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When it comes to preparing your son or daughter for college, the parental “to-do” list can get pretty lengthy.
Summer is winding down and many people think that the heat will take pests with it. However, while some do disappear when the temperature drops, there are still a handful that stick around (many times, they’ll find their way into your home for warmth or shelter). Our Columbia pest control company advises you to be on the lookout for these common fall pests:
The thought of a car accident is very disturbing, but taking precautions will help you avoid them. In this section of TeenDriving.com, we go over some simple best practices for being on the road, making turns, how to handle driving in rough weather, passing, driving on your school campus, and the dreaded merging. We also talk about how to avoid an accident—and what to do if you’re in one.
As the calendar turns from September to October, the leaves turn from green to gold, red, brown, orange. The green tree canopy of summer gives way to a rainbow of autumn colors and many of us wistfully watch the leaves fall to the ground. Others of us just think, "Great, now I have to rake the lawn."
If that blanket of dead leaves awaits you, you'll need not only a rake but also a few safe raking reminders: