Read About Some of the Country’s Weirdest, Wackiest Museums


• April 7, 2015 • Comments are off for this post

While the Smithsonian is fascinating, and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is always a sight to see, some lesser-known American museums are just as interesting—if a bit weirder! If you have a flair for all things out of the ordinary, these unique museums are worth a visit. 1) International Cryptozoology Museum Cryptozoology is… Read more »

• March 3, 2015 • Comments are off for this post

Now that the weather is getting chilly, warm, cozy sweaters are an essential wardrobe staple. Unfortunately, months in storage or an accidental snag can inflict some major damage on the delicate weave of your favorite pullover. Instead of tossing it into the donation pile, mend that hole in your sweater with one of these simple… Read more »

• February 10, 2015 • Comments are off for this post

Dietary fiber plays an integral role in regulating digestion and flushing toxins from your system. It is especially important if your are looking for ways to lose weight or maintain your current healthy weight. Finding ways to include more fiber into your diet is easy if you know which foods supply the most of this… Read more »

• February 4, 2015 • Comments are off for this post

Water is the main chemical component in your body, and all of your organs rely on it to function properly. It also improves the quality of your skin and hair and carries essential nutrition to cells. Despite water’s obvious health benefits, most people don’t drink enough of it throughout the day. Here are a few… Read more »

• January 6, 2015 • Comments are off for this post

When you have a rough day at work, it can really put a damper on your confidence and affect your performance because of it. Negative thoughts are things that all people have to deal with, no matter your profession, but there is a way to manage them and improve your mood in the process. Here… Read more »

• December 2, 2014 • Comments are off for this post

From frosted cupcakes to hearty bread, baking is a fun and delicious way to make treats for yourself or your friends and family. If you love baking or want to improve your skills, these apps for aspiring bakers can help. Baking with Dorie! Beloved American baker Dorie Greenspan teaches one-on-one baking lessons via this beautiful… Read more »

• November 4, 2014 • Comments are off for this post

Grains can be found in the form of rice, polenta, quinoa or a number of other increasingly popular forms. Dieters are beginning to notice the boundless energy supplied by these nutritious and tasty foods, and there are a variety of unique ways to get your daily dose of grains. If you’re looking for new and… Read more »

• October 7, 2014 • Comments are off for this post

Having good penmanship is an invaluable life skill, and even if it’s been decades since you first learned to write in cursive, it’s something that you can always try to improve. Here are a few helpful tips to help you improve you handwriting or teach your children the proper way to write. Point out the… Read more »

• September 4, 2014 • Comments are off for this post

Many windowsill herb gardens include zesty, sweet-smelling mint because it’s one of the easiest plants to grow. Once your planters are overflowing with the leafy green plants, however, it can be difficult to find use for all of that fresh mint. Here are three smart ways to make the most out of mint in and… Read more »

• August 5, 2014 • Comments are off for this post

Dairy products are usually cited as the main food sources of calcium, which can be difficult for those who are lactose intolerant, vegan, or simply dislike dairy. Luckily there are a number of non-dairy sources of calcium that aren’t as well known, and many of them are quite surprising. Here are a few of the… Read more »