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Author: Joe Meyers

Reasons You Must Live in a Tiny House

The tiny house movement has evolved since the first time RVs became famous. Instead of turning a box with wheels into a house, tiny houses give you the feel of a normal home that could be moved or changed any time you want. Whether you’re a young adult, a small family, or a retired couple,

Fun Things to Do When You are Bored Working from Home

During this time in Corona, most of the people are working from home. The perks of this are having the freedom to do whatever you want, whenever and however you want. But the downside of this is unbusy-ness. When you are in a working area, you have limited freedom. Secondly, your mind is also at

Why is Sharing Important Within a Faith Community?

Faith communities are built on the principle of sharing. When people are in a community, they have a sense of purpose and belonging. They care about each other, communicate with each other and share in many different ways. Sharing – whether it is sharing food, clothing or knowledge, is a way to authentically connect to

Parents Role in Teaching the Young Adults to Use Guns for Safety

All parents want to see their children happy, safe and prepared for whatever life may throw at them. That’s why many parents realize the importance of teaching their children self-defense using a firearm when they become young adults. However, there’s a lot that a child needs to know about guns before they’re ready to start

The Biggest Barriers in Your Corporate Career Growth

You may be frustrated with your current job and not understand why others are often appointed to higher positions instead of you, despite your work ethic and dedication to the company. When you perform competently in your job, you usually expect to get promotions and pay raises. However, it does not happen automatically. You may

Why Digital Workers Need to Unwind Regularly to Maintain Work-Life Balance

Work-life balance is the ability of an employee to balance their work, personal, family life and remain productive. Some employees are experiencing work and personal life conflicts and that is why organizations are stepping in to help employees deal with this challenge. The personal responsibilities of digital employees are growing rapidly to include childcare, family

How Earning College Credits in High School is Advantageous

Getting college credit in high school may seem like a weird idea, especially if you are just a freshman or sophomore, but it is a great idea. While it may entail extra work, you get multiple benefits in return when you apply for college. From learning new things to gaining experience, and making college application

Unique Ways to Show Your Love and Care for Your Friends

Friends make life bearable and lend a shoulder to lean on no matter how crazy we act. Showing your best friends you care and being there for them when they need you most is the best gift you can give them. Making your friends feel special through small gestures will strengthen the bond, and keeping

How to Make Friends in College if You Are an Introvert

Somehow, the word introvert is often used as if it is something to be ashamed of and should be corrected. Truthfully, there is nothing wrong with being an introvert, and it definitely does not make you inferior to someone more extroverted. However, because introverts prefer minimally stimulating environments, meeting and making new friends can be

How to Make a Comeback After Your Retail Business Failure

Failure, like many things, is part of life. Not excluding the life of a business. It can feel like the end of the world when you experience failure in your business but it is part and parcel of building that entrepreneurial spirit for success. It takes perseverance to come back from a failed venture. Feelings