When it comes to farm insurance policies, there’s no one size fits all. Protect your property, equipment, and livelihood with coverage options that meet your...
How to Maintain an Air Conditioner
Central air and window conditioners require routine maintenance to keep them operating at peak efficiency. It's important to know how a system's main parts function. Learn to troubleshoot a central air and room conditioner system.
Security Tips to Protect Your Home
Before you rush out to purchase an elaborate home security system or guard dog to protect your property, begin practicing these 11 tips!
10 Things to Know About the Trucking Industry
1. Intermodal is the transfer of products using multiple forms of transportation — trucks, railroads or ocean carriers. In 2012, intermodal container volum
How to Trust God With Your Decisions and Stop Looking for Neon Signs From Above
Decision making is no fun. Especially when the decisions we’re struggling with could have life changing or drastic repercussions, or at a minimum have lots of pros and cons to consider. That’s why in my Proverbs 31 devotion running today, I shared about being frustrated with having so many important decisions to make, and how I …
How to Dock a Boat: Our 10 Top Tips
Bringing your boat to the dock is both a basic skill and an imperative one. These 10 top tips will help make sure you avoid docking damage and embarrassment.
Mobile Home Repair Guide Resources
We have gathered important ideas, tips, and advice for DIY help in keeping up on repairs that come up with your mobile home.
Landlord Insurance 101: A Guide to Rental Property Insurance for Owners
More and more Americans are becoming landlords — either by necessity or choice — but do they know what it takes to insure their rental property? Co...
The List (aka what financial documents you should keep safe—and dry)
(This post originally ran in July of 2011, but in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, it seems pertinent to run it again--especially in light of the advice in the last paragraph.) How many of you have legal and financial documents stashed in different drawers in different locations? Perhaps you have some in your home safe, some in drawers in the bedroom, others in the den and more in the office. What happens when you become sick or die? Does any one person know where all the documents are located? Probably not, including you. The Wall Street Journal published a very interesting article, The 25 Documents You Need Before You Die, addressing just this problem. The article was two pages long, very detailed and well written, so let me give you a synopsis of…
A teen didn’t know where she wanted to go to college. Then she was accepted to more than 50.
Seventeen-year-old Jakelia Baker was accepted to more than 50 colleges and awarded about $1.3 million in scholarships.