Easy Advice for Hosting a Holiday Party


It always feels good to be invited to a party. But if it’s your turn to hand out the invites, preparing to host the event can be nerve-racking. After all, you’ll be the one responsible for giving your guests a memorable experience.

8 Tips to Keep Stress Away On Thanksgiving Day


Getting ready for Thanksgiving can be stressful, especially if you’re the host. Since the family’s coming over, you want to make sure they’ll enjoy themselves. At the same time, you also have to cook up a delicious meal for your hungry guests.

8 Safe Driving Tips for Your Thanksgiving Trip


As Thanksgiving approaches, you might be looking forward to being with family that you haven’t seen in a while. If you’re driving out to spend this holiday with them, here are a few tips for a safe trip.

November Road Trip Ideas


With just a few weeks left in the year, perhaps you’re looking for some ways to close it off with a bang. A road trip might just be what you need to create those unforgettable memories.

Halloween Destinations


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Halloween is all about scary costumes, outdoing the neighbors with yard decorating, handing out candy to trick-or-treaters, and attending (and overindulging) at holiday-themed parties. Yes, it is, but there’s still more to it.

Prime Season for Deer-Car Crashes


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The average, healthy whitetail buck weighs between 150 and 300 pounds, and the average doe weighs in at between 90 and 200 pounds (depending on the state and the amount of farming in the area). Even at the lighter end of the range, just imagine the damage to your car –  and maybe to you and your family – if you hit one at 60+ miles per hour.

Prepare Your Car for Fall


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For many of us, fall is the best season of all. It offers cooler days and crisp evenings, pumpkins and hot chocolate, football and food-filled holidays, multi-colored foliage and long, relaxing drives. Fall also makes us forget: it’s such a pleasant season that we tend to forget how close winter is.