Whether or not you hear it, one day your reality might feature your NEIGHBOR’s TREE falling into YOUR YARD during a windstorm. If that is the case, WHO is responsible to cover the cost of cleanup and/or damages?
July is the perfect time to spend a little less time on the phone and a little more time in the present moment. Below are 7 cell phone etiquette tips to keep in mind all year long.
According to the FBI, a home is burglarized every 15 seconds in the United States – resulting in an average valued loss of $2,188. Follow these vacation safety tips to keep your home and family secure while you’re away – and you can even use some of these tips when you’re home.
In 1942, Congress approved the U.S. Flag Code, establishing an official etiquette for the handling and display of the U.S. Flag. The cardinal rule is to always treat the flag respectfully… essential specifics include…
Fireworks are an American tradition on the Fourth of July, however fireworks are EXPLOSIVES and as such must be handled with care and caution at all times. Here are 20 common sense safety tips to follow that will keep everyone safe this holiday weekend.