Category Archives: Tips and Help

Tips on Caring for Aging Parents

Nobody wants to think about their parents getting older. After all, these are the individuals who have cherished for you for most of your life. It can be odd for a lot of people to grasp this role reversal, not just for the parents but also for the children. Despite this, you are going to read more »

Use Credit Cards to Save on Holiday Shopping

The 2015 holiday shopping season is upon us, and that usually means one thing: Huge credit card bills come January. It seems that every year, consumers proclaim that this will be the year that they don’t overspend, or that they will use cash only, but inevitably for most of us, January brings with it a read more »

Make a Great Escape with a Specialty Room for You

(Family Features) It has been said that distance makes the heart grow fonder. When the demands of life make it tough to get away, you can actually find your escape closer to home – right in your home, even – by carving out a corner to create a retreat just for you. A room dedicated read more »

Must-Do’s For Outstanding Essay Writing

In your college courses, you’ll likely be graded in many ways: on tests, papers, and class participation. High school education continues to move away from tests with one word answers and towards students having to come up with paragraph or even full essay answers. If you’re struggling with writing papers, here are 5 tips will read more »

How to improve your writing quickly A to Z guide

Need help with your writing? You’ve come to the right place. Here are few tips guides that are sure to help you find the information you need to help get your writing back on track and your ideas clearly transferred from thoughts to ink. Shall we begin?             We all read more »

The Workday Workout: Seven Fitness Tips for the Office

Between work and other responsibilities, it can be tough to find time to exercise  every day. Here, fitness, nutrition, and weight loss expert Warren Honeycutt  lists some quick, practical workouts that you can do at the office.           Memphis, TN (June 2015)—Most of us don’t think of the workday as a time read more »

Managing Your Family’s Finances: Tips and Tricks to Track Your Pennies

Keeping track of your family’s finances is a huge, time-consuming and complicated job. Not only do you have to (usually) keep track of multiple incomes, you have to keep track of multiple spenders, all spending from (often) a single familial account. When your parents did this, it was relatively easy because, typically, there was only read more »

3 Steps to Removing Stress

1. Don’t jump to conclusions. In fact, your premature conclusions can really stress you out … like they did for one lady on a boiling hot August afternoon in Arizona. True story.   As a security guard was walking around the parking lot, he was stunned to see a driver in a parked car, with the read more »