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  1. Breaking that 8% : tips to help you achieve your new years resolutions

    by jfinn

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    New year, new you?! Self improvement, or at least the desire for it, is a shared American hobby. It’s estimated that 40% of Americans make New Years Resolutions, however only 8% of people actually achieve them. Here are some tips to help you break that 8% and set and achieve your new years resolutions… Keep it simple […]

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  2. Use Panty Hose for a fast fix

    by jfinn

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    Did you know that panty hose’s can be used to remove ice from gutters.  That is right take a pair of panty hose fill them with chloride ice melter.  Then place on the roofline and the gutter and let the calcium chloride go to work.  Pretty soon you will have ice free gutters.  Please be […]

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  3. Coach’s requirements for Michigan Youth Sports

    by jfinn

    It seems like we don’t go a weekend without hearing of some major athlete having a concussion and a coach/trainer testing to see if he/she can go back into the game. The State of Michigan has put together a concussion program that everyone associated with youth sports (coaches, employees, volunteers) must take. It is a […]

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  4. Renters Insurance

    by jfinn

    What is renters insurance? If you live in a rented apartment, condo, or house, your landlord’s insurance never covers your personal belongings. That means if something valuable is stolen or a fire destroys everything you own, it’s your responsibility, not your landlord’s. Since the cost to replace your personal property could be much more than […]

  5. Introducing… Tall Paul’s Pickles!

    by jfinn

      As July comes to an end, and you begin to plan last minute summer activities, be sure to consider attending the Buy Michigan Now Festival this weekend and supporting our favorite pickle company, Tall Paul’s Pickles! Locally grown, Tall Paul’s Pickles are Michigan made and sure to please the taste buds! Located in downtown […]

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  6. Understanding Water Back-up coverage

    by jfinn

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    Water back-up is one of the most common causes of loss for homeowners, but also one of the most misunderstood. What is covered in the standard homeowners policy? A standard homeowners policy provides coverage for water that backs up through sewers or drains as long as it originates on premises. If something like the toilet […]

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  7. Healthy Eating During the Summer Season

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    Summer is well on its way, and you’re probably already starting to enjoy the outdoors—at least a little bit more than the winter. Spring is a time of new life, and it’s also a great time to take a break from work and to sit back and relax. When it comes to our waistlines, however, […]

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  8. How Is Lung Cancer Diagnosed?

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    With growing health concerns looming in the country, we thought we’d take this month to let you know about one particularly large health risk in this country: lung cancer. Lung cancer kills more people than prostate cancer, colon cancer, and breast cancer combined. The good news is that early diagnosis can greatly improve a person’s […]

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  9. Preventing Parking Lot Accidents

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    Contrary to popular belief, a high percentage of car accidents occur in parking lots or garages. Although you are not driving at freeway speed, there are more obstacles in your path, from pedestrians to cars pulling out in reverse. Preventing parking lot accidents depends largely on your observation skills. Driving Into the Lot Keep your […]

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