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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

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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. Quick, Healthy Breakfast Ideas

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    The idea that breakfast is the most important meal of the day may sound clichéd. However, there is truth to the idea that consuming a morning meal can boost productivity when working on tasks throughout the day as well as help dieters avoid making decisions that may sabotage a healthy eating plan. Lack of time […]

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  5. Flooding Prevention and Tips

    by jfinn

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      With the rainy season coming, take these steps to protect your home from water damage:  Fix leaks immediately. Leaky roofs and foundation cracks allow water to get into your home, which can weaken the structure and provide a perfect habitat for mold. When you see wet spots on the ceiling or cracks in the […]

  6. The Dangers of Drunk Driving

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    No matter the time of the year, the dangers of drunk driving cannot be understated. Drinking alcohol and driving is a dangerous combination that can have catastrophic and deadly consequences to life and property, as well as to one’s personal and financial status. There are many ways to emphasize the hazards of operating a vehicle […]

  7. Safety Precautions and How to Prevent Kitchen Fires

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    The kitchen is one of those areas where hundreds of problems could potentially happen. While some can be harmless, there are some that can be deadly. Learning how to prevent kitchen fires is easy with some caution and safety precautions. But do you know what to do if there is a fire? To make sure you’re […]

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  8. 17 OF THE WIERDEST SUPERBOWL BETS

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    17. What kind of hat will Bruno Mars wear during the halftime show?  Ever $66 bet gets you $100 16. Will Richard Sherman get a taunting penalty? (4/1 on yes) 15. Coin toss: Heads or tails? 14. Peyton Manning total passing yards over/under 289 13. Will the player who scores the first touchdown have a […]

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  9. 9 volt batteries burning down the house

    by jfinn

        Did you know that a 9 volt battery could burn down your house? Important things to keep in mind regarding safety with household objects:   If you’re like most of us, you store your batteries in “junk” drawers and random places around the house. All you need is a metal object to strike […]

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  10. Do you know whose coming into your home or business?

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    Many of us contact contractors to come into our homes and place of business to either fix something, install or build and are not concerned with the liability coverage that they have.  For the majority of us our home is one of our biggest assets and yet we don’t spend the time to determine if […]

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