Author Archive: Eric San Juan

Don’t Get Spaced Out – Home Build A Bigger Business

Thanks to blueridgeselfstorage.com If you run a home-based business you may find that space is often at a high premium.  Whether it is extra storage solutions, room to add a new desk or two as your business develops or a place to meet with clients that reflects a professional image – as your home business grows you might start finding yourself considering more professional premises. Renting professional office space can be expensive however and if you have chosen a home-based business for the convenience of being at home this can seem like a betrayal of your core business values. However there is another option for you to get all the space you need and grow the value of the company and your property.   If…
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How to Choose the Best Home Studio Monitors

Your studio monitors are an often overlooked but absolutely critical part of your home studio setup. They play an integral role in ensuring your recording, mixing, and mastering all sound as good as possible. And whether you’re a hobbyist or a professional, it goes without saying that you want the music you produce to sound as good as it possibly can. Choosing the best studio monitors can be a little tricky – they are not one-size-fits-all pieces of equipment suitable for any space or user – but by following the below tips you can make a choice that will benefit your work for years to come. What is the Cost? This should probably seem obvious, but your budget is going to play a big role…
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SUNDAY SIPS: 5 Great Beers From the Garden State

Despite getting distribution from more breweries than almost any other state in the nation, New Jersey doesn’t have a great beer reputation. That’s because unlike states like California, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Oregon and others, it doesn’t have a wealth of fantastic in-state breweries. Or rather, it didn’t used to. That’s changing. Here are five beers worth checking out from the Garden State. Kane Head High IPA New Jersey may not have the brewing bona fides that Pennsylvania boasts, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t some outstanding beers worth paying attention to coming out of the Garden State. Take a tour of some great beer bars in the region and you’ll find more than a few NJ brews worth drinking. Head High from Kane, for instance, is…
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Are You Willing to Stand Up for Yourself at Work?

Are you the kind of person that lets other people walk all over you? If that’s the case, you should change things. When you’re willing to stand up for yourself in the workplace, you can go further and get more out of your career. You will limit your own potential if you’re not willing to stand up for yourself and get what you feel you deserve. Too many people are simply not willing to stand up for themselves in the workplace. If you want to make sure that you’re no longer one of those people, there are some things that you need to start doing as soon as possible. Here are eight things you should know and do if you want to start standing up…
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The Fast & the Furious, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Franchise

The last movies I ever expected to love were those ridiculous The Fast & the Furious flicks. Meathead street racer nonsense starring silly actors doing silly things in silly suped up cars as annoying as the ones that buzz around at 1am being far louder than a little lime green import has any right to be? Ugh. No. Several friends kept insisting the series was secretly amazing, though, a bunch of movies that were more like comic books come to life than, say, the latest Batman or Superman movie or Caligula. Okay, okay, fine. Facing some empty late nights and some bags of chips that needed eating, I figured I’d marathon the movies. Figured they’d at least give me something to do when trying to shut down…
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