3 Questions To Ask When You Are Choosing A Charter Transport For Your Church Group’s Next Trip

If you are planning now for a trip that your church group will be making in a few months, it is easy to get overwhelmed by the sheer number of options available to you. For instance, the number of people who will be on the trip will impact your choices, as will the prevalence of health and mobility challenges amongst those travelers. In addition, it will also behoove you to determine the safety record of any transport you might be chartering and to determine what will occur in the event of an accident or damage to the vehicle while you are using it. Read More 

3 Signs Your Elderly Parent May Benefit From An Assisted Living Facility

If you have been the primary caregiver of an elderly parent, it can be hard to realize that your parent might benefit from living in an assisted living facility instead of your home. However, if you notice the following signs, it might be time to start considering such a facility for your parent. Your Parent Wanders Some seniors with Alzheimer's disease or other kinds of dementia begin to wander out of their home and into their neighborhoods. Read More 

Get The Most Out Of Your RV With These 3 Safety Tips

Planning a family RV vacation can be an exciting time in your life. Because RVs require different skills than other vehicles, it is important to brush up on your RV knowledge before you hit the road. Even if you have driven an RV before, there are certain safety precautions every RV driver should make in order to remain safe and enjoy your RV vacation more. Here are 3 safety tips that can help you get the most out of your RV and ensure a safer trip. Read More 

How You Can Live Close To The Base (But Not On It!)

Sometime after your first year or two of serving in the Air Force, you realize that you do not enjoy living on the base. There is no room you can call your own, you share a giant bathroom and shower room with others, and you cannot get enough peace and quiet when you want it on your days off. The reverse is also true-- you cannot throw a party on the base without repercussions. Read More 

A Bachelorette Weekend Planning Guide

A bachelorette weekend is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for the bridesmaids to celebrate the upcoming nuptials by helping the bride close the book on her status as a single woman. Whether the weekend's attendees include just the bridal party or a larger group of family and friends, these tips will help you plan an event that'll create memories the bride will cherish forever. Start Early Planning the bachelorette weekend at least a few months in advance can save you money, especially if attendees plan to fly in. Read More