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Author Archives: Brian P. Russell

Brian Russell lives in University of Florida's Gator Country. He enjoys exploring new places and learning new things, plus sharing what he's found with others. Turnoffs include double spaces after periods and emails with unneeded CCs. He plays H-O-R-S-E at 3 p.m. EST every weekday at 352 Media Group.

Figuring Out How Much Home You Can Afford

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Home ownership brings a raft of new monthly payments that can overwhelm new buyers. Read More »

Keeping Pests Out of the Workplace

Keep an eye on your workplace habits to see if you're contributing to a pest-prone work space. Read More »

Getting Your Home Ready to Sell in Spring

If you want to be the hottest house on your block, your home and yard will need some spring cleaning. Read More »

In Search of Money Saving Solutions: What is a Third Party Energy Supplier?

A recent Gallup poll showed energy costs as the number one factor hurting the finances of people and small businesses. Read More »

BLS Reports 3.7 Million Open Jobs; Finding Yours

If you are among those struggling to find a job, here are a few services to help you in your search. Read More »

Offset Some Holiday Spending by Managing Your Winter Energy Expenses

With all the holiday fun (and spending) ahead of you, plan ahead to trim some winter energy expenses. Read More »

Tips for Hosting a Food-Allergy Friendly Thanksgiving

For people or families that need to manage food allergies, Thanksgiving can be a pretty stressful time. Read More »

There’s No Better Betting than the Breeders’ Cup

This weekend will offer the best two days of the year for horse racing fans. Read More »

With One to Go, a Look Back at Horse Racing in 2012

With the Breeders’ Cup Classic approaching, here's a look back at some of the biggest horse races of 2012. Read More »

Bugs in Your Home: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

With seasonal shifts in weather, there'll be more chances to encounter outsiders coming in to search for food and shelter. Read More »