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Raccoon Removal is the Most Humane Solution

January 9, 2018 | Author: | Posted in Home and Family

Raccoons are very cute, but they can cause a lot of damage to a home or business. They can also be very dangerous and have been known to kill chickens and attack cats and kittens. It is not uncommon for raccoons to tear holes in roofs to get access to an attic or to go …


Three Tips for an Eco-Friendly Move

January 2, 2018 | Author: | Posted in Home and Family

The home you’re in isn’t always where your heart is; in fact, if you’re moving voluntarily, that’s a virtual certainty. As such, it can be tempting to simply throw away everything you won’t need and make a clean break towards your new future. Of course, that’s not advisable since the “out of sight, out of …


5 Hidden Costs of Moving Companies

December 26, 2017 | Author: | Posted in Home and Family

Professional movers are usually upfront with all their fees, but it happens sometimes for some charges to be written in fine print in your contract or not specified at all. Every agreement usually has hidden costs, so it’s best to know ahead of them and use a moving calculator. This way, you can be prepared …


Top Gifts For a 21st Century Dad

December 19, 2017 | Author: | Posted in Home and Family

What does it mean to be a father in today’s world? There used to be a very strict hierarchy in families, where the dads were the tops dogs and the bread winners and the women were very much stay at home carers for their children. However, over the years, dynamics have changed, with men taking …


How to Best Prepare Your Kids for Dating Relationships

December 12, 2017 | Author: | Posted in Home and Family

As a parent, one of your most important task as a parent is to prepare your kids for success in their dating relationship. preparing your kids for dating relationships begins with teaching and modeling the right lessons for your kids from the time they’re very young. If teach your kids these simple lessons, you’ll be …