Quick Tips for a Smooth Transition to College

By on Jun 14, 2019 in Cycle Accidents | 0 comments

If you’re an incoming college freshman, there’s a chance you’re moving far away from your hometown. If you’re making the leap from childhood home to a college dorm room, here are a few tips to make the transition go a little smoother. Pack lightly. Your college dorm is probably going to be a lot smaller than your room back at home. This means you probably won’t need every book or DVD you’ve ever owned. Pick a couple of books and your favorite movies and leave the rest of them at home. Now, don’t pack so lightly that you run out of clothes in the first week, but you won’t have room for every single article of clothing that you’ve ever owned. Take your security blanket with you. I know I just said to pack lightly, but there’s no shame in having your favorite stuffed animal or childhood blanket with you. You’re probably going to start feeling homesick within the first month of leaving,...

The Company’s Secret

By on Jun 1, 2019 in Lawn Care | 0 comments

I am fairly interested in lawn care. It may seem like a hokie or silly topic in which to put a lot of stock, but there is just something beautiful and simple about a well-maintained yard. I am especially fascinated with the different kinds of grasses, shrubs, and vegetation that can be found in the average American’s yard! So much overlooked biodiversity, not given the proper examination. When I looked into the industry of Chesterfield lawn care businesses, I found that one company, Midwest Lawn Co, was continuously discussed as an example of excellent customer service. Their results were considered above-and-beyond as compared to other similar business. But why? High-Quality Staff In a good business, the customer is always right. In a great business, the customer is always happy and the staff is always trained. That is one of the secret ingredients used by this company to maintain its...