Chewing Gum Keeps You Focus

by Jason Sturidge
July 7, 2016
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Chewing Gum Keeps You Focus

When I think about my school life, I remember the day I was caught chewing a gum in my classroom. It was a common practice in schools and colleges to restrict students from chewing a gum; therefore, this was done to follow the stringent rules of discipline.

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Freelance Writing; A Pleasant Hobby and A Profitable Profession

by Jason Sturidge
July 5, 2016
Freelance Writing; A Pleasant Hobby and A Profitable Profession
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Freelance Writing; A Pleasant Hobby and A Profitable Profession

As a writer and a research analyst, it seems surprising how often my thoughts seem to trail away from the task that I’m assigned to do. While sitting in the office, I wonder what mischievous hustles my cats are up to back home, or whether or not I had left the tap

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Significance of Websites in the Sustainability of Businesses

by Jason Sturidge
July 3, 2016
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Significance of Websites in the Sustainability of Businesses

The time we are encountering is the era of amelioration of information technology. The significance of websites are exceptional because of the effortless availability of internet, which can be accessed painlessly from any corner of the world. Now-a-days it is

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Work Hard : Play Hard

by Jason Sturidge
July 1, 2016
Work Hard : Play Hard
5 (100%) 1 vote

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Are you an A+ student?

Considering the fact that most students do not want to take summer classes and would rather work part-time and splurge that pocket money on a night out, some of you might just be the opposite. The primary purpose of going to college is getting an

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Young Entrepreneur Should Trust Their Intuition or Pursue The Logic

by Jason Sturidge
June 29, 2016
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Young Entrepreneur Should Trust Their Intuition or Pursue The Logic

The  power  of  intuition  can  be  scrutinized  as  a magnificent  tool to  shape  the direction  of the   professional life of an individual. Intuition can be regarded as a mysterious gift from nature to humans and shows the exceptional power of human brain.

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Ways to make better Money being a Freelance writer

by Emily Stone
May 27, 2016
Ways to make better Money being a Freelance writer
4 (80%) 2 votes

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You might be a freelance writer, programmer, coder or journalist or anything for that matter, the idea is the same in order to get more jobs than an average freelancer and that too at a more than average rate of pay. An average freelancer

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The best website for Pro Freelancers

by Emily Stone
May 25, 2016
The best website for Pro Freelancers
5 (100%) 1 vote

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Since you have landed on this blog let me shed some light on the fact that freelancers on any platform are different in many a ways ranging from experience, to profession and field of expertise. Solution Inn 

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Web Design: Your Selling Point

by Emily Stone
October 19, 2015
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It was a discomfort of having to log into different computers to get the information needed that brought about the creation of the World Wide Web, or what most of us would now call

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Websites -The Real Building Blocks of your Business!

by Emily Stone
October 19, 2015
Websites -The Real Building Blocks of your Business!
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We now live in a day and age where everything has become digital, where mobile technology thrives and no one has time for printouts or ancient paper telephone books. Yes, in today’s world, if you don’t have

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Data Analysis, Data Science, Data Crunching, Freelancing?

by Emily Stone
October 16, 2015
Data Analysis, Data Science, Data Crunching, Freelancing?
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Mm… Now this is an interesting topic. What do Data Analysis, Data Science, Data Crunching and Freelancers all have in common? Have you ever heard of the term “Big Data”? Are there freelancers out there

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