Category: Culture

Ways to Embrace the “New Normal”

You have certainly heard the phrase “the new normal” when it comes to describing life now and moving forward, post-COVID. It describes the feeling there are some things that seem to have been fundamentally altered over the past few months. Additionally, it’s hard to imagine these things going back to the way they were before. Read More…

Is It Safe Living Near a Dispensary?

When you see a local vacant storefront with a sign that says, “Licensed Neighborhood Dispensary Opening Soon,” all sort of thoughts could race through your mind. Will it attract a bad crowd? Will my family be safe? Are my property values going to drop? Many people have the same worries. Let’s run through some of Read More…

Where You Can Go on Your Summer Vacation

This year, you may think that actually going away for a summer vacation is off the table. However, that doesn’t have to be the case. While it’s pretty safe to say that this year’s summer vacation options look quite a bit different from years past, there are still options. With a little creativity and reframing Read More…

Are You Paying the Right Price for Your New Home?

Home buying is a difficult game with expensive stakes. How can you know you’re getting a fair price when you purchase a brand new home?

How to Establish a Neighborhood Watch

A neighborhood watch can be a great way to make your neighborhood a little safer. If a person or property is being harmed, just the couple of minutes that an on-the-spot observer can save could mean the difference between help arriving in time or being way too late. Another helpful aspect of a neighborhood watch Read More…

4 Reasons Why You Should Know a Home’s Tax Value

A home’s tax value can give you lots of information about the home, its owners and more. Why might you need to get this important home information?

How to Throw the Best Super Bowl Party

Super Bowl LIV is just around the corner. Even if you’re not a big fan of the game itself, the Super Bowl is an amazing chance to get together with friends and family and have a great time rooting for whichever team you like more. And no matter how you personally feel about the Super Read More…

Rainy Day Activities for Kids

Winter often tends to keep people cooped up inside more than usual. Because it’s so cold outside, you can’t do all the same outdoor activities that you do during the summer. That often weighs heavily on families. Since kids tend to have more energy than adults–and without an outlet for all that energy–they can get Read More…

Is It Safe to Buy From Online Classified Ads Sites?

As the internet has become more and more prolific than ever, classified ads sites (like Craigslist, Recycler, and Pennysaver) are flourishing. These sites can be extremely useful, but they can also be dangerous, financially as well as physically. This can be especially true when a transaction on a classified ads site is completed in-person. If Read More…

Online Shopping for the Holidays

As the winter holidays start coming around, you’re probably going to start looking into presents for your friends and family. Although it’s still fairly popular to do your holiday shopping in brick-and-mortar shops and malls, it’s also very likely that you are going to make at least some of your purchases online. Going online offers Read More…