Since my college experience began, I have met people from all over the nation and from many different backgrounds. Along with this, I have experienced plenty of the awkward moments that are bound to happen when people with different backgrounds meet. This was the case just a few weeks ago when two of my closest… Read more »
I recently spent the weekend at my parents’ home in Salt Lake City, Utah. While I was in their backyard visiting with my sisters and my nieces, I noticed that the lawn was absolutely covered in peaches. I thought about this delicious little fruit that is so often overshadowed by your typical apples and oranges,… Read more »
In my last post we talked about little things you can to do prepare your college student in case of an emergency. (We touched on everything from car problems to date dilemmas). In this post, we are going to take a look at back-to-school time for elementary-age students. We’ll focus on ways to make this… Read more »
Imagine having to choose between the following: keeping the heat turned on in the dead of winter, having a roof over your head, or putting the only meal your family will have for the day on the table.
The cost of food has been rising dramatically over the last year and while the obvious doesn’t need to be pointed out, a voice of warning needs to be raised so we can understand the contributing factors to the problem. By becoming aware of the different “levers” that affect the price of food, one can… Read more »