Top 7 Security Tips to Keep You Safe on Your Vacation

When you’re at home, it’s easy to spot security risks. You’ve already developed a routine that involves keeping yourself safe, such as locking the doors before you go to sleep and avoiding streets in seedy areas at night. When you’re on vacation, it’s sometimes hard to anticipate what you’re getting yourself into. Be sure to adopt good practices that will keep you secure in any environment.
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Reasons Why a Well-maintained Car Leads to Safer Road Trip

Planning a road trip with your family will not be complete without a list of things needed to be done before you leave.  In that list, you have included all the foods you need to buy. Aside from the food, you have also included the amount of money you need to spend. Also, who will ever forget about the outfits that you need to wear to have an Instagram-worthy photo?

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Driveway Safety: What You Can Do To Keep Your Family Safe

Contributed by Jennifer Dawson

Shockingly, most children hit by cars are under five and injured at home in their own driveways, with a parent behind the wheel. Those tragic stories should serve as a wakeup call to the importance of adequate driveway safety for families, but similarly, as you age you may find that your driveway ought to meet the required standards set by the ADA., the Americans with Disabilities Act which was passed in 1990.
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Protective Parenting: 5 Tips for Keeping Children Safe at Home

Home safety is a matter that parents begin to worry about from the very first moment they learn they will have a child. Fortunately, there are a number of actions they can take to make their homes safer and to teach children of every age how to be safe in the home. Here are five areas of home safety that should be on the top of your list to keep your children safe at home every day.

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How to Create a Safe Outdoor Space for Your Child to Play In

Guest post contributed by Hannah Whittenly

Playing outside is a favorite activity for many children, and it is a healthy way for them to spend their free time. After all, when they are running around and playing actively outdoors, they are getting plenty of exercise, and they are exposed to fresh air and sunshine. However, children can easily get injured or harmed in other ways when playing outdoors if they are not in a safe, secure place. These tips will help you to create an ideal outdoor space for your children.
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How to Protect Your Home While You Are Away

The warmer weather is quickly approaching and that can only mean one thing…vacation time! While you are out relaxing and having fun, you’ll want to make sure your home is safe and secure while you are gone. Here are some great tips to help you protect your home while you are away.
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