Here's How To Keep The Kids Safe Once Your New Swimming Pool Is Built

Now that you have decided to build a new swimming pool in the yard, it's time to start thinking about how you will keep the kids safe as time goes on. Here's what you can do to optimize safety in and near your new swimming pool: Hire a Consultant It's a good idea to hire a consultant to come to your house and inspect your yard after your swimming pool has been installed.

3 Reasons Why You Should Let Your Teen Start Taking Ballet Lessons

If you have a teenager at home, you are likely well aware of the excess energy that teens today always seem to have. If you are looking for a constructive outlet where your child can burn through some of that energy, you might be thinking of signing them up for a sport or extracurricular. While your teen may have ideas of his or her own, if he or she comes to you for guidance, one particular activity you might want to suggest if you think your teen is up to it is ballet.

3 Reasons To Head To Africa For Your Next Hunting Trip

If you are a hunter, you probably can't wait for the start of your favorite hunting season every year. But if you are tired of hunting deer or ducks in your neck of the woods, maybe it's time to expand your hunting horizons. International hunting trips are growing in popularity today and perhaps no part of the world has a better reputation for amazing hunts than Africa. Here are three reasons why you should plan African hunting trips.

5 Tips For Preparing For Your First Triathlon

Successfully completing a triathlon requires persistence, hard work, and a lot of training. If you are a beginner triathlete, you will need to take some extra time to plan your strategy in order to ensure that you're ready for your first race. Read more to prepare for your first triathlon: Start Training Well in Advance of a Triathlon Even if you're moderately fit, you will need to begin training for a triathlon well in advance of the race.

Three Tips For Keeping Horses From Chewing Holes In Their Stalls

When a horse gets bored, frustrated, or has dietary needs that aren't being met is locked in a stall, it's not unusual for the animal to start chewing on the door, windows, and walls. As you can imagine, this can result in a lot of damage to your barn as well as harming your horse's health. If you notice your horse has been gnawing on its stall, here are three tips for managing this problem.