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Making a Big Move and Opening All Your Boxes

No one particularly likes to move. In fact, moving is more of an inconvenience than anything else, even if you love the new home you’re moving into. But with the frustrating housing markets found in many cities, you may find yourself moving more often than you would like. Whether you are moving to keep rent [...]

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Scrapbooking and Safecutters

Scrapbooking really took off again during modern times in the 1980s, with the scrapbooking industry nearly doubling in size right around the year 2000. While not a new craft, scrapbooking has gone through waves of popularity over the centuries since the 1500s. The whole premise revolves around collecting important or memorable items and pictures in [...]

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SafeCutters for Fun Summer Crafts

Any parent knows that the worst two words you can hear from your child’s mouth during the summer are, “I’m bored.” It’s hard to find stimulating activities for many children these days in a world full of TVs and tablets. But don’t let those words discourage you from finding great crafts for your younger children [...]

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Reasons to Use Safety Box Cutters in the Classroom

Each year hundreds of thousands of craft based projects are done in the elementary school classroom. Additionally, teachers have to create and place bulletin board designs and sometimes even pack up their entire classroom for the summer due to construction or moving rooms. All of these different activities provide many opportunities for children and even [...]

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PACKAGE PRINCIPLES: PREPARING PACKAGES FOR SAFE ARRIVAL

Shipping and receiving a package from point A to point B is not necessarily a simple process. Whether packing a day-to-day shipment or preparing a package containing specialty items, preparing a package correctly prior to its shipment helps to ensure its safe arrival.It’s important to use a new corrugated moving box whenever possible. The more [...]

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EXPANDING YOUR BUSINESS’ BOTTOM LINE THROUGH GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS

Hundreds of U.S. companies sell the kinds of products or services that the U.S. Government is interested in buying or needs. Each year, the government purchases goods or services from private contractors that amount to 1 trillion dollars. How can your company benefit from this kind of business and where do you start? Private sector [...]

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THE “PACKING 411” GIVES HOLIDAY SHOPPERS THE UPPER HAND ON SENDING GIFTS

When it comes to handling gifts, Santa has the advantage over everyone, but with a little preparation and know-how, consumers still have some tricks up their own sleeves. It may not include a flying sleigh or eight reindeer, but there’s no need to panic when it comes to shipping and receiving holiday packages.“We’ve seen some [...]

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MAIL ON THE MOVE: HOW A LETTER TRAVELS

More than 700 million pieces of mail are sorted and delivered by the Postal Service each delivery day. But how does each piece get from point A to point B? Follow the fast and furious travels of a mailpiece…You enclose your mail into its envelope and fill out the address. Once that letter has been [...]

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TROOP SUPPORT: SENDING CARE PACKAGES TO MILITARY PERSONNEL

Nothing says home to deployed military personnel like a care package. Filled with treats, necessities, and greetings, a care package can be a huge morale booster for those far from home – especially during the holidays. “Mail is one of the greatest morale boosters we can give our troops during the holiday,” said Postmaster General [...]

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LOW-TECH TO HIGH-TECH: HISTORY OF OFFICE SUPPLIES

In a world of hi-tech gear, office supplies are some of the simplest – and perhaps mundane– devices known to man – and yet, we would be unable to reach a satisfactory level of productivity without them. Upon closer inspection, office supplies have an untold history that’s both fascinating and entertaining.CalculatorsBefore there were calculators, there [...]

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