So, you’ve been asked to house-sit for close friends while they’re away on vacation. While it may seem like an easy task, it requires some serious responsibility—not to mention a certain level of house-sitting etiquette. Diane Gottsman, an etiquette expert, author and owner of the Protocol School of Texas, explains …keep reading
When it rains, it pours, and when it pours, it can flood. You don’t have to stand back while waters engulf your cherished personal belongings. We’ve got some mighty tips that will help you keep afloat during stormy waters, literally and emotionally.
Being prepared …keep reading
What do your friends, family, employers, the IRS and even criminals have in common? They could all have access to Facebook data, Tweets, check-ins, and anything else you’ve shared online.
Even though it’s nice to share, there’s such a thing as “over-sharing” when it comes to social media. …keep reading
‘Tis the season for ice and snow in many parts of the country. As you ready your home for the influx of weather and seasonal guests, try these tips for keeping your walkways clear and your visitors on firm footing.
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Everyone has valuables they don’t use every day but would hate to lose. How can you keep them secure? You could store such items in a fire-resistant safe at home, but these can be broken into or carried off if your house is burglarized. Instead, consider renting a …keep reading