Dos and Don'ts of Home Plumbing
DO - Run very hot water into your kitchen sink drain either by boiling water on stove or from your faucet, then fill one side of your sink and plunge.
Helping Your Child with Homework
For Parents of Elementary and Junior High School Children
How to Find a Missing Person
It is not always necessary to hire a private investigator to search for a missing person. In fact, the time consuming task of investigating a missing person can be done by almost anyone.
How to Get Free Food, Clothing, Computers - Almost Anything Given to You by Major Corporations and Others
If you or your organization has a worthwhile need for items you can't afford to purchase, there are often ways to obtain those items for free.
How to Stop Paying Property Taxes on Your Home
The way to do this is to sign over the title of your home to your non-profit organization that you form. You can form your own church or organization and apply for the tax-exempt status at your county courthouse.
How to Teach Your Child Right from Wrong
At this stage in life, the concepts of right and wrong are not possible to teach. Rather, an infant who is shown warmth, cuddling and loving attention is likely to grow into a healthy and happy adult.
The Dangers of Household Garbage
Reducing the hazardous waste in America's landfills starts at home. Millions of households are producing billions of pounds of solid waste. Products used every day in our homes leach hazardous chemicals after entering landfills.
The Inside Story a Guide to Indoor Air Quality
All of us face a variety of risks to our health as we go about our day to day lives. Driving in cars, flying in planes, engaging in recreational activities, and being exposed to environmental pollutants all pose varying degrees of risk.
Troubleshooting One-Cylinder Engines
Living on a farm, homestead, or just a small country estate, we often find much of the repair work falls on us. Home repairs, appliances, and oh Lord, that ever-present one-cylinder engine.
Your Home Fire Safety Checklist
The United States has one of the highest fire death and injury rates in the world. Fire--in the form of flames and smoke--is the second leading cause of accidental death in the home.