May is National Moving Month, and while most Americans report having moved homes more than 4 times over their lifetime, 87 percent feel moving is somewhat or very stressful, according to a new national survey of 1,000 Americans from Liberty Mutual Insurance. Here are some tips to take the stress and worry out of your move.
People all across the U.S. have noticed a difference in this year's weather: it's warmer and wetter than usual. You can blame El Nino, which causes a periodic warming of the Pacific Ocean and changes in weather patterns for that extra-warm, rainy holiday season.
This weather is likely to remain through 2016. These tips will help you protect your car, your home and your family from harm when the rain and thunderstorms seem to never end.
Tornado season is coming—are you ready? Most tornadoes happen between April and June, though they can occur year-round. Tornadoes can be extremely powerful, achieving speeds of more than 200 miles per hour and can travel hundreds of miles. Learn what actions you can take before a tornado hits, while it's happening and after it's passed to keep you and your family safe.