It’s January 1, 2010, so Happy New Year to all of you! As is our tradition in the USA, and maybe elsewhere, it’s time to assess what we might do this year better than we did last year. What we might try that we never have, what we might stop that we haven’t been able to stop before, and so on.
I know I have a few things I’ll be working on personally and professionally. One of them is to blog more frequently. Part of that effort will be to bring you useful information in my posts.
So as a way to start living up to that commitment, here is a tip on smoke detector from my good friend Jeff Forsha of A-ProAdvantage Home Inspection Services.
Thanks, Jeff, for this timely advice. Folks, if you change your smoke detector batteries in January and June every year, the new year holiday can serve as a reminder when they are due to be changed again. Start the year off safe!