(ARA) – No hay duda de que la mayoría de los estadounidenses quieren hacer compras “verdes” y poner de su parte para conservar del medioambiente. Pero incluso cuando la economía comienza a dar signos de recuperación, más de las dos terceras partes de los consumidores de la nación afirman que el precio es el mayor obstáculo que les impide adquirir bienes o servicios para proteger la ecología este año.
(ARA) – For many homeowners, the return of warm weather signals that time of year to launch the long-awaited home remodeling or backyard patio project.
(ARA) – With more and more people staying put in their homes, homeowners have realized the importance of creating a space that is meaningful to them and their families.
Spring brings so much excitement: warmer temperatures, more time outside, and the ritual of packing away bulky winter clothes. But perhaps the best part is the return of color. Yellow daffodils, pink tulips, blue hyacinths, bright green leaves — they make the world vibrant again. As the flowers bloom in a burst of hues, your wardrobe should too.
(ARA) – One in two Americans is living with a chronic disease. Chronic diseases are persistent and recurring, and are typically either hereditary or the result of factors such as poor diet, obesity or lack of exercise.
(ARA) – Nearly every lawn or garden has one – a bare, ugly spot where nothing seems to grow well. Maybe the spot gets too much sun, or too much shade. Perhaps the soil is too sandy, rocky or full of clay for most plants to survive in it. Maybe it’s on a hill or slope where exposure to wind and water runoff make it uninhabitable for average plant life.
(ARA) – Throughout the year there are many disease awareness days. While some of these awareness days touch people personally, many others pass by unnoticed.
(ARA) – The holidays are long gone, but for many people, the bills racked up during the season are still lingering. If you aren’t diligent about paying down the balances, those leftover holiday expenditures could really hurt your ability to meet your financial goals for the year.
(ARA) – It’s no secret: Americans love coffee. Every day it seems a new coffee shop opens around the corner, and it’s nearly impossible to walk a block without passing someone with a cup in hand. Despite the rising cost of specialty coffee drinks in these difficult economic times, Americans continue reaching for that cherished cup of joe.
(ARA) – It’s always a good idea to keep your resume fresh for employment opportunities. Take the time to polish your resume so it appeals to employers, because what may have worked for you in the past might not be relevant today.
While Julius Caesar may have been warned to “Beware of the Ides of March,” most Americans are more fearful of the “Ides of April” – also known as “Tax Day.”
(ARA) – The economy is moving again – and so are Americans. About 38 million people moved to new locations, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Warm weather locales seem to be top-of-mind these days.