Thursday, November 19, 2020

Personalized Kitchen Products and Utensils

 There are lots of different ways to make kitchen products particularly unique. Some people will be interested in unusual kitchenware designs and materials. Other people will be interested in kitchen products that have been customized or personalized in some ways. They can already make these kitchen products truly different from everything else that's available on the market using this process.

Printed Messages

Personalizing kitchen products using printed messages are obviously different from personalizing shirts and similar items, of course. This is partly because people will use have much less room on the item itself.

Some kitchen utensils are larger and more spacious than others, so people will have slightly more room for the messages or the logos that they want on the surfaces of those utensils. However, the item still might look somewhat unbalanced if it has a very large message on it that has been very prominently displayed. People will still usually have a limit when it comes to the size of the messages that can be added during the printing process. 

The space that's available for the messages might only measure one to two inches by one to two inches. While that might not seem like a lot of space, it can actually be more than enough to meet a lot of people's needs. Many corporate logos are not actually that large, enough if it might seem like they take up a reasonable amount of space on different products.

Message Fonts

People who want to fit various corporate messages on kitchen utensils and kitchen products may be able to do so efficiently enough if they make sure that use the right font size. The exact type of the font itself can sometimes make the message more readable than it would have been otherwise. People may be able to get away with using smaller letters on the kitchen utensils if they decide to pick the right font.

Sometimes, creating a message that has a particularly small font can be valuable. It will get people to look at the message more closely. They'll be able to see that there is some writing on the printed kitchenware. They might be curious about what it is, and that may not be entirely obvious at first. Anything that gets people's attention can be valuable for the people who are trying to create more valuable forms of brand awareness. Something as simple as both the font and the font size can do so, and for reasons that might not be entirely obvious at first. 

Of course, the people who are interested in creating personalized kitchen products and offering them as gifts can also benefit from paying attention to the font type and size. Many people like getting new kitchen products in general, especially if those products have been customized in absolutely any way. People won't necessarily need the message to be large and obvious, although it certainly could be written that way. They'll often appreciate most forms of printed kitchen products from their family members and friends.

Wednesday, November 4, 2020

When to Use Car Title Borrowing for Your Business Needs

 Business success is often a hit or miss situation and requires you to make sure that you have the kind of income needed to handle your expenses. If you ever get stuck in a scary case where you cannot make your bills, you may want to consider car title loans to protect yourself. These loans are designed to help many different people and might be a good option in some situations.

What is a Car Title Loan?

A car title loan is a unique borrowing option that uses your car's title or another vehicle as collateral for a loan. This option is usually considered a high-interest and short-term loan, meaning that you're going to pay a bit more when you pay them back. However, there have many advantages that make them useful for certain types of situations in which you may need money.

First of all, a car title loan is one that does not look into your credit or other types of facets of your financial situation. Instead, the title to your car is considered good enough collateral. As a result, you can get this type of loan very quickly and with minimal issues. And you can ask for title loans for as low as $100, meaning that you don't have to ask for a heavy and large loan that is above your needs.

And you can use this type of loan for any purpose – lenders usually don't ask why you are getting it – meaning that you can use it for many kinds of situations. However, there are considerations that you need to make before you get one of these loans. If you aren't careful, you could end up with a loan that is not right for your needs.

Using a Car Title Loan for Business Needs

When getting this type of loan for your business, it is essential to know how to use the money properly. Try to shift it to your company's areas that need help, such as paying for payroll, fixing up a problem with your office, or providing other repair benefits to your company. These steps are a good idea because many businesses need these kinds of enhances, and it is hard to find small loans to manage them.

And make sure that you have enough of an income coming into your business to protect you. Remember – these loans are high-interest and short-term, so your payments may be higher than you may expect. However, you can usually get these payments adjusted to ensure that you make your bills.

It is usually a good idea to consider other types of loan options before turning to car title borrowing. There are many types of low-interest and long-term loans that may be more suitable for you. However, you may have bad credit or only want a small amount of cash for your business – if so, car title loaning is probably still your best bet, as long as you know what you're getting into here.

Tuesday, November 3, 2020


 I haven't posted too many personal things on here in a long time. Something really devastating happened to me a year ago. A year ago, November 1st my wonderful amazing loving husband of 25 years passed away.

After a very short diagnosis of a certain heart condition he passed away in his sleep. Late in the month of July 2019 he was diagnosed with this and approx. 3 1/2 months later, when he was actually managing this condition and seemed to be doing ok, he suddenly must of had a heart attack in the night. 

I have been really depressed this past year, and especially in the times we are in now. it has been really tough. 

Here is what I recently posted on Facebook:

this pic actually was taken on our 15th wedding Anniversay:

this is one of my favorite pics of Jim (& Amanda & Ben actually peeking in background behind Jim in water 🙂 ) Fishing/Camping New Hampshire 2009
I can't believe it's been a year ago today since we lost you 🙁
A year since I told you I love you, since I gave you a hug, since I gave you a kiss goodnight. Life is not the same without you.
And I (& the kids) 💖💞 love and miss you so much ❤️💓💞

Monday, November 2, 2020

Steps to Fixing Up a Boat

 There is something romantic about restoring a boat and then taking it out on the open seas to find either high adventure or just to get away from the hustle and bustle of modern life. Before launching that vessel, however, do make sure it’s seaworthy.

Clean it Up

The first thing your new-to-you boat is going to need is a good old-fashioned scrub down. Don’t even dream about buying marine paint supplies until you’ve used a power washer over the entire hull, degreased the engine, scrubbed mildew stains from the vinyl, sponged off the console, and deodorized the bilge. If your boat has carpet, give it a quick smell check. Chances are the carpet could use an appointment with a wet/dry vacuum.

Take Inventory

After your boat is spic and span, it’s time to take inventory about what needs to be fixed or replaced. Keep an eye out for small cracks that could get bigger and wet wood that could lead to rot. If you’re not an expert, hire a surveyor to give your boat a once-over. He or she can tell you if there is rotted wood in the hull or deck and whether it is a major or minor problem. In addition, keep your eye out for detached or broken bulkheads, engine beds and mast steps.

Make a Plan

Whether you plan to attempt the repair work yourself or hire an expert, make a checklist of everything you want to accomplish along with a timeline for completing the work. Giving yourself a deadline for your first launch will help you stay motivated. You may not enjoy the scraping, scrubbing and drilling, but keep your eye on the prize of your first sunset cruise in your new boat.

Once your boat is in ship-shape, keep it that way by making sure that after each voyage, you check all your major systems for damage and wash everything. The sea is a harsh but delightful mistress.