Many parents debate on whether or not to send their new high school graduate off to college with a credit card. For some parents, the thought of their kid with unlimited access to anything they want to buy can be far from comforting. Continue reading
If you’re planning to move, considering how your furry friend will take the transition is an important part of the process. Here’s five tips for making it a smooth and painless trip for your pets. Continue reading
June 10, 2015
Google is my friend. Whenever I start writing a blog post, like this one, inspired by my mom (HI MOM!), I always start by doing a Google search on the topic. It’s just a good research practice—to see what else has been written on a topic you’re writing about. A topic like, for example, heating oil.
December 8, 2014
Summer is in full swing, and with the entire month of August still ahead, now is not the time to stop trying to sell your home.
July 28, 2014
This post is a follow-up to last week’s “5 Tips for Selling this Spring.”
The spring market is in full-swing, which means good things for buyers and sellers alike. If you’re planning to buy this season, there are some tips you can utilize to make the most of your home buying process.
May 19, 2014
The spring market is in full-swing, which means good things for buyers and sellers alike. But, if you’re planning to sell this season, there are some tips you can utilize to make the most of your home sale. Following a harsh winter, full of snow and a polar vortex, buyers are poised and ready to hit the market again.
May 12, 2014
Tailgating is an integral part of football culture. For both professional and college football fans, tailgating is as much about traditional and superstition as it is about food and drinks. So, the last thing you want is to come across as an inexperienced rookie. You might not be able to secure a win for your team, but you can secure a win in the parking lot.
September 3, 2013