Minky Tower Indoor Drying Rack
The Minky Tower Indoor Drying Racks are designed to suit all your drying needs. With 131-feet of drying capacity, the IH88601100 Tower is capable of drying both long drop and flat dry items in a foot print no larger than the average shower. Folds in half for space saving. Can be wheeled from room to room.
Fagor Portable Induction Cooktop
Fagor’s Portable Induction Cooktop provides the fastest, safest, most efficient cooking experience. Sleek and efficient, this induction-powered cooktop brings the comfort and health benefits of home-cooked foods to the office, dorm room, cabin, or anywhere in need of a portable heat source.
The 110-volt appliance features a large burner and six adjustable power levels, with a temperature capacity that ranges from 190 to 430 degrees F–perfect for everything from gently soft-boiled eggs to hearty soups, stews, and more.
Convenient to transport and simple to use, the energy-efficient unit heats instantly when needed, while the surface around the pot remains cool to the touch. For added safety, the cooktop’s auto-pan detection sensor automatically shuts the unit off after 60 seconds if no cookware is detected to prevent scorching, heat-related injury, and power waste. Even more, the cooktop provides a digital 180-minute countdown timer that aids in properly cooking all dishes, reducing the risks of overcooking.
Additional highlights include an easy-to-clean glass surface, a touch control panel with a digital display, a child safety-lock system, a low- and high-voltage warning system, and a diagnostic error message system for simple troubleshooting.
The cooktop works with all induction-ready cookware, such as cast aluminum, enameled iron and steel, stainless steel with a magnetic bottom, and cast iron (all Fagor pressure cookers and cookware are induction compatible). The UL-approved induction cooktop measures 14 by 12 by 2-1/2 inches and carries a one-year limited warranty.
Would you like to work for yourself?
Twelve Steps to Get You Started!
- What Your Small Business Needs A product or service to sell. People who want to purchase your product or service. A way to get paid.
- The Business Plan Considering factors like cash flow, marketing and the types of products you want to sell. Write a short one page plan, keep it simple.
- How to Find Your People When you know who you are marketing to, it’s a whole lot easier to figure out where to spend your money, time and energy.
- Why You Need a Blog Building a community through a blog will enable you to build your business and reach new clients. Your blog is your home base on the Internet. Whatever service you’re selling, customers should be able to find you online.
- How to Cultivate Ideas Creativity is a continuous process; a process that requires bringing ideas into the world through writing, and connecting with others.
- The Benefits of Testing You might have a product you want to sell, but will anyone buy it? The only way to find out is by testing your idea. Brainstorm ways to test your idea and go for it. Don’t let fear hold you back.
- Hunting and Gathering By diversifying your income stream, you don’t have to rely on one source of cash to pay off your debt or monthly bills. Find multiple income streams like freelancing, web design, a part time job, or selling a product.
- The Money Game How much money do you want to make this year? Get out a piece of paper and write that figure down. Write down your income goal, along with 3 columns. In the three columns you’ll want to list your services, the cost of each service and the number of units sold.
- Who’s on Your Inspiration Council Create and inspiration council and start talking about your dreams. Plant to go after those dreams instead of letting them gather dust.
- Invest in Yourself Investing in yourself should be a key component of any business model. Consider joining an online class or buying some books or going to a seminar.
- Collaborate with Queens & Kings Relationships are the key to any successful small business. This comes back to giving more than you get, reciprocity and the joy of helping others. Find others who have similar goals and network with them.
- Smart Sourcing Pay people to help you complete specialized tasks that you: Don’t know how to do. Or would take you a really long time to accomplish.
Are You in Debt?
Try the Debt Snowball
Follow the Seven Step Plan below to Get Out of Debt!
- Make a plan and and commit to stick with it.
- Set up an emergency fund. Save at least $1000 for an emergency fund.
- Stop using your credit cards. The best way to do that is to cut them up and throw them away. At the least put them in a difficult spot to get to and use.
- List your debts from the smallest to the largest with the following columns: Debt Owed, Creditor, Minimum Payment, Debt Paid Off.
- Pay minimal payments on all but the smallest debt.
- Apply all the extra money you can find into paying off that smallest debt.
- Once that smallest debt is paid off, roll that payment plus any extra money into the next debt on your list and keep doing this until all your debts are paid off.