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Loving a Car That Isn't Loving You Back

Loving a Car That Isn't Loving You Back

By Adobe Photo Stock How to Love Your Car (Even When it Doesn't Love You Back)  Do you sometimes feel like you are in a one-sided relationship with your vehicle? If your car is older and needs some TLC, or if it's a newer model with constant problems popping up, you may feel like the relationship between you and your vehicle isn't the best.   But just like any relationship, it takes work, don't give up on your car just yet! There are many things you can do to increase an older car's value and make even newer cars perform better. Let's explore some of these options so you can return to enjoying the open road.  Maintaining Your Car's Value  One of the best ways to ensure that your car keeps running strong is by regularly maintaining it. This means taking it in for oil changes, tune-ups, new filters, tire rotations, and any other services your manufacturer recommends at regular intervals.   Keeping up with these preventative mea ... read more

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Starting a New Year The Right Way

Starting a New Year The Right Way

Image by Pexels from Pixabay  Here Comes 2023! It looks like we’ve managed to make it through another year! We hope 2022 was kind to you and your family and that you are going into the New Year strong and ready for whatever comes next.    Given how hard 2022 was for many of us, we hope you are planning how to navigate this new year. And if you haven’t thought ahead to the new year yet, we’d like to make a few suggestions starting 2023 strong.   As you begin to sort out your priorities for 2023 and decide what direction your year will take, we hope you will make some tactical choices about your vehicles. Your vehicles can become so dear to you that they have ... read more

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Holiday Blahs You Can Avoid

Holiday Blahs You Can Avoid

Image by PublicDomainPictures from Pixabay  The Holidays Can Be Hard With December arriving, the autumn weather we’ve been enjoying is now turning into a cold winter. December is a time of collapse, of death, but it’s also a promise of renewal if we trust the seasons. But as the Northern Hemisphere turns icy, some see the glass half-full of winter-y white, while glass-half-empty people will see the world as gray and colorless.   Just as people view the weather differently, the joyful holiday season has long been a source of pain to many people. The grieving ones reject the joy of it, feeling that someone is missing from their celebrations. The lonely feel left out or per ... read more

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Getting the Most Out of a Perfect Autumn

Getting the Most Out of a Perfect Autumn

Photo by Benjaminrobyn Jespersen on Unsplash Autumn has come to Bremerton! With November arriving, you and your family might find yourself already pretty occupied with things to do. There’s Thanksgiving near the end of the month, and then the December holidays loom. Travel plans and logistics must be worked out so that everyone feels warm and welcome at our holiday celebrations. So you may be already up to your eyeballs in Pumpkin Spice and cornucopias and other staples of the season.   But if you aren’t, or you find yourself with an open weekend before the holidays hit, you might prefer a little getaway into the woods, to see the beauty nature has to offer. Here are some places you and your family might visit ... read more

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The Zenn Diagram of Car Movies, Horror Movies, and You!

The Zenn Diagram of Car Movies, Horror Movies, and You!

Image by Hello, Its Me..... from Pixabay   The great thing about Halloween is that it gives you permission to scare yourself. That’s the reason for the season: it’s looking at the dying of the harvest and the coming of winter and facing death in a small way, so that we can keep up our spirits for the ride in front of us.    After the horror of 9/11, comedy was hitting flat and people were looking for something to bring themselves out of the numb feeling of horror, after realizing, yes, it could happen here. Audiences flocked to see Jeepers Creepers, a film about two siblings encountering a cryptid on the open road in his 1940’s Chevy COE truck. The Halloween s ... read more

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