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I’m On a Boat: New App Makes It Easier to Have Fun on the Water   Recently updated !

Growing up, our family would head to Lake Cumberland every summer to hang out on the water and camp out under the stars. We didn’t own a boat so we often rented a pontoon from the local marina or took our turn riding in the back of my uncle’s Bayliner. Neither option was ideal but […]

Pontoon Boat Rentals

Construction Equipment Rentals in Oceanside

Construction Spending in the U.S. Up 0.8 Percent in May

And the beat goes on. On the heels of a 2.1 percent increase in April, the U.S. Commerce Department has announced that construction spending in the United States was up another 0.8 percent in May. According to an article in the Associated Press, this latest spike has pushed total activity to the highest point since […]


Your Yacht Isn’t Complete Without One of These

Okay, so maybe you don’t own a yacht, but I bet you’ve spent some time thinking about what it would be like to float around on one. Today’s superyachts are a billionaire’s dream and feature gorgeous interiors and “cutting-edge technology, including fixed-pitch propellers combined with a Rolls-Royce central booster jet” that lets riders cruise around […]

Yacht Rentals in Miami

Cape Cod Beach Vacation

4 Beautiful Beaches Hidden in Our National Parks

If I were to ask you to give me three words to describe a U.S. National Park, you’d probably give me a mix of any of the following words: Big, trees, canyon, wildlife, West, mountains, bald eagle, et cetera. But what if I told you that several of our country’s national parks are also home […]


How to Save Some Money When Landscaping This Summer

Improving your home’s curb appeal, doesn’t need to cost a fortune. Below, we’ve shared a few tips from Gerri Detweiler for Money for sprucing up your yard without spending a fortune. Mulch – for Free: Not only does mulch “freshen up a flowerbed” it also means less weeding and watering, which means you save more […]

Tips for Landscaping in Summer

Mountain Biking Colorado

Here’s Some of the Best Places to Mountain Bike in Colorado

Heading to Colorado this summer for a little mountain biking but aren’t sure where to go? The truth is, the entire state is great for the sport but there are definitely a handful of locations that stand out among the rest. Below, we’ve shared a list of the top mountain biking destinations in the Centennial […]


Tips for Budgeting a Family Vacation This Summer

In just a few short weeks, summer will officially start and families across the country will flock to beaches, lakes, mountain resorts and other destinations to enjoy a vacation. While most vacations aren’t exactly cheap, there are several ways you can stay on budget. Below, we’ve shared a few tips from Mikey Rox of The […]

Summer vacation budget tips

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6 Marketing Tips to Get Your Business on Track for 2015

No matter what type of business you operate or product you are trying to sell, marketing is one of the most important keys to your overall success. To help your company readjust in the middle of 2015, we’ve shared a handful of marketing tips from consultant Allison Turner of Pineapple Newspaper below. Remember, a good […]


Start Your Own Landscaping Business in 3 Simple Steps

So maybe you have a green thumb or perhaps you really know how to work a weedeater and lately you’ve been thinking about starting your own business. One with no office, just sunshine and fresh air. Before walking away from your current job, however, you might want to read the tips below first. Sure, while […]

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How to Start Planting Your Own Edible Garden Today

So you’ve got a bare spot in your landscaping or a small patch of grass in your backyard that you’re looking to fill. Sure, you could plant some more flowers or maybe even a small tree, but have you considered adding some edible plants? From herbs and berries to vine-grown veggies, there are lots of […]