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Setting New Year’s Resolutions

Setting New Year’s Resolutions With the year dwindling to a close, many people are engaging in self-reflection. They are thinking about all of the things they have accomplished and what more they could have done. Many will reflect on issues relating to self-control, such as weight loss or kicking an old habit, like smoking. However, […]


5 Maintenance Tips to Get My Water Heater Ready for Fall & Winter

Preparing your home for the colder fall and winter months is important for a variety of reasons. Mainly because maintaining your home’s plumbing system will ensure that you have access to clean, safe to consume water and that your water heater can supply you with hot, comfortable water whenever you need it. Keep reading to […]


Military Family Appreciation Month

Military Family Appreciation Month   Veterans Day was originally referred to as Armistice Day. November 11,1918 marked the official end of World War I, and to commemorate the day, legislation was passed in 1938 to dedicate the day to world peace and honor World War I veterans. Sixteen years and two wars later following the […]


Diabetes Awareness Month: Information You Can Use

According to research from the CDC, diabetes affects 29 million Americans. When you compare that to the entire population, it works out to a little over 9% of the total population of the US. November is National Diabetes Awareness Month and considering the staggering amount of people who suffer from it; it’s clear that we […]


Adopt-a-Dog Month

Adopt-a-Dog Month The month of October is Adopt-A-Dog Month, a month dedicated to encouraging people into adopting and rescuing a dog at their local animal shelter. There are many great reasons why you should adopt, rather than buy, a dog at your local shelter. You can also visit your local animal shelter and learn more […]


5 Ways You Can Be Involved with Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Breastcancer.org estimates that about 1 in 8 American women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime. Roughly 12% of women in America will be diagnosed with some form of breast cancer. It is the second most-commonly diagnosed cancer among women next to skin cancer. Taking the time to help […]


4 Tips for National Resume Month

 4 Tips  for National Resume Month Looking for a job can be stressful. Trying to put together a resume that stands out might seem impossible. September is National Resume Month, and we include four tips that you can keep in mind when organizing your resume. The Benefits of an Online Resume An online resume offers […]


How to Handle the Negative Effects of Putting Metamucil Down Your Drain

Experts say to use caution when putting things in the sink. Paints and cleaning products can contain hazardous chemicals that damage the water and drain system. Hard vegetable matter, grains, eggshells, and coffee grounds can clog your pipes and even damage your garbage disposal. Medications that are put down the drain enter the water supply, […]


10 Exciting Things to do in Georgia this Season

Georgia has it all when it comes to landscapes—coastlines, islands, mountains, forests, and more—making it a perfect destination for residents and travelers alike. If you live in Georgia and are looking for fun new things to do this season, or are visiting the state and want to know about all the must-see attractions the state […]


Family Fun Month

Family Fun Month The warm, lazy days of summer offer many opportunities to enjoy time with the family. You don’t have to escape on a long, exotic vacation to have memorable times, enjoy the outdoors, and have new experiences. You can plan a variety of activities that provide fun, chances to learn new things and […]