STRESS!!! We all could probably raise our hands and say that we have it and know that it is not a good thing. Did you know that 1/3 of Americans believe they are living with extreme stress- and most feel it’s taking a toll on their home and work life! That’s horrible, but what can we do about it?!?!
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List compiled by Diane Osborne. Continue reading
We all enjoy apps that help us in our everyday life.
We found a handful that you might be interested in adding to your collection.
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When people think of March, they think of St. Patrick’s Day and Spring. We also think of color because we have just made it through the winter months and spring is on its way. That is why in 2011, Eleyne-Mari founded March as National Color Therapy Month during the month of March. Her motto is, “Change your Colors…and you change your World!” Continue reading
January is here and that means we get a chance to start the year with a clean slate. We make resolutions or promises to have a better year. Well what about a more organized year? January, by the way, is “Get Organized Month.” Did you know that research shows that people waste as much as an hour a day, on average, looking for things they’ve misplaced? That boils down to as much as 15 days every year because of disorganization. Continue reading
December is the time for snow,
hot chocolate, blankets,
and snuggling up with your favorite holiday books.
I found some wonderful books for this season that you
may not have heard of before. Continue reading
I Love to Write Day was created in 2002 by Delaware-based author, John Riddle. Riddle has been writing for the past thirty years and has written a total of 34 books so far. When asked why he decided to create a day dedicated to the love he and many other people have for writing, he said, “My goal for I Love To Write Day is to have people of all ages spend time writing. They can write a poem, a love letter, a greeting card, an essay, a short story, start a novel, finish a novel…the possibilities are endless.” Continue reading
Microform has been in existence since 1839, but it was not used commercially until the 1920’s. The first everyday use of commercial microfilm was developed by a New York City banker, George McCarthy. He was given a patent in 1925 for his Checkograph machine, which created permanent film copies of all bank records. In 1928, Eastman Kodak bought McCarthy’s invention and began to market it under Kodak’s Recordak Division. Continue reading
This week we are celebrating, “Great Books Week.” In doing my research, I could not find an official proclamation, but I did find out that for at least a few years, The National Association of Independent Writers and Editors celebrated this week. It’s a chance to take a break from the best sellers and your typical “reads” and get back to the classics. Continue reading