Archives for February, 2016

Spring Reads

Perfect for 20s, 30s and anyone interested in launching or being included in a start-up, The Hustle Economy: Transforming Your Creativity Into a Career gives great advice on how to survive the “gig economy” and live a freelance creative life. With a collection of contributors, team Jessica Hagy and Jason Oberhotlzer has gathered insightful information for people making a living …

Give Your Home Decor a Facelift This Spring

Is your home feeling the blues? Is it ready for a bit of a facelift? Then maybe it’s time for a Spring mini-makeover with a splash of bold gold and a dash of pick-me-up pink (two of the hot colors for 2016). Executing a home makeover may sound overwhelming and expensive, but with a little creativity it doesn’t have to …

How to Respond to the Temper Tantrum

From Toddlerhood to the Teenage Years – By Lauren Douglass Emotions are expressed in different ways as children age. Finding a way to help your child manage their “big” feelings can sometimes be a challenging experience.Toddlers may use hitting or screaming, adolescents might act out or teenagers could turn to destructive behaviors in order to express their internal environment. As …

Are you a Tech Widow?

AUTHOR: Casey Adolfsson If you haven’t heard the term yet, well, that’s because it’s pretty new. But as someone who has lost their family’s conversational connection to the pings and tweets of the devices we all use every day, the struggle is real! You might be able to relate and maybe you would like to make a change. Follow along …