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First Time Babysitter Do's and Don'ts

Babysitting is a tried and true way for teenagers to make a little extra cash. If your teen has decided they want to start raking in the babysitting dollars, they should know the basic building blocks of a great sitter right from the start. That way, they're more likely to get called on again and recommended to others. Pass on this blog to anyone you know who's starting to babysit – this information is just for them!

Creative Ways to Say Thank You for Helping Me Move

You've probably heard the popular saying that you know who your friends really are when they help you move. There's more than a little truth in it. Moving is a hassle, and anyone willing to help you out by jumping right into the chaos is a great friend. It's a good idea to let them know how much you appreciate their help. Most people offer them pizza or send a thank you note, but it's even more fun to come with a creative thank you that'll put a smile on their face. Here are a few ideas to get you brainstorming.

Most Haunted Road Trip Spots in America: The South

Whenever you're planning a road trip, it's best to do it seasonally. Summers are meant for the top water slides in the country and other outdoor activities. Winter brings primetime skiing and snowboarding. And once fall rolls around, you can’t miss the spookiest tourist attractions in the States. Here are our picks of the best creepy stops on your Southern road trip.

How to Deal with Neighbors with Unruly Pets

Sometimes when you move to a new home, you luck out and end up with neighbors who become your best friends for life. Other times, you might not be quite so fortunate. You could have loud neighbors, nosy neighbors, or neighbors who don't know how to keep their pets under control. How do you respond when the dog next door keeps doing its business in your yard or keeping you awake by barking constantly? Here are a few suggestions.

Disclosure Laws: What to Ask Before Buying the House

There's always a little bit of uncertainty with house hunting. You may be afraid you're going to inadvertently end up with something that needs a major overhaul. Sellers are not allowed to encourage your purchase under false pretenses. If there is something seriously wrong with the house, they must let you know or they could end up with a lawsuit on their hands. These issues are typically revealed in a disclosure form, which the seller must fill out and make available to the buyer, but that can sometimes be complicated to read, so you can always just ask the seller in person. Here's what you need to know.


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