Brand loyalty begins early and is often carried over into adulthood. Think like both a parent and a young adult because years from now, they will still be your greatest consumers. Grow with them or risk being left behind.
Nowadays recycling is the new “new”. Thrift stores and recycling centers are now definitely getting the attention and profit they deserve. You can even sell some of these pieces for profit. Or better yet, revel in the fact that you’re the only one in the neighborhood who owns a unique piece.
For some of us, our pet is our comfort zone. Having a dog is not always stressful and high maintenance. Once you’ve gotten the hang of training them and are familiar with their bodily routines, taking them almost anywhere with you is possible.
Spring is fast approaching, but it’s not too late to squeeze in some last minute snow fun. Take advantage of these last few remaining winter weeks – before snow turns into slush.
Every passing year surely means introductions to the latest car models. However switching cars isn’t as simple and conventional as upgrading to the newest iPhone.
Whether you plan on maneuvering by private vehicle, bus, or on foot, make sure you take the necessary precautions to reach your destinations safely and dry.
Prepare your stomach, cholesterol levels and sleeping patterns this holiday season. Don’t deny yourself the pleasure of enjoying grandma’s potato salad and Auntie’s golden brown turkey. However, ease up on stuffing yourself with stuffing.
The more you hang out with people who are more physically fit than you, the greater your chances of dropping those extra pounds.
Studies prove that working out with a partner burns more calories – you lose about 10 pounds more compared to when you exercise on your own.
From Thanksgiving to Christmas to New Year’s, how many times have you considered – or even volunteered – to be the host?
Maybe next year then, when you’ve (hopefully) transferred to a bigger house, right?
We all want to believe that we live in a world where we can leave our doors unlocked (intentionally or not) and still be safe. Unfortunately, that isn’t the case in all neighborhoods.
We don’t necessarily have to build moats around our homes, install exaggerated laser security systems or set-up cameras in every corner.