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How to stop a semi truck in an emergency

To avoid a collision in an emergency situation, if evasive steering isn’t possible then braking becomes the only option left. In general, it’s usually safer to make a quick stop than an evasive turn if there’s enough room to do so. Even if the semi truck cannot be brought to a full stop, the impact of the collision will not be as hard. Professional truck drivers use can use these tips and guidelines for bringing their semi truck to a safe stop.
Views 1443 | Rating 9 | Comments 0| Date Feb 20, 2008
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How to make lobster thermidor

Lobster thermidor was created in 1894 by Marie's, a Paris restaurant near the theater Comedie Francaise to honor the opening of the play Thermidor by Victorien Sardou. Unlike the recipe, the play was not a critical success, and is rarely performed. Due to some extensive preparation involved, lobster thermidor is usually considered a recipe primarily for special occasions. But the methods described here are not that difficult and, with a little time set aside to prepare, this incredible dish could be on the dinner table tonight. Bon Apetite!
Views 1236 | Rating 3 | Comments 0| Date Feb 20, 2008
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How to bake an apple walnut tart with butterscotch glaze

Tarts, the European equivalent of American pies, have become very popular in the U.S. over the last few decades. Besides tasting great, they are very beautiful topped with colorful apples arranged in geometric patterns and glazed to a high shine. This deep dish tart is a wintertime favorite for the festive holiday season. The unsweetened fruit and rich butterscotch glaze create a happy interplay on the tongue. the walnut pieces add crunch and a pleasant toastiness. Serves 12.
Views 720 | Rating 0 | Comments 0| Date Feb 20, 2008
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How to steer a semi truck in an emergency

The best way to handle an emergency is to avoid it in the first place, most happen when drivers make mistakes. Professional semi truck drivers reduce the chance of accidents by learning to recognize possible emergencies and to practice defensive driving techniques. Evasive steering is often the safest maneuver for getting out of or avoiding an emergency situation without hitting the brakes in a panic.
Views 1138 | Rating 1 | Comments 0| Date Feb 23, 2008
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How to slide the tandem axles on a semi truck

The positions of the axles are important for a professional truck driver to understand if he or she wants to safely and legally haul a load. Many semi trucks have sliding tandem axles that are mounted directly on the frame rails under the trailer. When the weight of the load being carried is unbalanced, some of it can be transferred to the truck by sliding the axles of the trailer. This important function can adjust the off-tracking of the trailer, effect the turning radius of the rig, and shift the balance of the weight between truck and trailer axles.
Views 1603 | Rating 6 | Comments 1| Date Feb 23, 2008
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How to make a beautiful kitchen

The kitchen is often the heartbeat of a home. Of all the rooms in our lives, the kitchen can feed the soul and become the comforting place to be at any time of the day. Even when size and financial constraints are an issue, it’s easy to make a kitchen beautiful. By focusing on the aesthetic and sensuous elements of your kitchen, along with remaining practical and organized, you’ll make the process of meal preparation and presentation more satisfying.
Views 1269 | Rating 1 | Comments 0| Date Feb 26, 2008
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How to enhance and improve food flavor

Because taste is such an individual thing, one secret to good cooking is variety. We can all become deadened to taste if we don’t have surprise flavors in our everyday food to add some zip. Take any or all of these ideas and keep them handy in your kitchen. Collect more as you expand your culinary horizons and improve the food flavors in the meals that you prepare and serve.
Views 913 | Rating 1 | Comments 1| Date Feb 27, 2008
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How to make Beef Wellington with a bordelaise sauce

Beef Wellington conjures up images of the famous nineteenth-century English general, the vanquisher of Napoleon, and later, his nation's prime minister. Strangely, references to this dish are hard to find in British cookbooks. However, it seems likely that this technique of encasing beef in pastry, which was popular back then, was named for the national hero. This is a dish for a special occasion, and it makes a fine alternative to the ubiquitous Thanksgiving turkey.
Views 1127 | Rating 1 | Comments 1| Date Feb 29, 2008
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How to make a Monte Cristo sandwich

Top of any sandwich connoisseur’s favorites is this classic delight, a hybrid of French toast with grilled ham and cheese. Restaurants vary from place to place about exactly how this is cooked, whether on a flat top grill or in a deep-fat fryer. The latter is much quicker but also more greasy, and most people don’t have the machinery in their kitchens. This preparation method takes almost twice as long to make, but it’s healthier and naturally more flavorful. Any meal you make just doesn’t get any better than when you make a Monte Cristo sandwich. Serves 2.
Views 798 | Rating 2 | Comments 0| Date Feb 29, 2008
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How to bake macadamia encrusted halibut with orange sauce

Here’s a popular fine dining dish that can be served with confidence. Anyone who tries a bite of this will come back for another, whether they eat fish regularly or not. Halibut is wonderfully delicate in flavor, soft and flaky in texture. The encrusted macadamias give a crunchiness in appearance and taste, and work well with the sweet citrus cream drizzled over your creation. Serves 2.
Views 752 | Rating 0 | Comments 0| Date Feb 29, 2008
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How to make a bathroom more beautiful and elegant

The bathroom was originally designed to be purely functional, now it’s a place for pleasure and luxury. Great enjoyment can be gained from turning necessity into a sensuous act. One room away from your bedroom retreat, the bathroom becomes an inner sanctuary to refresh and renew yourself. How can you enrich this room and the time you spend in it? Take a step back and look at the atmosphere of your bathroom to make it more attractive and functional, more beautiful and elegant.
Views 5445 | Rating 0 | Comments 0| Date Mar 1, 2008
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How to make a German chocolate cake

This cake was not actually invented in Germany. The original recipe was sent by a homemaker in Dallas to a newspaper in Texas in 1957. It used Baker’s German’s Sweet Chocolate, which was created in 1852 by an Englishman named Sam German for the Baker’s Chocolate brand. The cake became very popular when General Foods, which owned Baker’s Chocolate at the time, sent the recipe to other newspapers in the country. This is clearly for people who like sweet desserts. Serves 12.
Views 987 | Rating 2 | Comments 0| Date Mar 1, 2008
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How to show appreciation for your friends and family

Aristotle said friendship is the thing most necessary to life. We long for the affection of others. One of the measures of how we are managing from day to day is the way others feel about us. We care when our friends are fine and we worry when they are not. In order to communicate that we care, we often have to actually do something, to take action. There are so many wonderful ways to express our warm feelings and show appreciation toward others. By giving and sharing and serving, we can create and maintain those meaningful personal relationships we have with our friends and family.
Views 992 | Rating 1 | Comments 0| Date Mar 1, 2008
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How to eat a whole fish

Once you master this easily learned craft, you’ll love eating whole fish at the table.
Views 1012 | Rating -2 | Comments 1| Date Mar 1, 2008
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How to make a terrine of foie gras

Today, it’s virtually impossible to find a menu from a top restaurant the doesn’t include something made with fresh foie gras, a duck or goose liver product that dates back to the Egyptians of 2500 B.C. Thankfully, availability of fresh foie gras (pronounced: fooah-grah) is only as far as your higher-end grocery stores or markets. The effort is worth it, especially for anyone who hasn’t experienced this extreme delight. Even people who hate liver are often won over by the extraordinary taste and creamy texture. Serves 18 as a first course appetizer or brunch item.
Views 880 | Rating 1 | Comments 0| Date Mar 1, 2008
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How to make apple cranberry cobbler

Apples and cranberries are a well-loved combination. This is a great cold weather dessert that’s perfect for the holiday table. Cobblers are like deep-dish pies except that they have no bottom crust. Traditionally, cobblers have been topped with biscuit dough, however, this recipe is topped with a light buttermilk cake batter which makes for a more balanced dessert. Serves 12.
Views 813 | Rating 0 | Comments 0| Date Mar 1, 2008
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How to make blackberry lime cobbler

Cobblers are one of the simplest and most delicious ways to take advantage of the abundance of summer or winter fruits. They are like deep-dish pies except that they have no bottom crust. Traditionally, cobblers have been topped with biscuit dough, however, this recipe is topped with a light buttermilk cake batter which makes for a more balanced dessert. Serves 12.
Views 909 | Rating 0 | Comments 0| Date Mar 1, 2008
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How to make a blueberry lemon cake

This striking cake is a study in blue and white. Its lively flavor comes from the simple combination of lemony whipped cream and fresh blueberries. Serves 12.
Views 786 | Rating 0 | Comments 0| Date Mar 1, 2008
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How to make broiled halibut steaks

Halibut is one of the finest eating of any fish in the world. It’s meat is firm and flaky when cooked, and has a delicate flavor that will please anyone. It comes to the market weighing anywhere from 25 to 300 pounds. From the largest fish, steaks are out of the question; these big ones are cut into fillets. From the smaller fish, either steaks or fillets are available. If you can find it, fresh spring halibut from Alaska is a special treat. Out of season, you’ll have to purchase fresh-frozen from your grocery store. Either way, buy the thickest steaks possible. Serves 4.
Views 1273 | Rating 4 | Comments 1| Date Mar 3, 2008
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How to make Cajun Popcorn

This variation is from the original recipe made famous by Paul Prudhomme, the Cajun culinary god. The New Orleans dish is so named because they’re eaten by the handful, just like popcorn. Because crawfish tails are not widely available, this dish is more likely to be made with small-sized 60-80 shrimp, usually called popcorn shrimp (the numbers refer to the piece count per pound). You can use which ever shellfish you choose or that is available, the recipe remains the same in either case. Serves 8 as an appetizer, or 3 to 4 as an entrée.
Views 1005 | Rating 0 | Comments 0| Date Mar 3, 2008
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How to make Canandian cheese soup

This is a wonderful soup to enjoy in the chilly season, warm and comforting, and it becomes a meal in itself with the addition of oven-fresh sourdough or French bread. What really defines this particular recipe is the addition of beer at the end of the cooking process! What beer is to be used can be any light amber that you have available but to be true to the moniker, it should be a Canadian brew like Molson’s, Labatt, or Moosehead. You’ll never want for another cheese soup again once you’ve tasted this delight. Serves 6 to 8.
Views 994 | Rating 1 | Comments 0| Date Mar 9, 2008
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How to make chocolate cream pie

This is an update of a traditional American favorite, even more chocolaty than you remember because the shell is painted with chocolate before the filling goes in. Serves 10.
Views 996 | Rating 1 | Comments 1| Date Mar 9, 2008
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How to make clam hash

This is an old-time, comfort-food classic that has achieved new popularity with the rise of high-level, informal dining, and the discovery that hash is “cool.” The soft steamer clam bellies play well against the crunchy potatoes. You can choose to use Steamer soft-shell clams from the Northeast United States or Razor soft-shell clams from either the East or West coast of the U.S., both are wonderfully flavorful and never turn rubbery when they’re cooked. Serves 4.
Views 809 | Rating 1 | Comments 0| Date Mar 9, 2008
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How to make Greek lamb stew with artichokes and orzo

Cooking this fabulous, subtle stew with bone-in lamb adds more to its flavor. This Greek lamb stew is finished off with the classic Mediterranean sauce, Avgolemono, which thickens with eggs and lemon mixed into the broth. Using the Dutch oven is the best cooking method, a thick-walled cooking pot, usually cast-iron, with a tight-fitting lid, that can be used both in the oven or on the stove top. Encourage your guests at the table to pick up the bony lamb chunks with their fingers while serving them the wine of the Greek gods, Retsina. Serves 6.
Views 1101 | Rating 0 | Comments 1| Date Mar 9, 2008
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How to make grilled swordfish steaks tapenade

Swordfish can run up to 13 feet long and weigh close to a thousand pounds. It has a firm, dense, compact structure with flesh that has a tan or coral shade. Swordfish has become one of the best-loved fish because of its meaty, almost chicken-like texture and “un-fishy” flavor that everyone can enjoy. Its heartiness makes this a fish that can be used with any bold seasonings without the fear of spoiling its natural heartiness. This recipe holds nothing back, flavor-wise, with the last minute addition of Tapenade: a Provencal paste made from olives, anchovies and garlic. Serves 6.
Views 1131 | Rating 0 | Comments 0| Date Mar 10, 2008
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How to make Huckleberry pie

Huckleberries grow wild in many areas and can be found in produce markets in summer, but usually only where they grow. They are similar to blueberries but smaller and with more noticeable seeds. Baked in a pie they are smooth and bright tasting. Serves 10.
Views 1075 | Rating 1 | Comments 0| Date Mar 10, 2008
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How to make Mediterranean tuna burgers

This recipe calls for the best quality cut of tuna you can find, first being Bluefin or Bigeye, and second being Yellowfin or Albacore. Fresh tuna’s appearance to beef is really emphasized when you make “hamburgers” out of it. Like beef burgers, tuna burgers should be cooked rare to medium-rare. Unlike beef burgers, the relatively tasteless tuna burgers are better when infused with strong flavorings. This flavorful dish goes in a Mediterranean direction with the addition of aioli, a garlic mayonnaise. Makes 4 tuna burgers.
Views 911 | Rating 1 | Comments 0| Date Mar 11, 2008
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How to make Pate Maison

Nearly every top restaurant has its own version of Pate Maison, or “House Specialty.” Pate is a meat loaf with a difference. For one thing, though both are made with ground and cooked meat, pate is served cold or at room temperature. More importantly, pate textures are more silky smooth and its flavors deeper, all as a result of the large amount of fat that goes into it. This process can take a few days to make, but the yielding sense of accomplishment and tremendous joy from eating it make the effort all worthwhile. Serves 12 as a first course.
Views 1008 | Rating 0 | Comments 1| Date Mar 11, 2008
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How to make stuffed baked veal chops

Veal has long been one of the most prized meats in cooking where its delicacy is considered to be a perfect foil for sauces. The hardest part is finding great veal, you’ll need to buy from a top-quality butcher or from a specialty store. There are three types of veal chops, shoulder chops, loin chops and the most desirable, the rib chop. The latter is the most expensive but also the more flavorful and juicier. This recipe has a wonderful meat stuffing made all the better with the addition of sweet raisins, and a sage au jus. Serves 4.
Views 1179 | Rating 1 | Comments 0| Date Mar 12, 2008
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How to make whole sauteed Dover sole

Cooking whole fish in a pan, in butter, is a wonderful way of encouraging a crisp, buttery exterior and a perfectly moist interior. And it just doesn’t get any better than doing it with whole Dover sole, especially when it’s just come in fresh from Holland. Each fish is under a pound after cleaning and removing the black skin on the upper side, so one Dover sole makes a perfect portion for one person. This is a preparation that’s so simple it may seem boring. But try it just once so you can see why this classic is irrefutably timeless! Serves 2.
Views 1328 | Rating 5 | Comments 0| Date Mar 12, 2008
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How to boost internet traffic to your blog

Web logs, popularly known as blogs, have become one of the hottest communication tools on the Web. Blogs encourage opinions and interaction while providing forums for people to create their own highly personal presentations to the Web audience. By allowing a search engine to index your blog, you’ll be increasing the opportunity for people to come to your site. To do this, you’ll need to first find your future readers out in the World Wide Web and direct them to your site using “targeted key words.” This article will explore how to boost internet traffic to your blog.
Views 808 | Rating 5 | Comments 0| Date Mar 18, 2008
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How to control insomnia

We’re all given the ability from birth to perform certain bodily functions like sleeping. Sleep is meant to revive us and get us ready to live for another day. It’s an innate ability that usually doesn’t take much effort at all. But for many people, sleeping isn’t as easy as that. Chronic insomnia occurs when a person has difficulty falling or maintaining sleep for at least three nights in a week, and for one month or longer. It’s a perplexing condition that drives some people to the brink of madness – nearly literally. There is hope, however, in learning to control insomnia.
Views 1053 | Rating 3 | Comments 3| Date Mar 18, 2008
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How to cut your grocery bills in half

There have been many articles and reports written explaining supposed ways to cut your grocery bills. Sure, you can eat only bargain noodles and generic beans. That will save a little money. Wash out those plastic bags and reuse them. That will save a few cents, too. But there is one sure way to cut your grocery bills in half that’s simple, and you can even still buy brand name items. Begin to buy your groceries using the system detailed in this article, and you’ll see savings from the first day.
Views 787 | Rating -2 | Comments 0| Date Mar 18, 2008
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How to decorate in a tropical chic style

Interior decorating has taken new heights with the cost-effective styles and trends available at most local department stores. You can construct some versatile and chic domains on a variety of budgets and themes. Tropical chic is one of the most popular looks today. This is not the multi-colored jungle look you might choose for a child's room. Instead, it might be defined as "lush minimalism" since it mixes lots of texture and intricate pattern with simple details and a few large accessories. Take the following ideas, and use them to decorate in a tropical chic style.
Views 3051 | Rating 26 | Comments 3| Date Mar 19, 2008
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How to do bartender tricks

For the mixologists out there, or bartenders, making tips is the best way to increase their income. Barkeeps use a variety of skills and methods to suggest a patron place monetary gifts on the bar for their taking. How they entertain can vary from witty stories and jokes to clever tricks and dares using any of the materials they have at their disposal from behind the counter. Hey, even if you’ve just got friends or family to mix drinks for from behind the bar at your home, you can always use some of these fun tricks for everyone’s entertainment.
Views 4088 | Rating 11 | Comments 2| Date Mar 19, 2008
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How to educate a child with ADHD

In the past, kids with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) were seen as the misunderstood problem students in school. Today, while the causes are not readily known, there have been many advances in the understanding and diagnosing of children and young adults with ADHD (or ADD, as it is often referred). Since a child’s learning curve is impacted by this disorder, parents and teachers can become understandably frustrated in the struggle for the child’s education. The good news is that there are many coping strategies to help educate a child with ADHD / ADD.
Views 1585 | Rating 22 | Comments 1| Date Mar 19, 2008
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How to find a missing person

It is not always necessary to hire a private investigator to search for a missing person. In fact, the time consuming task of investigating a missing person can be done by almost anyone. As long as a person understands and follows the procedure provided here, they can do the job of searching for a missing person as well as a hired detective.
Views 731 | Rating 3 | Comments 0| Date Mar 21, 2008
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How to get money you don't have to payback

Everyone has been, at some time or another, in dire need of cash. Many times the money cannot be paid back. Other times, a person might want to jump on an opportunity to buy something when they don’t have the necessary funds. Sure, a person can always borrow money from friends or relatives, but that can strain even the best relationships. Here are many different ideas to get money on your own without having to pay it back. Consider each of these, or brainstorm a twist of these ideas to make it fit your own particular situation.
Views 832 | Rating -5 | Comments 0| Date Mar 21, 2008
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How to handle an angry child with ADHD

Until just recently, the term Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) was virtually unheard of. Now, ADHD has gone from an obscure medical footnote to a household word in record time. Unfortunately, while this disorder is largely misunderstood, it remains the most prevalent chronic health condition among school age children. ADHD is frustrating, stressful, and can make even the most stoic person flustered. This article will examine some coping strategies on how to handle an angry child with ADHD.
Views 3791 | Rating 54 | Comments 10| Date Mar 21, 2008
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How to have good diction for public speaking

Speaking well can have a dramatic effect on your professional and private life. It is true that the impression you make on others often owes much more to how you speak—the pitch and expressiveness and clarity of your voice, for example—than to what you actually say. You can practice speaking from your diaphragm and changing the intonation and inflection that comes naturally. Here are some things for you to consider while you are practicing your diction for public speaking. Pay attention to them and implement them before speaking so they come naturally.
Views 3926 | Rating 40 | Comments 5| Date Mar 22, 2008
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How to hide your valuable assets and possessions

Hiding your life's treasures under a pillow or mattress won't safeguard them from a thief. However, this doesn't mean that a safety deposit box at your bank is the only place for them. The following ideas of where to locate a secret compartment will offer maximum security. Some of these ideas require some construction to the house, so are better for people who own their own homes. The remaining ones can be effectively used by apartment dwellers or renters. All of them can be used to hide your valuable assets and possessions.
Views 816 | Rating 0 | Comments 0| Date Mar 22, 2008
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How to make homemade pet food

As a responsible pet owner, you want to give your dog or cat the best care possible. Caring for your pet means feeding him the best diet you can. It may be easier to open a can or bag of pet food bought from the store, but it’s not always better than homemade meals prepared by their owner or caregiver. Also, store bought food usually costs more. Combining the best of both worlds can be a easy and inexpensive way for you to show your love for your best friend’s health and happiness. And a happy pet makes for a happy pet owner. Here’s how to make pet food…Bon appetite!
Views 957 | Rating -2 | Comments 0| Date Mar 22, 2008
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How to make your fish aquarium more beautiful

Furnishing your aquarium is an important process in creating a more beautiful tank. You will need to put in components that will not only make it look more beautiful and attractive, but will be clean and safe for the type of inhabitants you intend to keep.
Views 2132 | Rating 4 | Comments 1| Date Mar 22, 2008
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How to make your car last longer

According to insurance statistics, neglect of proper routine maintenance is the number one reason for the enormous increase in car repairs being required. With automobiles as your primary source of transportation, taking care of your car makes good sense. By following a preventative maintenance schedule, you can often double your car's life expectancy and spend less time visiting your local mechanic. Most of these suggestions are not very difficult to do, others will require a professional car mechanic. But all of them will, without a doubt, make your car last longer.
Views 1281 | Rating 16 | Comments 1| Date Mar 24, 2008
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How to publish your own cookbook

Every year, cookbooks are high on the list of the nation's bestsellers. The trouble is, there are so many cookbook writers and publishers that the odds of any one cookbook becoming a best seller are not much better than a new novel. But, it can be done! This article will show you how to publish your own cookbook. There are 3 approaches to publishing a cookbook for profit: accumulate popular recipe collections from other sources for public sale, collect recipes for sale to an organization or group, and create a “family” cookbook of favorite recipe collections for sale to family members.
Views 1644 | Rating 9 | Comments 0| Date Mar 24, 2008
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How to raise thousands of dollars in hours

Knock, Knock? Hey, it’s the lucky break you’ve been waiting for! You've just seen a chance to put together a great deal for yourself, a "can't miss" opportunity. Or you’ve got a chance to invest in someone else's business from “the ground floor.” Or maybe you've found the ideal property for your new home. But can you afford it? The challenge is that you need $10,000 cash, and right away! Actually, raising thousands of dollars in hours is easier than it sounds, and you can do it right now by using any of the ways shown here.
Views 887 | Rating -4 | Comments 1| Date Mar 24, 2008
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How to secure a merchant account to accept credit cards

You can greatly increase your business sales by accepting credit cards as payment. It's easy and convenient for the customer, and that makes it more likely for them to purchase from you. The only problem is that it's hard for some companies, especially smaller home-based businesses, to gain the ability to accept credit cards. Banks can be reluctant to authorize credit card acceptance. This means businesses not accepting credit cards are getting a limited percentage of consumers sales. There is a way, however, for most any business to secure a merchant account to accept credit cards.
Views 844 | Rating 0 | Comments 0| Date Mar 25, 2008
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How to sell your handcrafts at a craft show

People get into crafting because they love creating things. Sometimes they realize they could sell the same stuff that they’ve been making for people they know, to people they don’t know. If you make handcrafts, and you think that you’d like to sell them at a craft show, the tips and suggestions in this article are definitely for you. There are a number of factors to take into consideration when you want to sell your unique and personal creations. Follow these guidelines to start making extra money from selling your handcrafts at a craft show.
Views 913 | Rating 1 | Comments 0| Date Mar 25, 2008
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How to set up recordkeeping for home schooling

For homeschooling, there are families who keep some kind of record for the type of education being provided and their child's progress during at least 180 days of the year to prove that the minimum requirements of the law are being met. However, there is no mandatory reporting system for homeschoolers required by law in most states. If truancy investigations, custody conflicts or other legal proceedings are a concern for your family, recordkeeping may be a good idea. Here are some of the more common types if you want to set up recordkeeping for homeschooling.
Views 969 | Rating 1 | Comments 0| Date Mar 25, 2008
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How to solve home schooling problems

You’ve started home schooling your children, but things aren’t going exactly as you had planned. The same occurs in public schools, as well. All teachers have bad days; try not to get discouraged. Just take a moment and remember why you wanted to home school in the first place. But if you think that everyday is overly difficult, perhaps it’s time to evaluate your processes in schooling your children. Analyzing your situation is important because the answers can help solve home schooling problems.
Views 949 | Rating -1 | Comments 0| Date Apr 5, 2008