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  • Daily Real Estate Tips

    • Smart Hacks to Keep Your Fridge Fresh

      Does your fridge feel like a disaster zone whenever you open it? Does it have a lingering odor with a source you can't quite find? Below are a handful of hacks to keep your fridge fresh, and organized.

      Build a basket system. Just like a well organized closet, your fridge should have a place for everything. While you may be skilled at stashing your produce in the produce drawers, grab plastic baskets and use them for separating your leftovers, dry goods, liquids, condiments, animal products and more. Pro tip: Place items that need to be used fast in a basket so you always know what edibles you should prioritize consuming or tossing.

      Take inventory with dry erase. Did you know the front of many fridges work like dry-erase boards? Here you can take inventory of your items so you never run out of milk again.

      Line the shelves. Grab plastic mats and line your shelves with them. These mats are easier to slip out and wash than our fridge shelves. Pro tip: Instead of mats, use plastic wrap. Once every other week, remove the wrap and re-apply.

      Utilize lazy susans. Grab a few plastic lazy susans and store things like condiments, leftovers or liquids on them for easy access.

      Keep animal products low. Items like meat and dairy tend to drip, and spoil faster. Store them low so unwanted spills don't impact items below them.

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    • Fire Safety for Your Family

      A fire in the home is a nightmare for anyone, but when you have small kids, it can feel even more disastrous. To help, the LookOut For Kids program offers some helpful dos and don'ts to protect your home and family from fires:

      DO
      - Develop a family escape plan that includes two ways out of each room;
      - Check your smoke detectors to make sure they are in working condition;
      - Consider adding a carbon monoxide detector;
      - Talk to your whole family about fire safety practices.

      DON'T
      - Apply energy-efficient films and coverings to windows designated in your family emergency plan as escape or rescue windows;
      - Paint, nail or weather-strip windows shut.

      Source: LookOut For Kids

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    • 5 Ways to Show Your Cats You Love Them

      (Family Features)--Cats take on so many different roles within their owners' lives and families, such as cuddle buddies, emotional support animals, quiet companions and purring playmates. Each furry feline deserves the best, so as a cat owner, it's important to shower your pet with love and make him feel special all year round.

      Here are five ways you can show your cat just how much you care.

      1.  Give Them Their Own Space - They may be small, but cats need their own space to exert energy during the day. Provide them with an area to call their own to play with and store their toys. If you live in an apartment or a smaller home, vertical space works great for cats. For example, giving your furry pal a cat tree to climb on shows you understand his needs.

      2.  Know Nutrition - It's important to understand the ingredients you are feeding your feline and the effects they may have on his body. When in doubt, look for food and treats made with real meat to provide protein cats need.

      3.  Incorporate Hygiene into Your Routine - Treating your cat to a nightly routine of brushing is a great way to show some love while maintaining hygiene. Keeping your cat's coat healthy and shiny can also make him an even fluffier cuddle buddy, so you can both benefit from the bonding experience of a nightly brush and cuddle session.

      4.  Make Playtime a Priority - Cats have a natural curiosity and love to get their paws on things. Make sure you're giving your cat lots of love by exploring what kind of toys will give them the best experience.

      5.  Stay Proactive with Health - An easy way to show love for your cat is to schedule annual visits to the vet.

      Don't just wait for signs of illness; be proactive and keep your furry friend up-to-date on all shots and checkups to help ensure a happy and healthy life together.

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    • 5 Things to Do Everyday to Support Physical and Mental Health

      With busy, fast-paced, lives and living environments, it can be easy to forget to take care of ourselves. Below are a few things you can do to safeguard your physical and mental health.

      Call a friend. While our lives may be too busy to see our friends regularly, calling a loved one every day can help you feel a sense of community and belonging.

      Touch your toes. While hitting the gym or going for a walk are great ways to exercise, remember to stretch your muscles. At least once a day, take 5 to 10 minutes to stretch your limbs and get your blood flowing.

      Learn something new.  Just because you may no longer be in school does not mean you can't be learning. Every day, take 15 minutes to choose an interesting article to read, or listen to a podcast that can help you gain a perspective you may not have had before.

      Rest. Rest should not only occur when you sleep. Take time daily to do something soothing for yourself, like reading a book with a cup of tea, taking a bath, snuggling with a partner, or walking your pup.

      Journal. Spend 10 minutes a day writing down your thoughts and feelings. This is helpful to look back on later and gain insight and perspective. Don't like to write? Take photos, draw a picture -- something creative you can look back on to mark the passing of time.

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    • Protecting Your Car During Storms

      Caring for your house and family aren't the only safety precautions you should take during a storm or natural disaster. You can also follow steps to maintain the safety of your vehicle.

      Bubbas Exotic Motorsports, located in south Florida and "ground zero" for many hurricanes, offers these Top 10
      safety tips.

      NEVER drive into floods. Even if you think you know the road on which you are traveling from many years of use: Don’t do it! Less than a foot of water can render a vehicle inoperable. Once the vehicle is dead, the undercurrent of the swiftly moving water is enough to easily take control of the vehicle and sweep it away. Water taken into a vehicle's air intake on a flooded road is sucked into the engine and that will immediately cause the vehicle to stop running and you are stuck. The same applies for trucks. Some manufactures put the important electronic control modules or brains under the back seats. If water gets into the interior of the vehicle, the electronics can immediately fail and you are stuck. Avoid driving through floods.

      Make sure your vehicle is fueled up and keep a couple extra cans of gas or diesel on board. Never let your vehicle sit and idle in a puddle of water that reaches the exhaust system as it can allow concentrated deadly fumes to enter the passenger compartment. And remember, it's not the odors you can smell that are dangerous, it's the ones you can't smell.

      Park your vehicle in a well-covered area like a garage at home or a parking garage. Never park under trees or power lines for the obvious reasons.

      Ensure all your documents like the registration, proof of insurance, etc. are sealed in a waterproof zip lock bag.

      Prior to the arrival of the storm, check to make sure all the fluid levels are good in your vehicle and most importantly your windshield wipers are clearing the windshield properly and not streaking because they are old and worn out.

      Before the storm hits, make sure all tire pressures are set properly. This plays a big role in your vehicle tire ability to displace water from the tread patterns on wet roads and provides for optimal handling during these conditions.

      Ensure your vehicle is equipped with a First Aid kit and keep dry clothes in the trunk. Include some money in a waterproof zip lock bag and a spare cell phone charger.

      If your vehicle is to be left outside, use duct tape and make a criss cross style pattern across all the windows to protect you if you are in the vehicle and the windows shatter.

      Take pictures of your vehicle before the storm so in the event any damage occurs you have proof for your insurance company.

      Finally, stay safe! If your gut tells you not to drive, don’t! There is nothing worth risking your life or the lives of others. The storm will pass and you will soon be out and about again.

      Source: Bubbas Exotic Motorsports

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