Category Archive: Essentials

14 Aug 2018

Preparing Yourself for a Senior Care Franchise

While the prospect of starting a new business is exciting, you must prepare for any possibilities. It is always a wise decision to get everything set before you dive into new ventures, and the same goes when investing in a senior care franchise. According to SH Franchising, LLC, the elderly care industry is one of […]

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07 Aug 2018

For Dentists: 3 Ways You Can Improve Your Practice

A dental practice may be something you dreamed of having. Now that you are already running one, the next step would be improving it — or better yet, expanding it. For many dentists, it’s a scary concept. But keep in mind that nothing good comes out of being scared. If you want to step up […]

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02 May 2018

Using Self Expression to Cope With Grief

If you are mourning the loss of a loved one and wondering whether you are recovering at a slower pace than you should, stop. Remember that there is no “normal” way or timeline when it comes to coping with grief. Do not pass judgments on your own strength. If the feelings intensify though or begin […]

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25 Apr 2018

How to Prepare Your Child for that First Dental Visit

Taking your child to his or her first dental visit doesn’t have to be a struggle. With ample preparation, your youngster will be able to avoid feeling unnecessarily scared about the whole experience. Salt Lake Pediatric Dentist shares some practical pointers you should keep in mind. Set an example Long before the first appointment with the dentist, […]

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05 Apr 2018

Funeral Pre-Planning Matters as Much as Retirement Planning

When you think about your elderly years, you will likely be looking forward to retirement and looking far away from your funeral. Just as you plan for your retirement according to smart financial practices, however, you also have to plan for your funeral.Upon your passing, you will leave your family either troubled or hassled about […]

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21 Mar 2018

Exploring the Hidden Dangers of Fire and Smoke Damage

House fires are destructive on so many levels, from the damage caused by the flames to the injuries residents may incur due to heat and smoke exposure. Although some of the damages are obvious, others are not very apparent. Thus, it is essential that you work with a fire damage restoration professional immediately to restore and reduce the […]

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20 Feb 2018

A Short Guide to Promoting Efficiency in Hospital Operations

You’re probably familiar with how hospitals work, but one thing is for certian — it’s always stressful. Everyone is always on the go. Doctors dealing with patients and nurses running to different rooms are always a normal view. More often than not, the stress and anxiety come from the mismanagement of hospital operations and activities. Whether […]

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07 Feb 2018

Retain Your Top Talent With These Non-Traditional Employee Benefits

It’s important to give your employees the best benefits to retain them. Life insurance, 401(k) plans, vision insurance, and dental insurance are among the benefits today’s workforce expects you to offer. But in today’s corporate landscape, more companies are gearing toward a holistic employee experience. Industry expert,, notes that traditional benefits are stuck in the […]

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18 Nov 2017

Three Kinds of Cards Your Veterinary Clinic Needs

When you’re running a veterinary clinic, cards are the least of your concerns. Though you don’t need to have all sorts of cards for different purposes, there are some cards that you simply cannot do without. Here are three essentials for your business: Sympathy Cards Your goal is to care for your client’s pet as […]

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08 Nov 2017

Twilight of Your Career: Is Hospice Care Scary?

Talking about the end-of-life care of a person need not be too serious or dreary, as is the case with hospice care. When people talk about this topic, it sometimes tends to go into the "deathly" serious side — of course, no one wants to put emphasis on "death." However, people in hospices sometimes end up […]

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