Time To Send Your Boat To Storage? Protect It From Mold With These 6 Tips

The air around you is loaded with microscopic mold spores. These spores linger about until they find the perfect trifecta of moisture, heat, and food, and then they land, digest the food, and multiply rapidly. Outdoors, this process is welcome, as mold only feasts on organic material, breaking down old leaves, dead bugs, and fallen trees. On your boat, though, this feeding frenzy is the last thing you want, as it can lead to stains, odors, and a variety of health hazards. [Read More]

Setting Aside The Hand-Me-Downs: Tips And Tricks On How To Store Baby Clothes, Toys And Other Products

With celebrities having more than one child, larger family sizes in America seem to coming back full force as a trend. Over 50% of moms in a recent study wanted a larger family, and a recent government study from 2004 found that approximately 28% of women between the ages of 35 and 44 have three children or more. Raising a child is expensive, and middle-income families can expect the average cost of raising a baby born in 2013 to 18 years of age to cost approximately $245,000, and that doesn't even include the cost of college. [Read More]

Moving Tips That Won't Break The Bank So You Don't Break Your Back

Moving can be expensive, especially when there are a lot of heavy things to move. And, moving is a lot of hard work and you could hurt your back if you don't take care of yourself. While there are moving supplies and equipment that can help ease the burden on your back, many people don't think of the little things that can help moving day go smoothly without causing any aggravating back injuries. [Read More]