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September 2016 Monthly Archives

  1. 6 Simple Social Media Practices to Bolster Your Business’s Online Presence

    by zywaveblogger

    Category: Our Blog

    The prevalence of smartphones and high-speed wireless internet has rapidly changed the way that we interact with one another and explore our surrounding community. In fact, according to Vistaprint Digital Services, a marketing products manufacturer, more than one-third of U.S. internet users’ first interactions with small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) is through online research. Potential […]

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  2. The Difference Between Good and Bad Cholesterol

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    Category: Our Blog

    September is National Cholesterol Education Month. In general, cholesterol refers to the waxy substance found in fats in your blood which your body needs to function. While cholesterol is essential to your health, as it aids in hormone production, supports nerve and brain development, helps the liver digest fats, and is the key substance in […]

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  3. How to Prepare for Floods

    by zywaveblogger

    Category: Our Blog

    Floods are the leading natural disaster in the United States, and they cost the economy $3 billion in 2015, according to the National Flood Insurance Program. Even small streams, dry streambeds or low-lying ground that may appear harmless in dry weather can flood. And, it only needs to flood a few centimeters to cause major […]

  4. Protect Your Student’s Belongings

    by zywaveblogger

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    It’s no secret that attending college is expensive. In addition to paying tuition and fees, most students (and parents) spend a significant amount of money gearing up for college. In order to protect these purchases and prevent expensive incidents, it is crucial that you make sure your child is properly insured. In general, if your […]

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  5. Wearing White After Labor Day

    by zywaveblogger

    Category: Our Blog

    It’s no secret that wearing white clothing is an easy (and proven) way to help beat the heat. However, high temperatures often occur outside of the summer months, making the well-known, post-Labor Day “ban” on wearing white clothing seem a bit silly. While etiquette hard-liners hold tight to the tradition, fashion icons like Coco Chanel […]

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