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Having Thanksgiving in a Small Place

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If you live in an apartment or have a small house, being the one to host Thanksgiving can seem pretty daunting. You want your guests to feel comfortable but you know you have limited space. Don’t freak out just yet!  Even though you can’t increase the size of your space by Thanksgiving there are some … More

Auto Insurance Myths


When you’re purchasing auto insurance it’s important to know what different factors impact the price of your premium. But with many factors that contribute to the price of your premium sometimes false information gets spread. Here are some auto insurance myths and the truth behind them. “The color of my car effects my rate” The … More

What You Can Do To Help Prevent Procrastination


Sometimes it helps first to identify why we are experiencing procrastination. Understanding our triggers can help aid in the fight against procrastination and to better implement practical helps along the way. Causes of Procrastination: Being Disorganized: If you’re not sure what’s on the to-do list or don’t even have a to-do list then things seem … More

Buying The Right Used Car

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Buying a used car can be a tricky process. Unlike buying a new car, buying a used car means you will be buying a car that has been driven and used and could potentially have problems. Whether you are buying from a private owner or going through a used car dealership, it always seems like … More

5 Insurance Policies You Need To Have

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I think we can all agree that insurance is important and needed. But sometimes talking about insurance or knowing what you need can seem daunting. Since there are so many coverage’s out there and you can get insurance to cover almost anything, you want to know which coverage’s are for you. Even though there are … More

Sharing the Road: Cyclists and Drivers


In 2012, 4,743 pedestrians and 726 bicyclists were killed in crashes with motor vehicles (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Traffic Safety Facts). This is a huge statistic that needs our attention. The sad thing about this statistic is that many of these fatalities could have been avoided if we exercised caution. If common courtesy was … More

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