When an emergency hits, and you need to live off the grid for a few days, you’re going to want an emergency kit. As part of National Preparedness Month, now is a perfect time to build that emergency kit.
Are there good and bad types of loans? What’s the easiest way to get out of debt? Find the answers to these and other questions by reading this week’s article Debt: What You Need to Know.
Ah, there’s nothing like sitting around the bonfire relaxing with friends and family. Stay safe by following these 10 campfire safety tips. Then check out this fun interactive video on fire safety.
Heading out to a powwow soon? Before you do, get inspired by these 8 Earth-Friendly Ways to Travel to Powwows.
We all know that pyro in our lives who LOVES the Fourth of July. Help keep them safe this year by passing along these
Have you ever thought about how workplace stress can cause workplace accidents? Check out this week’s article about how stress, anxiety, and fatigue from your job can be a safety hazard.
As we prepare to honor dads this week on Father’s Day, we may find ourselves trying to decide which gift to give him—another tie, a cordless drill, fishing gear, cologne or mustache wax. This might be a good time to reflect upon what Father’s Day really means in America today …
1 out of every 15 kids has an undetected vision problem. That means there’s probably a child in every classroom in your community with a vision problem no one knows about.
June 1 is Say Something Nice Day. It’s a time to put away negative and toxic words aimed at others, and a day to pledge that you speak only kind words.
May is National Dental Care Awareness Month, and if examining your pearly whites causes some concern, we have a few tips and tricks to turn that frown upside down.
May 15th is International Day of Families. Although the observation was yesterday, it celebrates the importance of family every day and encourages individuals to reflect on their relationships with loved ones. But, sometimes these relationships can become strained and require work.
There’s one common denominator that connects communities of all cultures. It’s not a tangible object or something you can buy from the store – but rather, a person. A mother.
May 1-7, 2022 is Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week, which makes it a good time to up your own awareness of the mental health needs of children. Do so by reviewing the recent content placed in the Featured Resources section of the app! Be sure to pass the information onto friends and family who could benefit.
April is National Garden Month, and what better time to get outside for some much needed vitamin D after a long winter. Even if you live in an area that is not quite ready for spring planting, it’s never too soon to get your tools ready and your seeds bought.
April is National Child Abuse Awareness Month. It’s no surprise the observation continuously pops up year after year, as its origination in 1983 unmasked the startling statistic of youth being mistreated. Each year has a designated theme, and 2022’s campaign is “Everyday, we help positive childhood experiences take root.”
For those of you that don’t know, April just happens to be Financial Literacy Month. So, what exactly does that mean? That means that this is a great opportunity for us to check and promote our financial situation and skills.
Brunch: That sweet spot in between breakfast and lunch. A favorite for most Americans, and wildly common in most households during the weekends. What’s more? This month celebrates it!