Advice to Rebuilding a Relationship with Your Spouse After Recovery

The very fact that your spouse opted to receive treatment for their addiction is something to be proud of. Be that as it may, it is important for you to understand that after rehab and recovery, there is still a lot that needs to happen in order for your loved one to stay sober and life a more productive life. Seeing as how you and your spouse live under one roof, learning how to cope and rebuild your strained marriage {Read More}

Best Baby Gifts

If you are surrounded by friends who have just started having kids or are currently pregnant, the amount of stuff they need can be confusing and overwhelming. Do you need a wipes warmer? What’s a Diaper Genie? What can we buy them that won’t be clutter, but will also be something that the parents and their kids can enjoy? That’s where we come in – with this gift guide, you can be sure to find something for new parents, whether {Read More}

Children And Cellphones

Parents who are consistently concerned about the safety and whereabouts of their children are now more often than not opting to purchase cellphones for their kids. There are numerous inexpensive options out there, many of which can be purchased at a budget price thanks to a Kohls coupon or other special offers, so it’s not a problem. How does a parent know when their child is old enough to be trusted with a cellphone of their very own, though? Benefits {Read More}

Paving The Way For New Standards Of Excellence In Private Schooling

Private institutions of education have held a distinguished place in the fabric of American society since the earliest days of this country. However, since the recent days of controversy concerning the Common Core mandate, the perceived disparity between the standards and values offered by private and public schools has once more come between the cross hairs of public opinion. The Search For A Way Forward Beyond Partisan Political Divides This division is the focus of much partisan bickering between the {Read More}

You Bet I Wear my prAna Pants 7 Days a Week #7DayStretch

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Okay — I will be the first to admit it. I love jeans. Pants of any kind really. I have never been much of a skirt or dress kind of girl (well, unless you could my preschool years, but that was a long, long time ago…). And not just any pants will do — they have to be super comfortable and look like a tried, at least a little. I can admit it, I used to live in yoga pants. {Read More}

Is it time to take off the glasses?

If you wear glasses, you may find them very useful, but chances are that in some situations, you also find them very annoying. They can be uncomfortable to wear, especially when it’s hot. They can fall off your face when you move your head around, a nuisance if you’re the sporty type. They get steamed up in cold weather and accumulate dirt all the time; they’re also vulnerable to breaking, they get tangled in long hair and they’re awkward to {Read More}

Why skiing is becoming a popular holiday globally

Dashing down a slope, the cool wind in your hair, beautiful scenery around you as you glide purposefully over soft, white powder…why would anyone not want to take a skiing holiday? Well, more and more people are starting to agree: the most recent Crystal Ski Industry Report – which measures the skiing market ‒ showed that the popularity in ski holidays for 2014 had grown for the first time in five years. That’s something that Vancouver-based winter sports photographer and {Read More}

How technology can help us get the best deals online

Shopping online is popular for many reasons. You have a much greater chance of finding a good deal when you can compare the services and prices of different businesses. Here are some of the many ways that technology can help you find the best deal: Comprehensive searches Any search engine such as Google, Bing, Yahoo, etc has a shopping search that can yield many results. You can easily sort by price or shipping time. One problem with these searches is {Read More}

10 Ways to Save Money Around the House

Everybody wants to save more money. Most of the time, though, we look for ways to save money when we go out. We look for discounts on movie tickets, we buy second hand clothing to wear to work and out for evenings on the town. But what if we told you that there were lots of things that you could do to save money right in your own home? It’s true! Here are the ten best ways to save money {Read More}

Are you one of 7% who cannot access a short term loan?

Are you one of the 7% who may no longer be able to access a short term loan? If you are, what is your best way forward? Just because you can no longer get a loan doesn’t mean that the need goes away – far from it. What it does mean however is that you may need to try and make some adjustment to your financial status in an effort to improve your rating; even if only by a small {Read More}