Adequate Insurance Equals Peace of Mind

You might remember an earlier article of mine, explaining the importance of home insurance. I wrote a little snippet about a neighbor’s vacation home that burnt to the ground, and sadly, the homeowners weren’t adequately insured. In this day and age, it’s pretty uncommon for homeowners to lack insurance as most lenders and mortgagers required … … Continue reading

Benefits of Food Delivery Services

After a busy day at work, cooking is the last thing people want to do. While making food can be avoided, hunger is inevitable.  Luckily, there are now dedicated services that deliver food. These food delivery services offer massive assistance to millions of people around the globe. It is a huge support especially for those … … Continue reading

4 Ways to Make Your Company More Organized and Productive

Anyone involved in the business world can vouch that an organized business is also a productive business. This applies to all small and big firms. If you think you are not someone who possesses natural organizational skills, it is perhaps time to get the business and work place more organized. At the root of any product … … Continue reading

Should You Spend Your Money on Home Re-Decorating?

Have you ever shopped at neighborhood garage sales? You will find the most amazing collections of nearly new home decorating materials at them – beautiful lined panel drapes; lovely dining room furniture and display cases; wall art, wing back chairs, clocks and more – all for a pittance. I’ve used these finds to help furnish … … Continue reading

Budget Friendly Camping for the Whole Family

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 Camping is an awesome activity if you want to be closer to nature or get away from all the hustle and bustle of the city. It’s also a wonderful experience for the whole family, and spending some time in the great outdoors can teach the kids a thing or two about “roughing it” and what … … Continue reading

How to Plan a Multi-Generation Family Vacation

We Baby Boomers are fueling the travel industry and many of us are taking our extended families along on our vacations. Forbes reports that travel agencies say that 10% of their trips are multi generational. Even the New York Times acknowledges that: As boomers join the ranks of grandparents, many are financing vacations for their children and grandchildren Rueters … … Continue reading