Earthquakes: What Now?


Ask anyone who has experienced a large earthquake; the experience is not fun. Walls shake, the earth rolls, and you have no control over what might happen for the next few seconds – or up to a minute – as the roller coaster continues. Californians are more aware after the recent temblor in Napa. Now, [...]

5 Craziest Things an ER Nurse Will Ever See

So, you want to be an Emergency Room nurse – that’s where all the action is, right? That may be true but Kyleigh Roessner RN-BSN has this list of the 5 Craziest (and True) Things you might encounter in the ER:   1. Foreign bodies (things found inserted in the human body)     2. Tragic [...]

Your Identity is At Risk Again


Think about how many things you do using your smartphone, your laptop and your tablet. Whether it’s banking, checking on your child’s grades or shopping for new clothing, your passwords, accounts and other information are vulnerable. Now, there are two new warnings about security breaches involving computers and cell phones that highlight the real threat [...]

Maintain Before Summer Ends


From pulling weeds to cleaning floors, it seems that work around the house never ends, but it’s a lot easier to tackle before winter storms and cold weather move in. As we enjoy the last few months of summer, now is a good time to do maintenance that will prevent damage, prepare your home for [...]

Tips to Transform Your Big Move

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There’s excitement and anticipation associated with relocating to a new place to live; you get to pick the paint colors you love, maybe there is a new yard to plan and that extra room you always wanted. If you are preparing for a new home or apartment, you are not alone; the U.S. Census Bureau [...]