Author Archives: Jim

Moving Advice To Note

By | 09/30/2017

Is a move on your radar? Is it time to starting planning and prepping for it? Jot down your own to do list of the big tasks and the big to do list matters that need to be done for your move. Then take a look at this list and compare, add, and revise so […]

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Changes Big And Small

By | 09/06/2017

We all know that change can be difficult. It can be welcomed, yes, but nine times out of ten there is a certain amount of discomfort when change occurs. Do not be alarmed. Try and embrace the change, especially if it is inevitable. Change can come in so many different forms. It can be a […]

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Quality When Applicable

By | 03/31/2017

Have you ever worked on a project and you just needed better tools? Say you literally needed a higher quality of tools and then you job as the creator or engineer would be so much more simple. That is the beauty of being prepared and having high quality tools. You get to do things right […]

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Think Globally For Your Needs To Be Met

By | 03/02/2017

Have you ever gotten a quote to have something fixed around your house? Or maybe something was never broken, but you wanted to remodel your kitchen for example. Did you shop around? Get conversations going with cost estimates, timelines, etc? If you did, good job! If you jumped at the first one that came your […]

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This Is For Your Better

By | 08/27/2016

San Francisco is a beautiful city full of life and things to do. Oh yes there are many things to do and you can do them all if you wish! Well things do cost money as well, so you may not get to do everything you wish to do. Are you a business that wishes […]

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When Financing Is Available

By | 09/18/2015

Life happens. If you have lived any amount of time on this third rock from the sun, you very well know that life happens. For a child this means that skinned knees happen, milk spills, and friendships do not always last. As an adult this means that there will be taxes, death, and unfortunate events […]

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