With the election of President Donald Trump and the loss of President-elect candidate Hillary Clinton, it was a tough election that split families apart and caused lifelong friends to stop talking to each other. The devastation of either side or … read more “What Is Your State Searching For Since The 2016 Election?”
Google Should Lessen Its Influence In The World
There is no doubt that Google has changed the world. We could talk about Microsoft or Apple or IBM or Intel or any other tech company that really paved the way for … read more “Why Google Should Lose Its Influence”
Stress and the workplace seem to go hand-in-hand, but how do the physical and emotional manifestations of stress contribute to workers’ mental wellbeing?
A new survey of over 2,000 American workers by Maestro Health, reveals the prevalence of workplace stress … read more “Mental Health Stigma In The Workplace”
Are you curious about paying a visit to a chiropractor? This is an area of practice that many people have questions about. These questions may involve whether or not a chiropractor can really help solve their issues. If you’ve ever … read more “How Do Chiropractors Do Their Job?”
One of the hardest parts of paying a contractor to paint your home is knowing if the results have been worth it. Just like builders and electricians, it can take a while for any problems to become apparent, and you … read more “How to Tell If Your House Painter Has Done a Good Job”
Being Lucky Is Not the Only Way to Win Bingo Games
According to experts, bingo is a game of luck that has been played by people all over the world. It has been around for many centuries as well and … read more “Secret To Winning Bingo Games”
Women Entrepreneurs In The City
In recent years, the rate of women entrepreneurs has been growing at a percentage of at least double that of their male counterparts.
Last year, an estimated 163 million women were starting or running new … read more “Top Cities For Female Entrepreneurs [Interactive Infographic]”
Millennial Attitudes Towards Aging, Retirement, and Shared Future
New data shows millennial attitudes about aging, retirement and our shared future. Known as the “me” generation, millennials are often hard to predict. So predicting how millennials will deal with saving for … read more “Millennials & Aging [Infographic]”