The Red Oak Life Blog

Safety Tips for Bicyclists on the Road

Bike riding is a fantastic way to see the world  and it is also a great mode of transportation and a way to stay in shape. Riding a bike on a city street can be quite enjoyable but also challenging, making it very important to stay safe, obey all traffic laws and be courteous to other bikes and cars around you. Here are some great tips to follow before you air up those tires and squeeze into those bike shorts. 

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A Brief Tour of Manchester Daycares

Choosing the correct daycare program is the number one priority for many parents. A constant worry as children grow up is for parents to ensure that their child will be in a nuturing school or daycare environment. Once children are old enough to go to school, parents start the search for that preschool, kindergarten or daycare that best caters to their child’s needs. We scoured Manchester and found some daycares that are worth a look for your child.

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Use your Tax Refund to Make Your Apartment Look Better

It’s Tax return season and we all look forward to getting that refund check.  There are many ways that you can put this money to good use and to wisely use it to pay down debt and bolster your savings.  However, there are ways that you can spend a little of this money to improve your apartment’s appearance and not feel guilty about it.

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How to Exercise Your Pet if you Live in an Apartment!

How to Exercise Your Pet if you live in an Apartment

Keeping your pets healthy is a priority for all pet owners.  This means watching out for what they eat and keeping them exercised.

If you have noticed that your furry friend may be looking a little plump there are plenty of ways to shed their pounds even if you have limited space.

Don't let the rain or a cold day put a damper on your pet’s day of fun and exercise. No matter the size of your apartment home there are still many ways to exercise your dog or cat indoors.

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Drive Your Car with Gas Efficiency this Winter

Saving Money  operating a motor vehicle is sometimes a challenge.  In the midst of a long and seemingly endless New Hampshire winter it isn't uncommon to find the needle on your car's gas gauge fluttering pathetically over that ominous EMPTY indicator. New England winters are notorious for requiring drivers to crank up their heaters for bodily warmth and in order to defrost their impossibly frozen windshields. This reality for the embattled New Englander is trying and taxing enough, but a trip to the pump can prove downright depressing these days with gas prices constantly changing. 

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A Quick Guide to Manchester Schools

Moving to another city can be a whirlwind of worry and stress for adults. For children, a new home in a new city is like traveling to another world and they are left desperately searching for some sort of normalcy. School can be that outlet for children to learn not only inside the classroom, but also outside, establishing friendships through common interests, like athletics or the arts. Below are a list of schools in the city of Manchester that might be worth considering to move near, or to enroll your little ones.

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