January is National Human Trafficking Awareness Month and January 11 is Human Trafficking Awareness Day. It’s never too early to have meaningful dialogues with your children and teens about the issue of child abuse and sex traffic recruitment, an epidemic in America. The media reports stories about sex trafficking sting operations involving minors every day. And the statistics are staggering as seen in the attached (new) Infographic, produced by Selah Freedom, the largest, national organization
Whether you regularly participate in Iron Man competitions, hit the gym a few times a week, or take a jog through the park every couple months, it’s definitely no secret that being committed to a healthy lifestyle isn’t easy. Getting and staying healthy and fit takes drive, determination, and commitment to better yourself and your lifestyle. Though it isn’t easy, it makes it that much more rewarding when you reach the goals you’ve laid out for yourself. Just like getting fit, getting
While deep cleaning is often associated with the springtime, every person knows how easy it is for a home to get messy. From dirt that is tracked into the home on shoes to the clutter that accumulates on countertops, it seems like cleaning always needs to be done. Why is cleaning important? A study by ApartmentGuide found that 66% of Americans said that a dirty home makes them feel stressed or anxious. In addition to this, they cited clutter as the most annoying mess to have in the home.
Check out this guide to find out how to make a wedding guest list planning a breeze. Creating a Budget-Friendly Guest List In the US, the average wedding consists of around 167 guests and the cost-per-head can be anywhere between $91 – 365. What’s more, the number of guests you invite to your wedding can affect the cost of many different aspects of the day. As such, weddings with a large guest list can get expensive fast. Culling your guest list is often the most effective way of
As a new or expecting parent, your things can quickly become overwhelming. You have doctor’s appointments to set, events to plan, preparations to make at work, and of course, so much to buy. Between health care costs and baby clothes and supplies, it’s no surprise the average cost to raise a child is a whopping $233,610. That’s why it’s important for new and expectant parents to take time to plan their finances around a new child. Doing so ensures a successful financial future and helps