This one thing is very doable and very powerful, as brain research has shown. — Read on www.inc.com/scott-mautz/harvard-mit-study-says-doing-1-simple-thing-is-almost-magical-for-your-childs-brain-development-success.html
(Bloomberg Opinion) — A hallmark of the U.S. economy’s record expansion has been steady growth in employment. Judging from the jobless rate, in fact, the labor market is the best it’s been in half a century. But what is missing in the focus on the numbers is a severe and troubling deterioration in the — Read on finance.yahoo.com/news/jobs-market-isnt-healthy-seems-120052383.html
Are tiny rental apartments the future for the growing number of single and double occupancy households? You might be surprised to learn that the tiniest apartments aren’t found in a mega metropolis like New York, but in a small midwestern town. — Read on finance.yahoo.com/news/ferrelview-missouri-this-village-is-home-to-the-tiniest-apartments-in-the-us-181838974.html
My family welcomed a pure-bred Toy Poodle puppy to our home in 2011. He was so tiny, but brought with him an unforeseen financial burden until he passed away from health issues last year. A healthy dog will require significant lifelong expenses, but one in poor health, like ours, will increase costs dramatically. For instance, […]
We haven’t seen anything like this since the Great Depression of the 1930s. — Read on www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-08-13/average-us-farm-13-million-debt-and-now-worst-farming-crisis-modern-history-upon-us
Learn about the history of this type of American intentional community, which focuses on sustainability and meshing people on a small scale. — Read on www.motherearthnews.com/homesteading-and-livestock/contemporary-ecovillage-ze0z1905zsta
The research is clear. You can improve your physical and mental health by thinking this more frequently. — Read on www.inc.com/geoffrey-james/neuroscience-says-your-body-mind-get-stronger-when-you-focus-on-this-one-thingdraft-1562273865.html
For years we’ve heard how bad plastics are for the environment supported by countless stories of landfills overflowing with plastics, deadly toxins and hormonal disruptors, and a huge floating island of plastic trash in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. And now the plastic industry wants to build houses out of the stuff? Is it time to break out the picket signs and start protesting? Not so fast. Apparently, these aren’t your grandfather’s plastics anymore. According the American Chemistry Council, modern plastic building materials are much safer and efficient than their ancestors. The Plastics Make It Possible campaign built an experimental 200-foot tiny house to demonstrate the many benefits of building with modern plastic materials, many already used in housing construction today.