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Grilling season is among us! It also happens to be a healthy alternative that is convenient, easy, quick, and with little clean up. Also, you can pretty much grill anything from veggies and fruits to a variety of meat and fish. Enjoy the warmer weather and finally getting outdoors by grilling for dinner. Here are some tips to create a delicious grilled meal, using many of the items you may even already have in your fridge and pantry.Read more →
Winter weather in the Chesapeake Bay area is unpredictable at best. It is not uncommon to see temperatures drop as much as 20 degrees in 24 hours. Residents may try to combat high energy bills by utilizing space heaters. These heaters can also boost the temperatures in particular rooms used by individuals who are sensitive to cold, such as infants or the elderly.Read more →
The thought of spring-cleaning may seem overwhelming and a huge hassle but it doesn’t have to be. Seasonal organizing begins with creating a simple checklist. The proper planning can turn this daunting yearly task into mini cleaning and organizing sessions. This list can be divided up among everyone in the household.Read more →
According to www.ready.gov, the first step in preparing for the winter is to put together a winter readiness plan, which includes an emergency kit to keep in your home. Once you create your winter emergency kit, you can store it year after year. You should go through your emergency kit annually to check for expired goods, and make sure important items still are operational.Read more →
Residents in the Cape St. Claire area during the winter can experience blustering winds and bitter temperatures. Preparing your home for frigid days and nights can be simple if you follow a specific checklist. Here are 11 tips to get your home ready for winter and hopefully save money on your winter energy bills.Read more →