Making repairs comes with owning a home. Whether you are a homeowner living blissfully in your dream neighborhood or you are a landlord that owns a property and rents it out….repairs will be part of your home-ownership journey. Some repairs are easy to tackle yourself (thank you, YouTube!), however, whether it is due to time, [...]
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Move over summer! Fall is officially here and with fall comes cooler nights, brisk breezes, pumpkin patches, hayrides, and walks in the woods to admire the beautiful fall colors that surround us. It is the perfect time to get out and enjoy a nice walk with your fur-babies. State parks are wonderful places to bring [...]
With the end of summer, the beginning of the school year and the on-set of colder months, cold and flu symptoms begin to pop up…and spread! Being sick is never fun! Check out these top tips for avoiding the flu this season: Avoid Close Contact. If you know that someone is sick or has recently [...]
Ready or not, autumn is here! The leaves are beginning to change, the kids are back in school and soon the weather will be cooling down. Friday, September 22nd marked the official first day of fall and along with that comes fall festivals, pumpkin patches and the start of the holiday season! Check out this [...]
We live in a society that places merit on virtually everything we do, from simple achievement, to life accomplishments, there lies some form of documentation of our lives. The world we live in consists of oversharing our thoughts, food choices and lifestyle via the internet. However, when it comes to our financial and personal identification, [...]
The destruction of Harvey and Irma have filled our news feeds over the past few weeks. Resources are being collected, relief efforts are being coordinated, crews are going to the places more impacted to offer aid, and individuals are opening their homes. According to the head of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), “early estimates [...]
Life gets pretty crazy. Not only are we juggling the kid's after-school activities, sporting events and homework....we also have our own agendas including meetings, deadlines, and other important things that make us wonder exactly who signed us up for this whole “adult-ing thing”? While time is definitely not slowing down for us to play catch-up, [...]
This hurricane season is breaking records, with hurricane Harvey’s recovery expected to be among the most costly natural disaster rebuilding efforts in America. Not to mention hurricane Irma, a hair-raising storm that has already grown to a category five hurricane and poses a major threat to Florida. In addition, there is another storm closely following [...]
Katrina, Sandy, and Andrew are some of the names of the most recent devastating hurricanes that have hit the US. Each hurricane season brings the potential for mass destruction to our area, especially since we live so close to the coast line. Undoubtedly, we will see some effects of Hurricane Harvey, which is set to [...]
With the summer in full swing, it is very tempting have a water bottle in your car as you drive. I’m sure by now almost everyone has heard experts warn you about the dangers of leaving a water bottle in your car. But what if I told you that keeping a water bottle in your [...]