Who doesn’t enjoy an amazing family vacation at the seaside? This is what you have been waiting for all year long, isn’t it? Well… if you want to embrace all the fun and forget about all the troubles that might ensue from spending an entire vacation at the beach with the kids, you need to pack a few extra items besides your beach blanket, towels and sunscreen. Let’s see today some beach bag essentials for a great summer holiday entirely lacked of worries, troubles, and issues. Read More
Nobody likes to hear this, but our homes are very exposed to household fires every single day. You cook every day, all your appliances work in the same time, and you use plenty of methods of heating in winter or cooling down in summer.
Even if you use the latest and safest electronics, it’s always better to be safe than sorry!
Let’s see today a few tips, tricks, and information to help you keep your house safe from fires! Read More
Choosing the right emergency person and having that person ready to jump in whenever you are in trouble may be one of the smartest things you do in your life.
According to specialists in safety and personal security, listing an emergency contact may save your life in a great number of ways and situations. But who to choose and what criteria do you have to follow in making the best choice?
Let’s take a look at what experts have to say about it! Read More
We don’t live in the safest of worlds and it is always better to prevent than to cure, isn’t it?
We have plenty of resources to learn how to keep our homes safe and how to make all our travels secure. But how about daily, run-of-the-mill safety?
We usually don’t think that something bad would happen to us every day we go to work for instance – as it would drive us mad – but some precautions don’t hurt. Let’s see 15 simple personal security tips to keep in mind every day. Read More
Until the age of 2-3 years old, newborns need plenty of security and safety home measures, as almost anything can happen to them the second the mom looks away. Besides covering the outlets and protecting the sharp furniture corners, and besides childproofing everything, there are plenty of other tips, tricks and solutions parents can use to keep both the toddler and the mom safer and in a state of comfort. Read More
Despite recent unfortunate events, flying is still the safest means of transportation in the world. But whether you travel for business or for pleasure, there are some safety tips you should keep in mind – besides the ones instructed by the professionals on board. Before anything else, make sure you follow the airline’s guides and protocol, together with the airport regulations as well. But let’s see some personal safety tips to remember before you book your next flight! Read More
Spring is here and summer is just around the corner so it’s no surprise we get that “wanderlust” feeling and a need to discover new places and new cultures. There are plenty of amazing destinations to explore in the world, but are they all safe and clean countries worth to travel to this year? A recent report shows us the most beautiful, safe, hygienic even and comfortable countries to travel to this year alone or together with family or friends! Read More
We might not know this (or rather not think about it), but our everyday lives are in constant danger. Considering that household accidents are one of the top reasons for peoples’ health problems or even death or that a fall on the stairs in the supermarket can tremendously negatively impact your life, we have to be aware that we can never be too careful. Read More
Keeping your home and your family safe has always been important. In this fast pace world we live in is even more important to be able to feel safe, especially in your own home.
Today we will look at five easy and smart home safety tips to keep everyone safer and preserve a much needed peace of mind especially if you are away from home or you live alone.
A burglar wants to rob you fast and with as little risks as possible, this is why many burglaries are limited to the living room or the master bedroom’s closets or nightstands. Of course, it is always better to keep money, jewelry and other valuables in a safety deposit box in a bank, but if you keep some of them home, hide them in the children’s sock drawers or toys piles, especially if you leave the house for a few days in a row. Read More