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How Urgent Care Can Help Your Family Save Money

You probably know what it’s like to get sick on a Friday. Maybe you have a urinary tract infection, or your child has an ear infection. It’s going to be very uncomfortable for you until you can get to your doctor’s office on Monday. You may be considering a trip to the emergency room, but you know what a hassle ... Read More »

How Charitable Foundations Help the Community Your Family Lives In

A charitable foundation is an organization that is created to provide financial support and assistance to other charitable organizations or toward some community based solution, such as education, workforce development, social justice, etc. A charitable organization, formed under the provisions of I.R.S. section 501(c)(3), may be one of three types: private operating foundations, exempt operating foundations, and grant-making foundations. In ... Read More »

Dyslexia – the creative genius and how you can help your child

Discovering that your child is dyslexic can be a stressful experience for parents, particularly when it comes to education and your child’s ability to learn. However it need not be! There are a number of misconceptions concerning dyslexia, including the idea that children with dyslexia are difficult or ‘slow learners’, when in reality a child’s mental capabilities is not hindered ... Read More »

4 Outdoor Family Bonding Activities

Thanks to busy schedules and an abundance of technology in the home, good old fashioned family quality time is something that can often fall by the wayside. To get your family to come together, leave the familiar behind and take inspiration from the world outside. Here are four possible activities you and your family can take part in, away from ... Read More »

Raising a Child to be Appreciative

It’s quite alarming to see posts on social media about kids who seem to be very unappreciative of their surroundings. This photo went viral on the Internet and it’s very disappointing to see reactions such as these from children who seem to be luckier than most, especially those who live in third-world countries. Teaching kids how to be appreciative is ... Read More »

Best Ways To Lose Weight After Pregnancy

(Image via PublicDomainPictures Giving birth is a magical thing. Carrying someone in you for nine months and then bringing them into the world. There’s nothing that beats it. Although pregnancy is probably the most painful experience ever, seeing your baby’s smile is worth it. The downside of pregnancy is that it can leave some after effects on you. Even ... Read More »

Batteries You Should Have at Home

We have become more and more dependent wireless, mobile devices. With a simple charge from a wall outlet, we are ready to engage in various forms of communication, from texting, email, messaging, and the occasional person-to-person telephone call. This type of daily interaction goes unnoticed for most of us but what would happen if an emergency situation occurred or if ... Read More »

Chimney Cleaning

When you are sitting by your fireplace sipping hot cocoa keep in mind the dangers of not cleaning your chimney.  If you have a chimney in your home make sure to have a regular cleaning performed to prevent the buildup of flammable substances and keep your fireplace functioning properly. Contact for all your chimney cleaning needs. Risks of Not ... Read More »

Delightful Ways To Bond With Your Family

As you know, I’m happily married and have four beautiful children. I love to spend time with my family and create new memories with each other. I know that for many, it can be difficult at times to bond with your family. Bonding becomes much harder if you have a large extended family. Work and other commitments can get in ... Read More »

Types of Wood You Should Consider for Your Home

A standard material used in the construction or renovation of a new or existing home is wood. Wood stands the test of time as a building component because of its durability and, in many cases, affordability for both builders and homeowners. The types of wood used in home construction projects varies, based on where you live and the type of ... Read More »