Month: September 2019

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Beyond War on Weed: Lawn and Landscape Issues Homeowners Often Overlook

If you own a backyard, especially something you’ve turned into a well-designed lawn and landscape, you wouldn’t want problems that will ruin all your hard work. But, as with anything else, you can expect some issues to appear from time to time. Fortunately, some of these problems can be easily prevented if you can identify …

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Beat the Block: Writer’s Block and How to Overcome It

For writers, there’s nothing as frustrating as getting writer’s block. Even when you’ve started out strong with your literary piece (a novel, song, essay, or poem), there’s always that moment where the creative process grinds to a halt. Numerous popular figures in the literary world such as F. Scott Fitzgerald, Leo Tolstoy, and JK Rowling …

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Productive Promotion: Reasons to Invest in Quality Visual Material

Images are an important part of any business’ marketing and promotion campaign. Without them, you might as well stay invisible to your potential customers. However, you might be thinking, “Is it worth it to make sure that they are the highest quality possible?” Maybe you’re asking the question because you need to reduce expenses, and …

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Learning Through Play: Is It an Effective Way to Teach Children?

In a traditional classroom setting, teachings are usually done in a conventional way. However, incorporating games into the learning process isn’t a new concept. Teaching vocabulary to children through simple games like flashcards and crossword puzzles have been applied by teachers and tutors for a long time already. Since children are very fond of playing, …

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