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Completely Reversible Home Upgrades for Renters

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A home reflects the personality and lifestyle of the people who reside there. Even if you are renting a property, you will likely want to make certain upgrades that bring your living space closer to feeling like a true home. The most important thing to consider when upgrading a rented property is that all changes should be completely and easily reversible and should not create extra work for landlords or property managers when you move out. With a little inspiration, home renters will have no problem making some reversible budget-friendly upgrades that will give a living space a comfortable and enjoyable atmosphere. Here are some pointers and ideas that can help inspire you to get started.

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Unique Gifts for the Creative Soul

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The time has come to indulge others in wondrous gifts that will make anyone smile. For the creative person in your life, going the extra mile will make a splash, so Artistica has prepared some unique gift ideas that will make that special someone jump for joy.

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How to Make Financial Projections for Your Creative Business

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Creating financial projections is an essential part of business planning. Not only can you use financial projections to convince investors and moneylenders that your creative business idea is financially viable, but these projections will also help you establish an effective business budget and financial goals to work towards. Plus, measuring your progress against your financial projections will help you identify whether or not you need to make proactive changes to your business. Artistica explains how to make realistic financial projections to keep your business on the right track!

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Doing Home Improvement? Choose Your Project Wisely

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Embarking on a home improvement project is never easy. You must decide what project to do as well as the cost versus the value of the project. Then you'll have to decide whether to hire someone to do it for you or do it yourself. Fortunately, there are ways to sensibly determine these issuesArtistica explains how.

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You Don't Have to Starve to Be an Artist

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Surviving as a working musician isn't easy. Competition for paying gigs is high, and data has shown that the number of jobs for musicians has been declining by about 4% per year.  The schedule requirements to write songs, rehearse your material, and play gigs can make holding down a regular nine-to-five difficult. Fortunately, the gig economy has made it easier than ever to pay your bills while chasing your dreams. Artistica Fine Art shares some insights.

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