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foggy windshield
No matter what the climate is like where you live, keeping the temperature comfortable inside your car may mean battling foggy windows. If you live in a climate with cold winters, you’re often using the heater to stay warm in your car, which can result in fog on the inside of your windows. In warm, humid areas, turning on the…
phoenix light rail train
In New York, the subway is the popular mode of public transportation. In Boston, it’s the “T,” and in Los Angeles, riders jump on the Metro. Nearly every established city in the country has a public transit system used by thousands of people every day— and Phoenix is no different. More than 49,000 people use the Phoenix Metropolitan Light Rail System on…
Chicago skyline purple
The Windy City is known for Michigan Avenue and the breathtaking Lake Shore Drive, but how well do you know the other streets in Chicago? Find out with this quiz: Originally published September 2013.
Coffee cup on table by fireplace.
Homeowners typically know they need to protect the outside of their homes from winter weather extremes. But what about maintenance to help you stay comfortable and safe inside when the temperatures drop? Here are some considerations on where to start. Thermostat Ranges Energy.gov suggests using a programmable thermostat to maintain certain temperatures throughout the day. You may want to set yours…
10 Must-See Places On and Near the Las Vegas Strip
Las Vegas is one of the most visited cities in the United States, with more than 41 million visitors each year, according to the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority. Whether you are looking to take a road trip or hop on a plane for a long weekend, there are plenty of attractions to see both in…
jumper cables
As a teenager, I was lucky enough to have my own car — a 1988 burgundy Pontiac 6000 STE. It was very reliable — until I left the headlights on for about seven hours straight while I was at school. After classes ended that day, I hustled out to my car, turned the key in the ignition and ……
pile of firewood outside.
From buying it to burning it, knowing a few things about firewood can greatly help the productivity of your wood stove, fireplace and fire pit this year. Here are some tips from the Wood Heat Organization to help you prepare. What Makes for Good Firewood? When determining which types of firewood burn better, it’s important…
woman at coffee shop reading a tablet.
Being a landlord comes with many benefits, especially when you have responsible tenants. It is ideal to lease to someone who consistently pays rent on time, takes care of the property and follows the rules of the lease. But, how do you find this person? While traditional advertising methods, such as placing an ad in…
older couple walking up to a home with a for rent sign outside.
Many people dream of the day when they can leave the workplace for good and devote their time to family, a little rest and relaxation or their favorite hobby. In fact, according to Transamerica Center’s Annual Retirement Survey, 77 percent of workers in 2016 are actively saving for retirement, either through their employee benefits or…
covered motorcycle
Cooler temperatures may put a frown on your face. As a rider, you can start to see the motorcycling season winding down. Generally, though, for a majority of riders the riding season ends in late October or early November. Right now is a perfect time to think about winterizing your motorcycle. If it’s your first time storing your motorcycle for winter hibernation, here are some helpful tips to guide you…