Courier Companies and Their Drivers

Tis’ the season for package/parcel deliveries coming to a neighborhood near you.  Shipping companies like UPS and Fed Ex are busy with door to door deliveries from morning until night, and drivers are putting in their overtime; but no one had any id … [Read more...]

Clothing Habits and the Environmental Epidemic

Fashion has been sporting new looks for centuries and people can’t seem to buy enough clothing every year. In fact, there’s fashion for every sport, event and not to mention… even the rugged, dressed down trendy fashions, like expensive holey cloth … [Read more...]

Thanksgiving; a Time for Grace

Expressions of Gratitude for all that we have… Thanksgiving gives all of us an opportunity to count our blessings, and to give to those less fortunate; that’s what the spirit of Thanksgiving is all about. Keeping true to its meaning, take time to ref … [Read more...]

Beware of Black Friday Deals

Holidays are just around the corner, so shopping for those steals and deals are on most minds of shoppers, but now’s the time to set your budget and know the difference between which deals are the best. First off, Black Friday sales are no longer j … [Read more...]

Volunteer Opportunities for Everyone

In the world of volunteer jobs, the opportunities are endless. Many years ago, one would think about going to a local church, a community facility or Salvation Army in order to find a volunteer job, however that is no longer the ‘norm.’ Volunteer opp … [Read more...]

Flirting with Sexual Harassment Suits

High power jobs have come a long way, especially where women are concerned…but what drives females to enter male dominated businesses… is it the pay scale, or the fact that women believe they can get the job done better? I have my own personal tho … [Read more...]

How Overuse of Social Media Affects Children

People everywhere are familiar with social media sites such as Face Book, Instagram, Linked In, and Twitter; in fact… our children have become quite reliant on some of these sites when it comes to making new friends and more. Today, communication via … [Read more...]

Giving Gratitude to Our First Responders

The U.S. has been flirting with natural disasters since January 2017, which could exceed 1 billion dollars or more by the end of October this year. By Monday in California, the Sonoma wildfires claimed 40 lives with hundreds still missing and the … [Read more...]

On The Brighter Side of Life

What I’ve learned over the past few years, weeks and even days, is that we all hold the key to our lives close within our heart and no two lives are the same. Ones perception of life can be vastly different for each and every person. In other words, w … [Read more...]

America in Trouble

It wasn’t long ago that I wrote an article about being vigilant in your surroundings today and the importance of taking the proper time to ensure you have a plan, in the event of a terror or civilian attack; especially among crowds during special e … [Read more...]