If laughter is one of your favorite things about life, or you’re otherwise known as the jokester in the family, let your love for humor leak over into every aspect of your life. Decorate your car to show off your fun personality. Whether it’s parked in a lot or stopped at a light, you’ll bring a smile to the drivers around you — and relieving tension on the roads is always a good thing.
Whether you truly believe in the power of destiny divined in the stars or you think of astrology as a fun way to meet new people, you can show off your astrology pride and use it to forge new connections. Rather than simply filling out your sign on a dating profile, though, you can “wear it on your sleeve,” so to speak, and use it as a conversation starter with potential new friends and dates you meet around town. Learn how to unobtrusively show off your sign and your fun personality by sticking your astrological sign where people are most likely to see it.
Whether you run a small online business out of your home or you employ several dozen people in a professional trade, a company vehicle is a good investment. Not only can the vehicle transport you to customers, but even if you don’t deal with customers directly, your vehicle will advertise your business whenever you go on errands or attend conventions. Small companies can’t typically afford a fancy custom paint job, though, and even larger ones are hesitant to spare unnecessary expense. Luckily, there are ways to customize a vehicle for your business without spending all your first quarter revenue.
You’ve done the smart thing and decided to sell your car yourself so you don’t have to give a used car dealer a huge chunk of the profit. But, your car isn’t doing any good simply sitting in your lawn with a “for sale” sign taped on it — few people will stop to inquire about it. Advertise cheaply and more effectively with a few simple tricks.
My lords and my ladies, the Renn Faire season is upon us. If you live in a warm climate, you might have access to a Renaissance Faire year-round, but usually, summer is the time for putting on medieval and Renaissance fashion, heading down to the seasonal Renn Faire and spending the day pretending you’ve stepped into the past; even if you have to hop into your modern day “motorized chariot” to get there. If you love the Renaissance like no other period in history, here’s how to prep for the best season of the year.