This is a sponsored post, however, opinions and experiences are that of our own. Today I’m excited to share this True Leaf Market kitchen herb garden kit that’s helping our family grow some herbal tea herbs. The world is full of sickness, and while the cold & flu season seems to be nearing an end,…
Many of you have been sent home to work or laid off completely. I understand these are scary times and you may be faced with having to learn how to live a whole new lifestyle. That’s why I wanted to make sure that I shared some tips for working remotely from home. These tips will help you be successful in this new lifestyle.
You’ll be able to find a list of the top alternatives to Zoom below so that you can connect with loved ones, business partners, and anyone else you want during isolation.
Pause for a second. Don’t let their narrative fuel your thoughts, feelings and actions. Start working on personal growth so that you can be a free-thinking human. This is the best thing you can do right now to truly help society as a whole.
Two years ago our first child came home to homeschool online. We have a free online charter school in New Hampshire. People who reside outside of NH can attend this school with tuition, but NH residents can attend full time or part-time for free. This means our oldest attends online classes and graduates with a…
If you are heading to Europe for your vacation this year, Greece would be a good choice. With its rich history and culture coupled with its fantastic weather, this country has a lot to offer.
Nowadays, it’s rare that you see children out in the neighborhood playing basketball, hide-and-seek, and hop-scotch. What used to be a common sight in the past isn’t anymore, often because of hectic lifestyles and the absence of safe open play spaces.
However, despite sleeping in the same bed, binge-watching the same TV shows, eating the same pizza and listening to the same music, there’s a good chance that your dog has a lot going on behind the scenes that you’d find amazing, surprising, or just plain weird.
Here is what we’d be living on if we were to shut down and need to eat for a month or more in our house. That is if my 11-year-old son was in charge of our emergency food stockpile list.