Lifestyles

Winterizing lawns and gardens makes spring more fun

Nov 11th, 2019 | By
Winterizing lawns and gardens makes spring more fun

The leaves are starting to fall, and while the hard work of summer lawn and garden care may be over, now’s the time to tackle a few landscaping tasks that need to be finished before winter arrives. By completing these chores now, you will be able to jump right in when spring arrives. Here are
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Protecting your heart and your money from relationship scams

Oct 23rd, 2019 | By
Protecting your heart and your money from relationship scams

More than one-third of Washington adults report running into relationship scams when seeking love or companionship online. They’re among millions of Americans who are meeting others on matchmaking websites, dating apps and social media. Not all those new connections are meant to be, as 37 percent of Washington residents polled in a new AARP survey
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TECHNOLOGY: Personal emergency systems can be hacked, but their positives outweigh negatives

Oct 9th, 2019 | By

Retirement doesn’t have to mean sitting at home and passing time on the porch. As they age, Americans are staying active, engaging in new hobbies, traveling to wish-list destinations, and living life to the fullest. Technology is helping to facilitate active lifestyles by providing a safety net inside and outside the home. New technologies are enabling
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Adventure photographer is still answering nature’s call

Sep 19th, 2019 | By
Adventure photographer is still answering nature’s call

Dan Clements couldn’t believe what he was seeing. For the past week, he and five others had been trekking through British Columbia’s Great Bear Rainforest, returning to a sailboat anchored off the coast of Gribbell Island to sleep before resuming their search for one of the world’s most elusive species. It was September 2017. The
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