Archives for February 2016

Are You Aware that March is Sleep Awareness Month!

March is Sleep Awareness Month

During sleep awareness month this March, it’s time to make sure your body is getting the rest it needs. March doesn’t just mark coming warmer months, it also presents the opportunity to think about your sleep habits. It’s Sleep Awareness Month! When we think about a healthy lifestyle, our minds usually go to things like drinking enough water, eating right, and being active. Sleep should definitely make the short list of favors we can do our body, though. Here are a few of the benefits of Read More

Properly Maintaining Your Antique Car

Maintaining your antique car Orland park IL

Follow these tips for properly maintaining your antique car. There’s no better feeling than the wind blowing through your hair while you’re driving your antique car down Main Street or an endless countryside road on a beautiful summer’s day. But, because antique cars are usually only taken out every once in a while, many of them require special maintenance specific to their year and model. These tips are sure to help you maintain your antique car in Orland Park, IL. Below are some Read More

How to Save Money on Your Heating Bill While Also Staying Warm

Saving money on your heating bill while staying warm

Staying warm is as important as keeping a full wallet. The cold winter weather is in full swing, and while you want to keep warm, turning the heat on high can have a costly effect on your heating bill when it comes in the mail. Each time you turn on that thermostat, you are adding more and more to the amount you will have to pay at the end of your billing cycle. Keep these money-saving tips in mind to help you and your loved ones warm, while, at the same time, keeping your wallet full. Give Read More

Self-Driving Cars & Morality: Can the Two Co-Exist?

Self-Driving Cars & Morality

When it comes to artificial intelligence, can they make the ethical choices all humans struggle with? Self-driving cars are already among us, and have proven they are safer than their human counterparts by having very few accidents (proportional to the amount of cars on the road, per accident). Even while safer, they aren’t immune to accidents. This brings up an ethical dilemma: what should a self-driving car do if it detects an unavoidable collision? Below we will address different Read More