by Diana Eastty We spend the first half of our lives collecting “things,” and it often takes the second half of our lives to get rid of it all. The challenge for most people is
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by Tim O’Keefe Divorce sucks, and figuring out child custody is often the most difficult part of a divorce. Typically, both parents will share joint legal custody of their child after a divorce, which means
by Crystal Consylman Confidence always seems to be one of the biggest issues a girl faces. Here are some ways you can help your daughter, or any girl in your life, build her confidence: Be
by Rachel Gore Taking every aspect of your well-being seriously is crucial if you want to live a long, healthy life. While men and women’s health needs overlap greatly, men are more susceptible to certain
by Tobi Millrood High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) is a mainstay of workout programs for both the home and the gym. Whether it’s the ubiquitous Orange Theory Fitness classes, the new F45 studios, CrossFit or Tabata
by Josh Hayes Mental illness is a multi-faceted issue that has shifted and changed over the course of U.S. history. As a whole, mental health carries a history of stigma, incorrect assumptions and stereotyping. In
by Ana Allmon Time changes everyone in one way or another, and with each passing decade, life experience builds up and both refines and redefines perspectives and relationships. Arguably, people seem to experience the most
by Kara Hill Saving for retirement can seem like a daunting or even impossible task. From determining the percentage of gross income to save to selecting the best savings account, many Americans fall short. According
by Rachel Gore According to Yale University's September 2019 climate opinion map, which analyzes beliefs on climate change, two-thirds of Americans now believe that global warming is happening. Approximately 60% are worried about global warming,
by Meredith Maitrejean In this day and age, mobile apps have become a major part of life. Apps are used to communicate, get directions, check bank accounts and pay bills: the list goes on and