Top Tips For Keeping Your Home In Top Shape Over The Winter

Top Tips For Keeping Your Home In Top Shape Over The Winter

The winter months can be hard on any home, especially a home that’s already in need of repair. Cold temperatures and harsh winter weather can take a toll on your home and its utilities; to get through to spring, you might need to make a few repairs and improvements. Here are a few home systems… Read more

Three Healthy Ways to Teach Kids Body Positivity

Three Healthy Ways to Teach Kids Body Positivity

American culture values thinness highly — simply glancing at any kind of advertisement makes it plain. Movies, shows, and magazines all display thin and fit individuals, reinforcing the message that to be skinny is to be beautiful, successful, and worthy of attention. This beauty standard may seem harmless, but it doesn’t come without a price.… Read more

Could Your Commute Be Killing The Environment?

Could Your Commute Be Killing The Environment?

Several recent studies show that one of the top contributing factors to climate change could be your commute to work. With the number of cars and other inefficient vehicles that are used as part of the average commute, travel to and from work makes up a large percentage of vehicle emissions. Those vehicle emissions have… Read more

‘Birdnesting’ Rises Among Divorced Couples With Kids

‘Birdnesting’ Rises Among Divorced Couples With Kids

Divorce doesn’t happen overnight. Couples may spend years evolving in separate directions, building resentment in bits so small that they don’t seem to matter until they materialize into a mountain of anger or unhappiness, or both. In the off chance that marriage counseling is unsuccessful (around 97% of couples say they received the help they… Read more

Global Water Crises Highlight The Need For Innovation

Global Water Crises Highlight The Need For Innovation

Almost a year and a half after lead was found in Newark’s drinking water, the city’s officials have yet to get the water crisis under control. According to claims made by the Natural Resources Defense Council, the city has downplayed the levels of lead in the neighborhood. New evidence has revealed that over one-fifth of… Read more