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Want To Save Money? Buy Your Groceries More Often.

Want To Save Money? Buy Your Groceries More Often.

Sam Marvin remembers walking to the farmers market with his grandmother every day as a child. When they got back home, she would begin cooking dinner for the family. “And the next morning, we would get up, and me and my grandma would do the exact same thing, over and over,” said Marvin, a Los […]

Don’t Let It All Go Up in Smoke: Fireplace Care

Don’t Let It All Go Up in Smoke: Fireplace Care

When the temperatures finally begin to drop again, you can know your fireplace is ready to go, whether it be a gas insert or a traditional fireplace, with these tips on annual maintenance. Considering the risks involved when heating systems are neglected – and the benefits of having them properly maintained – it is wise […]

Workplace Communication Styles for Small Businesses

Workplace Communication Styles for Small Businesses

To say that good communication in the workplace affects the financial bottom line is a serious understatement. In a recent survey of 400 companies with 100,000+ employees, the average estimated loss per company from poor internal communications was $62.4 million.1 The communication challenges facing small businesses with smaller teams may not be as complex or costly […]

Prevent Care Theft with These Tips

Prevent Care Theft with These Tips

Vehicle Theft Prevention Motor vehicles are the primary mode of transportation for most of us, and often an indispensable part of our lives. But what would happen if your vehicle suddenly disappeared? Over 770,000 drivers fall victim to this costly crime each year.  Reducing Motor Vehicle Theft In 2017, more than three-quarters of a million […]

Be Prepared: National Preparedness Month

Be Prepared: National Preparedness Month

September is National Preparedness Month. Is your family prepared? Make A Plan Make a plan today. Your family may not be together if a disaster strikes, so it is important to know which types of disasters could affect your area.  Know how you’ll contact one another and reconnect if separated. Establish a family meeting place that’s familiar […]

Labor Day Travel Tips

Labor Day Travel Tips

For many Americans, the Labor Day holiday evokes thoughts of barbeque, beaches and the last hurrahs of summer. It’s always one of the busiest holiday travel periods of the year, and this year it may be even more hectic than usual. Thanks to lower fares, Airlines for America expects 15.6 million passengers to travel from Aug. […]