Last-Minute Moving Tips: 5 Things to Do 24 Hours Before Your Move

Posted on: 4 February 2016

So, you've got an upcoming move and the big day is quickly approaching. You've already begun packing and have made most of the necessary arrangements for your move, but you're worried that there are some things you're forgetting. Make sure your moving day goes off without a hitch by completing some last-minute tasks the day before your move that many people forget about. Defrost Your Refrigerator If you're planning on bringing your refrigerator along with you to your new place, then you'll want to take the time to completely defrost it the day before. [Read More]

Budget-Friendly Weddings: Inexpensive Venues To Consider

Posted on: 15 January 2016

If you are currently planning your wedding, you might find that many venues get pricey. If you would rather spend more of the wedding budget on the decorations as opposed to the venue itself, there are some great options out there. Here are some of the inexpensive wedding venues to consider. Banquet Hall The first thing you should consider is having your wedding reception at a local banquet hall. There are many banquet halls that are spacious enough to set it up however you like, with some great opportunities for decorating it just how you like. [Read More]

The Benefits Of Enrolling With A Heating Oil Co-Op This Winter

Posted on: 28 December 2015

When winter's cold temperatures become bitter and colder than normal, you may find yourself going through far more heating oil than you budgeted. If you're running an oil furnace for heat, you'll want to be sure that you get the most for your money when you're ordering oil. Before the winter chill really sets in, consider the possibility of buying into a heating oil co-op. Here's a look at some of the benefits you may receive from making an investment like this. [Read More]

Three Options To Memorialize A Beloved Pet

Posted on: 11 December 2015

Many people feel their pets are family members, and mean as much to them as any human family member. These people take wonderful care of their pets, and provide them with the best in toys, treats, food, bedding and veterinary care. Pets have a much shorter lifespan than humans, and at the end of a pet's life, the path isn't as clear-cut as it is when a human passes away. Pet parents have three options when a pet ends their earthly journey. [Read More]