Preparing Your Home for the Holiday Season

The holiday season has arrived, which brings a unique set of safety challenges each year. We've compiled several safety precautions to take this season- to keep you safe and jolly! Read more.

How to Host a Holiday Cookie Swap

Tis the season to spread holiday cheer- and what better way than to host a holiday cookie swap with a few of your closest friends! The traditional cookie swap allows you to contribute a dozen cookies and return home with a dozen of new cookies to sample. Here's how to pull off a fabulous cookie swap this season and share your favorite cookie in the comments! Read more.

Creative Ways to use Thanksgiving Leftovers!

It's one of the best parts of Thanksgiving- after dinner is over, packing up all of the leftover turkey and side dishes to be eaten over the next few days. There are many unique ways to finish your leftovers, so we have compiled a list of some of our favorite recipes to clean out the fridge in the days following Turkey Day! We want to hear- what's your favorite way to use your leftovers? Read more.

October LifeWorks Recap: Halloween & Autumn Harvest

LifeWorks programs around the nation celebrated a huge month for resident events in October! More than 18,500 residents attended LifeWorks functions last month, celebrating Halloween and Autumn harvest! Here's a snapshot of some of our great events! Read more.

Honoring Our Veterans

Today we celebrate our Veterans by taking pause to honor those Americans who have served and are serving in our Armed Forces, both living and deceased. Our country was founded on life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness – all of which would not be a reality without the sacrifices of the 22 million American veterans living among us today. These veterans – our neighbors, friends and family – are dedicated to protect our freedom and defend our great nation and we are incredibly grateful for their sacrifices and commitment. Read more.

Change your batteries and “Fall Back” this weekend!

This Sunday, November 1st, turn your clock back one hour and enjoy an extra hour of sleep! As we proceed into the late fall and early winter, our days are getting shorter, prompting the annual tradition of optimizing daylight until the spring brings us longer days in March. Read more.

4 Fun Ways to Decorate Pumpkins

It’s a rite of passage in the autumn- travel to the local pumpkin patch and scour the field for the perfect, plump pumpkin. You’ve already begun thinking about how you will decorate it for the season… will it be scary or silly, happy or angry? There are millions of ways to carve or decorate your pumpkin- here are a few of our favorite ways add those special finishing touches! Read more.

Sound the Alarm: October is Fire Prevention Month

October is National Fire Prevention Month – making it an excellent time to examine your preparedness of a household fire. National Fire Prevention Month is sponsored by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and has roots that date back to The Great Chicago Fire of 1871. Read more.

Go Meatless This Monday for World Vegetarian Day

On October 1st, millions around the globe celebrated World Vegetarian Day, recognizing the 7 million people worldwide that omit meat from their lifestyles. For more than ten years, the term "Meatless Monday" has encouraged families around the globe to get creative with their Monday meals by reducing meat consumption and set the stage for a healthy week. Read more.

Cozy up to Autumn: Fall Safety Awareness

Known for pumpkin pie and crisp nights, fall is undoubtedly a favorite season among many. With lower temperatures, longer nights and back-to-school season in full swing, a change in season calls for a change in safety awareness. Below are tips to keep our community safe so everyone can enjoy a festive autumn. Read more.