Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Snapchat, Ello, Instagram… While having options can be great, it can also lead some businesses to inaction; many become intimidated by the sheer number of choices. Which social platforms are worth the investment of time and effort? Which networks offer the preferred content format for your audience (i.e. video, images, audio or text)? Which ones are most likely to result in a positive ROI for your business?Continue Reading
Savannah, Georgia is arguably at the top of our list of places we’d recommend as full-time RVers, having traveled all over the southeastern section of our country. The historic district of Savannah is home to cobblestoned streets and Spanish moss that hangs from majestic trees that provide veils of beauty everywhere you turn. Plazas and fountains, festivals and music, food and architecture, rich with history and infused with innovation, the city is captivating. If you are in this part of the country, Savannah is a must-see city. But finding an affordable RV spot is never the easiest in places that are as majestic as Savannah.Continue Reading
know it's a matter of opinion, but many four-wheelers across the rest of the world would agree with me. The Nissan Patrol is the best truck that they didn't get in the U.S. There was an earlier version during the sixties and a later version known under the name the QX56. However the best models of this legendary vehicle are the years that didn't make it to the United States.Continue Reading
All terrain vehicles have become so popular with hunters over the last 20 years that many of the latest four-wheel drive models are specially designed to meet the rugged demands of big game hunters. Quieter engines, beefed up suspension systems, tougher tires, camouflage wraps, and hunting accessory packages are the new game in the outdoorsman ATV market. But along with the increased accessibility to steep, rocky terrain afforded by these powerful machines, comes a greater risk of accident and personal injury.Continue Reading
When your child receives a diagnosis, your world spins. Your mind tries desperately to manage emotions so intense you wonder if you’ll ever make it through. And then, then you find someone else just barely able to stay afloat and you look at them, secretly at first. How do they do it? Do they feel the guilt, shame, fear? Do they feel a love so fiercely protective that they can hardly breathe? Are they like you? And then you realize they are like you. You open up a little, and then a little more. You talk, you laugh, and you share. You bond because there are few like you and your friendship will be rare. This week many of these rare bonds were formed, and for that we are grateful.Continue Reading
Millions of Americans enjoy the of excitement dusting off their snowmobiles at the first sign of snowfall. Though insurance coverage for these sleds is not required in all states, it is often mandatory when riding on certain public and private trails. Whether or not it is mandated, insurance coverage is a good idea because it can protect you from financial losses associated with accidents, injuries and properly damage. But what about during the warmer months when your snowmobile is stowed away? Is coverage at this time worthwhile or a waste of money?Continue Reading
Commercial pet food companies are not out to get our cats and other pets, but for them it’s really all about their market-share and bottom line. For pet owners like you and me the bottom line is all about the health, wellness and quality of life we can provide the cats we love. To provide healthy, nutritious and safe foods for our feline companions we have to be proactive consumers willing to learn about the cat products we buy.Continue Reading
These days many of us strive to be health-conscious food shoppers because we want our family meals to be healthy and nutritious as well as great tasting. As we push our carts along the food aisles we stop to read the bag, box and can labels in our effort to avoid the bad stuff like high levels of salt, fat, calories, and cholesterol. Sadly though, we aren't as label conscious about the food we buy for the cats we love.Continue Reading
For most of us - except for you lucky folks in the deep south, the desert southwest, parts of Southern California, and Hawaii - the cold weather is starting to settle in. The house thermostat has been changed from “cool” to “heat” and all of our summer clothes have been moved out of our normal closets and into spare (we all have one right?) closets. Swimsuits are traded in for gloves and boots replace flip flops.Continue Reading
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