In-Home Child Care Could Be the Solution to Cornavirus Parent Woes

Jene J. Long

When Covid-19 lockdown ends, who will watch America’s children? The child care system is on the brink of collapse, which means millions of children will have no where to go when parent head back to work. Right now, this feels like a long way off. But it isn’t and child care and day care solutions need to be figured out, lest our country wants a large chunk of its work force to not be able to work.

America’s child care system was broken before the pandemic, with more than half of America living in childcare deserts where demand for child care far outstrips supply and one in five parents spend more than a quarter of their income on childcare while child care employees are among the lowest paid workers in the country. But as bad as the national child care landscape was before Covid-19, experts warn that the pandemic

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How to Have The Wig of Your Dreams

Jene J. Long

Are you looking for the wig of your dreams?

You have decided to have a wig custom made for you. This is an exciting moment. However, this is an investment. Before investing, do a bit of research on the kind of quality wigs you want. I have a few helpful tips that will help you be prepared for your wig consultation. The first three things and the most important things that need to be met are Length, Texture, and Tones.


How long do you want the wig to be? When unsure about the length. The best question you can ask yourself is: Where do you want it to fall on your body? Do you want to be able to put it up in a ponytail? Be sure about the number of inches you want. If you wish for versatility, it starts with 12 inches and is more prolonged. Ten … Read More

Salvage Auto Auctioneers Thrive on Damaged Cars: What’s Ahead?

Jene J. Long

Ever thought that junk cars could be a great business? With repair costs exceeding vehicles’ market value, insurers are declaring more smashed cars as total loss. Salvage auto auctioneers are reaping profits from these damaged cars. In this business, total losses are good! Let’s dive deeper.

Business Model: From Trash to Treasure

The business model of salvage auto auction companies is pretty simple. If the repair costs of a car exceed its market value, insurance agencies usually declare it as a total loss, pushing it to the salvage market. Insurance agencies have a vast collection of cars damaged by accidents or natural calamity. Insurers’ goal is to liquidate the cars they gain possession of after settling claims of customers. Insurance companies usually sell the damaged cars to auction houses. These salvage auto auctioneers sell the vehicles primarily to licensed vehicle dismantlers, rebuilders, used vehicle dealers, exporters and the general public.

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