Category: Lifestyle

What’s the Best Way to Travel With a Dog?

If you’re planning a vacation, then you’ve probably already considered whether to bring the family pet along for the ride. The idea of bringing your furry friend along with you can be exciting and fun for the entire family if you plan it right and make the right kind of arrangements. However, failing to plan

How to Prepare for Divorce: 5 Tips for Coping

While the circumstances surrounding a separation may differ from person to person, divorces will often be both mentally and physically draining for couples who’re parting ways. During these difficult times, it is crucial that you focus on your own health and well-being to ensure that you’re able to navigate your day-to-day life more successfully and

5 Signs Your Teen Is Suffering from Addiction

As a parent, you want to keep your children from harm. Sometimes, being on the lookout for warning signs is the most important thing you can do. Know when your child’s behaviors have changed and you may be able to prevent a future of addiction and pain. Here are the five biggest warning signs to look out

What’s in a Pre-Roll?

For regular CBD hemp and marijuana smokers, a joint is half of a gram of the product of choice. This is the exact amount in a preroll. Depending on where you buy them, prerolls can contain CBD. Many people buy prerolls for the same reason that people buy prerolled cigarettes or marijuana joints; it is easier to just pull

5 Interesting Careers That’ll Keep You Learning Forever

Careers are typically a life-long commitment, and with life comes many, many lessons. It’s ideal to pick a career where you’ll always be challenged in ways to grow professionally and personally. Here are five interesting careers that will keep you learning forever: Law In a society where individuals, businesses and governments will always need legal advice and

What to Do When You Become a Loved One’s Caregiver

There are plenty of circumstances in which you could find yourself caring for a family member. A parent or grandparent is diagnosed with dementia, or your partner is diagnosed with cancer or Multiple Sclerosis. Whatever the circumstances, if you become a loved one’s caregiver, you’ll need to make a few changes. Here are the things

Simple Ways to Celebrate Advent

Advent is one of the most joyous seasons of the year as we prepare our hearts from the coming of Jesus. In the four weeks leading up to Christmas, Christians partake in worship, reflection, and scripture reading. With the chaos of shopping, wrapping and coordinating holiday parties, the season of Advent can get lost in

3 Quick Tips to Bridge the Generational Gap in Your Church

It can often be difficult for a church to reach and engage various generations. What works for the youth of the congregation can be deemed too far from tradition for its elders. In a similar fashion, the elder generations veer from modern technology and styles of worship. How can a church best reach its members

Signs Your Child Needs Therapy & How to Help

Being a parent can be tough. You might be worried about whether or not you’re making the right decisions for your kids, and while no parent is perfect, be sure not to miss these warning signs. If any of these behaviors seem familiar, it might be time to consider taking your child to a qualified

How to Become a Substance Abuse Counselor

In 2017, 12.5% of all adults in the United States had issues with both drug abuse and alcohol abuse. Over eight million Americans struggled with mental health issues, as well as substance abuse, during that same year. Studies show that the number of people who are dealing with substance abuse issues is on the rise. Over the

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