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Catalytic Converter Theft

Jacquelyn Bennett – July 14, 2020

A recent jump in the price of certain precious metals has caused an increase in catalytic converter thefts. Catalytic converters, which convert your cars pollutant gas into less harmful ones, are one of the easiest car parts to steal. If you notice a loud rumbling sound as soon as you turn on your engine, your […] Read More

DIY Christmas Gifts

Jacquelyn Bennett – December 10, 2018

Many DIY gifts can be cheesy, or don’t get used. Hopefully the suggestions below will give you some Christmas gift ideas that are much more realistic and usable.  Hopefully, the suggestions above help you prepare as we get closer to Christmas! Read More

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10 Simple Christmas Cookies

Jacquelyn Bennett – December 3, 2018

“A balanced diet is a Christmas cookies in each hand.” -Unknown Many have memories and family traditions that involve baking and eating Christmas cookies. However, with the stress of the holiday, it is difficult to find the time and energy to prepare Pinterest perfect sweets. Below, I will provide you with some simple recipes for […] Read More

Thanksgiving Decorating Tips

Jacquelyn Bennett – November 19, 2018

For many, Thanksgiving is when the coziness of winter begins. Use the following decoration ideas to help make your house cozy, and ready for Thanksgiving! (Click on the pictures for the links) Decor Centerpieces Table Settings Wreaths Thankfulness Trees Hopefully this provides you with some inspiration for how to make your Thanksgiving a cozy experience! Read More

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Hayride Safety Procedures

Jacquelyn Bennett – October 29, 2018

Fall brings a whole new season of fun activities—apple picking, pumpkin carving, bonfires, and hayrides. However, as with every activity, safety procedures must be in place. Below, I will explain the best steps to take when planning a hayride. A hayride, when not planned for, can be a dangerous thing. For example, instances, where children have […] Read More

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Updating Your Resume – Tips & Free Help

Jacquelyn Bennett – September 10, 2018

The average recruiter spends 6 seconds looking at your resume.   6 seconds. Let that sink in. .. If your resume only gets looked at for 6 seconds, what do you want to stand out? This is why you need to take the time to polish your resume.   Read the tips below for help. […] Read More

Recipe's for Summer - Raspberries

Recipe’s for Summer – Raspberries

Jacquelyn Bennett – July 27, 2018

If you have never seen a video of a bunny eating raspberries, you haven’t lived. Before you read on, you must watch the following video. Funny, Cute Bunny Rabbit Eating Raspberries! Sweet Funny Bunnies Rabbits Funny bunny eats raspberries. Sweet bunny rabbit eating fruit, rasberrys. Cute funny bunny rabbit eats rasberries – berries. Funny bunnys, […] Read More

Why I Celebrate My Dad on Father’s Day

Jacquelyn Bennett – June 17, 2018

“Your memories from your early childhood seem to have such purchase on your emotions. They are so concrete.” ~ Dana Spiotta There I was, perched on top of columns of file cabinets.  Effortlessly, I’d crawl up the drawer handles to reach the top.  The next hours were spent drawing on scrap paper with sharpies, highlighters […] Read More

Valentines Day Date Ideas

Jacquelyn Bennett – February 12, 2018

Valentines Day is only 2 days away! Do you have plans? Below are some simple Valentines Day date ideas to make your day special. For the Homebody’s Cook a meal together and watch a movie (Candy from the Dollar Store makes the movie extra fun!) Cuddle on the couch and read your favorite books. Have […] Read More

New Years Preparations

Jacquelyn Bennett – December 11, 2017

Cheers to a new year and another chance for us to get it right. Oprah Winfrey If you are like me, this quote might resonate with you. When New Year’s comes, all I can think about is the missed opportunities from the past year. Accomplishing most things in life is not easy. Below is a […] Read More

6 Fall Activities near Indy

Jacquelyn Bennett – October 16, 2017

You’re walking outside, under a cloudless, deep blue sky, and hear the crunch of fallen leaves under your feet. You breathe in the cool crisp air and somehow you can tell that fall is here. For many people, Fall wouldn’t be complete without pumpkins, cider, hayrides and more. However, it is easy for some of […] Read More

An icy road is many driver's worst nightmare.

Icy Road Survival Tips

Jacquelyn Bennett – January 29, 2016

If you live in the Midwest, you know what it is like to wake up one morning to snow falling. You also know what it is like when salt melts the snow, and how in the morning all of the melted snow has frozen into a thin sheet of ice covering the road. While you […] Read More

Christmas trees are beautiful, but can be dangerous.

Christmas Tree Fire Safety Tips

Jacquelyn Bennett – November 9, 2015

December. Snow falling, cookies in the oven, wrapping gifts, time with loved ones, the smell of pine, and the warm glow of a Christmas tree. The Christmas tree is one of the most common things you will find in a house during the Christmas season. Every year people all over the world decorate it with […] Read More