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What We Know About Sinkholes, and What We Don’t
Posted: April 23, 2019
Imagine this: You’re leaving your house, ready to tackle the working day, only to discover a large, inexplicable hole where your car is supposed to be. That’s the thing about sinkholes. They’re just baffling. At first glance, sinkholes are nature’s slapstick: sudden, unpredictable, dramatic and absurd. But there’s a serious side, too – lives have been lost in sinkholes, and the U.S. Geological Survey estimates...
How to Help Your Employees Return to Work
Posted: April 17, 2019
As a business owner, your employees are important to you. Making sure they’re taken care of, especially if they’ve needed to take time off from work for an injury or illness, should be a top priority. Related: 5 Workplace Safety Tips for Small Businesses and Startups If one of your employees files a workers’ compensation claim after an incident at work, it’s important to support...
8 Easy and Affordable Ways to Upgrade Your Kitchen
Posted: April 15, 2019
It’s been said that the kitchen is the heart of a home. That’s because for many families, it’s where you spend most of your time – whether it’s preparing meals, doing homework or chatting over a cup of coffee. Kitchens are not just for cooking anymore. With the increasing busyness of family life and the popularity of open concept floor plans, the kitchen has slowly...
7 Smart and Stylish Ideas for Your Mudroom
Posted: April 9, 2019
The mudroom is one place in your home where you can excuse a bit of a mess. After all, the word “mud” is in the name, right? It’s true that there’s nothing glamorous about corralling your family’s shoes, coats and backpacks. But just because the mudroom serves as a transition between your home and the messiness of the outdoors doesn’t mean it has to be...
How to Freeze Your Credit (and When You Might Need To)
Posted: April 5, 2019
If you’re like most Americans, you probably rely on the internet to do everything from buying birthday presents and booking vacations to managing your bank account and paying bills. But for every transaction you make, you’re trusting a company with some type of personal information. And even if you’re not making purchases online yourself, most corporate systems are still connected to the internet. All this...