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What I Learned From Landscaping…

Landscaping was my favorite work, EVER, as it had the benefit of an exceedingly kind medium “dirt.” The fact that you got to work with dirt and different natural materials was not the only benefit, you also would turn a relatively rugged or non-distinct piece of property into a work of art. This would happen in a noticeably short amount of time. The problem with landscaping is that in Wisconsin you can only dig in the “dirt” about eight, or if you are doing well, nine and a half months a year. So you had to carry your overhead cost throughout the winter without the ability to do jobs. Meaning if you bought equipment, you had to pay for it all through winter, even though there was no work. Th

Time to Plan[t]

A good plan is the first step in establishing a healthy home vegetable garden. Planning includes selecting your site; deciding on the size and style of your garden; choosing which vegetables to plant; and then planning the layout of your garden. I definitely recommend keeping notes! It's very helpful from year-to-year to remember those good-performing vegetable varieties and to learn from all your successes and failures. Choose Your Spot Choose a place where the soil is loose, rich, level, and well-drained. Do not choose low areas where water stands or the soil stays wet. Vegetables will not grow in poorly drained areas. Vegetables need sunlight to grow well. Do not plant where buildings, tr

10 Habits of Successful Real Estate Investors

Joint ventures, wholesaling, and property management are just a few of the ways investors can profit from real estate, but it takes some finesse to become successful in this industry. While certain universities and industry pros offer coursework specifically for real estate investors, a degree is not necessarily a prerequisite to profit in this business. But there are certain characteristics that top real estate investors commonly possess. Here are the 10 habits that highly effective real estate investors have in common. 1. Make a Plan Real estate investors must approach their real estate activities as a business in order to establish and achieve short- and long-term goals. A business plan a

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