April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month, which is a time to raise awareness of an issue that injures more than 700 people a day. In 2018 alone, distracted driving claimed 2,841 lives according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
The arrangements we make for our deaths say a lot about who we were in life. Those who opt for cremation often choose to be scattered, buried, or interred in a columbarium. While these are all viable options, there are things you can do with your ashes you might never think of, and they're worth considering. You only die once, so why not do it your way?
In South Africa lock down has been put into place by the President. Unless you are an essential services individual (health care worker, grocery store worker, delivery driver, etc) that pretty much means STAY HOME unless absolutely necessary! (Urgent medical attention or buying food, which should be done every 1 to 2 weeks at the least). Many other countries are putting lock downs in place and some people and towns are choosing to self isolate and quarantine even without government instructions.
Before you let the professional home inspector enter your premises and get started with the inspection, why not prepare your home for it? There is a lot that you can do to make your home inspection-ready. To discover some of the easiest tricks to accomplish this hectic task with ease, follow the post below.
There's something to look forward to enjoying about every season. Fall brings colorful leaves, pumpkins and trick-or-treating, while winter seems to begin with Christmas. But after Christmas, winter can seem to lag on and on. When the sun finally reveals itself once again, a person can feel like the groundhog who has been hidden away in the darkness for an eternity. But, excitement is in the air. Spring has arrived and it's time to start planning for summer, and summer means vacation!