Home

Latest Home

a person getting their pants washed

Packing Hacks to Save Your Clothes

Traveling can be exciting, but there’s one aspect of it that very few people enjoy: packing. Fortunately, packing has become something of an art form in today’s world, which means that there are plenty of hacks to help you maximize your packing potential. No matter how much you need to carry with you on your

Read More »
a wall with pictures on it

Tips for Sprucing Up Your Home

It’s well-known the various ways the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the way people work, go to school, purchase food, attend public events, and socialize with others for most of the year. What may surprise some is the increase in home remodeling and improvement projects during the pandemic. Many homeowners are going out to eat less and

Read More »
a man sitting at a table

Hearing Loss and Other Common Problems for Older Adults

People are more likely to experience health issues as they get older. Cellular damage is one of the reasons for this. Cells often stop functioning correctly and increase in size as we age. Healthy cells replicate, enabling people to heal from injuries or fight disease. Changes in cell structure that occur as people age inhibit their ability to

Read More »
a person's legs and feet on a cliff by the water

5 Exciting Hobbies You Can Start This Week

Hobbies are helpful additions to daily activities for people. Hobbies allow individuals to take a step away from the daily grind and unwind while conducting an activity that brings them enjoyment. At its core, a hobby is a pursuit outside one’s regular occupation, which they are engaged in especially for relaxation. After work or on the

Read More »
a collage of a building

5 Simple Tricks for Boosting Your Home’s Curb Appeal

If you are looking to increase the value of your house as a homeowner, then you’ve got to start with the home’s curb appeal. The outside of your home is the first thing prospective home buyers see, so you want to make sure it’s aesthetically pleasing. You don’t need to massively renovate your home in

Read More »
3-Smart-Reasons-to-Refinance

3 Smart Reasons to Refinance Your Mortgage

Buying a home is one of the most significant financial decisions you can make. A mortgage is a long-term financial commitment, with many people making 20 to 30 years of payments before they own their home. When interest rates drop, it can be tempting to refinance your mortgage. If your area’s home values have risen,

Read More »
a person holding a cat

What’s the True Cost of Owning a Pet?

Pets quickly become one of our most loved family members. Though getting a pet can add so much love and happiness to your life, it also comes with some financial costs. The cost of owning common pets, like dogs and cats, is beyond the initial purchase price. It’s important to consider these additional costs so

Read More »
a beach with the sun setting

6 Things You Should Do Before Summer Ends

It’s only September, but fall is starting to creep in. The mornings are getting cooler and Halloween decorations are popping up in stores. Autumn is a wonderful time, but you shouldn’t leave summer behind just yet. Make sure you enjoy these six activities before summer ends.   1. Take a family road trip. A road trip is

Read More »
a person's feet in a room

Reopening Your Church During a Global Pandemic: 5 Things You Should Know

When the COVID-19 lockdowns began to lessen in North America, whether religious services were “essential” became a heated debate amongst Americans, especially amongst churchgoers and the clergy.   According to an article published in The New York Times, over 650 cases of COVID-19 were linked to 40 churches and religious events that took place in the

Read More »