• Stop Giving a Damn About Things You Have No Control Over and Focus On Yourself
    A quote by Jackson Kiddard reads, “Anything you can’t control is teaching you how to let go.” (1) Of course, this is much easier said than done. When something in our life is affecting our mood, relationships and overall quality of life, it is hard to just “let go”. However, we need to make a […]
  • North Carolina Will Require High School Students to Take Personal Finance Course to Graduate
    Although not everyone is on board with this decision, a good amount of academic professionals believe a mandatory personal finance class is essential for seniors getting ready to go out into the real world. Deputy superintendent of innovation, David Stegall, reportedly said that change will put North Carolina’s curriculum in line with other states in […]
  • Immune Cell That Kills Most Cancers Discovered By Accident By British Scientists In Major Breakthrough
    Cancer-Killing Immune Cell To fight a disease as devastating as cancer, we need creative and revolutionary solutions. Sometimes those solutions reveal themselves by accident, as in the case of British scientists discovering a new immune cell. (1) Cardiff University researchers found a new type of T-cell while investigating blood from a blood bank in Wales. […]
  • Pan-Seared Scallops With Lemon Caper Sauce
    Most people think of scallops as a fine-dining dish only to be enjoyed by the wealthy. The truth is this little bivalve packs tons of flavor and can be cooked by anyone with the right preparation. The key to mastering the art of cooking scallops is largely in the sear. Getting it just right will […]
  • Crustless Spinach Quiche
    A Brief History of Quiche This crustless spinach quiche is a new take on the classic French dish. Surprisingly, quiche actually originated in Germany. It was created in the Kingdom of Lothringen, which spanned several modern European countries. Eventually, this area became a part of France and was renamed “Lorraine”. The word “quiche” actually comes […]
  • Scientists Bottle Solar Energy To Create Liquid Fuel Renewable Up To 18 Years
    The earth’s energy crisis has long been a topic among scientists, climatologists, and researchers worldwide. While advancements in solar technology have offered a hopeful alternative to fossil fuels, the problem of long-term storage remains. This problem may soon find a solution thanks to the recent development of a unique fluid: solar thermal fuel. Ground-Breaking Research […]
  • That Great Pacific Garbage Patch Cleaning Device Is Finally Working Properly
    In 2013, 18-year-old Dutch inventor Boyan Slat founded non-profit, The Ocean Cleanup in the Netherlands. His organization targets plastic collected in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, an area twice as big as Texas. Unfortunately, the system the young inventor developed failed to do the job. That is – until now. (1, 2) Artificial Coastline In […]
  • Toxic Ties- When to stay and When to Say Goodbye
    Every day is a new adventure of unexpected behavior with the narcissist in your life. You may be showered with kind words and affection one moment only to be shamed and belittled the next. It is a whip lashing cycle of mind manipulation. What Is Narcissistic Abuse? A narcissistic abuser can smell you from light-years […]
  • An Orphaned Boy Moved Into His Grandparents’ Home. The Homeowners Association Wants to Kick Him Out!
    In 2019, both 15-year-old Collin Clabaugh’s parents passed away. He moved in with his grandparents in their senior living community, but the Homeowners Association wants him out. HOA To Kick Out Orphaned Boy Collin’s mother died in a California hospital after struggling with an illness. Two weeks after her death, Collin’s father died by suicide. Not […]
  • Pedophiles Want Photos Shared On Social Media. Here’s What To Know.
    Back in the olden days of the early 90s, the internet was taking off and email was becoming popular. It was an exciting time in history! Never before had we been able to communicate in an instant, without ever speaking a word. A perfect hybrid of regular mail and a phone call, email was certainly […]