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Welcome to Living Safer magazine, the consumer’s guide to all things safety.

Living Safer magazine is your guide to all things safety. From nutrition, health and wellness to home, family and day-to-day living, our magazine is dedicated to providing a wealth of useful tips, information and in-depth features to ensure you live your best life.

Me Too. Time’s Up. What’s Next?

Could new social movements bring about significant change to our views on gender equality?

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Latest Features

Expert advice and in-depth features for a healthy life

Moving? Know What to Ask

Whether a long-distance move or a quick trip across town, finding a mover who you trust and feel can accommodate your needs is vital. You’re trusting some of your most prized possessions and items with a vendors, so it only makes sense that you feel the right level of comfort.

Afraid You Can’t Afford that Divorce?

You may think that you cannot afford to get out of an unhappy marriage. Your spouse may make substantially more than you or controls the accounts, and you don’t have access. This article will show you where the law helps a lower-income spouse in the divorce process.

Why Sitting Down for a Family Meal Is Important

In today’s “my kids are busier than your kids” world, skipping out on family dinner is easy. In fact, sometimes it’s just unavoidable:Baseball practice at 5:30. Dance at 6:00. Piano lessons at 7:00. Ring a bell? In many ways, we’ve become an eating-on-the-run society.

How to Teach Your Child to Love to Read

The benefits from the early development of language skills are endless – enhanced vocabulary, improved grammar and elevated writing style. The spoken and written word are the building blocks of life. That is why raising a child who loves to read is one of the biggest gifts you can give.

The Secret Language of Emojis

Emojis have become part of our everyday language. We all do it: a quick face blowing a kiss to your spouse, a laughing face to a friend after a funny story or a thumbs up instead of texting sounds good. Emojis have grown from a convenient way of indicating a joke into nearly a complete form of communication.

Bottoms Up

The real story on reduced-calorie wines

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