The holidays are upon us again, and that means buying stuff for the people you love. To help you navigate the sometimes treacherous waters of picking out presents, here’s a list of gadgets that your lady might like. Some of these gifts might not be ready to stick under a tree just yet, but they represent […]
When you're musical royalty like Beyonce, then you can't help but want the finest things in life. Now that also means that whatever Bey likes; so do her legions of fans. Continue reading…
By Hannah Laufer-Rottman (Palms for Life Executive Director) | Contributing Author: Stephanie Login-McGinn (Palms for Life Program Advisor) As Palms for Life Fund implements its second development project in Swaziland, we are constantly...Show More Summary
We meaaan… Chris Brown continues to melt our hearts with adorable snaps of his daughter Royalty! But that's not the only Royalty the singer has in his life. The 26-year-old also named his upcoming album out December 18 after his precious one-year-old! Related: Would You Pay $15,000 For Chris' Artwork? To promote the jams — which can be [...]
Just because The Secret Life of Pets isn’t coming out until summer 2016 doesn’t mean it can’t send us a Christmas card – one that shows the true side of each character. Check it out after the break. The Secret Life of Pets will be in theaters July 8, 2016. The Secret Life of Pets … Continue reading Happy Holidays From The Secret Life of Pets! ?
Like refugees everywhere, my mom gave her children the gift of a better life — and an understanding of what it means to risk everything for it. Sonia Orellana stepped into the musty van, unsure of what awaited her. The then-17-year-old,...Show More Summary
Andrew Smith is battling cancer. Chemo treatments, needles, sleepless nights – they’ve become a part of his everyday life. Recently, Andrew underwent a bone marrow transplant. His fight for life continues. Andrew’s dad is the leader of one of CitizenLink’s state family policy councils. The alliance works to protect life from conception to natural death. […]
During the past thirty or so years, the definition of what it means to be an adult has undergone a radical transformation. Where there were once clear markers of adulthood (get a well-paying job, get married, have kids) there are now fuzzy boundaries. It’s not uncommon to find 30-somethings muse, “Am I an adult yet?” […]
"I have been a sentient being, a thinking animal, on this beautiful planet, and that in itself has been an enormous privilege and adventure."
Dear friend, life is brutally short; live a life of leisure. I don’t mean to say suddenly quit your job, but to enjoy every moment as if it were your last. Imagine you are stranded in a desert and you are dying from thirst. You see a stream of water, but it will only flow [...] The post Live a Life of Leisure appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tradition is a concept that’s prevalent throughout Grimm. Many wesen cultures boast of a heritage that runs all the way back to medieval times (if not older), and their naturally insular way of life means that many aspects of that tradition have survived even in our modern era. Show More Summary
Amazon launched its most expensive original series ever, The Man in the High Castle, via its streaming service Friday — meaning much of America will be spending the weekend imagining what life would have been like if the Nazis had won...Show More Summary
For the first year of my son’s life, we took him most places in a carrier, a front pack strapped to one of us. This was especially convenient when we lived in New York, where navigating the subway with a stroller was unthinkable and even just pushing it down the... More »
There’s a red dwarf about 35 light-years from here that’s spewing powerful, life crushing solar flares into space. These types of stellar objects are fairly common, leading to speculation that our galaxy is less habitable than we thought. Read more...
Technology is like family. You like the idea of it in your life -- more so if it means you don't have to speak to anyone face to face. Many of us sit behind computers all day, messaging and emailing, trying to maintain some semblance of contact with humanity. Show More Summary
[We interrupt our continuing coverage of terrorism, mayhem and rage — please see my story from Sunday on “soft targets” if you haven’t already — to bring you a blog item that asks a big question. This has been queued up for a couple of months, but I’ve been reluctant to publish it because it never quite […]
In most cases, Instagram is not real. By that I mean, at this point, it’s pretty widely understood that most people show only the most attractive versions of themselves and the best parts of their lives on Instagram. It’s a bit shallow and borderline sad but, everyone does it! Read more...
First of all, thank you, xoFriends–your packing advice was magnificent. A friend came to visit (and by "came to visit" I mean "came to save my life") and we put your tips to excellent use. We got an awful lot done in a short amount of time.Now, after two days spent driving and listening to... Continue reading
It’s been almost a month since thousands of users of Russell Simmons’ prepaid debit card, known as the RushCard, were left in the dark without access to their money. By left in the dark, we mean literally. Many people flooded social media with complaints of not being able to access money to pay light bills, rent, day care or even buy groceries.
“Ends are not bad things, they just mean that something else is about to begin. And there are many things that don’t really end, anyway, they just begin again in a new way. Ends are not bad and many ends aren’t really an ending; some things are never-ending.” – C. Joybell C. Wow, it’s been......