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 […]

Spring Forward on Sunday, March 13th

It’s almost time to spring forward! Be sure to set a reminder to move your clocks ahead an hour on Sunday, March 13th to make sure you are not an hour late 😊 This is also a great time to take care of important tasks around your home: Change the batteries in your smoke detectors […]

March is Save Your Vision Month

It is estimated that 93 million adults in the United States are at high risk for serious vision loss. Proper care and caution are very important to prevent serious eye diseases and possible blindness. You can reduce your risk of vision problems by taking steps as simple as wearing sunglasses and getting an annual eye […]

Recipe of the Month: Tater Tot Topped Casserole

Six ingredients and ten minutes of prep are all you need to make this creamy, delicious goodness! It’s so good you may want to make a double batch and freeze one for another day! Ingredients 1 pound ground beef 1 medium onion, chopped (about 1/2 cup) 1 can Campbell’s Condensed Cream of Mushroom Soup or […]

Protecting Your Home and Avoiding Water Damage

Every home is vulnerable to leaks and flooding. Dealing with water damage can be expensive and annoying. The good news is there are several easy ways to prevent water-related problems. Look at these maintenance tips to help keep your house dry and your foundation strong. Clean your gutters. To do their duty, gutters must be […]

Are You Keeping Your Heart Healthy?

February is American Heart month and that means it’s a good time to think about being heart healthy. Heart Disease kills over 650,000 Americans each year. It is the leading killer among both men and women being 1 in 4 deaths. According to the Center for Disease Control, making these healthy lifestyle choices can help: […]

Groundhog Day Fun Facts

Every year we celebrate Groundhog Day on February 2nd. Here are a few fun facts about the cute little furry animal. The average groundhog is 20 inches long and 12-15 pounds. Groundhogs are covered with coarse grayish fur tipped with brown or dull red. They have short ears, short legs, and a short tail. Groundhogs […]

Recipe of the Month: Ham and Potato Soup

Here’s a classic tasty recipe for Ham & Potato soup that is very easy to make. Not only is it yummy, but it will also keep you warm during the cool winter months! Plus, you can add your own twist to it by adding some of your favorite ingredients. Ingredients 3 1/2 cups peeled & […]

Prevent Frozen Pipes This Winter

Frozen pipes can be a huge inconvenience and a mess to clean up if they burst. Before it’s too late, now is a good time to learn how to protect your home from costly repairs. Having the pipes in your home freeze can be easily prevented if you know what to do. Here are a […]