Articles by: Daniel Faris

Travel

What Car Would Each Star Wars Character Drive?

What Car Would Each Star Wars Character Drive?

December sees the release of the next chapter in Star Wars history: The Force Awakens. Given the level of worldwide excitement, it’s not surprising that we’ve seen a deluge of content from a Galaxy Far, Far Away. But of everything I’ve seen so far, this may well be my favorite. If our […]

by × October 7, 2015 × Comments are Disabled

Family & Personal, Home Improvement, Technology

How To Choose The Best Cordless Tools For DIY Projects

How To Choose The Best Cordless Tools For DIY Projects

Ever been in the middle of a job when all of a sudden you extend your arm to use a drill, sander, or saw only to yank the cord out of the socket? Talk about frustrating; you’re left with nothing put a powerless piece of machinery in your hand. In […]

by × February 6, 2015 × Comments are Disabled

Automotive, Family & Personal, Finance

Heading To The Dealership? Here’s How To Beat Them At Their Own Game

Heading To The Dealership? Here’s How To Beat Them At Their Own Game

I never was a big fan of my ’98 Rav 4. The power locks didn’t work. It had the gas mileage of a bigger SUV and about a quarter of the power. I had to replace the water pump. It kind of smelled like dog and the CD player ate […]

by × December 16, 2014 × Comments are Disabled

Family & Personal, Health

The 10 Most Common Flu Myths Debunked

The 10 Most Common Flu Myths Debunked

As flu season approaches, you’re likely faced with some conflicting information when it comes to getting the flu shot. Most people understand the value in everyday practices that help with flu prevention, like frequently your washing hands and covering your mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing. But what about […]

by × October 27, 2014 × Comments are Disabled

Automotive, Technology

Winterized Life: 3 Ways To Beat The Snow With Tech

Winterized Life: 3 Ways To Beat The Snow With Tech

We’re already marching quickly through the autumn months, and we’re now at peak leaf-removal season. With that in mind, I find the best way to get ready for any season’s tasks is to gear up during the one before it. Those changes happen faster for some than others, and if […]

by × October 21, 2014 × Comments are Disabled