It isn’t exactly clear who first invented blinds, or where. However, experts have reason to believe that blinds find their origin thousands of years ago in Egypt. At this time, blinds would have been very simple and minimalist in nature, being comprised merely of a series of slats used to block harsh sunlight from certain rooms. Experts believe that this early design would have later made its way to Persia, India, or China. Continue reading “Blinds – Origin, History, and Modern Forms”
Online business reviews are one of the most effective means of proving value and dedication to service to potential customers. Reviews allow readers and customers to make decisions based on the input of others who have used a business’s services. In fact, according to a recent Hubspot survey, “1/3 of respondents said review sites played an important role in their purchasing decision-making process.” Knowing this, it is important for all business owners and marketers to take control of their review acquisition strategies. Continue reading “First Fidelity Reserve: Reviews – How To Manage Your Online Reputation”
Nothing says peace of mind like a total coverage security system. There are many do it yourself steps you can take to ensure your Rexburg home or businesses is secure and safe. Making sure your doors are locked, installing proper lighting, have surrounding neighbors participate in a Neighborhood Watch; all of these area great things you can do to boost your security. However, there is only so much you can do before you reach the “cap” of security. The best thing you can do for yourself is to get a professional security system installed.Continue reading “Security Systems for Your Rexburg Home or Business”
Home automation is the introduction of technology to various aspects of your house. With home automation, you can quickly and easily control things like the volume of your speakers and whether your music is on or not from anywhere. All you need is a device, such as a smartphone, to connect to your wireless home audio system, which is a great first step in home automation. The reason so many people today are looking at home automation is because it makes your life at home that much easier, and it is hard to deny that introducing technology to your home isn’t a savvy upgrade. Continue reading “Why You Should Take Advantage Of Using Home Automation For Your Sound System”
When it comes to small businesses, litigation attorneys primarily work to help their clients accomplish a variety of business goals while also helping them avoid legal problems in the process. Litigation attorneys are all about minimizing a business’s risk of legal trouble as much as possible, and shifting liability when they can. Continue reading “Types of Litigation Attorneys – Which Is Best for Your Business?”
Keeping a business up and running requires a lot of energy, time, and resources. There are also factors that a lot of people don’t think about, such as the amount of people outside the business it takes to keep it running – custodians, insurance agents, business mentors, financial advisors, and so on. Continue reading “When To Hire a Business Attorney”
Hemorrhagic symptoms can be latent – sometimes taking weeks or even months to fully manifest. It’s for this reason that if you’ve been involved in an auto accident or some other traumatic event, that you see a doctor right away, even if you don’t notice any immediate symptoms. Continue reading “Brain Hemorrhage – Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment”
What is felony driving under the influence?
Sirens blaring, lights flashing, you are pulled over for driving under the influence (DUI). You are worried that the DUI might be a felony, but you are not sure what the divider line is between a felony and a misdemeanor. This post explain what constitutes a felony DUI. In most instances a DUI is a misdemeanor, but there are rare times that it will be a felony. Continue reading “Felony DUI: Knowing When DUI is a Felony”
Dammit, they’re still there. It feels like they watch me stroll across my sewing room, waiting to to be clipped, pressed and trimmed into perfect squares. However, these chain-pieced bias squares lay strung over my ironing board, glaring at me like a bunch of mopey toddlers who have been placed into time out. Continue reading “Pantographs and Chain-Piecing”
It always feels like they are watching me. They lay strung across my ironing board, glaring at me like small children who just got reprimanded and put in time out. I am ever-aware of their presence as I walk around my sewing room – those stupid chain-pieced bias squares, constantly waiting to be clipped, pressed and trimmed into perfect squares.