After my daughter came down with a bad cold, I needed to figure out how to avoid passing her sickness on to my son. After doing a ton of research, I found quite a few very helpful tips to keep the ever-pervasive winter sickness from spreading like, well, like a disease through my household. If you have kids, here are some simple things you can do to help keep the germs from spreading during the cold and flu season.
Referred by the Dirty Jobs with Mike Rowe facebook page, I found a great article highlighting the importance of cleaning out your dryer’s exhaust ducts. The author of the article found that by cleaning his ducts, he reduced his drying time from 90 minutes to 25! Incredible!
The City of Detroit, the Detroit Metro Convention & Visitors Bureau and the Department of Veterans Affairs announced that the National Veteran Small Business Conference and Expo is coming to Detroit’s Cobo Center on June 25-29. This is exciting news for our fair city, and for the many, many veterans and service members in the area. In addition to the conference, the “VA for Vets” Hiring Fair will be held during the conference for veterans looking for careers in the public and private sectors.
I am willing to bet that you don’t know about Santa’s little secret. And I’m not talking about elves, either. No, I’m talking about the darker side of the holiday. The less festive. The scary secret that no one likes to talk about, or if they do it’s in hushed tones long after the kids have gone to bed. That’s right. Santa has a dark side, ladies and gentlemen, and it ain’t pretty.
Holidays are stressful, crazy events and somewhere in there you have to find it within yourself to be glad you’re spending the night in your grandma’s attic with a lumpy pillow and a dusty comforter. While I may not be able to help you with the time management or grandma’s attic-quilt, I can help you handle the influx of family and friends that happens en masse during the holidays. Whether you’re heading out to spend a few days of family all up in ya grill 24/7, or you’re hosting them at your home, I have a few tips on how to have – and be – a happy houseguest during the holiday season.
So when I found out that there was a new tattoo reality show based in Detroit, I was on that like bugs on a windshield. Tattoos? I have those!! Detroit?? I work (and hang out) there!! *GASP* It’s as if that show was created for me! I had no idea that the show, “Tattooed in Detroit” was going to feature world famous tattoo artist Tom Renshaw.
There’s nothing better than waking up on a Monday morning feeling oddly refreshed with the sun shining, birds singing and a flood in your basement. Wait, what? There are a million things better than that! But unfortunately, this was exactly how my Monday morning went last week. So, I took to the internet to find out the best way to clean up the basement – and fast.The sheer amount of information out there is overwhelming, so I compiled a list of what I found to be the most effective and helpful tips for cleaning out your basement after a flood.
Cleaning appliances doesn’t require much time or effort and is easy to incorporate the process into a regular chore routine. And, on most accounts, clean appliances means they’ll run better and last longer, which in turn helps save money overall. When they’re working in optimal condition, you’re not only saving money by keeping your appliances longer, but you’re also saving on your electric, water and gas bills, too!
Because fewer and fewer people are deciding to take the plunge into the murky waters of selling a home, remodeling projects are on the rise. Instead, home owners are refinancing and investing more into their existing homes to make them more comfortable, to modernize them or perhaps to make it easier to sell it in this competitive market.
Ryan Newman and the slick looking No. 39 Quicken Loans Carrier Classic Chevy made a great showing at the AAA Texas 500 at the Texas Motor Speedway on Sunday.