Creative Ways to Get Your Home Ready for Christmas

The year 2020 has been a roller coaster a lot of people can’t wait to get off of. Luckily, the Christmas season is right around the corner, giving us all a much-needed reason to celebrate before bidding the year adieu. But with all the craziness that happened this year, it can feel like the holiday season snuck up on you and your home still isn’t prepared. Below, we share creative … Read more

Best Ways to Find Freelance Work During the Pandemic

The pandemic forced millions of Americans out of their jobs. In the past year, freelancing site Upwork said that more than two million Americans started to do freelance work. That’s an increase that pushed the proportion of the workforce that does freelance to 36%. In 2019, out of the 57 million Americans who do freelance work, 60% was because of choice and not a necessity. That number will change because … Read more

What to Give a Friend Who’s a Newbie in Outdoor Activities

If you’re a nature-lover who once had no idea what outdoor activities were like, your friend who’s only starting out with the wild outdoorsy life is probably just as clueless as you were back then. After all, researching can only get you so far, as experience is always the best teacher in outdoor activities. Before their first excursion in nature, help them gear up by giving them the essential and … Read more

Home-buying Guide for People With an Active Lifestyle

When you have an active lifestyle, finding a place to live isn’t hard, because you’re most likely down for anything, from the RV life to dwelling in a fine real estate property. But if you’re buying a home to start a family in, or just to generally improve the quality of your life, a number of things will matter in choosing a new place. First and foremost, you have to … Read more

How to Make Your Business More Eco-Friendly

Climate change and its effects are real. Science proves it. Decades of air pollution has caused excessive amounts of greenhouse gases to be trapped in the Earth’s atmosphere, leading to a variety of extreme weather events. According to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s (NASA) climate change page, its observable effects include sinking glaciers, intensified heatwaves and accelerated rise in sea levels across the globe. The damage and costs of … Read more

A Quick Guide for Culinary Adventures with Woodfires

The cold months are coming, and you may be beginning to yearn for cozy nights next to roaring fires while you cradle a cup of hut cider in your hands. As rustic as this image seems, you can take your fireside daydreams one step further. Have you ever tried cooking over a woodfire outdoors? Woodfire cooking is a tradition as old as America itself, practiced by both the Native Americans … Read more

How to Improve the Energy Efficiency of Your Home

The holiday season is almost here, bringing the harsh cold of winter with it. In a few weeks, you won’t just be worrying about sending out gifts and preparing your Christmas feast, you’ll also be worrying about your bills. You use more power than usual to heat your home during the winter months. As such, you can expect your energy bills to spike. After all, more than half of your … Read more

How Nursing Homes Can Increase an Elderly’s Comfort and Well-being

Some people are hesitant to move their senior parents into a nursing home, afraid that the facility will make them uncomfortable and even lonelier. But a study found that seniors in nursing homes are actually happier and more satisfied with their lives. However, that’s because they’ve been empowered to influence their surroundings. Hence, if you didn’t carefully choose a nursing home for your parent, there’s a chance that they’d end … Read more