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The Dos and Don’ts of Winter Preparation

The most wonderful time of the year is coming up. It typically means reuniting with family members, exchanging gifts, and delicious meals. Unfortunately, it’s not all unicorns and rainbows. Winter also involves snowstorms and cloudy days. Besides dressing in layers and shoveling snow, it also means winter prep for the home. You have to make

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All Grown Up: Adulting Goals Every Young Person Should Have

If you want to live a full life, you need to set the right goals and take the necessary steps to get there. Even if you think you don’t have it all together now, it’s never too late to turn things around. Even as you are growing into adulthood and discovering the joys and realities

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Out of Danger: How to Avoid Jackknifing When Towing

It’s no surprise that truck accidents are some of the most deadly types of road crashes. You are, after all, dealing with 18-wheelers. Things get even more delicate when towing is involved. If you’ve been driving for some time, you might be aware of the dangers of towing. One of the biggest risks associated with


Your Privilege Is More Advantageous Than You Think

Online classes are a thing now. As much as one may think the Internet and a laptop are available items, this reality does not apply to every single student. While one student may let out a sigh of relief that they won’t have to take the early morning trip to school with their private car

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5 Home Chores You Shouldn’t Do by Yourself

Because repairs and maintenance cost money, often, many Utah homeowners take these responsibilities to themselves. Not all home chores, though, are ideal. Not only are they costly if owners make a mistake, but they are also dangerous. Here are five of them: 1. Emergency Plumbing For those dealing with burst pipes, clogged drains and toilet,

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