Don't Get Blown Away! Tornado Safety Tips

Tornadoes really blow. I’m not just talking about wind speed either. Every year tornadoes are responsible for killing over...

Is That a Mophie Power Boost Mini in Your Pocket?

Mophie Power Boost Mini is a great portable battery charger. It’s small enough to fit comfortably in your pocket...

Are You Ready for This? Being Prepared for Medical Emergencies.

Summer break is coming and the kids will soon be out of school. No matter how vigilant you are...

How to Make Paying Bills Easier

One of these days I hope to be well-off enough not to stress over money. Until then I will...

Tired Achy Feet? How To Choose the Right Insole

Feet hurt after a long day’s work? Maybe you need some good old fashioned sole food. When you’re on...
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