What To Do When You See A “Check Engine” Light

yellow engine check engine icon on car dashboard, black background
Your vehicle has an onboard diagnostic system that constantly monitors performance. If it discovers a problem that the computer system can’t fix, it displays your check engine light. Then the system stores a code that indicates the cause of the problem. The code could be for something minor or major,... [read more]

Ways To Show Your Gratitude This Season

Woman holding cardboard donation box full with folded clothes.
The holiday season is about more than eating delicious meals and giving gifts. It’s also the season of expressing gratitude for all the things you have in your life. While you can do this in various ways, nothing beats giving back to the community. Through volunteer work and donations, you... [read more]

How To Keep Those Fall Leaves Off Your Lawn

Couple Raking Autumn Leaves And Putting Into Wheelbarrow In Garden
Do you dread raking leaves each year? It’s a labor-intensive and time-consuming chore, and it can feel never-ending. It seems like as soon as you clear your lawn of leaves, more fall, and you’re back at it again. And to make matters worse, you can end up nursing sore muscles... [read more]

Make Your Holiday Cooking Easier With These Tips

Cranberry sauce cooking for Christmas or Thanksgiving
Is your Thanksgiving meal prep a little chaotic? Maybe you rush to prepare side dishes hours before your guests arrive, or you struggle to cook a turkey that hasn’t quite thawed. While some stress is normal when feeding a large group of people, it doesn’t have to be chaotic. Instead,... [read more]

See What The Redesigned Honda Civic Can Do

Shopping for a new vehicle can be stressful and exciting at the same time. Of course, you will pay close attention to the cost of the car and how it fits into your budget. But you also need to make sure you find something that meets your needs and has... [read more]

How To Perfect Your Pumpkin Carving

Family Carving Pumpkins
On and around Halloween, do you ever look at the neighbors’ jack-o’-lanterns and wish you could creatively carve pumpkins? You don’t have to feel embarrassed about your lack of talent or experience. It doesn’t take a professional to turn a pumpkin into a festive work of art for the holiday.... [read more]

Pull Up To The Clifton Food Truck Festival

people working in a food truck
Summer may be winding down in Clifton, NJ; however, that doesn’t mean you can continue to have fun outdoors this fall. There are plenty of weeks ahead with nice weather, so check out the Clifton Food Truck Festival. Bring your family and friends and sample a wide range of eating... [read more]

Take A Road Trip To See Fall Colors Around New Jersey

Car on asphalt road on autumn day at park
Summer may be the most popular season of the year. However, there’s something special about the gorgeous sights of fall. As the leaves start to change colors, you have some ideal picture-taking opportunities. The colorful views are also peaceful and relaxing. If you’ve got some time on a weekend or... [read more]

The Honda Ridgeline Is Ready For Adventure

Honda Ridgeline
The Honda Ridgeline just might be the most flexible vehicle you can buy. While some rides specialize in one thing, the Ridgeline scores top marks in numerous categories. You can use the unibody truck to transport your family, haul loads, and go off-roading. And no matter what you’re doing with... [read more]

Ease Into Fall With These Low-And-Slow Recipes

Tortellini Soup
Have you noticed that some foods seem to be designed for certain seasons? For instance, fresh fruit is fantastic in the summer, and chestnuts and winter go together. But, when it comes to fall, you can’t beat slow-cooked recipes. The warm and inviting fragrances make your house feel comfy and... [read more]