Buying and selling goods online is becoming more lucrative than ever, with over 160 Australian eBay sellers earning more than $1 million in 2015. Now's the best time to take a bigger slice of the eBay pie and expand your own buy-and-sell business. Here are 3 simple tips you can use this year to boost your income. Stock it High, Sell it Cheap Everyone knows that bulk buying incurs a lower cost-per-item, but home business owners like yourself often find this idea off-putting.
- Whether you move yourself or you hire professional removalists to do it for you, there are some key things to remember when packing so moving day is as stress-free as possible. Items you'll need to gather for packing include boxes, bubble wrap, packing tape and at least one Sharpie marker. Furniture Anything that can be taken apart should be, such as tables, lamps, and sofas. If the furniture does not come apart, it should be wrapped carefully in plastic or with blankets to protect it once it's on the truck.
- Moving to a new home can be exciting, but it is also stressful and a lot of hard work. Packing up all your things may be one of the most stressful parts of a move, as it's time consuming and there is the worry of whether or not your items will arrive safely at your new home. To ensure that your packing goes as smoothly as possible and your items are secure, note a few quick but important tips.
- If you are using a shipping container from a company like Ultimate Storage Solutions to move your possessions overseas, you need to pack that container as carefully as possible. Obviously, you want to arrive at your destination with your possessions intact rather than all broken. To ensure that happens, take a look at these packing tips: 1. Pack in layers In order to evenly distribute your possessions throughout your shipping container, you want to pack in layers.
- The moving day has finally arrived, and there's no doubt that your stress levels are through the roof. But if you've never moved with your dog before, chances are you won't have considered the toll relocating can also have on your furry friend. Long before the day of the move, dogs can sense that something is changing in their environment, yet are not be able to understand fully what's going on.