Category: Noteworthy (page 2 of 55)

Ways To Keep Warm, When It’s Cold

“Hypothermia is a medical emergency that occurs when your body loses heat faster than it can produce heat, causing a dangerously low body temperature.”  Don’t get left out in the cold. Hypothermia is real and can happen... Read More

Google Chrome will start globally blocking harmful ads

Google Chrome will begin blocking harmful ads worldwide from July 2019, following the new standards determined by the Coalition for Better Ads. “Today, the Coalition for Better Ads announced that it is expanding their initial Better Ads Standards... Read More

What Your Kids Really Need To Know To Survive As Adults!

Let’s take a journey back to your high school or college days. Remember when you’d be low on cash to have fun with your friends or you’d be taking another loan out to pay for the upcoming semester? As students you probably never really sweat it... Read More

The Hidden Dangers of Keyless Car Systems

Today’s cars can be technologically advanced. Navigation systems tell us how to get to our destinations. Awareness signals on the driver and front passenger mirrors warn us when there is a car in our blind spot, a back-up camera and beeping alarm... Read More

Where Should I Place my Carbon Monoxide Detectors?

Now that winter is here, the widows are closed for the duration and the furnace is set on high its time to make sure our carbon monoxide detectors are working and placed correctly to save us in the event of an emergency. Every fuel-burning appliance in... Read More

How Much Can I Expect to Pay in Taxes on My Investments?

When we earn money from our investments, Uncle Sam wants his cut, too—just like with the rest of our income. But since investment gains—meaning what we make when we sell an investment for more than we paid for it—aren’t always taxed the same... Read More

Serve on #MLK Day & Beyond

Make it a Day ON, Not a Day Off! There are many ways you can participate in the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service. You can join a project already planned in your community; you can develop your own project with family, friends, and... Read More

Free your mind!

Let me guess – it’s 2019 and you made some New Year’s resolutions – right? What you’re really thinking is that you can’t wait for February – so that you can return to your old habit and not feel guilty.... Read More

5 Signs Your Child Has a Restricted Airway

For most people, breathing is automatic – the air goes in, the air goes out, and we don’t even think about it.  But for those who have airway problems, it is never that simple –  especially for children. “Children who suffer from air-passage... Read More

When Should I Hire a Tax Pro?

Good news for procrastinators: The 2018 deadline for filing taxes has been pushed back two days to April 17. (The 15th falls on a Sunday, and Washington D.C. celebrates Emancipation Day on the 16th.) That doesn’t mean you should wait, though, if... Read More

Cold Weather Tips to Stay Safe in the Snow!

By: Eric Lupton, CEO, Across the nation, snow has finally arrived. Kids may be excited for snow days and ice skating, but this can be a worrisome time for many parents. At Life Saver Pool Fence, we believe in keeping children safe all... Read More

Why Does My Netflix Subscription Price Continue To Increase?

Netflix on Tuesday announced its largest price hike since launching its streaming business 12 years ago, upping subscription rates anywhere from 13 to 18 percent. Effective immediately for newbies and being phased in over three months for current... Read More

The PVC Pipe Book: Projects for the Home, Garden, and Homestead

Got spare PVC pipe? Now’s the time to put it to work, making useful and fun projects!  With a few simple fittings, common home-improvement-store PVC pipe can be treated much like building blocks. And with simple step-by-step instructions, The PVC... Read More

Creating The Perfect Environment For Box Set Bliss

They say that staying in is the new going out, thanks to Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, etc. It’s no longer a case of talking about what you got up to the night before, but whether you’ve seen the latest show that everyone is talking about. Let’s face... Read More

6 Home Projects That Cost Less Than a TV

Giving your home a little extra “umph” doesn’t have to cost thousands of dollars. In fact, you can dramatically improve the looks of your home for less than the cost of a new TV. Ready to find out how? Keep reading to discover the six projects... Read More

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