Why Emergency Preparedness Is More Important Than You Think

Why Emergency Preparedness Is More Important Than You Think

If Hurricane Irma taught us anything, it’s to always be fully prepared when disaster strikes. Continue reading “Why Emergency Preparedness Is More Important Than You Think”

Why Do We Take Selfies? Are They Good, Or Bad?

Why Do We Take Selfies?

With the rise of technology and the ease to use the internet, social media has expanded dramatically over the last three decades. With that rise, there has been a greater interest in building followings, becoming influencers online, or just simply sharing yourself and your family with loved ones. Selfies are a pretty big byproduct of these changes. Continue reading “Why Do We Take Selfies? Are They Good, Or Bad?”

Reasons Why You Need a Personal Injury Lawyer After An Accident

Reasons Why You Need A Personal Injury Lawyer After An Accident

It’s something we never worry about, until we have a reason to. Be it a workplace accident, car accident, or even another form of harmful injury to your body or mind. It’s best to know how to protect yourself, and get someone on your side to do the fighting for you. That’s where the Personal Injury Lawyer comes in… Continue reading “Reasons Why You Need a Personal Injury Lawyer After An Accident”

How To Make A New Year’s Resolution Worth Keeping

Considering making, and actually keeping a New Year’s Resolution (or two)?

Here’s a few tips on what makes a solid resolution, and how to avoid the inner-turmoil of making fleeting plans, and wasting energy on resolutions that won’t pan out.

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Practice What You Preach: Mommy Shaming & Acceptance

Practice What You Preach: Mommy Shaming & Acceptance

There’s many instances of Parents shouting from the rooftops, “Stop judging my parenting choices!” But are they still guilty of not actively participating in acceptance as well? Mommy Shaming is getting out of control… Continue reading “Practice What You Preach: Mommy Shaming & Acceptance”