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Last updated: December 10, 2018 • Lifestyle

Best Vacation Destinations This Summer

Summer is coming and with it, that desire of getting away from wherever you live and seeing the world. With that in mind we decided to do a post with the best vacation destinations this summer, but soon realized that it really varies from person to person. The definition of a perfect vacation for a …

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Last updated: October 24, 2018 • Lifestyle

Is Your House Making You Sick? These Clean Air Tips Can Help

Breathing conditions like allergies and asthma can be worsened by poor air quality, and while we believe that our homes are usually the safest places for us, that can sometimes be far from the truth. Air quality can be just as bad indoors as it is outdoors, and possibly worse. Whether you or a loved …

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Last updated: March 29, 2018 • Lifestyle

Crock-Pot Recipes for Fall

Fall is our favorite time of year! Whether you have real estate in Nashville, Tennessee; Denver, Colorado or Asheville, North Carolina; when the weather starts cooling down, a warm meal begins sounding better and better. In cases like these, a crock-pot becomes both your canvas and paintbrush to make a wonderful meal that can feed you, …

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Last updated: March 29, 2018 • Lifestyle

Actions Speak Louder than Words! Teach Your Children to Simplify Their Lives

We live in a world of sophisticated technology. Parents are encouraged to give more and more to their children.  Advertisements tell kids they need the latest app, computer or video game. Peer-to-peer parents are telling one another to keep their kids busy with extracurricular activities and their child will be left behind if they are …

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Last updated: March 29, 2018 • Lifestyle

Discover the Hidden Gems to Watch the Solar Eclipse around the US

Ready for the solar eclipse on Monday? Here are the five things you need to know. WHEN: The solar eclipse is happening this Monday, August 21st. It will be viewable across the US along the path of totality (places from which the sun’s face is seen as being completely obscured.) If you are not directly …

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