In recent years, the landscape of health and wellness has significantly shifted towards using natural remedies, and Cannabidiol (CBD) has risen to the forefront of this movement. CBD, a non-psychoactive compound in cannabis and hemp plants, has been lauded for its potential therapeutic benefits. It is widely available in various forms online, including edibles, gummies, and disposables sold by reputed dealers like Galaxy Treats. This column will explore the fascinating world of online cannabidiol offerings, exploring their characteristics, potential benefits, and some considerations to keep in mind.
I’m probably late to the party but I just discovered small business subscriptions for ink with the HP ink program and it’s a total game changer for working from home or your small business office!
If you’re just here for the HP Instant Ink free months code, click here or use dbbg1g.
Remember the old days of printing? Never fully understanding which cartridges to buy, or where to recycle. Running low on ink when you really needed to print something and more horror experiences than I can remember.
I used to only have a professional black and white Brother printer that’s great for business admin, but as a creative business it’s a total game changer to now also own a HP color printer with unlimited (read: 300 copies a month) pages to print. And that’s a lot! But it’s only costing me less than $12 a month! Hello Instant Ink Program!
What is a HP Instant Ink subscription?
With an Instant Ink Subscription you get new ink cartridges in the mail without the hussle. It knows two main differences from other printers:
Part 1: never out of ink
Your printer is via wifi connected with HP, and it notifies them when you’re almost out of ink and they send you new ink.
Part 2: pay for what you print
You get a subscription for ‘x’ amount of pages per month, and you get to print those pages without any extra costs. If you don’t reach your limit, you get to take the rest of the pages to next month.
Get started with HP Instant Ink
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Original HP Ink ordered by your printer, delivered to your door.
Instant Ink is HP’s ink delivery service. Your HP Printer automatically orders ink, and cartridges. The HP Instant Ink delivery service can save you up to 50% on ink. They are delivered to your door before you run low and you get to recycle your old ones, just add them to the box your new ones got delivered with and mail them back to HP.
See how you can save time and up to 50% on ink that’s ordered by your printer and delivered to your door before you run out.
Is HP Instant Ink Worth it?
Yes! As a small business owner, blogger and all around creative I enjoy printing colourful pages so much. To print my own products and planners, to create vision boards and more. I got the 300 a month plan, and to be honest… that’s a lot. I was really happy with my free months of printing as well and to never go to the store to buy the (wrong) cartridges and all those things. I really enjoy the wireless part of the printer too. I hated those wires that came with my old printer and the fact that I always had to be close to the printer with my computer to be able to print. Now I just print from my mobile or laptop and it’s so easy!
But keep in mind when choosing a HP Instant Ink plan that printing is not good for the environment and that you still have to get the paper. And those packages come often in 500 pages, so that would mean about one pack every month. Also, as a (wannabe) minimalist I’m not a big fan of paper everywhere, so I only print what I need to and try to use the paper twice if it’s just a draft.
Trust me, start with a smaller plan
So I suggest you start with one of the lower plans to see how you like it. How often you really need to print. I know how tempting it is to print every recipe you come across now and every beautiful motivational quote of image you find on Pinterest, and allll the planners you use but is it really necessary or will you print it just because you can ‘for free’?
Get started with HP Instant Ink
Head over to Amazon to purchase your HP Printer. I got one for just $80 and it’s working perfectly, even for photos. Click here for free months of Instant Ink or use the code dbbg1g for free months!
When a new year comes we like to set ourselves goals to reach throughout the year, a popular one on people’s lists is to start a new hobby. I think that it is a great idea to have hobbies that distract you from work and the daily stressing of life, finding something you are passionate about can help calm you and challenge your brain all at the same time. It looks hard to pick up hobbies in your 20s or later, but picking up hobbies later in life is great! Especially when there’s another quarantine there’s no reason to not pick up adult hobbies. If you are struggling to find a hobby that suits you take a look at our list below and see if any of them take your fancy.
We’re all well aware that we’re in the midst of a pandemic right now. Many of us are struggling financially, as social distancing and social isolation has seen many companies, stores and industries close down. Whether you’ve lost your job, been made redundant, found yourself with fewer hours or had to agree to lower pay, you may be looking for some ways to make a little bit of money or extra money to make right now to keep yourself afloat. At the end of the day, we all still have to pay our bills and you will want to do your best to avoid missed payments and the fees, fines and charges that come in hand with this. You want to learn all about getting smart about money now, so head over to the Ultimate Guide To Money + Finance to learn everything from investing, paying off debt to saving and retirement. Now, there are a huge number of ways to make a little extra money, but here are a few you might really want to take into consideration.
Whether you’re in your first or last year of medical school, the chances are that the pandemic has put you in a position you never foresaw. Suddenly, your surgical or ward-based dreams may seem like they’re fast becoming impossibilities. Certainly, many students have decided to pursue alternative routes, at least for the time being, while pandemic life plays out in hospitals across the world. (more…)
Even before the coronavirus pandemic, running a brick-and-mortar store was challenging. The online threat was growing, and most people were giving up on the idea of physically traveling to the mall. It seemed like a waste of time.
Now, the case against brick-and-mortar is even more compelling than ever. So what can you do to survive? The trick is to make stores more convenient. Remember, we’ve had online shopping for more than a quarter-century now, ever since Amazon opened its online bookstore. Since then, we’ve seen massive growth in the online segment, but it still hasn’t overwhelmed the traditional sector. (more…)
There is nothing more difficult than when someone close to you passes away. It doesn’t matter if it was a long time coming or if it was sudden, death is hardest on those left behind. There are a lot of things that the surviving family have to consider and sort out when they lose someone. There are funeral plans to make, notifications to do, family and friends to talk to, and they have to start their own grieving process.
Death is complicated. Even if the initial death is simple, the things that have to be done are complex afterwards. The things that need to be finished once someone dies are urgent, from the packing of the house to when you need to Hire an Estate Sale Company to sell the estate. There is a specific order to doing things, too, so having the right legal help on your side will make a difference. With this in mind, here are four things that you have to do after a loved one passes away.(more…)
Working from home sort of crept up on us. One minute, we were going to work as normal, having a wonderful time. The next, businesses cleared out the offices and said that we’d have to work from our home offices. And if we didn’t have them, then either our beds or the kitchen table.
But working from home is also bringing with it surprising habits and teaching us all new things about ourselves. It’s anything but normal at the moment. (more…)
Our bodies are incredibly strong and very adaptable. We are walking talking balls of evolution. Millions of years of evolution to be exact. We have a lot of ways to combat invading viruses and infections. Our immune systems are complex, very fast to act and they can take on pretty much any adversary when they are prepared. However, when our immune system has been weakened, that’s when viruses get through and begin to take over our bodies. The real danger to our health isn’t necessarily anything that is trying to get into our system. It’s our own defences being weak. So what can weaken our system and how can we make sure this doesn’t happen? (more…)
We have all been through a very strange time this year. Some people have really embraced the time they have had. Whether they learned a new skill, decided to embark on a new fitness regime and eat healthily. However, some people found the time isolating and also difficult to deal with. Because of that, you may have found that you developed unhealthy habits, and things that you don’t want to continue with now that things are starting to get back to some sort of normal. So what can you do? Here are a few tips to help you start to feel good again.
The holiday season is always the most exciting time of the year for businesses. Q4 yields the most profits, shoppers go crazy, and you have the festive cheer buzzing around the office. Everyone seems to get along a lot better when there’s a Christmas tree in the corner and decorations everywhere. Not to mention the Christmas party that always goes down in history!
However, things are a little different for lots of businesses this year. There’s every chance you’re still working from home, meaning the usual festive cheer isn’t present in your office. Don’t fear, you can still raise some spirits while the whole office works from home this year!
Here are a few ideas you’re more than welcome to try out:(more…)
For the majority worldwide, the state of business in 2020 is no better than it was back in December 2019. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many businesses to shut down while others are barely getting by. Statistics indicate that 62% of UK companies continued to trade despite the economic downturn and lower turnovers. Out of the number of businesses that halted or closed temporarily, 16% have indicated expectations of resuming in the coming weeks. Another 12% expect their workforce to return from remote working.
Under these conditions, what is the fate of your business? Each business is unique with its threats and rewards; therefore, directly copying another’s strategies may be unrealistic, therefore, it’s always advisable to find out what works best for your own business. Here are some general strategies to consider adopting to help you come out of the deep water. (more…)