by Melissa Jabour The COVID-19 pandemic has led to very difficult times for many local and small businesses. Some businesses have been temporarily shuttered, and others have had to change their operations completely. These businesses
by Mike Daily Atip to those with wanderlust who are looking to brighten their day in these times of travel restrictions and social distancing—if you are fortunate enough to stay healthy and maintain even a
by Ayanna D. Neal With COVID-19 uprooting our normal lives—interrupting businesses, canceling in person collegiate and school classes, closing bars, restaurants and shops, people staying at home and not interacting with family members and friends
by Kurt Aktug Most of today’s trial attorneys have engaged in at least some level of self-education in the realm of psychology and what makes the human mind tick. In an effort to hone our
By Rakin Hamad During these uncertain times due to COVID-19, the old adage “a penny saved is a penny earned” has become extremely pertinent to households across the world. However, the adage is easier said
by Ben Whitley Social media has revolutionized modern-day communication, but overusing it has drastic consequences. While it has connected us with people who previously seemed worlds away, studies have shown a link between social media
by Rachel Gore Living on your own? You aren’t the only one. A growing percentage of people are living solo, with the U.S. Census Bureau reporting in 2019 that over one in four (28%) American
by J.R. Whaley JJohn Wesley said that, "People don't need to be taught as much as they need to be reminded.” We all “know” what we “need” to do to live a healthier and more
A number of smart gardening technologies have been developed so that even those of us without a natural green thumb can have plants that flourish.
With outside obligations like work, childcare, keeping up with bills and a never-ending “to-do” list, it is easy for couples to find themselves not connecting the way they did before.