Be Prepared When the Storm Hits

Along with flowers and warmer weather, spring can bring something that’s not so pleasant—the threat of severe weather. I wanted to make sure that you and your family were aware of some important preventative tips to keep in mind if severe storms come your way this season. It’s best to always keep a battery-powered radio […]

May is National Asthma and Allergies Awareness Month

May is the peak season for allergy and asthma sufferers which makes it the perfect time to educate people about these two diseases. Asthma is a disease of the lungs that occurs when airways become blocked or narrowed making it difficult to breathe. While asthma affects about 25 million Americans, each case is unique. Some […]

Recipe of the Month: Grandma’s Best Chocolate Chip Cookie

My family has made many memories with this classic recipe. I hope you and your family enjoy these cookies as much as you enjoy spending time together making them. Ingredients 2 cups all-purpose flour 1/2 teaspoon baking soda 1/2 teaspoon salt 3/4 cup unsalted butter, melted 1 cup packed brown sugar 1/2 cup white sugar […]

Earth Day is Friday, April 22nd

The theme this year for Earth Day is “Invest in Our Planet”. It focuses on accelerating solutions to combat our greatest threat, climate change, and to activate everyone from governments, businesses, and YOU to do their part. There are many environmental issues that we are dealing with as a society, and sometimes it may feel […]

10 Motorcycle Safety Tips for Spring

This time of year is when many motorcyclists start taking to the road. After the long, cold winter, many riders are eager to start taking their bikes out. If you are not a motorcycle rider, please be particularly diligent at this time, and all others, of motorcyclists. If you are, please be informed to help […]

April is National Stress Awareness Month

Everyone feels stressed from time to time with their busy lifestyle. If left unchecked, it tends to be a real joy-killer. Stress can also lead to several major health problems, ranging from anxiety to severe depression and from mild acne to life-threatening heart attacks. It is easy to see why it is so vitally important […]

Recipe of the Month: Peanut Butter Potato Candy

If you are still in the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day or just want to try something different, try out this traditional Irish recipe. This easy-to-make, surprisingly yummy recipe will be loved by the entire family, plus everyone can help in the kitchen… it’s super simple! Ingredients 1/4 cup mashed potatoes 2 tablespoons milk 1 […]

What You Need to Know About Renter’s Insurance

Many people choose to move during the springtime and early summer when more flexible schedules allow the time, and the kids are out of school. Springtime means changes of all kinds for many families… you may even have a teen you’re going to be moving out on their own soon! If you’re planning an upcoming […]

Do You Plan to Wear Green Tomorrow?

Whether you can trace your families’ bloodlines to Ireland or not, most people celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Here are a few St. Patrick’s Day Fun Facts: Tradition says that you wear green on St. Patrick’s Day to hide from leprechauns that would pinch you. St. Patrick was not born in Ireland. It is believed he […]