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Yes, There is Such a Thing as Smart Underwear

Let’s face it: A lot of us spend more time on our smartphones than we would probably care to admit. From apps and games to music and calendars, our smartphones play a big part in keeping us organized, entertained, and efficient. But is all of that time on our phones unhealthy? What about all of […]

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Football Season Safety

Best Tips for Staying Safe During the Fall/Winter Sports Season

  With football season in full swing and basketball practices set to tip off in the coming weeks, we thought it would be helpful to share a list of tips to make sure your young athlete stays safe on the playing field this year. Below, we’ve posted a list of tips, courtesy of Scott Sailor […]

5 of the Best DIY Projects for Rookies   Recently updated !

If you’re not that great with power tools or simply looking to ease your way into the DIY world, it’s probably best to start with a smaller project before diving into a complete kitchen remodel. Below, we’ve shared a list of five DIY projects for rookies, written by Laura Firszt for Hardware Replacement: According to […]


Autumn Boating Season Destinations

4 of the Best Spots to Go Boating This Fall

Sure, summer is probably considered by most to be the best time of the year to go boating, but that doesn’t mean you should put the boat away when the fall season rolls in. In fact, there several great spots across the U.S. that are perfect for viewing the changing seasons from the water. Below, […]

Your Home Improvement Plan for the Months Ahead   Recently updated !

When you own a home, the to-do list just never really seems to end. To help you keep organized and to make sure that everything gets taken care of around your home, we’ve shared a month-by-month home improvement plan that originally appeared in Better Homes & Gardens. Below, you will find a list of tasks […]

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Fall Camping Trip Rentals

Don’t Let Pests Spoil Your Fall Camping Trip   Recently updated !

  Fall is the perfect time to grab your family and camping gear and head out for a few nights under the stars. While camping provides a great escape from the daily grind, you’re probably not going to be able to escape several little critters such as mosquitoes and ticks who are out to ruin […]

What to Do Now if You’re Selling Your Home Next Spring

  If you’re thinking about selling your home, you probably know that one of the best times to put it on the market is in the spring. If that’s the game plan, that means you have a few months this fall to get your home ready for buyers once spring rolls around in 2016. So […]

DIY projects to do before you sell your home

Fall home maintenance checklist

7 DIY Projects to Take Care Of Around The House This Fall

Well, the summer season has come and gone and fall has rolled in. Here in Kentucky, temperatures are cooling off and the leaves are already changing. Before we get too deep into the season, however, there are some things you should take care of around the house. Below, we’ve shared a list of these DIY […]

Advocates Call for Better Access for Disabled Riders Using Uber and Lyft

If you’ve ever used Uber or Lyft, you understand why most people prefer either over your everyday cab. Although the rates can be higher in certain areas, the convenience and ease of use for both is unmatched. Although the services have been the target of cab drivers and legislators for over a year, the two […]

Advocates say Uber and Lyft not accessible for disabled.

Best home improvement projects

How to Make the Most Out of $10K for Home Remodeling

If you’re a homeowner, you know there are several hot spots within the home that are attractive to prospective buyers if you ever decide to sell. However, according to an article by Michael Corbett for Trulia, it’s important to understand that there’s not always a direct relationship between what you spend to make upgrades and […]