Category Archives: Lifestyle

The Left-Siders | Start With Why

This article is for the left-siders out there. They are the ones who lead us into the future. They are the ones who change the world. — Read on simonsinek.com/discover/the-left-siders/

Inflammation: The Holy Grail of Treating Chronic Disease?

Could inflammation be the root of preventable disease? — Read on harvardmagazine.com/2019/05/inflammation-disease-diet This is an enlightening article on how inflammation may be responsible for most of our modern chronic diseases. It also gives hints on how we can control inflammation through changes in diet and increased exercise. Definitely a worthwhile read.

Wealth concentration near ‘levels last seen during the Roaring Twenties,’ study finds | The Seattle Times

The shift is eroding security from families in the lower and middle classes, who rely on their small stores to finance retirement and to smooth over shocks like the loss… — Read on www.seattletimes.com/business/wealth-concentration-near-levels-last-seen-during-the-roaring-twenties-study-finds/

Climate change will shrink US economy and kill thousands, government report warns – CNN

At a time when many Americans are distracted on a long holiday weekend, the Trump administration released a federally mandated report on climate change that delivers a dire warning about climate change and its devastating impacts on the country’s health and economy. — Read on edition-m.cnn.com/2018/11/23/health/climate-change-report-bn/index.html

What Everyone Gets Wrong About the Homeless

Mark Anthony DiBello, a homeless man, tells about his experiences on the street and about the misconceptions people have about him and others like him. He said that most homeless are not there by choice, but by unfortunate circumstances. Some, like him, were once regular citizens and even have university degrees. Source: I Used to […]

Is the U.S. in an “Everything Bubble?”

The U.S. is experiencing one of the greatest wealth booms in history, but data is making it more clear that it is founded on unsustainable economic bubbles that appear ready to burst in the near future. Source: U.S. Household Wealth Is Experiencing An Unsustainable Bubble

Making Family Health and Wellness a Routine

The most effective way to impact your family’s health for the longterm is to establish healthy routines and habits. A great way to do this is to give yourself regular reminders to stay on course. I’ll be the first to admit that I’m not great at scheduling reminders on my calendar. I prefer physical, analog […]

What Happened to America’s Middle-class?

Alissa Quart, author of the new book, Squeezed: Why Our Families Can’t Afford America, suggests that America’s middle class is being wiped out by a cost of living that far outpaces salary increases.   A couple earning nearly $140,000 can’t make ends meet without taking after hours jobs? Tiny starter houses cost $680,000 and up? Highly educated […]

Community Rallies Behind Teen’s Hot Dog Stand for School Clothes

Minneapolis Officials Help Teen Get Permits for Hot Dog Stand How many times have we read about a story in which children tried to experiment with a lemon aid or hot dog stand that was closed down quickly and emotionlessly by cranky neighbors and overzealous city authorities? Sadly, it seems to happen a lot, making […]

Are We Rats in a Cage?

  Chris Martenson, Co-Founder of Peak Prosperity and author of “The Crash Course” provides us a science-based explanation for the apparent escalation in extremism and aggression around the globe, even in the US where we have always assumed that different ideas should not only be accepted but also celebrated as part of our diverse heritage […]