Are you an aggressive driver? Use these tips to fight your aggression on the road! Have you ever experienced these feelings: frustration you just need to express to other drivers on the road? The urge to tailgate a slow driver? A sudden impulse to swerve in another lane moving slightly faster than yours? The desire to slam on the accelerator to run through a yellow (okay, maybe it was turning red…) light? If so, you might be an aggressive driver.
Here is a quick guide on keeping your financial priorities straight. Sure, you would love to pay off your credit card bill or start saving for a house, but you would also love that new TV, that night on the town, or that pair of shoes! How do you keep your financial priorities straight? Here are a few helpful tips. • Write It Down: Find a meaningful place (e.g. a nice leather-bound journal, a whiteboard you walk past everyday) to
Your new teen driver is thrilled to finally be getting their license but all you are thinking about is the potential accidents or mishaps that could happen while they are behind the wheel. As a parent, it is your responsibility to make sure that your child is prepared to safely be on the road with other drivers. Here are some tips to help you instill safe driving habits and keep your teen driver protected while they are on the road. Lead your child
Every year hundreds of people die from electrical fires that could have easily been prevented had they used some simple preventive measures. Here are a few room by room safety tips that will help protect you and your family from an electrical fire. Before you begin, it’s a good idea to go through each room in your home to assess any potential electrical hazards. Living Room Make sure the light bulbs you use don’t exceed the specified wattage for each
Driving becomes increasingly more dangerous at night. Everything is a lot darker, so it becomes more difficult to see the roads. That is why it is important to be more careful while driving. Here are some safety tips for driving at night. Keep Your Headlights On One of the most important things you can do is keep your headlights on at night. However, you should make sure they are aimed properly and not too bright. If they are on the
With the holiday season comes more cooking that usual. Since cooking fires are the most common kind of house fire and the cause of most home injuries, follow these safety tips in your kitchen. Keep your cooking area safe by keeping flammable materials away from your stovetop. Keep items like oven mitts, paper towels, and kitchen towels safely away. Also, make sure your kitchen curtains don’t hang near your cooktop. Do keep a lid handy to smother a stovetop fire.