NAWBO Resources - Organization and Strategy
Ellen "Sam" Scheer, Owner/Agent, American Family Insurance http://insurance-agency.amfam.com/OH/ellensam-scheer/default.aspx
Nothing lasts forever. In addition to replacing the batteries every year, you should replace your carbon monoxide detectors every five years and smoke detectors every 10 years.
On March 18, J J DiGeronimo shared good ideas on how to eliminate the energy-draining commitments that are dragging us down. One suggestion was to find someone else to do housework or yard work, perhaps a neighborhood teen or a struggling single parent. Before you do, consider what might go wrong. Check with your homeowners insurance to see what is covered if the person damages your home or possessions.
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