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10 Spring Cleaning Tips to Make Your Life Easier

Mar 7, 2018

Despite the chill that still lingers in the air, spring is here. Whenever you hear the word spring you might associate it with cleaning or a fresh start. Spring cleaning is no small task, though. In fact, it can often turn into a huge project that some of us may give up on. To make […]

How to Winterize Your Motorcycle: A 14-Step Guide

Dec 19, 2017

Cooler temperatures may put a frown on your face. As a rider, you can start to see the motorcycling season winding down. Generally, though, for a majority of riders the riding season ends in late October or early November. Right now is a perfect time to think about winterizing your motorcycle. If it’s your first […]

Ready to Ride? Inspect Your Motorcycle First

May 4, 2017

Even though it was pretty cold here in Michigan a few weeks ago, I took my motorcycle out for my first quick ride since the winter. Sure, it was cooler then I had hoped, but my 10-minute ride down the road sure felt good. It also reminded me I have a few loose ends to tie […]

Understanding Mortgage Loans: Pre-Approval and Amortization

Jul 7, 2015

So, you’re ready to take a leap of faith and buy a home. This type of life change can be as stressful as it is exciting, but if you know what to expect financially, you can budget and search for your dream home accordingly. Before you start your search, take a thorough look at your finances […]

Gifts and Stocking Stuffers that Put Safety First

Dec 9, 2013

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Unfortunately, it’s also a time when you might need to be extra careful because of snow, heating units, holiday lights and more. This season, when shopping for your loved ones, consider gifts and stocking stuffers that put safety first. The following ideas can help you get started on […]

How to Get the Best ROI for Your Landscaping Projects

Aug 14, 2013

Most of us know that a key element of selling a home is curb appeal, and a huge part of that is landscaping. It’s the first impression potential buyers get of your home. Properly planned landscaping makes your home stand out from the others on the block and can also give you a pretty decent […]

Minimize Your Gas Bill with 5 Toasty Alternatives

Nov 5, 2012

My almost-2-year-old son is a fabulous singer. His new favorite song is the Christmas classic “Baby It’s Cold Outside.” He likes to belt it out whenever we’re walking out to the car because it’s winter in Michigan and, baby, it IS cold outside. The other problem with Michigan winter is that it’s pretty darn cold […]

The “Am I Ready to Buy a House” Checklist

Oct 9, 2012

If you’re considering buying your first home, you probably have a list of “must-have” features. It might be as simple as three bedrooms, two baths. Or maybe your checklist includes a breakfast nook, stained glass windows, a home theater and a claw-footed bathtub. Regardless, you’ve put a lot of thought into what you want out […]