By the time winter is over your car would have been exposed to freezing temperatures, bombarded with snow, and splashed with a ton of dirt and salt. When the next season comes in, many vehicles end up worse for the wear.
Valentine’s custom dictates that it’s a day to take your special someone out on a date. However, it doesn’t always have to be that way. Sometimes, events like these are better enjoyed in the company of friends.
While the temperatures drop, the chances of having car trouble rises. From breakdowns because of the cold to accidents because of slippery roads, these situations become more common during this season.
If you don’t want to find yourself in the middle of such a mishap, make your car winter-worthy with these simple tips.
We’re still at the start of the year but it’s never too early to think about the future. In particular, how you’re going to stick to the resolutions you’ve set for yourself.
Whether they’re about health, money, relationships or any other area in your life, the right approach can go a long way. Here’s what you can do to help crush your New Year’s goals.
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Cold winter weather and holiday gatherings are the perfect excuses to open a bottle of wine. Whether you’re celebrating with friends or simply cozying up near the fireplace, a glass in hand makes for a better experience.
If you need help deciding which one to get, here are our recommendations for the best winter wines.
Compared to other seasons, winter driving has a unique set of challenges. If you’re not careful, the cold weather, ice, and snow can lead to situations that range from inconvenient to downright dangerous.
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.
The year is drawing to a close and Christmas is fast approaching. With just a few weeks before December 25th, do you have all your holiday plans in order?