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  • Less Havoc, More Magic: Easy Tips to Simplify the Holidays

    Less Havoc, More Magic: Easy Tips to Simplify the Holidays

    Christmas is a special part of childhood, and there is plenty of pressure on parents at this time of year to make sure it's an unforgettable time for their families. It's important to remember what never gets tossed in the recycling with the wrapping paper afterwards: the Christmas memories you...

  • Sparking a young audience interest in STEM with great music and apps (Video)

    Sparking a young audience interest in STEM with great music and apps (Video)

    Sorry, but your browser does not support the video tag. HeR Interactive partnered with the Berklee College of Music and DMI Music & Media for a songwriting contest to encourage student songwriters to create an original theme song for the new mobile game, Nancy Drew: Codes & Clues, where this modern...

  • Home for the holidays: What to look for when visiting your parents

    Home for the holidays: What to look for when visiting your parents

    The holidays are for more than talking turkey. While it's a chance to spend precious time with your parents, for long distance caregivers, it's also an opportunity to see how Mom and Dad are coping on their own. Maybe they're thriving, or maybe they're not. Maybe they need to make changes to continue...

  • Sometimes, even parents need a 'time-out' (Infographic)

    Looking for a gift for a mom or dad? How about giving them a little "me time?" From feeding, to diaper changes, to bath time and everything in between, a parent's work is never done, but you might be surprised at what they would do with some time to themselves. Luvs conducted a poll of moms across...

  • 5 great gifts guaranteed to delight the food lover in your life

    Do you have a loved one who is always experimenting in the kitchen, loves to try new flavors, and is known to binge-watch cooking shows for hours? This person is a bonafide food lover; passionate about all things edible. The holiday season is the best time to celebrate what makes your friends and...

  • A holiday wish list that can make a difference

    "What do you want this holiday season?" It's a question many of us will get asked in the coming weeks – if we haven't been asked already! And what's on your wish list this year? New golf clubs? Spend more time with family? Make a difference in someone's life? Many people look for opportunities...

  • New wrinkles in tax strategies could help smooth your year-end planning

    As 2016 enters its final weeks, it's a good time for year-end tax planning strategies — including some new wrinkles: Plan for 2016-2017 together: Consider reducing your overall tax liability by shifting income and deductions across 2016 and 2017. Assuming similar income for both, you can accelerate...

  • Winning the fight against the dropout rate one student at a time

    Winning the fight against the dropout rate one student at a time

    Sorry, but your browser does not support the video tag. When you consider the "official" high school dropout rate in the U.S., it might not seem so bad at first; 6.5 percent of young people 16-24 years old have dropped out, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. However, you...

  • 4 tips to help keep your home warm, comfortable and energy efficient this winter

    4 tips to help keep your home warm, comfortable and energy efficient this winter

    With winter comes the holiday season, a time that's supposed to be associated with "comfort and joy." But how joyful will it be if pests invade your house, or if your home is cold and drafty? Help stay warm all winter long by addressing factors like air leaks from gaps and cracks that can make...

  • 3 ways to turn discarded wood into beautiful home decor

    3 ways to turn discarded wood into beautiful home decor

    The saying, "what's old is new again" has been around for years, but most recently represents a popular trend in interior design — upcycling old items with a new purpose. Everyone from high-end designers to DIYers are enjoying and incorporating this trend into their everyday life. From five-star...

  • 5 insights into the Asian-American financial experience

    Prudential’s 2016 Asian-American Financial Experience surveyed more than 2,000 self-identified Asian Americans. Prudential’s survey found that this group — one of the fastest growing population segments since 2000 — places a higher priority on family-related financial goals relative to the U.S....

  • Hispanics at the forefront of digital banking trends

    Hispanics at the forefront of digital banking trends

    With a population of more than 55 million and estimated buying power of over $1.5 trillion, Hispanics in the United States are continuing to shape economic trends; however, as new research finds, they're shaping digital trends as well. This year's Bank of America Trends in Consumer Mobility Report...

  • 4 Tips for Better Sleep

    4 Tips for Better Sleep

    It’s no secret sleep is critical to one’s overall health and well-being. We’ve all heard getting six to eight hours of sleep is recommended, but busy work schedules and ongoing personal commitments make it difficult to make sleep a priority. So how can you ensure you’re getting quality shuteye?...

  • Snowmen: The endangered species no one talks about

    For many, snowmen are an iconic part of winter. Millions of people have memories of building their round snow bodies, using pieces of charcoal for their eyes, crooked sticks as arms and a withered carrot for a nose. Unfortunately, the way things are going, snowmen may stay just that: a memory. The...

  • Time-saving tips so parents can have a little break

    Time-saving tips so parents can have a little break

    You wake up before the sun rises to shower and get ready for the day. Soon you hear the patter of tiny feet upstairs. You get breakfast ready for your little ones and then get them dressed. Between packing bags and preparing lunches, you barely have time to grab breakfast for yourself. You rush...

  • 5 ways to create a nostalgic holiday experience

    As you grow older, the meaning of the holidays often changes. As a kid there were, of course, the endless assortments of cookies and treats, and sleepless nights anticipating what Santa might bring. Then the holidays brought relief from school, a break from work, maybe some ugly sweaters and a...

  • The holiday hero lineup: Not all heroes wear capes (Infographic)

    This year, Michelin is celebrating the unsung heroes who work tirelessly behind the scenes to help make the holidays special. We're talking about the people who help you fly, those who grow the food for your holiday feasts, and the ones who deliver the gifts and goodies that make the holidays memorable....

  • Modern desktops: Re-imagining the workhorses of personal computing

    Modern desktops: Re-imagining the workhorses of personal computing

    With the rise of mobile devices, you might wonder what the future holds for desktop computers. While the total number of mobile users surpassed desktop users around 2014, the number of people still using desktops might surprise you. The desktop is alive and well, and a new crop of task-specific...

  • 5 steps for happy holiday spending

    5 steps for happy holiday spending

    For many families, holiday shopping may lead to a home full of toys, closets stuffed with today’s trends, and tech-savvy games and devices, some of which will be loved for months, while others will be tossed aside before they've even been paid for. Worse yet, if you use a credit card for the gifts...

  • 5 affordable ways to connect with family without breaking the bank

    5 affordable ways to connect with family without breaking the bank

    Ready or not, the holidays are fast approaching. While it’s a season known for celebrating family and friends, the stress of gift-giving and holiday planning can make people lose sight of what’s really important. Here are five ways you can easily connect with your family without breaking the bank....

  • Your family's guide to cold and flu season

    Every year in the U.S., there are more colds than people. Annually, nearly 320 million Americans catch 1 billion colds, according to the U.S. National Library of Medicine. Seven in 10 people will turn to over-the-counter (OTC) medicines to help them feel better — and many of these medicines may...

  • Five Ways to Help You Enjoy the Holiday Season

    Does the phrase "relaxing holiday season" seem far out of reach? If it does, you’re not alone. There’s plenty to do during the holidays: there are gifts to buy, parties to host, work to finish and travel plans to make. With a hectic schedule, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. This year, pace yourself...

  • Set aside a food budget: Holiday tips from the Holiday Experts (Infographic)

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  • 5 tips to for pain-free holiday shipping this year

    It took some long nights, longer drives and a lot of caffeine, but your holiday shopping list is just about done. Congratulations! Unfortunately, that’s only half the battle. Now it’s time to take all of the items you lovingly purchased for those people on your holiday shopping list and turn them...

  • 7 gift ideas for the seniors on your holiday shopping list

    She always has time to listen when you need to talk, and her cookies taste like sheer love. He never says “no” to helping out with household repairs or just hanging out with you watching the game. This holiday season, you want to get Grandma and Grandpa the perfect gift, but it’s not always easy...

  • Have more money for the holidays with these 5 tips

    The holidays are here again. It's that time of year when you get together with family and friends, take some time away from work and live out the definition of "it's better to give than receive." And, if you're like many Americans, this is also the season when you give a little too much and find...

  • 5 ways to find extra money during the holidays

    The holidays are here again. It's that time of year when you get together with family and friends, take some time away from work and live out the definition of "it's better to give than receive." And, if you're like many Americans, this is also the season when you give a little too much and find...

  • Find savings through recycling this holiday season

    Out with the old and in with the new is a common theme during the holidays. Couple that with the breakneck pace of technology these days and the old in your home is probably a lot more digital than it has been in the past. Now you've got to make some room because your wish list is loaded with tech...

  • Research: Men want useful gifts, not fluff this holiday season

    Let's face it — most men are really hard to buy gifts for. If you're trying to choose a meaningful gift this holiday season, psychologists have some advice for you: Consider what he will actually use and appreciate, not what you believe expresses your feelings. And please not another tie. Many of...

  • Students attitudes towards digital course materials in 2016 (Infographic)

    While education improvement has been an undeniable focus in the U.S., it's surprising to note that the transition to digital learning has been less of a priority. Educators' appetites for digital course materials and courseware are growing, the capabilities are available, but the stark reality...

  • Easy DIY tips to save on your winter energy bills

    Here's what Americans have to look forward to this winter: While the south will be drier and warmer, the northern U.S. can expect "wetter, cooler conditions," predicts the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). "Regardless of the outlook, there is always some chance for extreme...

  • 10 truly unique gifts for under $100

    Some people are incredibly easy to shop for. You can go into any store and find something they would like. For others, you can spend months looking and still not discover the right gift. So what do you get the person who has everything? Furthermore, how can you get a unique gift at an affordable...

  • 4 reasons why you should fill your shopping cart with store brands

    Price isn’t the only reason 97 percent of millennials say they buy store brands. Shoppers age 18-36 say store brand products are also more innovative than brand name ones, deliver better value and are higher quality than ever, according to a report by Mintel. What's more, millennials aren’t the...

  • 5 easy ways to 'charge up' your recycling habits

    Americans generate about 254 million tons of trash annually, according to the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) most recent figures, and only about one-third of that waste is recycled. For many, one of the main barriers to recycling is not knowing how or where to recycle certain items. For...

  • 5 ways dogs are more than furry friends

    Did you know that approximately 37 to 47 percent of households in the United States have a dog? Chances are you have a pet dog living in your household, or you know someone who is a pet owner. Unconditional love is one of the many benefits of man's best friend; however, dogs can also play an important...

  • 5 fresh meal theme ideas for the holidays

    Everyone looks forward to giving and receiving, decorating and celebrating with friends, but food is one of the must-have elements that makes the holiday season brighter. That perfectly roasted turkey on the table at Thanksgiving or Christmas really sets the tone for seasonal celebrations. With...

  • A surprising strategy for getting the most out of your Social Security

    The temptation to start collecting monthly Social Security checks at age 62 is hard to resist, but claiming the benefit too early can have damaging consequences for your overall retirement funds. According to Kiplinger.com's October list of "Financial Decisions You Will Regret in Retirement," taking...

  • Trailblazing in tech: Hispanic consumers lead mobile-first lifestyle (Infographic)

    Hispanic consumers are increasingly reliant on mobile devices to navigate everyday life. In an average day, many even admit to interacting with their smartphone more than anyone else. This digital lifestyle also extends to how they manage their finances, as a vast majority turn to mobile to bank...

  • How bundling up your student loans could save you money (Infographic)

    Juggling private student loan payments may seem complicated, but it doesn't have to be. If you're looking to lower your monthly payments, or for an easy-to-track monthly payment, student loan consolidation may be right for you. Consolidating means adding each of your student loan balances together...

  • 3 ways schools are redefining mealtime

    What’s the most important part of a child’s school day? Is it math? Reading? History? How about lunch? Research shows that children who eat breakfast and lunch are more attentive, have a better attendance rate and ultimately do better in school. But getting children to partake in school meal programs...

  • 7 Social Security facts you need to know

    Planning ahead and getting an accurate picture of your options may be key to getting the most out of your retirement. However, a survey commissioned by Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company (MassMutual) aimed to better understand how much Americans know about Social Security retirement benefits...

  • Plastic prosthesis helps one dog live a better life (Video)

    Sorry, but your browser does not support the video tag. Hudson is a friendly 4-year-old pit bull mix, a therapy dog who brings smiles to everyone he meets. You wouldn't know it now, but Hudson's life began in tragedy: when he was just a few weeks old, he was abandoned on railroad tracks, severely...

  • 4 ways to make your family's holiday portraits shine

    Take a look at your family. How many changes have crept in since last year? And one year from now, when it’s time to send out holiday cards again, think about how much more they will have changed. Sending a family photograph as your holiday card is one way to share with your friends and loved ones...

  • No excuses: Preparing for earthquakes goes beyond the 'Big One'

    Through September, more than 2,700 earthquakes with a magnitude of at least 2.5 have rattled the contiguous United States in 2016, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. A majority of those tremors are harmless and might provoke little more than a “Did you feel that?” However, the pure volume...

  • Scaring up cash: Liberate yourself from haunted finances and prosper

    Did you retire the checkbook and register years ago? Do you now pay your bills automatically? If you answered yes to these questions, then you may be in the dark about your account balance(s) and exactly where your money is going. One or more skeletons could be lurking in your financial closet....

  • How small businesses can capitalize on the holiday shopping season

    For entrepreneurs and small businesses owners, the holiday season offers an incredible opportunity to boost sales and increase the bottom line. Just like how the early bird gets the worm, starting holiday promotions early will position your business for optimum growth. Polishing your online identity,...

  • 5 ways to protect yourself from technology scams

    "What's your favorite scary movie?" This famous line from the film "Scream" sent shivers down the spines of moviegoers everywhere and made us all think twice about answering the phone. But while Ghost Face and his creepy question are nothing more than fiction, the wrong call in the real world can...

  • Chores earn high marks as financial teaching tools, parents agree

    When you pay your child $5 to clean the garage or $6 to mow the lawn, you’re accomplishing far more than just getting the tasks done. A majority of parents use chores to teach their kids that money should be earned, a new study reveals. “Sixty-eight percent of parents believe kids should get an...

  • 5 ways creativity-inspiring video games can help parents share quality time with kids

    When winter arrives, parents eagerly anticipate taking kids on family vacations and spending more time with them during the holidays. Kids look forward to more free time for their favorite video games. However, a growing body of research indicates video gaming can actually be a good thing for parents...

  • Top tech students will need to succeed this school year

    Today’s high school and college students rely on technology for a lot more than entertainment and socializing; their devices are vital for their academic success. With the right tech in hand, young adults are primed to work and study more efficiently. If you’ll be sending your teen back to high...

  • Why you should cozy up to your chip card this fall (Infographic)

    - By now you're aware of the shift in the U.S. from magnetic stripe credit cards to EMV chip cards. Either you've been issued one by your financial institution, or you've seen them being used at your local retailers. Although chip cards have received scrutiny because transactions take a little...

  • How to ease into your back-to-school routine

    Getting your kids out of their summer routines and transitioning to earlier wake-up calls and adjusted bedtimes might sound like a chaotic task. But with a little bit of planning, prepping and making sure your kids are involved, you'll have them excited for a new school year and keep your family's...

  • Modern family portraits: How tech is driving design in today's living rooms

    The evolution of American families and their changing lifestyles is a popular topic these days. As family dynamics and lifestyles morph, they drive a change in home design. Aside from the enduring presence of a TV and seating, today’s living room looks and functions very differently from living...

  • 5 organizing tips to help tame back-to-school chaos

    From school supplies and first day outfits, to lunch boxes and carpool schedules, back-to-school stress and to-do lists can seem endless. This time of year, moms and dads are feeling the pressure to get organized, no matter their natural tendency: neat freak, hopelessly messy or anything in between....

  • Four top tricks for a successful school year

    As summer comes to a close, there are probably some mixed feelings among parents and students. As a parent, you may feel a certain relief seeing back-to-school ads and signs, while your children often dread the end of summer fun. Both parents and kids have a lot to prepare for. In addition to the...

  • Get adventurous with these 5 fun family activities

    Before this year ends, take advantage of the free time you have to partake in fun activities with those you love the most: your family. It's tempting to stick to the same routine of going to the local playground, taking in a movie or playing in the backyard. Why not try some new experiences this...

  • Keep your dog fit and healthy (Infographic)

       

  • Job alert: Diesel technician and truck driver shortage countrywide

    As the transportation industry continues to grow and baby boomers continue to retire, the need for trained diesel mechanics and truck drivers has never been greater. Job openings span the United States, and many sit open while businesses feel the stress of a massive talent shortage. For people seeking...

  • From stains to storage: Easy home cleaning solutions that open up time for fun

    Juggling parenting duties and work obligations, not to mention household chores, is a lot for one person to take on and yet, moms like you do this every single day. So often you get caught up in all the busyness, you forget to set aside time to relax or just have some fun. Fortunately, there are...

  • 5 smart ways parents save time and money with a boss mindset

    When it comes to parenting, there are as many styles as there are stars in the sky. It doesn't matter if you're a known helicopter parent or you prefer detachment parenting methods, there's one thing everyone can agree on: You want to parent with compassion and confidence. Every mom knows that managing...

  • Don't let joint pain keep you from doing what you love (infographic)

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  • 3 simple ways to improve your Facebook security

    Your Facebook profile is a representation of you on the Web. It's where you connect with friends, learn the latest news and find the best reviews of the restaurants and products you enjoy every day. You use your Facebook profile all the time, so you want to make sure the information you display...

  • 5 fun and cool ways to make extra money for the holidays

    Brace yourself — the holidays are coming, and so are post-holiday bills. How will you cope with yours? Last year, Americans spent an average of more than $800 per person on holiday shopping, according to the National Retail Federation. In 2016, nearly 700,000 people will take seasonal retail jobs...

  • 4 ways you can help your cat with asthma

    Humans aren't the only ones that can suffer from asthma. As one of the most common respiratory diseases in cats, asthma affects about 1 percent of the domesticated feline population in the U.S. Cats between the ages of 2 and 8 are most likely to develop the disease. Described as a constriction of...

  • 4 popular benefits that can help protect your retirement savings

    Would you plug a leak if it cost $6 billion a year? That's the amount of "leakage" or retirement savings lost every year from retirement savers defaulting on their loans from 401(k) plans, according to a 2014 report by the Pension Research Council (PRC), Borrowing from the Future: 401(k) Plans and...

  • Wireless home phone devices offer savings and mobility

    It seems more and more of us are "cutting the cord" these days, moving away from hard-wired connections to cable TV, internet service and more. The freedom to go wireless offers options that we couldn't have imagined just five or 10 years ago — you can stream movies on your phone while sitting...

  • 6 tips to put a stop to bullying

    Bullying is a tough reality for many children. One out of every four students reports being bullied during the school year, according to the National Center for Educating Statistics. But the news gets worse. Studies show that children who have disabilities are two to three times more likely to...

  • Pension plan funding shortfalls threaten retirees in all 50 states

    Everyone knows it is important to save for retirement in order to build a nest egg and enjoy the "golden years." So why is it that state and local governments many times act irresponsibly when it comes to saving for the future of public employees? Government pensions are the way in which state and...

  • Feed backyard birds this season for the greater, global good

    When you fill your bird feeders and put fresh water in the birdbath this season, you’ll definitely be giving your feathered friends a helping hand. But you could also be serving the greater good! Take note of the birds that visit your yard, and you’ll be ready to participate in the Great Backyard...

  • The best Halloween decorations to spook guests (Video)

    Sorry, but your browser does not support the video tag. With elements of mystery and fright, the right decorations will set the stage for the ultimate Halloween. A haunted typewriter that writes help? What a creepy delight. A bejeweled skeleton? How oddly elegant. From witches to other wonders...

  • The caregiving journey through Alzheimer's and dementia (Infographic)

    There are more than 5 million Americans living with Alzheimer’s disease and that number is expected to grow as more people develop the disease, according to the Alzheimer’s Association. That leaves more than 15 million care partners caring for a loved one and wondering what the future looks like...

  • Celebrate 100 years of majesty with a visit to a national park

    It has been 100 years since an important American institution was born. On August 25, 1916, the National Park Service was signed into law by President Woodrow Wilson and was established as a new federal bureau to oversee the country’s national parks and monuments. Since then, the national park system...

  • Career planning: Tips to help your student succeed after high school

    There was a time when a college degree was considered the surest path to financial security, a home and The American Dream. But today, when you talk about a university education, you’re just as likely to hear about student debt, dropouts and low wages. What happened? Start with the glut of college...

  • Fire safety reminders to protect your home and family

    With Fire Prevention Week taking place from October 9-15, it's a great time to evaluate your home for fire safety. According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) September 2015 Structure Fires Report, U.S. fire departments responded to an estimated average of 357,000 home fires per...

  • Move over mosquitoes: Tick prevention grabs attention in fall and winter

    Zika-carrying mosquitoes had their moment this year as the nation’s top headline-grabbing pests, but the arrival of cooler weather means the resurgence of another disease-carrying insect. Ticks transmit a number of diseases, including Lyme disease, that affect people and pets. And while cold weather...

  • Bottled water: The healthy, environmentally friendly drink

    Whether you drink it to quench your thirst or use it to wash your laundry, water is an indispensable part of our lives and our world. It's also an indispensable part of a healthy diet. That's why more and more Americans are choosing to increase their water intake. In 2015, the average American drank...

  • Learn a life-saving skill that will save lives with these 4 steps

    Choking is the fifth leading cause of unintentional deaths in the Unites States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. While choking is more likely to occur in children 3 years of age or younger, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics, choking emergencies can happen...

  • 'Tis the season for charitable giving: 5 tips for savvy donors

    While many people may be thinking of pumpkins, apple picking and football in the fall, this time of year also marks the beginning of the holiday giving season. Savvy donors understand the practical benefit of giving before the end of the calendar year — to ensure credit is received on their next...

  • Tips for getting senior photos that you and your teen will love

    Here it is, the final year of high school. A year from now, nothing will be the same, so this is, no doubt, an exciting and often nostalgic time for the entire family. As this final year of high school begins, now's the time to think about senior portraits. Of course, you want your teen to be on...

  • Sentimental gift ideas with lasting meaning

    The newest gadgets and gizmos are popular gifts for both young and old. However, as quickly as these items gain notoriety, they just as quickly lose it. Soon they are forgotten or replaced. More people desire to create a gift-giving experience that will always be remembered. That's why sentimental...

  • Fall: Best season for planting trees that boost home and community value

    Planting a tree is an investment in the future, according to a Greek proverb: "A society grows great when old men plant trees under whose shade they never expect to sit." But did you know planting trees around your home is also an investment in your real estate value and the value of your neighborhood?...

  • The cost of chores: How much should you pay your kids? (Infographic)

    Your son mowed the lawn while your daughter cleaned out the garage. How much do you owe them? A new COUNTRY Financial Security Index shows 68 percent of Americans believe children should receive an allowance for completing chores. Check out the going rate for some common chores in this infographic, and...

  • 6 unconventional jobs you can get with an IT or business degree

    Good compensation and benefits, doing meaningful work, and having the opportunity to advance – those elements have always been what employees desire in a career. But do these desired job qualities have to come at the expense of discovering new careers? "Demand for cybersecurity and finance professions...

  • 7 things you should look for when evaluating swim schools

    “Golden Growth.” That’s what USA Swimming has said of the recent surge across the sport. Athletes like Michael Phelps, Nathan Adrian, Simone Manuel and Katie Ledecky have paved the way for massive growth across the sport — USA Swimming claims more than 300,000 compete in nearly 2,800 teams stretching...

  • Don't leave money on the table: Know your Social Security facts

    Planning ahead and getting an accurate picture of your options may be the key to getting the most out of your retirement. However, a survey commissioned by Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company (MassMutual) aimed to better understand how much Americans know about Social Security retirement...

  • Conserve energy and save money this fall by weatherizing your home with these easy tips

    Cooler seasonal temperatures can have an impact on not only your home, but also your wallet. Along with adjusting your thermostat as the cooler weather embraces much of the country, weatherizing your home also has a direct impact on the amount of energy required to maintain a comfortable temperature...

  • 10 smart ideas to heat your home for less

    As cooler temperatures begin to sweep the nation, homeowners are turning on their heat for the first time in months. With every degree increase on the thermostat, utility bills follow suit. A warm, comfortable home shouldn't cost you a small fortune. Luckily, there are some simple strategies for...

  • Get growing and plant cool crops for an extra inning of healthy harvest

    The growing season isn't over with the arrival of cool weather. Until the first hard frost hits, you have time to plant, pick and plate delicious homegrown cool-weather crops – and save yourself some money in the produce aisle. Favorable fall conditions mean growing cool weather crops is comparatively...

  • 3 common employment scams and tips to help avoid becoming a victim

    Sorry, but your browser does not support the video tag. Work from home. Flexible schedule. No experience needed.  Job postings with claims like these are difficult to resist. Unfortunately these types of offers are often employment scams that trick many people each year who end up without a job,...

  • Get a garden program growing at your school with these tips

    Sorry, but your browser does not support the video tag. As a parent, you probably spend a lot of time trying to keep your kids clean and healthy, but sometimes a little dirt is just what the doctor ordered. Research shows a direct link between children's current and future health and their participation...

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