How to Throw a Great Football Party

The Big Game is just around the corner, which means football fans nationwide are getting ready to host the perfect football party. While the ins and outs of throwing a party aren’t too complicated, you should consider doing more than simply rounding up friends and family and parking them in front of the big screen. If you’re hosting a Super Bowl party this February, here are some tips for making sure your get-together scores plenty of points with your guests.

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Responding to Disaster: What to Do After Your Home Floods

Flooded Street signs from Hurricane Harvey, Houston Texas

The last thing anyone expected from this hurricane season was the widespread tragedy and destruction unleashed upon Texas by Hurricane Harvey. Hundreds of thousands of Texas residents have been left to deal with the aftermath of the storm, including flooded homes and loss of power. When disaster strikes, keep your ducks in a row by knowing exactly what to do after your home floods and to take the first steps toward returning to normalcy.

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A Day to Celebrate Our Furry Friends – August 26

Americans celebrate a long list of holidays each year; some which need no explanation as to why they exist (like Mother’s Day, Father’s Day and Teacher Appreciation Week), and others that are a bit questionable or farfetched, to say the least (such as National Hairball Awareness Day, Take Your Plants for a Walk Day and Bad Poetry Day, just to name a few). One holiday many people aren’t aware of, but that certainly deserves to exist and be recognized, celebrates our most loyal four-legged companions: dogs.

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