Simple Care Tips to Protect a Ring From Damage

Many items of jewellery are expensive, yet their small size and frequent wear puts them at a higher risk of loss or damage than other possessions of similar value. Rings, in particular, are often prone to damage, since your hands are constantly busy carrying out tasks throughout the day. This puts some people off wearing a special ring as often as they'd like to, out of fear it will become damaged.   Read More...

Important Tips for Maintaining the Glycol System

Many people who take beer do agree that it is best when served chilled. This is because the cold beer gives a unique brewed taste that is refreshing and astounding. This, therefore, is one of the reasons why those who sell beer require the glycol system. The tank is usually installed in a room that has been refrigerated. Here the beer python is used in the circulation of the extremely cold beer starting from the python, the front and back of the tank as well as the glycol block.   Read More...

4 Tips for Going Deep Sea Fishing on a Charter Boat

Deep sea or offshore fishing can be a thrilling experience, especially for novice anglers who are looking for a bigger challenge. It is defined as going fishing in deeper waters. Anglers go offshore fishing to nab larger game fish such as marlin, swordfish, sharks, samson fish and tuna, among others. The type of fish you'll be able to find on an offshore trip depends on your fishing location, so it's important to carry out a little research to ensure the season and location are both right.   Read More...

3 Ways Young Entrepreneurs Can Make Money by Recycling Electronic Waste

Production of e-waste exceeds ordinary household waste by up to three-folds. The damning statistics can make any budding environmentalist quiver with fear. Mass production of electronic gadgets such as laptops, smart phones, and television sets threatens to choke the environment with waste. Such appliances contain toxic materials such as cadmium and mercury.  If you plan to replace or upgrade an electronic device, you should consider turning the old one into a valuable component.   Read More...

Two ways that cafe owners can minimise inventory wastage

Wastage of inventory can have a significant impact on a cafe owner's profits. If you run this type of business, here are two ways that you can minimise wastage of your inventory. Monitor and adjust your stock levels Cafes typically sell a lot of fresh goods that tend to spoil if they are not sold and consumed within a couple of days. If you order the ingredients for freshly-prepared products such as sandwiches, salads, and cakes, and a large percentage of these goods do not sell, these unsold items will spoil after a few days and will then need to be thrown away.   Read More...