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THE ROCK FATHER: The Pop Culture & Lifestyle Magazine for Families that Rock.

It's the premiere destination for the best in entertainment for the ENTIRE family, kids and grownups alike. Featuring the latest news and reviews on Music, Movies, TV, Comics, Books, Toys & Games, and lifestyle coverage including Home & Garden, Automotive, Cool Products and more, THE ROCK FATHER has it all...

Buying a car can be a very exciting time for you, especially when you're starting a new family. Even though the thought of a new car is exciting, there are still things you want to consider when making such an investment. If you've never bought a car before or just want to make sure you make the right choice for your new family, consider these simple but helpful tips.

Last year, we took a look at a booming trend in multigenerational living: the in-law suite. Now, with more families staying home than ever and many sharing concerns about the health of older Americans, it's no wonder that families are getting creative when it comes to expanding the possibilities for the extended family. Hence, we're serving up some thoughts on building an in-law suite, 2020 style!

Although 90% of seniors say they'd want to remain in their own homes as they age, living alone isn't always a possibility (nor is it always recommended). However, that doesn't necessarily mean that it's time to consider assisted living facilities or nursing homes nearby. In some cases, building an in-law suite -- also known as a granny suite -- may allow your older loved one to retain their independence and privacy while remaining safe and well cared for.

In our digitally-driven world, we rely on the internet for just about everything. But while technology provides us with a lot of conveniences, it also makes it easier for our personal information to fall into the wrong hands. And during a pandemic, those events can become even more damaging—and are also proving to be even more commonplace.

Whether you're continuing to work from home for the foreseeable future or you want to bolster protection for your small business, cybersecurity is a measure that's worth investing in. Let's take a look at why it's so important to focus on these considerations now more than ever and what you can do to lower your risk of becoming a victim.

As the summertime looms, the urge to get out and explore the world is growing. Many of us abhor staying in one place; we'd rather look toward the next great adventure away from our houses. When going on vacation, there are several different modes of transportation to consider. Flying on a plane still remains the most popular but many enjoy going by boat or even train.

However, many travelers enjoy loading up their vehicles and heading out on the open road. In fact, between 22% and 39% of all vacations take the form of a road trip.

With winter finally gone, it’s time to usher in spring — the time of year when flowers begin to blossom and trees regain some semblance of life. If you’ve been thinking about selling your home, perhaps now is the best time to get down to business. Spring tends to bring out the most home buyers as buyers time their move with the school year.

Home improvement is big business, with the industry roughly worth $394 billion. Curb appeal improvements are just as important to consider as interior repairs — and in some cases, they're even more so. Think of your curb appeal as your home’s first impression to potential buyers. Making curb appeal improvements is a great way to ensure your home receives the best offer and often proves a high return on investment.

Even though most auto shops are still open in the midst of the coronavirus lockdown, more and more car enthusiasts are finding ways to fill their extra free time. In fact, British automotive publisher Haynes has seen a stark increase in the number of car manual sales since the kingdom adopted social distancing measures to stop the spread of coronavirus. Sales have surged by over 54% as more people begin to work on their own vehicles. While similar reports have yet to be seen in the United States, there's no doubt that DIY car enthusiasts are going to work on their pet projects under COVID-19 procedures.

Are you trying to learn how to fix your own car? Rely on these tips to stay safe and feel more productive.

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