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5 Tips to Remain Accident-Free on a Forklift

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Forklifts provide tons of utility around the workplace, helping businesses across all verticals maximize their productivity on jobsites and in warehouses across the country. But like any other piece of machinery, accidents can occur if forklift operators are careless. Believe it or not, there are more than 850,000 forklifts in operation today in the United States. While that number is ... Read More »

How to be Happy, Calm and Focused

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Feeling sluggish? Getting a few too many colds? Finding it difficult to recover after a workout? You might be deficient in the amount of amino acids necessary to maintain healthy levels of protein in your body. Amino acids aren’t just for fitness models and competitors. In fact, amino acids are used in every cell of your body to build the ... Read More »

Exploring Smart Landscape Design to Revive Your Home’s Look


Ideas about landscape design vary from fabulous to fundamental. Some view landscape design as creating an elaborate, natural, outdoor living space while others view it as simply as asking their spouse what kind of grass to plant. The beauty of residential landscape design lies in its endless variety of enhancement options. Take a deep breath and study a few facts ... Read More »

7 Backyard Pond Essentials

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Before you create your backyard pond you will want to make sure you have the essentials. Backyard ponds do not run themselves, they require regular maintenance from the owner. Different pieces of equipment will be needed to ensure the health and longevity of your pond. Some of the essentials we will discuss in this infographic include: Pond liner Pond underlayment ... Read More »

How to Prepare Your Garden for Spring Planting

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Spring is in the air! I’ve been itching all winter to start our organic garden this year. We plan on incorporating hugelkultur beds and try to develop a primitive irrigation system (or at least attempt to figure it out so we can do it next year). I’ll be writing about our garden’s development on GRIT. But enough about our garden, ... Read More »

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