Author: Rachelle Wilber

Pest Problems? How to Get Rid of Pesky Critters Once and for All

If pest problems are bugging you, there are steps you can take to remediate the situation. In addition to being a nuisance, pest problems can cause major damage to your home and put your health in jeopardy. Here are four ways to get rid of your pesky critters once and for all. Seal Entry Points Pests love to get into homes through every opening they can find. Making sure that the areas around your doors and windows are sealed properly can prevent many of these critters from entering. Pests are also known to enter through dryer vent and exhaust...

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4 Sleek Changes Your Passenger Vehicle Absolutely Needs

Vehicles come with standard equipment and appearances from their manufacturers, but that means there is plenty of room for owners to customize their passenger cars any way that suits them. These changes can be entirely aesthetic or provide practical purposes, or both. Look into making these four sleek changes to your vehicle to spice things up. A Winch or Grill Guard If you enjoy the outdoors and your car will be doing a lot of off-roading, a winch and grill guard will make your car look much more rustic and intimidating, as well as provide a practical purpose. Winches...

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4 Skills Every Child Needs to Learn before the Age of Ten

One day, you’re cradling your newborn baby. The next day, they’re graduating from high school. Okay, it doesn’t happen that fast, but it can seem like it. Children grow up before our very eyes and take on all sorts of talents, from walking to speaking to riding bikes. You need to be as aware of your child’s development as possible. Here are four skills every child needs to learn before the age of ten. Swimming We might spend the vast majority of our time on land. However, understanding how to swim is critical for your child’s survival. We’d not...

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4 Tools Every Professional Contractor Should Have for a Renovation

As a professional renovation contractor, you often are quite busy looking for more clients as well as balancing your books and so much more. All this can be a bit overwhelming. However, proper organization is the secret to more efficient work. In line with this, there are tons of tools you often use but some you may have purchased but never even used. Here is a checklist of must-have tools in this profession. Hammer Hammers come in different shapes and sizes, and each has various uses. However, as a home improvement contractor, you need a hammer especially if your...

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Prone to Accidents? 4 Ways to Protect Yourself

Many of us have a tendency to be accident prone. This can be a serious problem, especially in the workplace. Here are four ways to protect yourself if you are accident prone. Pay Attention to Your Surroundings If you work in an environment where being clumsy can cost you your life, you must face the fact that you cannot be clumsy. You must pay attention to everything that is going on around you. Pay attention to what people around you are doing. Be mindful of where your body parts are at all times. For example, is that paper a...

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Social Security Disability Options for the Elderly and Handicapped

Most people don’t think about becoming disabled, especially when they are young. However, an illness or accident can leave you with an impairment that prevents you from earning a living. The Social Security Administration says that one in four people who are now age 20 will acquire a disability before reaching retirement age. The chances are high that you or someone you know will face this challenge at some point. Social Security Disability Definition According to the Social Security Administration, a person is disabled if he or she is diagnosed with a medical condition that prevents him or her...

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Spinal Decompression: 4 Ways to Minimize Back Pain

If you suffer from back pain, it can be an incredible nuisance on your life. But, it doesn’t have to be that way. There are many different ways to minimize your back pain. Whether it be checking your posture, maintaining a healthy life style or seeking treatment from a medical professional, these are all ways to prevent and manage your back pain. Check Your Posture Your posture is incredibly important when it comes to preventing back pain. Bad posture can cause you unneeded back pain. When you are sitting or standing, be sure to push your shoulders back and...

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How a Personal Loan Can Get You through to Your Next Paycheck

In reality, most people aren’t born rich and life’s necessities and desires aren’t easily attained. Most people have to work jobs in order to financially support their means of survival in which the average person usually has to live within a budget by formulating plans to manage their money because the cost of living (food, gas, utilities, etc.) is just too high. Personal Loans are Accommodating and Purposeful The average person’s paycheck typically doesn’t cover all of their expenses and this is why so many people also have to live from paycheck to paycheck. As a result of this...

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How to Store Your Stuff without Making a Mess of It

Decluttering your home is a great way to find more space and feel better. But there’s only so much you can actively use, and only so much you can throw away. At some point, there’s going to be stuff you need to store. But how do you store your stuff without it being a mess? Here are a few tips. Store Like with Like, and Label It Gather everything you want to store, and sort it based on what goes together. Store all things kitchen-related together, or all holiday decorations, or all seasonal clothing sorted by season. Label each...

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How to Help Your Kids Learn More from the Comfort of Home

In our modern world, families are realizing that children’s education is so much more than the day they spend in school. Since kids are constantly learning, many parents have decided to take advantage and extend their kids’ learning to the home. The home is a great place to learn. Kids are in their natural habitat and they can be comfortable. Read on for some ideas on how to help your kids learn more from the comfort of home. Incorporate Technology We live in a world of ever changing and ever advancing technology. In order for your children to be...

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