#AAAtravelselfies: See Yourself in St. Petersburg, Russia

If you’re looking to travel somewhere unique with unexpected sights and findings, the vibrant city of St. Petersburg might be the place for you.   #food   Palkin: This might be at the top of your budget, but it is top-quality Russian food in an opulent tsarist-era setting. The restaurant traces its roots back to […]

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Road Tripping 101: How to Pack Your Vehicle Like a Pro

  One of the keys to staying safe on road trips is knowing how to pack your car properly. We’ll walk you through it step by step so you can maximize your cargo space and fit all the things you absolutely need.   #1: Clean out the entire car. That’s right. Remove everything from the […]

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Tips & Tools for Keeping Your Family’s Schedule Organized

Life is busy, and the more lives you have to manage, the busier your own life gets. Inevitably, appointments get missed, communication gets lost, and maybe—just maybe—a child gets left at piano lessons. Twice.   But the joy of a growing family doesn’t need to be clouded by the stress of keeping up with the […]

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#AAATravelSelfies: See Yourself in Frankfurt

Frankfurt is a central German city full of not only history, but also a rich contemporary culture that has developed from rebuilding the city after World War II.   See yourself at restaurants #food   Altes Zollhaus: Try traditional German cuisine in a homey atmosphere with exposed wood beams that serves traditional venison, pheasant and […]

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4 Steps to Fueling Up for a Triathlon

Triathlons are like no other sport, and require huge amounts of protein and healthy carbs from your first training day until the moment you cross the finish line. But in the hours leading up to race day, the idea is to eat smart, rather than gorge on an entire box of pasta. These efficient eating […]

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News Flash: Millennials are Buying Cars

According to J.D. Power & Associates, Generation Y, also known as millennials, were responsible for 27 percent of new car sales in the U.S. last year, up from 18 percent in 2010. In fact, they’re buying more cars than those who are part of Generation X.   Surprised? A lot of people are. For several […]

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The Car Buying Process: Preparing for the Battle

While the thought of a new car is exciting, the thought of negotiating and committing can be intimidating. Here are some quick tips for preparing for the car buying battle.   Bring backup. Don’t go alone; instead, bring someone along for moral support. This individual can ask questions and point out potential flaws in the […]

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Drinking and Driving Truths

It’s no secret that drunk driving is extremely dangerous. All too often we hear of another tragic case involving an impaired driver. In fact, alcohol-impaired drivers make up about one-third of all motor vehicle deaths and an average of one alcohol-impaired driving death occurs every 45 minutes.   When you drink alcohol, it enters your […]

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