Follow these tips to keep your holidays festive, cheerful and most importantly safe and healthy.
Thanksgiving is only a few days away, and the staff at Eastgate Village wants to ensure you celebrate safely. Follow these tips to keep your holidays festive, cheerful and most importantly safe and healthy.
Keep your family and overnight guests safe with a working smoke detector on every level of the house, in the halls adjacent to the bedrooms. Test smoke detectors monthly and replace batteries at least twice a year.
Have a fire extinguisher available not more than 10 feet from the stove, on the exit side of the room.
Know how to use your fire extinguisher.
Keep all candles far from children’s reach.
Purchase only government-inspected meat and poultry products. Check the “sell by” date on all food you buy, and never buy packages if the date has passed.
Before you prepare anything for the holidays, be sure you begin with a clean stove and oven as well as thoroughly washed kitchen utensils and hands.
Urban settings are rich in food and culture, as well as attractions that appeal to a variety of individuals.
Urban living holds endless opportunities for nearly every type of person. Why, do you ask? It’s simple. Urban settings are rich in food and culture, as well as attractions that appeal to a variety of individuals. Cities are also the primary hub for all of a state’s business and, therefore, people seek alternatives to the long commutes from the suburbs.
What most people find to be the biggest advantage to living in a city is the convenient availability to nearly anything you crave, want, need or desire. You can usually find yourself within walking distance to a bus, taxi or subway that can take you to popular restaurants, pubs, shops, museums, libraries and parks. But what is more important than having something different to do everyday is what each neighborhood is defined as specifically?