Helping Your Family Through Medical Malpractice

There were around 12,414 cases of medical malpractice reported to the National Practitioner Data Bank between 2009 and 2018, and medical malpractice is officially the third leading cause of death in the U.S. (as reported by John Hopkins University). The top causes of medical malpractice include misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis, childbirth, anesthesia, medication or surgical errors, and infection. If your family has been through such an … [Read more...]

Grilled Steak Without an Outdoor Grill  

Sure, there's nothing like cooking steak on the backyard grill. But who has time for that? If you want to get the look of grill cooking, here are some easy kitchen cheats that do the trick. You might be surprised how good a steak can turn-out using these indoor grill tips that look like they were cooked outdoors.  Cast Iron pan- Option #1  What you'll need:  Cast iron skillet (at least 3" deep) Steak slabs (no more than 1" … [Read more...]

Denied Social Security Disability? (Why you shouldn’t panic)

Injuries and disabilities can mean that you are unable to work. In turn, this can mean that you are unable to pay your bills or provide for your family. This realisation that you are in a potentially serious financial situation can be a stressful time, especially if your injury or disability means that you are unlikely to return to your duties any time soon.  One way forward is to apply for Social Security Disability (SSD). However, many … [Read more...]

Back to School: 3 Reasons Why It Is Not Just for Kids

Like everything else during the pandemic, back to school time is weird. Right now, school districts are trying to decide whether classes will be in-person or remote. If in-person, will they be held inside or outside? If outside, what happens when the weather turns bad? Some schools have started with in person learning only to move to remote learning. If remote, who’s responsibility is it to provide computers? What happens if a teacher or student … [Read more...]

5 Potential Problems With AC Units That Keep Turning Off

When the sweat is dripping from your body and the summer heat feels suffocating, you depend on your air conditioning unit to make life bearable. Any inconsistencies in how it cools are noticeable, and you grow more miserable by the minute. Making in the call to a technician servicing air conditioning in Provo is one way to get some relief, but you can also look into these reasons for why your unit might keep shutting off. You Have a Thermostat … [Read more...]

11 Fun Facts For People Considering A Singapore Vacation

Singapore is one of the most exciting cities in the world to travel. For decades, it’s been extraordinarily wealthy and a regional hub for the entirety of Southeast Asia. The town looks more like something you’d find in a western country like the US or Canada - and perhaps better. Gleaming skyscrapers and beautiful parks create a strangely beautiful urban environment, ready for you to explore.  Because the city-state is such an unusual place, … [Read more...]

The Best Gift Ideas For Teenagers In Your Family

Early Warning Services' 2019 report shows that not having enough finances to afford gifts is a top holiday money concern for about 43% of consumers, according to a survey by Bankrate. Gift giving is the easiest way to make someone feel special. Presents convey a message to the recipient that you're thinking about them. However, buying gifts, especially for teens, can be daunting. Naturally, impressing teens isn't easy because of their varied … [Read more...]

Thinking about new glasses? Discover 5 reasons why you should only buy them online  

We all love the convenience of shopping online. With just a few clicks we can have our weekly shop delivered straight to our doors, we can order new clothes, shoes, gifts, and anything else we need within moments. And now more than ever, people are much more comfortable having their goods delivered to them rather than heading out to the high-street.   But what about your glasses? There’s nothing more exciting than choosing a new pair of … [Read more...]

Road trippin’ USA (family vay-cay pointers)

If there was ever a country more finely attuned to the needs of the road tripping family on vacation, I’d like to hear about it - America has it all. From Route 66 rarities like stopping off to see Cadillac Ranch or the Painted Desert, or going really out of your way to places like The Grand Canyon or Mount Rushmore, there’s never a dull moment (and you’re always likely to find extra places to visit while en route). Of course, accidents do … [Read more...]

5 Ways to Thank Your Standout Wedding Vendors

The wedding vendors you hire are crucial in making your wedding daydreams come true. From the florist to the photographer, wedding pros are the ones who bring your vision for your big day to life. Indeed, the vendors who did an exceptional job at your wedding deserve a big thank you. Here are some of the best ways to say thanks to your vendors after your wedding has wrapped up. 1. Give Cash Tips Quite possibly the easiest and most … [Read more...]