7 Helpful Tips for Seasonal Allergy Sufferers

Springtime is here! You know what that means… it’s time that seasonal allergies start kicking in. If you suffer from seasonal allergies, you probably aren’t looking forward to this. Taking a proactive approach to battling allergies will help you make the best of this inconvenience. The biggest secret to minimizing your seasonal allergy suffering is […]

Recipe of the Month: White Chocolate Raspberry Cheesecake

This sweet treat is a guaranteed hit! White chocolate and raspberry make a sweet to share. This one does take a bit of time to prepare, but I promise you every bite is worth it! What You’ll Need: 1 cup chocolate cookie crumbs 3 tablespoons white sugar 1/4 cup butter, melted 1 (10 ounce) package frozen raspberries 2 tablespoons white […]

February is American Heart Month

Since 1963, February has been recognized as American Heart Month to urge Americans to join the battle against these diseases and empower them to make healthy choices. The American Heart Association strives to increase awareness during February and raise funds for research and education. Many of us know someone who has suffered from heart disease, […]

Would You Be Prepared?

The beginning of a brand new year makes you hopeful and optimistic about what the next twelve months have in store. Many times this leads us to set unrealistic resolutions, and consequently, we quickly lose motivation and fail to reach our goals. However, there is one common New Year’s Resolution our agency can support… and […]

Personal Time Management

Ask yourself, “Who does your time belong to?” When you wake up tomorrow, you start your day with exactly 24 hours of personal time. Most of us have traded part of our 24 hours for benefits. Like going to school or work, you have traded part of your time for education or pay. Personal time […]

Don’t Forgot Sleep In the New Year

Sleep is something that comes naturally to everyone and most people do not think about it or its importance. For the most part, the only people who do think about sleep are those who are having a hard time falling asleep or sleeping through the night. In order to understand this natural part of daily […]

Recipe of the Month: From Scratch Gingerbread Cookies

What better way to celebrate this winter than by whipping up a batch of this classic holiday recipe? This is our favorite from scratch recipe for gingerbread cookies… decorate them however you want, and they’re still tasty as can be! What You’ll Need 1/4 cup (1/2 stick) butter or margarine 1/2 cup sugar 1 egg […]

Your Holiday Season Cooking & Cleaning Checklist

I love the holiday season and everything it brings – good food, quality time spent with family and friends, and a few days out of the office! Growing up, I always remembered the holidays being busy. From family coming from out of town to visit, to wrapping up school exams, and more, December always seemed […]

5 Wonderful Things About December

This time of year can be very hectic and chaotic. For those that have Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) it is compounded by depression. For a little pick me up as we enter the dark time of year, here are 5 Wonderful Things about December. Colder Weather.The best indicator that December has arrived is the weather. […]

3 Tips to Help You Prepare and Keep Your Home Safe This Winter

Fall is finally here and cold weather is on its way. November is a great month to prepare for the winter season. Properly maintaining your home and tools during the winter months not only helps you save on your utility bills but will also protect the investment that you made in your house. Your homeowners […]