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Sally Jones

Sally is a passionate writer but her interests do not stop there. She spends a lot of time daydreaming about the beach, however, she spends most of her time taking advantage of all the activities her town has to offer in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.

IDShield vs LifeLock: Which Offers The Ultimate ID Theft Protection?

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Finding the best ID theft protection is no easy feat, with tons of identity theft protection companies on the market promising to have your back. The ultimate goal is to find a service that not only monitors your personal information for fraud but also helps you recover if you become a victim of ID theft. So, which one is best for your needs? We have a clear winner in our IDShield vs LifeLock reviews…

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Survival 101: Best Emergency Food Kits

Cooking outdoors: Best Emergency Food Kits

Hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, even the occasional snowpocalypse can leave you stranded in your home for days or even weeks. Are you prepared if a disaster hits? You’ll be glad you planned ahead, and it doesn’t get more basic than making sure you and your family have a sustainable food supply. We’ll give you the lowdown on how to prepare emergency food supplies and, if you’re too busy to DIY, we’ll give you some of our recommendations for the best emergency food kits on the market…

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Best Robot Lawn Mower: Your Saturday Savior?

Husqvarna robot lawn mower in yard

The future of lawn care is here to take this dreaded chore off your to-do list — permanently. Picture a hypothetical Roomba lawn mower cutting your grass as you’re watching the game, lounging in a hammock or even sleeping. Yes, there are several fully autonomous, Roomba-like mowers on the market, and we’re here to help you choose the best robot lawn mower for your yard and lifestyle…

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Best WiFi Sprinkler Controller Reviews: Blossom vs SkyDrop vs Rachio vs RainMachine vs Hunter & More

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Have you soaked a ton of money and effort into your home’s lawn, flower beds and gardens only to have them dry up due to irregular watering? If you work all day and are on-the-go, how do you keep up with your yard’s irrigation needs? It’s especially daunting if you live in an area where you’re under strict watering restrictions. Thanks to modern technology, you can stay on top of your yard from anywhere and anytime. A WiFi sprinkler control and system could be the answer to your watering woes. Read our best WiFi sprinkler controller reviews to see how they work and which products we recommend…

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Equifax Reviews: What to Expect After the Data Hack

Equifax Reviews: What to Expect After the Data Hack

Equifax, one of the three main credit bureaus in the U.S., was hit by a massive data security breach in the Summer of 2017 affecting an estimated 145.5 million U.S. consumers. Information hackers had access to includes names, Social Security numbers, birth dates, credit card numbers, addresses and driver’s license numbers. In our updated Equifax reviews, we’ll give you the lowdown on the breach and tell you how you can protect your credit now and in the future…

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CyberGhost Review: Is This Formerly Free VPN Still Worth It?

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What’s the key to safe, smart online use? Security, of course. And one of the best added security measures you can take is to invest in a Virtual Protocol Network (VPN). Don’t have the budget? Don’t worry. You can get VPN service at no cost through CyberGhost’s free plan! What’s the catch? CyberGhost is basic, but comes with a high encryption level to keep your online life where it belongs — for your eyes only. Read our CyberGhost review to see what they have to offer and why we chose them the best free VPN service…

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