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You vividly remember elementary and high school as wonderful times of your life. As an adult, reminiscing about the “good old days” is only natural. You might see kids walking to school each day in your neighborhood. They remind you of yourself. Today’s children have a lot of challenges in school, from advanced-placement classes to tough tests for college acceptance. Get involved with your community by supporting the younger generation. There are several distinct ways that you can help out the kids for a healthy society in the future, and don’t forget to support your local teachers too. They do so…

Unfortunately, house fires occur every day around the country. Whether you live in an upscale family neighborhood, a suburban condo or apartment, or a mobile home, your house can burn to the ground in a short time if a fire starts. To protect yourself and your home, fire prevention is essential. According to the National Fire Protection Agency, there were 501,500 house fires in the United States in 2015. Those fires resulted in 2,685 deaths, 13,000 injuries, and $12 billion in property damages. Statistics show that most house fires start in the kitchen from unattended cooking, especially when frying foods…

Shoutout to all the college students out there! Being a college student, not something easy to do and generally young adults will get through all those wild nights of studying for the finals with joy and sometimes with no will to live. Clubs and parties sometimes are a must – we did not forget about them. It’s true that we can make our own schedule and choose the subjects that we really want to study, but that doesn’t mean that we’re going to have so much free time in our college life. No matter the situation, creativity is important, as…

Budgeting is the best way to make your income stretch so you can cover essential expenses in the present and achieve your future financial goals. But while it makes perfect sense in theory, the truth of the matter is that it can be downright difficult to budget when you’re broke. After all, if you’re already struggling to pay your bills, setting aside extra money each month might seem like a pipe dream at this point. This conundrum leads many people to wonder: How can you write a budget when you’re broke? Here’s some practical advice for streamlining your expenditures so…

Have you and your child talked about the possibilities of them going off to college down the road? In the event you answered yes, what have the talks been like? For many parents, having their child go off to college one day can be one of the proudest moments in their lives. Now, to get to that college dream, your kid will have to study hard and get good grades in the years leading up to college. With that in mind, this is where some college prep schools can come into play. If your child ends up attending a college…