Monthly Archives: February 2014
If you haven’t done so already, taxes will be due before you know it! Here are some helpful resources to assist you in preparing: 1) Bonnie Lee of Fox Business outlines 5 tips for preparing for taxes this year. 2) … Continue reading
A complex autoimmune disease, lupus proves difficult not just to treat, but even to diagnose. The Alliance for Lupus Research (ALR) maintains a dedication to funding research efforts conducted by the brightest minds in science in the hope of a … Continue reading
Today we are celebrating President’s Day, though it is known to be George Washington’s birthday, we can celebrate all our presidents and their guiding wisdom throughout the years. So, if you have the day off and are looking for something … Continue reading
Seems like the cold weather makes a warm cup of soup more appetizing. Pass the Chicken Noodle!
A few years ago, this YouTube video was shared with me for the very first time. It had quite an impact on me back then, just as it does today. Take the time to watch this short 3 minute video … Continue reading
As the American South struggles with unusually cold weather, the Salvation Army has teamed with other organizations to deliver comfort to people in need. Many of the cities that have received snow this winter do not even have snowplows because … Continue reading
And don’t be afraid to fail.