Cinco de Mayo Ready Grilling Recipes

Summer a great time to show your friends that you are the best party host around. Cinco de Mayo in particular is a great way to kick off the summer grilling season with festive foods. With a little music, some carne asada, and a lot of propane, You’re on your way to the best Cinco de Mayo fiesta […]

6 Ways U-Haul Can Help You This Holiday Season

The holidays can be a crazy time of year. Shopping malls are packed, and you might feel like your list of errands will never end! Well, it’s time to put the joy back in your holidays with a little help from your friends at U-Haul. Here are some things U-Haul can help you with this […]

5 Ways to Use Propane This Holiday Season

Just because it’s getting colder doesn’t mean you need to stop using propane. In fact, that’s probably more of a reason to use propane this holiday season. From tips on keeping warm both inside and outside of your house as well as some meals you can serve at your next Holiday party, here’s how to […]

Using Car Share for the Holiday Season

For many college students across the country, Thanksgiving and Christmas break is a time to head home and spend a few, quality days with family and old friends. For others, hanging around campus and celebrating with new friends and classmates is the way to go! Whichever way you choose to celebrate, here’s how using Car Share […]

Complete Guide for Holiday Moving

Holiday moving can be quite the adventure.  There are so many things to consider like do I move before, after or during the holiday.  One of the most important things to do is to manage your expectations.  You will probably not have time to do everything you normally would do during the holiday season.  The […]

Valentine’s Day Craft for Your Classroom

Valentine’s Day is the perfect time for teachers to make some creative, love-themed crafts with their students–and with a few simple supplies, your class will be taking home some truly fridge-worthy projects! Follow these steps with your students to create a lovely Hanging “LOVE” Board this Valentine’s Day! What You Need Small Moving Box (Use one from […]

Celebrate Lunar New Year

Lunar New Year is February 8, 2016, but the preparation and celebration actually starts before the new year. With a focus on family, the Lunar New Year celebrates with parades, good food, and great friends. With a celebration that lasts 15 days it is important to be prepared. Below are a few of the many […]

Sustainable Ways to Get Rid of Holiday Gift Wrapping

If you’re anything like me, the end of this long holiday weekend means getting rid of the mountain of gift wrapping paper, boxes and other packaging your holiday gifts came in.  Those of you who went shopping on Boxing Day may have even added more packaging to the pile left over after Christmas morning.  Now […]

How to Enjoy the Holidays Alone

Flying solo during the holiday season isn’t gloomy at all when you have the right idea of how to plan out your time. Whether you’ve got a bad case of the flu and don’t want to risk getting friends or family sick, or you moved to a new state and don’t know anyone–follow these tips […]

Holiday Propane Safety

Summer has passed and the Halloween candy is long gone. That can only mean one thing: the holiday season is officially here. As you make your plans for all of the wonderful days spent with family and friends in the next few months, don’t forget to take a few minutes to keep your loved ones safe […]

5 Shopping Tips for Black Friday Deals

Black Friday shopping: it’s an American Tradition at this point. It used to be that you had dinner with your loved ones on Thanksgiving and the next morning you headed over to the stores to find the best deals. This is no longer the case. The prep for Black Friday shopping starts days, maybe even […]

How to Start a Food Drive

Thanksgiving is a time to give thanks for the blessings in life. When many think of this Fall holiday, a monumental feast filled with turkey and all you favorite foods come to mind. This is not a reality for a growing amount of hungry Americans who do not know where their next meal will come […]

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