Category: Noteworthy (page 2 of 52)

When Quitting is the Exact Right Thing to Do

Most of us are raised under the belief that life is about never giving up, especially in the pursuit of a long-term goal.  However, there is value in knowing when to consider if this pursuit is worthy of your continued time and effort based upon the... Read More

Share and Connect With Music on Facebook

Last week Facebook is introducing a range of new music-related features to its platform. “Sometimes the right words to fit your mood, feeling, or personality can be hard to find,” the company stated in a blog post. To solve this apparent problem,... Read More

Don’t Fall Sick with a Foodborne Illness this Autumn

The temperatures are falling right along with the leaves, and all those autumnal traditions and festivities are just around the corner. Whether it’s picking apples and drinking cider, having fun on a hayride, walking amongst the colorful trees, or... Read More

The Most Dangerous Writing App!

Have you every scared of losing all the things that you have written on a blank page? Here is a really cool web tool that actually threatens you with destroying your data. The Most Dangerous Writing App is a web tool that gives you a clean,... Read More

Get Your Home and Office Organized with Mindspace

You know what they say, “a clear desk leads to a clear mind.” Well, it actually goes a lot farther than that. A clean, organized kitchen, office, bedroom etc., can help you be more productive. Enter Mindspace the ultimate organizational... Read More

Halloween Spending & Financial Fears in 2018

Trick or Treat? It’s that time of year again, and not just in the candy-and-costumes sense. We’re entering the most expensive real estate on the calendar, when consumers traditionally rack up billions of dollars in credit card debt, investors... Read More

A storm is coming – be prepared – @verizonfios

A fall Nor’easter is forecasted to hit the East Coast this weekend, bringing heavy rain and strong winds.  In the event of a power outage, here are some quick tips to get you back up and running once your power is restored. To fix most... Read More

Know Thy Expiration Dates

What do fire extinguishers, medications, packaged food, some medical supplies, and batteries have in common? They all have expiration dates and will lose their effectiveness once expired. Check the date. Make sure your fire extinguisher... Read More

Disney’s Mary Poppins Returns!

In Disney’s MARY POPPINS RETURNS, an all-new original musical and sequel, Mary Poppins is back to help the next generation of the Banks family find the joy and wonder missing in their lives following a personal loss. Emily Blunt stars as... Read More

5 Tips to Keep Your Little Monsters Safe on Halloween

Everyone loves a good scare on Halloween, but not when it comes to child safety. There are several easy and effective behaviors that parents can share with kids to help reduce their risk of injury. Hard Facts On average, children are more than twice as... Read More

Be Safe, Be Seen on Halloween

Safety Tips for children at Halloween.  ... Read More

What’s Your Plan?

Plans are hard to make in the best of circumstances. I have great intentions to plan a family vacation but it gets complicated and doesn’t happen. I’ve intended to make a family emergency plan for the longest time. It, too, doesn’t... Read More

The Rule Of Threes

The Rule of Threes states, humans can survive three weeks without food, three days without water and three minutes without oxygen. In an emergency evacuation, hopefully oxygen won’t be an issue and finding a way to shelter will be a planned-for... Read More

A Storm Is Coming – No Problem – Just Add Water

When there’s a storm on the way and a power failure is a possibility, it’s a good idea to fill your tub with water.  We’ve all been there – when the power goes out, the water very well may stop running. If it’s an... Read More

Do You Live in a Flood Zone?

An article in Houston media caused us to wonder how many people don’t realize they live in an evacuation zone. Not knowing may be particularly true of people who have moved recently since not all real estate laws require disclosure that a... Read More

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