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Technology must haves before you travel

Good news, there’s still time for one more trip before winter sets in again but you need to start planning now. Preparing for and enjoying a trip has never been…

Tips to help pets age gracefully, and stay happy and healthy

Tips to help pets age gracefully, and stay happy and healthy

Nearly half of all American pet parents have a furry companion who’s 7 years of age or older, according to a survey of pet owners by market research firm Packaged…

4 tips to tackle any DIY project

4 tips to tackle any DIY project

(This post is brought to you by the makers of Advil(R).) It’s that time of year again: project season. It’s time to open the windows, reimagine your space and get to…

Redefining good days while living with breast cancer

Redefining good days while living with breast cancer

When facing bad news — like something as serious as a cancer diagnosis — it can be difficult to imagine that any day of the coming journey would be “good.”…

Toyota of Hackensack Raises Breast Cancer Awareness

Toyota of Hackensack Raises Breast Cancer Awareness

During the month of October, Toyota of Hackensack has transformed its showroom and parts department with pink balloons in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Through the end of October,…

Greater Alliance Federal Credit Union Launches New Web Site

Greater Alliance Federal Credit Union Launches New Web Site

Greater Alliance Federal Credit Union is pleased to announce that it has launched a new Web site. Although the old site was functional, it lacked the newer technology members desired.…

Splurge or steal? 3 DIY home projects that give a high-end, modern look without breaking the bank

Splurge or steal? 3 DIY home projects that give a high-end, modern look without breaking the bank

Doing your own home improvement projects is a great way to save money and still get the new look you desire. When you’re working on giving a traditional home a…

How to make Labor Day last year-round

How to make Labor Day last year-round

Labor Day doesn’t have to be a sign of the end of the summer season. Rather, it’s America’s opportunity to take an extra day of rest and relaxation and continue…

Farmers market closed? How to make the most of your grocery store’s produce aisle

Farmers market closed? How to make the most of your grocery store’s produce aisle

It’s the same story every year — kids return to school, temperatures drop, summer vacation becomes a fading memory and the local farmers market closes. While you may spend winter…

It’s time to talk about money: 5 steps to get you started

It’s time to talk about money: 5 steps to get you started

Money is a taboo topic — we’re taught not to talk about it from the time we’re kids. But research shows it’s also a source of stress, anxiety and tension…