A friend of mine, Henry, went back to his hometown few years ago to take over a family business – a bed & breakfast. It’s the only establishment of its kind that exists in their town. Though it is the sole bed & breakfast within the 50 mile radius, it only sees guests rarely and sometimes none in a week.
Since Henry already knows a bit of how internet business works, he thought of having a website up not just for their family’s bed & breakfast but as well as some info bits for their town. He also looked for some ways about online marketing. With basic knowledge on HTML, Henry succeeded in setting up the site. However, after a year of having it up, the site only manage to get a few visitors. Henry badly needed to patch up their business which is in dire straits and he knows that he can really do this with the power of the internet. Well, he was not wrong after all. His search led him to SEO Brussels search engine optimisation (SEO) which then changed everything.
A sand bag is a great way to protect your home from flooding. When filling these bags, there are several things that should be considered. First, the job should not be attempted alone. In most cases, it will take two or more people to complete the job. When filling sandbags, always wear protective gloves. Most sand is treated with chemicals that may harm your skin. Before placing the sand inside the bag, fold the top portion of the bag down. Always keep your back straight during the shoveling process. Avoid placing to much sand inside the bag as lifting can be impossible.
Once you have the bags filled, it is time for placement. For optimal results, place the bags in a straight line. The bags should be offset a couple of inches between each layer. Do not stack higher than three bags. If a higher stack is needed, use the pyramid method.
I have decided to set up my own Staffordshire Bull Terrier rescue. I am in no doubt that it will take an awful lot of hard work, dedication and commitment but I am adamant that it will be worth all of my efforts.
I have been a Staffordshire Bull Terrier lover for as long as I can remember and although I love all breeds of dog, the Staffie, as it is commonly known, is by far my favourite. They are very courageous, loyal and loving dogs that despite once being bred for fighting can live in harmony with other dogs given the right upbringing and socialising.
My dream to set up a breed specific rescue has always been there but now that the numbers of abandoned and neglected Staffordshire Bull Terriers is way out of control and help is needed now more than ever before I feel that it is the right time to do something to help with the problem.