29 Nov 2018 5 Things to Know About Driving in the Snow

We’ll admit it, even after living in New England for years and years, driving in snowy conditions can be pretty scary. Even the most experienced drivers face the occasional skid and fishtail, which is undeniable nerve-wracking! And while no amount of preparation and experience will take away that little stomach-drop we all feel when we […]

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27 Nov 2018 Save on Utilities this Winter

If you’re like us, your utility bills are probably at their highest during the cold months of winter, and we don’t blame you! We like to be cozy and warm as much as the next guy, and sometimes cranking the heater seems like the only way. The unfortunate reality, however, is that blasting the heat […]

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23 Nov 2018 Winterize Your Vehicle

The weather is steadily getting colder, and before we know it, we’ll be waking up to icy roads for our morning commutes. With icy, winter-y conditions fast approaching, it’s important that our vehicles are in tip-top shape. In August, we taught you, our readers, how to ensure your cars survived the hottest days of summer, but […]

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21 Nov 2018 The Best Reasons You Need to Shop Small Business Saturday

Small Business Saturday is the Saturday after Thanksgiving. Let’s say this year you want to sleep in instead of lining up in the early hours of the morning on Black Friday. Or you want to get something a little different for gifts this year. Here are a few reasons why you should shop small on […]

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20 Nov 2018 10 Tips for Safe Thanksgiving Cooking

Thanksgiving is in just a few days! Whether you’re cooking the big meal or being cooked for, now is not a bad time for a quick refresher on cooking safety. This coming week, people all across the country will be spending a little extra time in the kitchen. New and experienced chefs alike will be […]

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15 Nov 2018 Pain-Free Thanksgiving Travel

Thanksgiving is fast approaching, and with it, one of the busiest travel seasons of the year. In 2017, nearly 51 million Americans traveled 50 miles or more for Thanksgiving. A common mode of transportation around this time of year is air travel; 3.95 million Americans took the skies for their Thanksgiving travels last year. A […]

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13 Nov 2018 Time to Winterize Your Home

Winter weather is well on its way. Preparing for cold temperatures can look a few different ways. Maybe it means boxing away the swimsuits and sunglasses and pulling out the warm winter sweaters. Maybe it means changing your Dunkin’ order from iced to hot. For us, it means doing a bit of home maintenance and […]

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8 Nov 2018 Storing Your Boat for the Winter

Winter is fast approaching, and for many of us, it’s time to start thinking about storing our boats for the cold season. Whether your boat will be staying at the dock, spending the winter in storage, or hanging out in your back yard for a few months, it’s important you prepare it well for the […]

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6 Nov 2018 Get a Chimney Inspection—Before it’s Too Late

Cold weather is coming, ladies and gentlemen! If you haven’t already, you’re probably preparing to get that fireplace of yours a-blazing. We can’t deny it— nothing gets us feeling cozy and ready for winter-y weather like a warm fire in the fireplace. Unfortunately, fireplaces can be hazardous if we don’t know how to take care […]

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2 Nov 2018 November is Child Safety Month

Every year, National Child Safety Month is observed during the month of November. We love our children and, of course, we worry about them and want them to be safe all year round. But this Child Safety Month, let’s take some time to dive in deeper and explore how we can make the spaces and […]

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