If you think spring cleaning is the only time of year you should give your home a little TLC, it’s time to rethink some of your habits once again.
We put so much of our lives into the body of our homes. From walking in the door after work to hugs and smiles, the many tears cried over spilled milk, and dance offs while cooking in the kitchen. Don't you think it’s important to keep up the sanctuary of this space throughout the year?
We thought you would say yes, and we feel the same!
After all, our homes hold many of our most precious memories. Which is why we’ve compiled a list of 45 items you can use as a checklist for this coming season. This checklist will start you off in the right direction, prepping your home for fall and winter.
Let's get organized for the holidays and the harsh character of the winter together. But, before you read any further go grab a pen & paper,
Maybe even a cup of coffee!
You'll want to jot a few of these ideas down, along with your own clever ones.
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Look at that list! It's time to get started!
We hope this list gets your creative juices flowing and your homestead ready for the season. This might even help you think of other useful items to add to your list and we hope it does.
It always makes home feel a bit sweeter when you are prepared.
If you or someone you know travels a lengthy distance or commutes on a daily basis, an emergency car kit can mean the difference between getting back on the road quickly, and being stranded for hours while you wait for help, oftentimes in dangerous conditions. Follow these tips to be road-ready this summer!
Keeping your car in good shape is vital to the safety of yourself and your passengers. Also, keeping up with your car’s maintenance can save you money in the long run. Below are a few quick tips to help keep your car in the best shape possible!
It’s time to get excited, spring is right around the corner! Did you know that there are things you need to do around your house to prepare for the change in weather? Below are a few ideas on how to kick off your spring cleaning right!
If you’re asking yourself whether life insurance is really worth it - the simple answer is yes, especially if you have loved ones that rely on you financially. Life insurance isn’t something that people like to think about but it is a vital policy to have. Having a life insurance policy can help the people you love the most after you’re gone. So let’s cover some basics and benefits of life insurance!
Whether you've gotten into a fender bender or totaled your car, accidents are scary. No matter the cause – weather and road conditions, irresponsible driving behavior, or something unforeseen – you should be prepared for any possibility. Even the most careful drivers can be involved in an accident, which is why we've provided these eight tips to help you get through an accident safely.
This time of the year is always hectic, especially when you add traveling into the mix. Between standstill traffic on the roadways, packed airports, crying kids and canceled flights – it can put a damper on your holiday spirit.
To avoid all the craziness, we put together some tips and tricks to get you to your holiday destination safe and sound. Remember, it's always important to do your research, plan ahead and be prepared for the unexpected!
Do the short, gray days of winter leave you not feeling like your perky old self? It’s normal to experience a bout of the winter blues, but if you routinely feel sad for no reason, have trouble sleeping, and regularly spend your days lounging on the couch, eating comfort food and binge watching your favorite shows, you might be experiencing seasonal affective disorder.
Every year, while mowing the grass, cutting a branch, or power washing a deck, at least 100 people die and an estimated 143,000 are injured badly enough to require a trip to the emergency room.
Consumer Reports is here to help you avoid either of those fates.
At some point in the day, everyone is a pedestrian, and unfortunately pedestrian fatalities remain high. There was a more than 3% increase in the number of pedestrians killed in traffic crashes in 2018, totaling 6,283 deaths — the most deaths since 1990. NHTSA raises awareness of the dangers to pedestrians by providing safety tips, educational material and other resources. Find out how to protect yourself and your loved ones when walking, and learn how you can help us prevent pedestrian injuries and deaths.
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