All for the Love of a Child: All About Paternity Testing Today

All for the Love of a Child: All About Paternity Testing Today

In most healthy relationships, paternity never becomes an issue. It is estimated however, that between 5 percent and 20 percent of children have had the wrong man identified as their father. In some cases, if the mother has had several partners, she may be genuinely unaware of who the father is, in other cases she may know but has withheld his identity. Read more

Sustainability Jobs For the Empowered American

Sustainability Jobs For the Empowered American

Sustainability isn’t only about getting out into your community (or your own home) and making a difference. Yes, impacting the way your neighborhood views and uses its resources in a sustainable manner is immeasurably important. Read more

Stay Safe – Plan Before You Dig

Stay Safe – Plan Before You Dig

Even if it doesn’t look like it from the surface, the underground world of your yard is likely a lot more complicated than you realize. Next time you are considering a backyard construction project, this should be one of your very first steps: checking on underground utilities. Read more

How Online Jigsaw Puzzles Can Benefit Busy Parents

How Online Jigsaw Puzzles Can Benefit Busy Parents

Nowadays, parents find it increasingly tough to keep their kids engaged, more so when they have to attend to household chores and other tasks. The worrisome thing is kids have become smarter owing to exposure to technology at a very early age and this is something you cannot really evade. They become well acquainted with… Read more

Escaping the British weather: What should you pack?

Escaping the British weather: What should you pack?

Let’s face it, the British weather is not the greatest, especially in the damp, cold months of autumn and winter. Even in summer, you are lucky to get through a week or so without using an umbrella. No wonder so many people head off to the sun. If you are lucky enough to be heading… Read more

Teach Your Kids to Fish in 7 Simple Steps

Teach Your Kids to Fish in 7 Simple Steps

Children learn differently than adults. They are curious, like to explore and often have a complete disregard for the safety measures. Teaching your kid to fish isn’t that much different from teaching him or her how to ride a bike. Give them too much freedom, and they could hurt themselves. Give them little or no… Read more

Eco-Friendly Yard Makeovers for Spring

Eco-Friendly Yard Makeovers for Spring

When thinking of spring, we think of all things green. We want our yards to be lush and green, but keeping it green while “going green” can be challenging. There are eco-friendly ways to spruce up our yards for spring and then manage it in an eco-friendly way to maintain that beautiful yard we crave. Read more

Biomimicry: How It Can Save the World

Biomimicry: How It Can Save the World

Biomimicry is the process of replicating or reproducing organic cells or structures. This process is actually more common than you might think. Biomimicry simply means copying something from nature. Sometimes we are able to take a look at something that occurs in nature and “reuse” or “repurpose” certain characteristics of these animals or plants in… Read more