Most likely your kids may be riding the bus to school, but either way, you will be driving them around to sporting events, school events, etc. With that said, is your family car back to school ready?
Do you have a passion? Wouldn’t you love to take that passion and share it with others? You don’t have to be a professional writer or blogger to do so. Blogging is all about having a fun yet informative tone. No worries, we do the editing before it’s published live!
Who is excited about holiday craft shows? I am and there is an awesome one in Traverse City this November. The event will take place at the Grand Traverse Resort with 75 vendors!
Ask 10 parents how much added sugar their child consumes each day and there’s a good chance that at least 9 of them will have no clue or will underestimate it. In fact, research published in the International Journal of Obesity reported that 92 percent of the parents surveyed in the study underestimated the added sugar content in foods and beverages…
Eight winning individuals and organizations from across Michigan were recognized at the Governor’s Energy Excellence Awards for their extraordinary efforts to reduce energy waste. The winners were announced by Gov. Rick Snyder and honored at a ceremony in Grand Rapids on September 5.”
You’ve probably seen many people wearing earbuds while driving. Is it safe? Is it illegal? What dangers and risks are present when your sense of hearing is hindered while driving?
This topic and question came with great timing as I was just discussing with a family member the features of a self-parking vehicle. Would you purchase one?
When driving along a highway, have you ever noticed a vehicle on the shoulder with smoke coming out of the hood? This is a sign that the engine has overheated. I have always had this fear, but instead of worrying about it, it’s best to be prepared…
Palate of Milford in partnership with Project: S-Park is hosting a Milford Ramp Jam community event to benefit the Milford Skatepark Project from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 23.
To identify the states where bullying is most pervasive, WalletHub’s analysts compared 47 states and the District of Columbia across 20 key metrics, ranging from “bullying-incident rate” to “truancy costs for schools” to “share of high school students bullied online.”