Could A Tesla Be The Safest Family Car You Ever Buy?

 

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When it comes to buying cars, you have to think about one main factor; your family. Preferably, the car you buy should be good for your family, and keep everyone safe while you go from A to B. This is why you don’t see many parents driving their family around in fast sports cars! Aside from being impractical with hardly any space, they’re just not safe enough either! Read more


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The Best Christmas Presents for Dogs

 

The 4 Best Christmas Presents for Dogs

We are a nation of dog lovers, with around 44 percent of all households in the US owning a pet pooch. That’s a staggering 78 million dogs. So it should come as no surprise that, since they are one of the family, we also love to treat them at Christmas to something special. So what can you buy the dog in your life to make their Christmas a happy one? Read more


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Pity The Fool Who’s Careless With Tools

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DIY is one of the most satisfying trends to hit the world over the last couple of decades. For the people getting involved, a world of self-improvement and discovery awaits, and a lot of people will be eager to get started on this journey. Of course, though, there are a few things you need to consider, first. The most important of these is safety, and this post is here to help you out, exploring some of the different areas you should be thinking about. Read more


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Tips on Finding the Perfect House

Time has come and you want to purchase your own home. You want to find that perfect house for you and your family but unsure what is perfect and if perfect exists. I know that people may say that no home is perfect, however, I do think you can get close and as long as you think it is than it is perfect for you. Purchasing a house is a huge investment and I do not say that lightly as this will be your home most likely for 10+ years. My parents purchased their home in 1976 and my mom still owns it today. I am going to give you some tips on what to look out for to help you get started to finding your perfect home. Read more


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3 Useful Pieces Kitchen Equipment Everyone Should Have

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Your kitchen needs a lot of equipment so that you can make delicious meals as quickly and easily as possible. Some pieces of equipment are more useful than others. Bearing that in mind, here are some essential pieces of kitchen equipment. Read more


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6 Reasons Your School Website Isn’t Engaging Parents

 

6 Reasons Your School Website Isn’t Engaging Parents

“At the end of the day, the most overwhelming key to a child’s success is the positive involvement of parents.” – Jane D. Hull, American educator and former politician

Every parent wants the best for their child. It’s a simple fact that these caring parents would do anything to give their child the best education they could provide. But it’s also important to understand that not all students get to reach their full potential because of barriers and obstacles they have no control over. Read more


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Preparing Your Garden for the Toughest Winter Months

 

Winter is well and truly upon us, and if you wanted to prepare your garden for it then you should have already done so by now. But, if you haven’t done so then all is not yet lost. Yes, because we have not yet entered the toughest winter months — you know, the ones where it is that cold that daily life becomes a chore— there is still hope. But, you’re going to have to move quickly if you want to truly prepare your garden for these months because they are looming. And, if you want to prepare your garden in this way then make sure to take heed of the advice below, too. Read more


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6 Doggie Diseases To Watch Out For

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Much like humans, dogs can get sick. There are a range of illnesses and diseases that a dog might get in its lifetime. That is why as a dog owner, it is your responsibility to know what these might be and catch the symptoms as early as possible. You should already be registered with a vet, but if you are not then you need to go register as soon as possible.

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Your Home’s Exterior To-Do List For 2018

 

With the holidays here; the last thing you might be thinking about is the maintenance of the exterior of your house. However, if you’ve noticed a few issues when you’ve been stringing up the festive lights; it could be time to write a different kind of list, and plan what you need to do during the new year. Minor issues on the outside of your home can escalate to major problems, especially in various weather conditions. If the problems on your home’s exterior aren’t dealt with as soon as possible; they can begin to creep into your interior space and bring those issues inside the home. Therefore it’s crucial that you make a thorough list of all the jobs that need doing so that you have a comfortable and functioning household during 2018. Read more


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Is Corduroy Making a Comeback this Fall?

I’m sure many younger generations are thinking to themselves say what?! If you are unfamiliar with Corduroys I can tell you that they are one of the most comfortable form of clothes I have worn as a child. Corduroy is similar to the feel of velvet, cotton blend that has raised ridges on the fabric. As a child growing in this era where Corduroy was very popular I can tell you I must have owned 5-6 pair of Corduroy pants, 4-5 Corduroy jumpers and even a Corduroy vest or two! My brother dressed in Cords as well. Read more


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