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Is macular degeneration limiting your ability to make new memories?

Is macular degeneration limiting your ability to make new memories?

Have you noticed your loved one having trouble seeing what they’re doing at the stove? Are they having trouble recognizing which grandchild is asking for help tying his shoe? For…

Thinking of buying a puppy? You may want to think again

Thinking of buying a puppy? You may want to think again

Your family is ready for a pet, so you head out to the local pet store. Within moments of walking into the shop, an energetic, sweet-eyed puppy steals your heart.…

Digital mirrors, no lines, instant ordering: New retail technologies will change the way you shop

Imagine the ideal shopping experience: what you need is always in stock, the price is right and there is never a wait at checkout. New technology is quickly making this…

New tech devices make the perfect gift for your grad

New tech devices make the perfect gift for your grad

Years of hard work have all led to this moment; your loved one is graduating. This is a special time in his or her life. It marks an end to…

Make two company – not a crowd – in the master bath

Make two company – not a crowd – in the master bath

The saying is that you shouldn’t marry the person you can live with, but the person you can’t live without. But while you may be ready to share your life…

Food safety tips for the summer cookout

Food safety tips for the summer cookout

Summer’s here – it’s time to slip on a pair of flip-flops and don your favorite grilling apron with that one-of-a-kind catchy slogan.  You know the one. Maybe it’s “King…

Go green with eco-friendly outdoor living spaces

Go green with eco-friendly outdoor living spaces

Warmer weather means days spent in the backyard with barbecues, pool parties and neighborhood gatherings. This year, create a more satisfying and sustainable outdoor living space that you’ll feel extra…

Barbecue season gets underway with National Barbecue Month

Barbecue season gets underway with National Barbecue Month

May 1 kicks off National Barbecue Month and the beginning of the season for families to gather and enjoy more memorable meals together outside. Across the nation, from the Carolinas…

Employee engagement is the secret for small businesses to stay productive and make money

Employee engagement is the secret for small businesses to stay productive and make money

One of the biggest worries for a small business owner is training and investing in quality employees and then losing them to a larger company – potentially a competitor –…

Seven tips for a greener back-to-school season

Seven tips for a greener back-to-school season

With back-to-school shopping, changing schedules and preparing kids for the upcoming school year, your family’s environmental impact may be the last thing on your mind It is possible to have…

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