Winter is a time filled with joy, cozying up by the fire, and relaxing. This season tends to bring people together. It can also keep people inside depending on where you live due to the weather. And when we spend more time inside, we're less likely to get active.
Here are three ways on how to keep your health up during the winter.
The leaves on the trees are finally changing and that means one thing: fall is here. Grab yourself a pumpkin spice latte and say hello to all things sugar, spice, and of course, everything nice.
With an autumn scented candle wafting through your home, you can tackle anything, including preparing your home for the fall season. Here are some tips to create the coziest atmosphere for your home this fall.
Buying a car can be a very exciting time for you, especially when you're starting a new family. Even though the thought of a new car is exciting, there are still things you want to consider when making such an investment. If you've never bought a car before or just want to make sure you make the right choice for your new family, consider these simple but helpful tips.
Last year, we took a look at a booming trend in multigenerational living: the in-law suite. Now, with more families staying home than ever and many sharing concerns about the health of older Americans, it's no wonder that families are getting creative when it comes to expanding the possibilities for the extended family. Hence, we're serving up some thoughts on building an in-law suite, 2020 style!
Although 90% of seniors say they'd want to remain in their own homes as they age, living alone isn't always a possibility (nor is it always recommended). However, that doesn't necessarily mean that it's time to consider assisted living facilities or nursing homes nearby. In some cases, building an in-law suite -- also known as a granny suite -- may allow your older loved one to retain their independence and privacy while remaining safe and well cared for.
In our digitally-driven world, we rely on the internet for just about everything. But while technology provides us with a lot of conveniences, it also makes it easier for our personal information to fall into the wrong hands. And during a pandemic, those events can become even more damaging—and are also proving to be even more commonplace.
Whether you're continuing to work from home for the foreseeable future or you want to bolster protection for your small business, cybersecurity is a measure that's worth investing in. Let's take a look at why it's so important to focus on these considerations now more than ever and what you can do to lower your risk of becoming a victim.
As the summertime looms, the urge to get out and explore the world is growing. Many of us abhor staying in one place; we'd rather look toward the next great adventure away from our houses. When going on vacation, there are several different modes of transportation to consider. Flying on a plane still remains the most popular but many enjoy going by boat or even train.
However, many travelers enjoy loading up their vehicles and heading out on the open road. In fact, between 22% and 39% of all vacations take the form of a road trip.