and ready for more riding.
We also bought our gas and had our cars serviced by J.B. Webb at the Esso station. J.B. was our neighbor, and took excellent care of our vehicles. We trusted him. In today’s world where so much of everything is virtual, visit a local, small business retailer this weekend and enjoy the real-time, personal service.
There are Canopy beds, which have soft fabric flowing down. It ensures king size comfort while sleeping. You will also fitness evolution couches, which your pet can proudly call his own furniture. Another kind of bed for your small dog is throw beds that furnish your dog’s wish of sleeping near you. This way, you can simply shift his place of sleeping according to climate and his specific comfort.
Small map: When riding a motorcycle on a long trip you may not have a lot of space to carry a large atlas, small maps to desired travel areas can be helpful.
Even though you may not want your very own snow cone empire, the point above can apply in a different way. This business model allows you to operate it in addition to your regular job. If you work a normal 40 hr/week job as many do, then this may be a great part-time project. Once your stand is up and running it shouldn’t too difficult to hire kids to work during the day and then you can handle the other work at night. My most recent snow cone stand had high school kids work during the day and weekends, and i split the profits with a friend for him to make ice and syrup, pay the rent and payroll, and make deposits. I was running this business putting in less than 5 hours per week.