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5
Dec

Safety Winter Driving Tips

As the season cools for winter, snow will make driving that much more dangerous. Falling snow can be beautiful as the land is gently covered with a comfortable blanket of billowy snow and tree branches become decorated with frost; indeed, a sight everyone must witness at least once in their lives. But as beautiful as it is, snow can make

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28
Nov

How to Plan for the Hidden Costs of Buying Your First Home

When you buy your first home, you may be surprised by the hidden costs that come along with that investment. You’re excited because you’ve just found a great, affordable home: the neighbors are great, the house is comfy, and the neighborhood is one you find pleasing. But if you’re a first-time home buyer, you might be surprised by the extra costs

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21
Nov

Signs It’s Time to Update Your Bathroom

Does your washroom look and feel like its way past its expiration date? Here’s how you can tell it’s time to update. A bathroom should be a place of comfort–an environment that is relaxing for a soothing bath, getting ready for a quick morning, and for taking care of business. You are going to spend some time there every day,

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14
Nov

Fall Home Maintenance Tips

By preparing your home for the winter in fall, you’ll be ready for winter’s worst and turn away pricey repairs with these simple tasks. When the heat of summer has become all but a faint memory, and you’ve pulled out your hoodies and put away your shorts, it’s time you tackle the simple chores that will make winter less miserable

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7
Nov

Fun Ideas for Thanksgiving Decorating

You can decorate your home for Thanksgiving with these great ideas for centerpieces, mantel displays, and more! Thanksgiving is enough of a major holiday that merits its own themed decorations. The autumn holiday depends on the orange and reds and yellows, along with an outdoorsy feel to them. Here are a few Thanksgiving decoration ideas you can use in your

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24
Oct

How to Avoid an Upset Stomach During Halloween

Halloween means free candy for children who have dressed up as their favorite hero or villain, but so much sugar at once can cause them to have an upset stomach. We’ve all been there: you get back home from a successful Halloween, dump all your chocolate in your room, and start eating as much candy as you possibly can. As

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17
Oct

Tips for Tracking and Managing Your Small Business Expenses

Small businesses are usually tight on resources, so it’s important that you track and manage your expenses. Most small business owners don’t look forward to the financial aspect of running their business. It all seems to fly away to bills and taxes and payroll. Staying on top of your company’s accounting tasks is an excellent way to make sure you’re

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10
Oct

How do Recalls Work?

Recalls happen when manufacturers notice there is something wrong with their product and need to take it off the market. A recall is issued when a manufacturer or the NHTSA determines that a vehicle, piece of automotive equipment, car seat, tire, or any part of the car creates a safety risk that’s unreasonable or fails to meet the minimum safety

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3
Oct

The Dangers of Driving in Autumn

When the leaves turn red, orange, and yellow, you know it’s the season of autumn. Just be careful on the road. Fall means many wonderful things: sweater season, baking apple and pumpkin pies, and nature seem to paint themselves for our very eyes as shades of yellow and red parade themselves across almost every tree in sight. For drivers, fall

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26
Sep

Life-Changing Skills You Can Learn in 6 Months or Less

Everyone has the ability to learn life-changing skills that will make a positive influence on their life in less than 6 months.  Life-changing events are meant to have a positive impact on your life moving forward, even if it’s something you think is unattainable today. Certain skills we can immediately pick up and reap the benefits, while other life-changing events

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